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

Opening hours

Open from dawn until dusk. 

How to find us

How to find us
Sat Nav Postcode: SO42 7TT
By Car

From Lyndhurst take the A337 towards Brockenhurst. Just after Holland’s Wood campsite turn left on to the B3055. Tilery Road car park is the first turning on your left, after the Balmer Lawn Hotel.

OS Grid Ref

50.82838494725, -1.5635454654694

Parking and prices

Please park inside the car park and not on the gravel road, the car park is open from dusk to dawn. 

Standing Hat car park which is at the end of Tilery Road is seasonally open from Easter to October.

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?

Contact details

Activities at Tilery Road

Family cycling through Hamsterley forest, blue mountain bike trail
Cycling at Tilery Road

Nearby forests

Woman running with dog

Enjoy the stunning views of the heathland and trees beyond. This is an ideal spot for all the family with good waymarked walking trail that pass by the nearby Ober Water stream.

Boy counting tree rings on a very old tree that's been felled.

Blackwater arboretum is an idyllic setting with a stunning variety of beautiful trees from around the world. Inspired by the tree collection at this special place, a sensory sculpture trail complements the setting.

Explore Blackwater on two wheels by following the New Forest’s great network of cycle trails.

Keep Your Distance from livestock sign at Bolton's Bench

Walk up to the top of the hill at Bolton’s Bench and take a moment to let your mind wander amongst the magestic ancient yew trees. You'll also be treated to picturesque views of the heathland, ancient woodlands and grassy lawns that make the New Forest so special. 

Sun shining through the trees in a pine forest

If you are looking for an ideal spot for picnicing, a walk in the woods or amazing views then Wilverley has it all. 

From the car park there's easy access into the adjoining woodland with a waymarked trail. The extensive grassy lawn offers valuable grazing for ponies and beyond the Forest lawn the heathland is home to many important bird species.

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