Just opposite the Park is 90 acres (approx) of woodland owned by Lucksall Park for all our guests to enjoy. Lucksall keeps it’s 90 acres of Woodland as a nature reserve for wildlife. With Buzzards circling overhead, Squirrels making their way through the tree tops and deer wondering through, there is always something for the whole family to see and enjoy.
Adjoining the above is a further 200 acres of woodland leading across to the village of Fownhope with its two pubs The Green Man and The New Inn.
Just over a mile away is the forestry commission owned Haugh Woods. Stretching over 850 acres providing a safe environment for cycling for all the family. The woodland can be enjoyed from the firm and wide fire roads that run all through the woodland or walkers/cyclists can enjoy the woodland by following the many trails that take you right to the heart of the wood.
Adjoining Haughwood is Broadmoor Nature Reserve known as Broadmoor Common, with a great range of species of all sorts, especially wildflowers and butterflies, the wet grasslands and ponds attract some unusual birds and amphibians.
Riverside walking is also available by following public footpaths right by Lucksall, giving an ideal opportunity to observe the rugged wild nature of the Wye, as well as watching the great array of wildlife that thrives on the Wye; from kingfishers and otters to curlews and swans.
The Wye Valley Walk runs along side Lucksall Park's woodland providing yet more walking.
Maps of local walks available from reception or for you to print off.
Please follow all of the hyperlinks on each web page to access the maps:
- Circular walk from Lucksall park to Fownhope and Mordiford- 5.5 miles:
- Circular walk from Fownhope to Haugh woods- 5.5 miles: