Woodland play areas
We have four woodland play areas for energetic children and parents to explore.
Creech Wood is one of four play sites that has been developed as part of the It's OK to play project. The great play structures include a log pile and challenge climber.
- Creech wood is part of the Forest of Bere. The nearest town or village is Denmead.
- Car Parking can be found on Bunkers Hill Road.
- OS Grid ref: SU647113.
- Postcode: PO7 6UB
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Micheldever Woods is located in the north of the district.
- From Junction 9 on M3, travel north on A33, turn right on to Northington Lane.
- Car Park is half a mile down lane on left-hand side. Micheldever is the nearest village.
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West Walk at 350 hectares is the largest remaining fragment of the former Forest of Bere.
This is an ideal wood for a complete day out for all the family. Children will enjoy the adventurous playgrounds, walking and cycling in the wood. There are several picnic areas with benches, a choice of walking trails and toilets on site.
- West Walk is part of Bere. Wickham is the nearest town or village.
- Access is via the A32 Meon Valley road north of Wickham, or at Hundred Acres.
West Wood is located 2.5 miles to the west of Winchester and adjacent to the Crab Wood Nature Reserve.
Access to the wood is from Clarendon Way and there are clearly marked car parks for visitors.
When you get into the wood you will find a giant ants nest to play in and a badger set to climb on. There are also places to build dens and great swings to play on.