Introduction: A 145ha mixed woodland plantation, owned and managed by the Forestry Commission. It is possible to connect to the neighbouring Flatropers Wood.
Location: 1.5 miles south of Beckley village, near Northiam, East Sussex; accessed from Horseshoe Lane.
What can I do? Explore the broadleaved and coniferous areas of the Woods on the well-surfaced forest tracks.
What can I see? Look out for signs of wild boar - the Beckley Woods area is a stronghold of the southern wild boar population!
What can I hear? Visit at dusk on an early summer's evening and listen out for nightjar and tawny owls.
Grid reference: TQ856216(OS Map)
OS Map: 124 (Explorer, 1:25,000)
Opening times: Open all year
Nearest train station: Rye, 5.5 miles
Nearest NCN route: NCN 2 is approx. 5.8 miles south, at Winchelsea.
Where can I park? There is a free car park at the entrance to the woodland
Where can I get further information? Please go to the Visit Woods website