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Forest Of Bere


Type of walk

Hilly, Flat, Forest

What's here

Paid Parking, Off Lead Areas, Animals On Route, Picnic Areas, Water On Route, Toilets, Refreshments Available

About this walk

There is a large selection of trails from the main car park which is Pay & Display with first two hours about £1.20. Most areas are gravel pathed and well maintained although there is a choice of through forest walks....very muddy at present. Most trails are well sign posted with distances to car parks. A thoroughly enjoyable walk although not recommended on a Sunday morning unless you like sharing the experience with LOTS of other walkers, dog walkers and cyclists. Located: Hundred Acres Road, off A32 just north of Wickham.

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Comments (11)

  • petelynalfie profile

    11 years ago

    This is a great walk but I suggest you park at the other side of the wood (westwalk) which is off heath road and a lot quieter. When you get in the forest, don't just stick to the circular walk, take time to discover all the other paths and tracks that shoot off here and there, although you may need wellies! We also found a superb dog friendly pub on they way home, The Hunters Inn at Swanmore, dog friendly throughout and excellent food!
  • spottypup profile

    10 years ago

    We love this walk, West Walk is our favourite - paths are pushchair friendly if you don't mind a bit of a workout up a hill back towards the car park and childrens play areas. The parking charge there is £1.50 for 2 hours and £3 all day I believe. This car park off Hundred Acre Road, there are toliets here. We go a lot during the week, it is very busy at weekends, the refreshment van is only there at weekends I think. I have never parked in the other car park on Heath Road - may explore that - thank you Pete, Lyn & Alfie!
  • bootleexile profile

    9 years ago

    Storm & Rubys favourite walk. We visit at least a few times per week. Usually early morning, we like to start early. Lovely time of day and no buggies. Car park is now £1.80 for up to two hours, season tickets (£38) available at: Link → Lots of off lead time especially if you get there early, late or during school term. The food/drink van is there at weekends and also weekdays during the holidays. Car park always open by 7am and closes at 4, 6 or 8pm dependant on the time of year. Main part of the day during holidays, like yesterday gets busy. Car park, including overspill and the road outside completely full yesterday. Never seen so many picnickers, literally hundreds. Fortunately not normally like that. Still got off lead time though as we know the place like the back of our hands and paws. Always take a towel. A great walk with lots of options.
  • ShelleyDown profile

    6 years ago

    I know this is a long shot but worth it anyway.... my friends much loved and missed family dog ran away whilst with the dog walker yesturday morning 27/08/2017...... could you please please keep an eye out she still has harness and lead on and is called pearl she is a light brown small dog with dark brown/black tips to her ears and around her nose and mouth.... please email Link → if you find or think u have found her. Thankyou
  • Holbrooks78 profile

    6 years ago

    Is the Forrest wheelchair friendly
  • robdovephotography profile

    3 years ago

    Hi we are new to this site. does anyone know if there is any streams or ponds on route
  • Celeste profile

    3 years ago

    Great off lead walking, lots of forest to explore, bring my dogs here all the time
  • Lovely walks, can be short or long whatever you make of it! Lots of different woodland tracks to choose.
  • Tobymoo24 profile

    2 years ago

    Really great walk our dog lovers it going again for sure !
  • Timmythetigerdog profile

    2 years ago

    Nice place to walk but it gets ever so busy at peak times so we tend to only go in Winter time/during middle of day when schools are on!
  • Franklittlelegs profile

    2 years ago

    Beautiful walk and different trails to follow, but muddy this time of year if you don’t stick to the paths!
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Hundred Acres Rd, Fareham PO17 6JD, UK View on Google

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Location details

Hundred Acres Road, off A32 just north of Wickham

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