West Walk

Visitor Information
Visitor Information: West Walk
  • Opening Hours
  • How to find us
  • Parking and Prices
  • Facilities and access
  • Contact Details

Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Open every day except Christmas Day.  


Opening hours Dawn to dusk
Opening hours Dawn to dusk
Opening hours Dawn to dusk
Opening hours Dawn to dusk
Opening hours Dawn to dusk


Opening hours Dawn to dusk
Opening hours Dawn to dusk
How to find us

How to find us

How to find us
Hundred Acres Road, Wickham
Sat Nav Postcode: PO17 6JD
By Car

Access either from the A32 Meon Valley Road, north of Wickham or Hundred Acres Road.  West Lodge is opposite the West Walk entrance.  

By Public Transport

Take the number 69 bus that runs between Winchester and Wickham Square.  The nearest stop is a 2.2 mile walk to West Walk.  

OS Grid Ref
SU 596 123

50.9062729, -1.1515504

Parking and Prices

Parking and Prices

Parking Charges

Up to 2 hours £1.80
Up to 4 hours £3.50
All day £5.00

Coaches/Minibuses charges

Minibuses - parking charges the same as for cars - see above.  

Additional Information

Regular visitors can save money with a Discovery Pass - Find out more about the discovery pass
Disabled parking available
Facilities and access

Facilities and access

If you would like to have a BBQ you will need to hire one of our freestanding bookable BBQs. To check availability and to book contact us on 0300 067 4645.

For more information on planning your visit, take a look at our accessibility information:

Assistant dogs welcome
Disabled toilet
Dogs allowed
Contact Details

Contact Details

Explore West Walk

West Walk is an ideal wood for a complete day out for all the family with walking trails, cycling and picnic spots. With 350 hectares is the largest remaining fragment of a former medieval hunting ground, the Forest of Bere.

There are two waymarked walking trails and plenty of natural paths to help you discover West Walk on foot or by bike.

Try the Forest of Bere trail. Walk or cycle the 3-mile trail which takes you in a loop, through the historic landscape of the Forest of Bere, which today supports an important range of wildlife.

Our play area is great for keeping your children entertained. Set within the Pine trees with play equipment such as climbing frames, scramble nets and swings.

There are two BBQs available for hire with prior booking.

At a glance 

  • 2 Walking trails
  • 2 Cycling trails
  • Horse riding
  • Mobile café
  • Children's play area
  • Educational trails
  • BBQs
  • Dogs welcome
  • Assistance animals welcome
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