Forest

Alice Holt Forest

33 locals recommend ·
About this place
At Alice Holt Forest you can experience exciting outdoor activities in a beautiful woodland setting. There's walking and cycling trails, play areas, Go Ape and nordic walking to name a few! And if you simply want to relax, you can picnic in the fresh air or enjoy lunch at the cafe.
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Maddy
Maddy
August 21, 2021
A huge forest with bicycle hire for you to explore all the trails and paths. Has a cafe, visitors centre and ‘Go Ape’ tree top rope course. Something for everyone!
Anna
Anna
June 30, 2021
large forest covered with walking and bike trails. Children sculpture trails, bike hire, Go ape tree top adventure and a cafe
Matt
Matt
June 6, 2021
Action packed day out for all the family. Go Ape, cafe, cycle trails, natural play trails etc.
Peter
Peter
April 19, 2021
Lovely outing with the kids!
Rhian
Rhian
March 25, 2021
Great place within 30min drive for family friendly walks and exploring. Young children will love the various play areas.

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Location
England