Visitor information
Opening hours
How to find us
Parking & prices
Facilities & access
Contact details

Opening hours

Broxa is open from dawn to dusk.

How to find us

How to find us

Broxa is located approximately five miles north west of Scarborough.

Hackness, Scarborough
Sat Nav Postcode: YO13 0JT
By Car

Follow the signs from the A171 in Burniston marked 'Forest Drive'. This leads out of Burniston to the very top of the plateau. At the 'T' junction at the hill top turn right. Continue along this road, signed 'Harwood Dale', for a little over a mile to reach the forest.

OS Grid Ref
SE952938

54.330896, -0.53752533

Parking and prices

Parking is located at Reasty Hill Top.

Additional information

Number of accessible parking spaces: 0

Facilities and access

Assistant dogs welcome
Dogs allowed

Contact details

Landline Number
0300 067 4300

Explore the sights and sounds of Broxa, near Scarborough

Consisting of pine and conifers, come and see Broxa's many unusual tree species and keep your eyes peeled for its summer population of nightjars; a nocturnal bird from Africa.

The Moors to Sea Cycle Route passes through the forest, taking in the views at Reasty Hill Top.

The Blue Man Walk also passes through the forest connecting Broxa with Langdale.

At a glance

  • Walking trails
  • Cycling
  • Dog walking
  • Picnic area

Things to do

Cycling is a fantastic way to explore Broxa and soak up the beautiful scenery.

The Moors to Sea Cycle Route passes through the forest, taking in the views at Reasty Hill Top.

Enjoy a tasty treat in the forest at Broxa. Just bring along good food and company!

To prevent forest fires and reduce waste, please do not bring any barbecues into our forests.

Walking in the woodland is the perfect way to get some fresh air and explore some of the area's most beautiful landscapes.

Broxa has a range of paths that run through the woodland. The Blue Man Walk also passes through the forest connecting Broxa with Langdale.

Nearby forests

Sneaton Forest trees

Sneaton Forest is a true mixture of new and old.

The larger part of the forest to the south is principally made up of confiers planted in 1960s, while the northern area is old broad-leaved woodland among steep valleys. 

Within Sneaton Forest you can also find Falling Foss, a spectacular waterfall, the Hermitage, a huge boulder hollowed out to form a shelter in the 1700s and Maybeck Picnic Place.

Dalby - Adderstone Rigg

Home to over 8,500 acres of breath-taking views, endless walking, running and cycle trails and Gruffalo adventures, a great day out awaits at Dalby Forest.

Green rolling hills in the countryside with blue skies

Nestled halfway up the slopes of the Cleveland Hills, Clay Bank is a great base for walkers, hikers and view seekers alike.

Clay Bank offers you easy access to the Cleveland Way, Yorkshire's famous 109 mile long trail that stretches from the dramatic coastline to the beautiful heather moorland. 

Don't miss out on the panoramic views that stretch to Kildale, Roseberry Topping, Teesside. 

Green rolling hills in the countryside with blue skies

Found on the edge of Middlesbrough, Gribdale Gate car park provides a great starting point for a network of paths and trails. 

Follow the long-distance Cleveland Way footpath and adventure into Coate Moor, a forest haven just waiting to be explored. If you want to venture further afield, the trail runs up to the historic Captain Cook's monument. The steep climbs are definitely worth it for the unparalleled views across the Cleveland Hills!

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