Wyre Forest

Visit one of the largest ancient lowland coppice oak woodlands in England.

The 549 hectare reserve is a mosaic of woodland, grassland meadows, old orchards and areas of scrub. 

It is home to England’s largest colony of Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterflies. In recent years, 33 types of butterfly and over 1,150 types of moth have been recorded.

The forest itself offers an outdoor adventure for everyone, including our four legged friends. There are three way-marked walking trails, cycling trails, horse riding, orienteering, Nordic walking and a Go Ape high rope activity all available.

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