Forestry England Forest of Dean

Bank Street, Coleford, GL16 8BA | 0300 067 4800

With a rich history and vast array of wildlife, the Forest of Dean is a magical place to explore for the whole family.

Forestry England offers a variety of visitor sites to suit all explorers. From wandering around the Sculpture Trail at Beechenhurst, tucking into a picnic at Cannop Ponds, to spotting birds of prey at Symonds Yat Rock, there’s plenty of space to discover during every season.

Thrill seekers will love Go Ape at Mallards Pike and Beechenhurst, as well as a range of mountain biking trails at the Forest of Dean Cycle Centre.

The ancient forest offers something for everyone, whether you’re looking for a family day out, an action-packed adventure or just a place to get away from it all.

For more information, visit forestryengland.uk

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