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Explore Wombwell Wood
(Average user rating: 4 unrated 3.2/5)

This ancient semi-natural broadleaf woodland provides the ideal habitat for a huge variety of wildlife species, and is the ideal spot for a great family day out.

Wonder through the woods on a variety of paths and pay a visit to the newly opened Upper Woodhead area.

The site is home to a rich diversity of wildlife including skylarks, meadow pipits, woodpeckers and kestrels. Carpets of bluebells can be seen in the spring.

 

What do other visitors say?

Can you camp in a tent here

Anonymous, 7/May/2018

Camping is not allowed.

Forestry Commission Response

I have enjoyed my happy times in Wombwell woods as a child also watching anglers fishing

Anonymous, 14/Mar/2018
4 Stars 4 Stars

I can understand the decision to close the carpark as the littering had become a real eyesore. On a positive note the local tidy team now go to the woods once a month on the third saturday every month between 10am and 12 and anyone can come along and help tidy the woods, its really good fun and feels very rewarding so far over 160 black bags of rubbish and plenty of large items have been removed making it a lovely place to be again. :)

aj, 24/Feb/2018
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Last updated: 22nd May 2018

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