Come for a great day out in the woods! You can walk, cycle, play or have a picnic in these lovely woods. Experience life in the trees with Go Ape, take a relaxing break in our café and finish your visit with a quiet stroll in one of the more remote parts of the forest.
Our telephone number has changed. To contact the Alice Holt Office please dial 0300 067 4448.
Our Gruffalo's Child Trail has now finished but our Gruffalo sculpture is still on site.
The sculpture is located on the Easy Access Discovery Trail. Maps showing the trail and sculpture location are available from the Cafe and car parks.
The Cafe on the Green has a range of Gruffalo merchandise on sale (subject to availability).
Calling all Tree Tots and Mini Rangers!
Our friends at Wild Learning are offering exciting activity sessions for younger children in the forest followed by stories, crafts and refreshments.
Tree Tots sessions are for toddlers aged 14 months - 2 1/2 years (with a carer) on Mondays at 10:30am.
Mini Rangers sessions are for pre-schoolers aged 2 1/2 years - 4 years (with a carer) on Mondays at 1pm.
For more information and to book visit www.wild-learning.net
Cycling at Alice Holt
Our new cycle hire provider is on site with a range of adult and children's bikes available.
The Cycle Centre is open 7 days a week from 9am till 4pm (closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day). For further information call 01420 521297 or visit their website.
'Cycling for All' groups will continue to be supported by volunteers.
Construction in 2015
This year will be a busy one as we start construction of a purpose built cafe and new cycling facilities, which should be open for business towards the end of 2015.
The cafe will be located on the meadow adjacent to the Visitor Centre building and will be much bigger than the existing one.
Larger cycling premises will be developed in the yard area next to the all ability cycle trail.
We will keep you updated here and on our Facebook page.
Cosmos has landed!
We'd love to hear what you think of our brand new sculpture from Semiconductor, which is located on the Family Cycle Trail at the Rowledge end of the forest.
Find out more here.