Discover the great outdoors at King's Forest
Located near Bury St Edmunds, King's Forest was named to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary.
Along with being home to fallow deer, the chalky soil supports a prolific flower population including Wild Thyme, Bird's Foot Trefoil and numerous butterflies, such as Dingy Skipper and Brown Argus - a joy for any nature lover at any time of the year.
Bin free at King's Forest
King's Forest has now gone bin free. Please tidy up after yourself and take all litter away with you. To reduce waste and prevent forest fires, please do not bring any barbeques into the forest.
Throughout the year King's Forest hosts various recreational events. Please take note of any marshals or safety signage in place during your visit.
At a glance
- Horse riding
- Dogs welcome