7 February 2013
Before you visit
- Open at all times
- Free entry
- No toilets, catering, car parking, viewing facilities or reception staff
- Information board with map of the trails
- Registered assistance and other dogs on a lead and under close control are welcome.
How to get here
- Nearest train station at Crowhurst, 0.75 mile (1 km) away. No taxi rank or pavement from station
- More detailed directions on website.
- No car park, although RSPB members can park at Crowhurst village hall, 800m.
- Walk from the village on roadside pavement and across fields with several stiles. Once into the wood there are several steps before visitors get onto the trails
- Two trails waymarked with arrow posts of 1 mile (1.5 km) and 1.75 miles (2.5 km)
- Both uneven, soft and muddy during wet periods, with several long slopes
- Two benches to rest and enjoy the wooded surroundings.
- The walks are almost completely under tree cover. There are no viewpoints.
Toilets and baby changing facilities
- Nearest toilets, including accessible and baby changing facilities, are in Battle, 4 miles (6 km) away.
- Nearest refreshments, including hot food, are in Battle.
- The trail waymarkers are renewed periodically to ensure they are clear and easy to follow.
For more information