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Explore Dymock Woods
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Wild Daffodil

An Ancient Woodland Site of 506 hectares (1214 acres) approximately half of this area is conifer, mainly Norway Spruce and Douglas Fir.

The remainder of the wood comprises broad-leaved trees, largely Oak and Beech.

The woods are noted for their show of spring flowers, in particular the Wild Daffodils.

The whole area is home to a variety of plants and animals, both common and rare. Particularly rich in fauna and flora are the Nature reserves within the woods, namely the SSSI and ASNW (Ancient Semi-natural Woodland).

What do other visitors say?

I want to know accessing the woods by car is there a car park near by or is it safe to leave the car on a road or village

Sam Pratten, 6/Apr/2015

There is a car park by Kempley and another free car park by Ross Golf Club at the other end of the road. You can park in Forestry Commission laybys but please DO NOT block gates/entrances.

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What's Here?

  • Horse riding
  • Picnic
  • Walking

Location

OS Grid ref: SO678284

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Contact

West England District
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0300 067 4800
westengland@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk
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