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Well maintained paths (only have done in dry) and good signage. Not much to do outside of walking in the woods so don't be expecting an adventure day. If cycling I would say only for mountain bikes, I would not even take a hybrid there....More
The woods is vast and spent ages walking around marvelling at the amazing trees. However the lack of dog poo bins was terrible, we actually didn’t see one until we came back to the car park. The car park was also not well signed from...More
We took some friends to Kings Wood on a very hot day, thinking we would take them round the sculpture trail. It was fabulous to be in the woods on a hot day, and pretty much the whole walk was in shade, which was excellent....More
What a gorgeous place to take a walk - we did a nice 4 miler around the circuit. Carpet of bluebells - lovely!
Lovely place to amble around and lots to see - loads of wildlife.
Would highly recommend BUT avoid the Halfway House nearby...More
I went up to Kings wood today with our new dog, I haven't been up for several years but thought he'd like the change. There are many routes that avoid the main sculpture trail so there's no need to take the dog on it and...More
We stopped here to meet up with relatives and to break up a long drive. It is a pleasant enough place to let the kids run around a bit. A warning though: if you are coming from an area of the country without Lyme disease...More
Used to come here when our son was small, now we visit to bring the dog and whether it's children or dogs these woods are well worth a visit. Free parking and lots of different trails to follow. I'm so grateful we still have such...More