Hodgemoor Woods


Hodgemoor Wood is a Site of Special Scientific Interest between Amersham, Chalfont St.Giles and Seer Green. It's an area of outstanding natural beauty, flora & fauna, funky great oaks, dedicated horse trails and lots of walking. 

Address: Bottrells Lane (towards A355), Chalfont St Giles                                       

Website: www.hodgemoor.org.uk

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Great place to run off energy!
(Updated: February 08, 2013)
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I childmind, so this is a great place to go when I have all the boys in my care! As Mumof3 has said, boots are a must (unless it's been a really dry spell) It is a popular place for dog walkers so if you have a child that is easily scared, then prepare them)
Treasure hunts are popular with the children I look after, a preprinted sheet with things to look out for, it can get quite competetive though! Den building is also a favourite! It's amazing how they can all work together to create a great den and they spend hours doing it and playing in it...so a great, cheap day of entertainment!
Beautiful and great for the kids to run around
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Whenever we have been to the woods its been very muddy so wellies are a must. I love it there as it's so beautiful. Seem to be quite a few dog walkers and there are bridleways for the horses. I think that the scouts must use these woods as there always seem to be lots of teepees made out of sticks which my kiddies love to go in. It's a lovely spot for a walk after a sunday roast. There is a car park just by the woods. Just remember your wellies and a change of shoes for the car / plastic bag for muddy wellies :)