Whiteley Pastures

Visitor information

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
17/05/2022 14:09

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...

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