Hay Wood

Visitor information

Located near Baddesley Clinton, escape to Hay Wood for your next forest adventure

Whether walking or riding, Hay Wood is the perfect place to get away from it all and relax.

As a peaceful ancient woodland site there is a great diversity of wildlife to look out for; foxgloves, bluebells, birds, butterflies, rabbits and Muntjac deer are just a few you could encounter.


At a glance 

  • Walking 
  • Horse riding 
  • Dogs welcome 

Things to do

Explore the stunning scenery of Hay Wood on horseback.

A bridleway runs through the centre of Hay Wood. They are waymarked via Warwickshire County Council's Bridleway Disks. We...

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

Hay Wood has a range of public paths that are ideal for...

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Bluebells in the forest

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Bluebells in a forest

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Sun shining through trees with bracken and grass covered in dew

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