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Leigh Woods remains closed. The car park will remain closed throughout May with a view to opening again in June.
Visitor information
Opening hours
How to find us
Parking & prices
Facilities & access
Contact details

Opening hours

Open every day.  


Main car park 7am - 9pm
Main car park 7am - 9pm
Main car park 7am - 9pm
Main car park 7am - 9pm
Main car park 7am - 9pm


Main car park 7am - 9pm
Main car park 7am - 9pm

How to find us

How to find us

We ask that visitors travel to Leigh Woods by public transport, bike or by foot when possible. For those who need to travel by car we kindly ask that you car share.

By Bike - A link, 41, runs through the site to the National Cycle Network Route 4 along the River Avon. Bike parking is available in our car park. 

Abbots Leigh, Bristol
Sat Nav Postcode: BS83QB
By Car

Leigh Woods has a small car park with limited space. 

From the M5 take junction 19 and follow the A369 towards Bristol. After passing through Abbots Leigh you will find the site signposted on the left hand side

By Public Transport

By Bus - The following service runs past the woodland entrance: X3. X3a, X4, from Bristol to Portishead.


OS Grid Ref

51.4629956, -2.6412904

Parking and prices

Coaches/Minibuses charges

It is free to park at Leigh Woods.  

Facilities and access

Leigh Woods Coffee Co. are now on site every weekend and school holidays, serving a range of delicious hot drinks and snacks.

For more details visit their facebook page

Dogs allowed
Easy access trail
Picnic area

Contact details

Activities at Leigh Woods

Pedal Progression
Pedal Progression at Leigh Woods
Group having picnic forest of dean
Picnics at Leigh Woods
Man walking dog along woodland trail
Walking trails at Leigh Woods
biking in Fineshade Woods
Yer Tiz trail at Leigh Woods
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