Whether you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, or you want something more adventurous, Wyre Forest has something for everyone.
Wyre Forest is the largest woodland National Nature Reserve in the country and can be found to the west of Birmingham.
Explore the arboretum to find the unusual Whitty Pear and don't forget to refuel in our on-site cafe. Our Go Ape course will keep the kids (and adults!) entertained and we've even got a dog wash on-site to keep your pooch pampered.
With a variety of walking, cycling, running and horse trails available, there's plenty of ways to explore the forest. We also have a tramper available to hire for those with limited mobility.
Those looking for a more peaceful time can enjoy the more remote spots in the heart of the forest.
At a glance
Please no BBQs or fires in the forest
Zog trail at Wyre Forest
Get ready to join Zog on his latest forest adventure with a brand-new family activity trail and free app! Thanks to amazing augmented reality technology, you’ll be able to collect golden stars, just like Zog and have the chance to take a photo with everyone’s favourite dragon at the end of the trail!
Food and drink
Wyre Forest Café
Refuel your family from our on-site café which offers a range of food and drinks freshly prepared each day.
Our Work at Wyre Forest
Forestry England work in partnership with Natural England to manage the forest sustainably, ensuring it continues to thrive for future generations. We care for the forest, its visitor facilities and also carry out lots of conservation work to look after the wildlife.
The History of Wyre Forest
Did you know that Wyre Forest has been around for over 1000 years? The history of Wyre is as rich and diverse as the forest itself.
Need some help getting around? Get ready for your next forest adventure by taking a look at our trail maps.
Happy times and waggy tails
For a safe and enjoyable visit for everyone, read our guidance on dogs in the forest.