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

Opening hours

Hagg Wood offers 24 hour access, 365 days a year. 

How to find us

How to find us

Entry to Hagg Wood is via Public Rights of Way.

By Car

Take the A1079 (Hull Road) from York. After crossing the A64 eastern by-pass take a left (north) turn signed Dunnington. On entering the village along Common Road take a right turn and then bear right on to Intake Lane.


OS Grid Ref

53.966530463605, -0.95651035449219

Parking and prices

There is no public car park on Intake Lane. Please be courteous to local residents and do not block gateways or obstruct the highway. Access is needed at all times.

Additional information

Number of accessible parking spaces: 0

Try our easy access trails page to find accessible parking near you.

Contact details

Landline Number
0300 067 4300

Found to the east of Dunnington, York, Hagg Wood has plenty of wonderful wildlife and flowers for you to discover

Home to foxes, deer, badgers and many woodland birds, Hagg Wood provides the perfect woodland visit for any wildlife enthusiast! At different times of the year you can hear the call of woodpeckers, wood pigeons and cuckoos. 

It's also a great place to spot bluebells in spring, as well as primroses, yellow pimpernel, wood anemone and dog violets, which you'll find growing along the woodland rides and clearings.

Hagg Wood has an interesting ancient history. In the Domesday Book of 1086 it was recorded as woodland pasture. It supported livestock and the woodland floor was covered in grassland. The wood has been managed for a variety of products, according to the needs of the time, including timber for building, forage for animals and shelter for game. After being heavily felled for timber during the Second World War it was replanted by Forestry England in the 1950s.

We now manage the wood in consultation with the Friends of Hagg Wood. The long-term objective is to restore the wood as native semi-natural woodland, including oak and other broad-leaved trees and native woodland shrubs, as well as maintaining some of the larger conifers. 

At a glance

  • Walking trails 
  • Beautiful flower displays 
  • Dogs welcome 
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