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

Opening hours

Mildenhall Warren is open 365 days a year, dawn until dusk.

 

How to find us

How to find us

Mildenhall Warren is located approximately ten miles north west of Bury St Edmunds. 

Mildenhall Warren, Suffolk
Sat Nav Postcode: IP28 7JQ
By Car

The car park is located off the A1065 from Barton Mills roundabout towards Brandon.

OS Grid Ref
TL735752

52.34742, 0.54577029

Parking and prices

There are no parking charges at Mildenhall Warren.

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

There are no waymarked walking trails, and no easy access route.

Assistant dogs welcome
Dogs allowed

Contact details

Discover the rich historic background of Midenhall Warren

Visit Mildenhall Warren and enjoy a peaceful walk where you'll find a wide range of wildlife. 

As a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), there is also evidence of human habitation dating back 500,000 years and 700 years of rabbit warrening.

At a glance

  • Walking trails
  • Dogs welcome

Things to do

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

Nearby forests

Dog walking in autumn among leaves

Located on the northern edge of the Lark Valley, West Stow Wood is a diverse woodland with belts of old pine and oak as well as newly planted and mature conifers.

Dale pond supports a variety of wildlife in the area, made special by its incredible diversity of dragonflies. It's also a summer watering hole for many birds!

King's Forest

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 anytime of the year.

Santon Downham

Whether you are seeking a quiet stroll or wish to take in the natural beauty of the local area, Santon Downham is an idyllic part of Suffolk.

Much of the land here originally belonged to the Santon Downham estate, which was at one time owned by Charles Sloane (later Lord Cadogan).

Sun shining through green trees and shrubs

Every corner of High Lodge has something just waiting to be discovered, the more you walk around the forest, the more you’ll find.

With play areas dotted around the forest, beautiful trails winding through rich wilderness and thrilling mountain biking opportunities, you’ll be itching to return!

The Heritage Trail at High Lodge, built with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy the forest.

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