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

Opening hours

Whiteley Pastures offers access 365 days a year, dawn until dusk.

How to find us

How to find us

Whiteley Pastures can be accessed on foot. 

Whiteley Pastures , Whiteley, Fareham
OS Grid Ref
SU 5350 0990

50.888114943575, -1.2404518463983

Parking and prices

There is no designated car park at Whiteley Pastures. 

Additional information

Number of accessible parking spaces: 0

Contact details

A designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) that lies north of Whiteley in Hampshire

Whiteley Pastures is home to a variety of rare wildlife including a rich insect population. The woodlands are a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest that we work to manage and protect. 

There are a range of gravel paths for you to follow that take you throughout the woodland and its natural features including areas of ancient woodland and ponds. 

Please note that there are no formal car parks within these woodlands, and we ask that you stick to all of the gravel tracks and act responsibly when you visit to help us protect the rare wildlife of the area. Please keep your dogs on the lead. 

At a glance

Please keep your dogs on the lead
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No dedicated car parks
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Things to do

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

Whiteley Pastures has a range of gravel paths for you to explore the woods. Please stick to these tracks and act responsibly when you visit to help us protect the rare wildlife of the area. If you are walking your dog, please keep your dogs on the lead and read our forest dog code

Nearby forests

Spring in the forest

Come and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Upperford Copse, part of one of the remaining fragments which make up the ancient Forest of Bere. 

woodland trail in picturesque setting

With walking trails, cycling, outdoor play and picnic spots, West Walk is the ideal family day out. At 350 hectares, it is the largest remaining fragment of the ancient Forest of Bere. 

Mossy woodland path

Popular with locals and visitors alike, Woodend is one of the few remaining fragments that make up the ancient Forest of Bere.

The shaded paths provide an excellent spot for walking and exploring or you can relax within the trees and listen to the sounds of nature. From ponds and streams with great crested newts and butterflies, there are a variety of habitats to enjoy.

Recoup at the nearby West Walk for a light refreshment and a host of facilities.

Sun shining through autumnal forest

Stoke Park Wood consists of a beautiful mix of ancient woodland and newly planted trees. 

Wide rides and clear paths provide open access to the woodland, making it ideal for those looking for a peaceful walk or adventurous bike ride. 

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