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

Opening hours

Weekdays

Monday
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Wednesday
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Thursday
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Friday
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Weekends

Saturday
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Sunday
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How to find us

How to find us
Nags Head Lane, Upminster, Essex
Sat Nav Postcode: RM14 1TT
By Car

Pages Wood is situated on Nags Head Lane just off the A127 in between Romford and M25, J29.

OS Grid Ref
TQ562 894

51.581330575979, 0.25257568514735

Parking and prices

There are no parking charges at Pages Wood.

Additional information

Number of accessible parking spaces: 2

Facilities and access

Dogs allowed
Easy access trail
Picnic area

Contact details

Activities at Pages Wood

Family cycling on forest trail
Cycling at Pages Wood
Ladies riding on Horses through the woodlands
Horse riding at Pages Wood
Woman walking dog
Walking at Pages Wood

Nearby forests

Orange sunset over distant London skyscrapers with dark trees in the foreground

From the top of Tylers grassland hilltop you can see right across Docklands to the City of London, with its distinctive ‘Gherkin’ and on into the West End. It's a real one-of-a-kind view! A lovely outdoor spot away from the city. 

Meadow of white wild flowers with blue sky

Venture off the beaten track at one of London's hidden gems, tucked between the A127 and M25. Folkes Lane Woodland is based on what were previously arable fields grouped around a steep hill. From its top are vistas south over the River Thames to the North Downs and west across London’s Docklands and Canary Wharf. On a good day you can see as far as the O2 at Greenwich and the London Eye. Folkes Lane Woodland is the perfect place to escape and enjoy the quiet of the woods.

Large broadleaf tree in a field of long grass on cloudy day

Conveniently situated within Greater London, stroll around the surfaced paths and make the most of the cycle paths and bridleways. Stretches of the woodland rise to 150 foot where a sculpted wooden seat offers you a unique view west, across London. Keep walking along this trail through Ivy Lodge Lane and you can safely cross over to Pages Wood, for more walking and cycling opportunities.

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Thames Chase Forest Centre & Broadfields offers lots of features and bags of room for an exciting family day out.

The Thames Chase Trust runs the Thames Chase Forest Centre, providing the perfect venue for a quick snack or wholesome lunch, as well as the opportunity to purchase local crafts and gifts. Among the Thames Chase Forest Centre buildings, you can still see the original 17th century Essex Barn, stables and farm house.

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