Sneaton Forest is a true mixture of new and old. The larger part of the forest to the south is principally a conifer plantation of the 1960's while the northern area is chiefly old broadleaved woodland among steep valleys.
Main interest lies in the old woodland, Falling Foss, a spectacular waterfall after rain, The Hermitage, a huge boulder hollowed out to form a shelter in the 1700's, and Maybeck Picnic Place.
The Moors to Sea Cycle Route crosses through Sneaton Forest.
What do other visitors say?
5 Starsmaggie, 15/Sep/2014
Prob best to do it yourself Sue,sounds like you def know what you're talking about
Forestry Commission Response
The Forestry Commission are not clear where this pond is or whether it is on Forestry Commission land but we will investigate the matter. Many thanks.