Activities at Beechenhurst

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Activities at Beechenhurst

Large stained glass window hanging from the trees
Arts - The Forest of Dean Sculpture trail at Beechenhurst
An assortment of wooden play features within a forest
Beechenhurst play area
Family cycling over bride
Colliers trail at Beechenhurst
boy interacting with a Gruffalo activity panel
Gruffalo Party Trail at Beechenhurst
Family walking through a forest pointing at artwork in the trees
Walking trails at Beechenhurst
Trees backlit by sunset
Arts - Soundwalk
group of ladies on mountain bikes in a forest
Breeze into the Forest in the Forest of Dean
Woman and child in harnesses on adventure climbing trail
Go Ape Tree Top Adventure at Beechenhurst
A child on the Go Ape Tree Top Adventure Plus at Moors Valley
Go Ape Tree Top Adventure Plus at Beechenhurst
Family sitting on a picnic rug enjoying some food
Picnics and barbecues at Beechenhurst

Nearby forests

A wooden boardwalk stretches over the water at Cannop Ponds. Blue sky with white fluffy clouds.

Cannop Ponds are two reservoirs within the Forest of Dean, originally created in 1820s to supply a waterwheel at Parkend Ironworks.

Today, they are used for fishing by the Yorkley...

Lakeside view at Mallards Pike

There is something for everyone at this beautiful lakeside setting.

Adrenaline seekers can challenge themselves at Go Ape Tree Top Challenge. For those with energy left to burn...

View from Symonds Yat Rock in spring

Discover the ancient hill fort, spot birds of prey and enjoy a snack from the log cabin cafe.

There are waymarked trails linking to the River Wye and over the famous Biblins Bridge...

Family paddling in a brook

Wenchford is a beautiful spot nestled deep within the forest with plenty of picnic tables and an easy access path.

Blackpool Brook trickles through the site under the dappled shade...

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