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2018 visitor guide to Sherwood Forest

The best 2018 Sherwood Forest visitor guide – maps, places to visit, parks, photos, walking, cycling, horse riding, wildlife, history, Robin Hood and the outlaws plus places to stay when you visit.

Sherwood Forest map

Map of Sherwood Forest


Whether it is spring, summer, autumn or winter, there is lots of things to do when you visit Sherwood Forest. Make sure though that you take the time to connect with the real Sherwood Forest as Robin Hood would have done, by walking or riding through it. With a large network of paths and trails for you to explore there is no better way of experiencing the Forest and its varied landscape.

Large areas are still covered by trees and heathland much of which is open to the public, examples being Sherwood Pines, Sherwood Forest Country Park, Budby Forest South, Blidworth Bottoms and Vicar Water Country Park whilst historic estates such Clumber Park, Thoresby Hall, Rufford Abbey and Newstead Abbey provide even more places to roam.

There is lots more to see and do as well.



Sherwood Pines coach road Southwell1

Sherwood Pines – the old coach road

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