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Opening hours
How to find us
Parking & prices
Facilities & access
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Opening hours

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

How to find us

How to find us
Hay Wood , Haywood Ln, Warwick
Sat Nav Postcode: CV35 7DD
By Car

From Warwick take the Birmingham Road through Hatton and onto the Five Ways traffic island where you turn left towards Shrewley and immediately right into Case Lane. After 1 mile turn right into Quarry Lane and the entrance to Hay Wood is 1 mile on your right. , From Knowle take the A4141 Warwick Road, go through Chadwick End and in half a mile you will come to Baddesley Clinton where you turn right into Rising Lane. After half a mile turn left into Haywood Lane and the entrance is another mile on the left. 

OS Grid Ref
SP 205 707

52.334258083125, -1.6993728797542

Parking and prices

There are no parking charges at Hay Wood. 

Additional information

Number of accessible parking spaces: 0

There are no designated accessible parking spaces at this forest, have you seen our Easy Access trails page?

Facilities and access

Dogs allowed

Contact details

Activities at Hay Wood

Ladies riding on Horses through the woodlands
Horse riding at Hay Wood
Walking family
Walking at Hay Wood

Nearby forests

Bluebells in the forest

Oversley Wood is bursting with wonderful wildflowers. In spring, discover a carpet of bluebells that cover the woodland floor and in autumn, take in the rich colour of the ancient trees, it's a treat for your eyes throughout the year! Interesting flora can also be found along the wide paths and there is an ancient coppice in the heart of the wood, making for a great wildlife spot.

Overgrown beech woodland

Arley Wood provides a quiet setting for a pleasant woodland walk in the Warwickshire countryside. 

The wood is part of a PAWS (planted ancient woodland site) restoration project, which means that it will become a native broadleaf woodland once again.

River severn

Visit Shrawley Wood to see a spectacular display of bluebells in April and May.

Sun shining through trees with bracken and grass covered in dew

Planted in 2002, this community woodland is the perfect spot for a family walk, a burst of exercise and even a picnic.

Seale Wood will become a working coppice woodland, with a goal to encourage the development of a local timber industry. 


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