Make beautiful lifelong memories as you discover everything Sherwood Pines has to offer.
Gorgeous scenery, an abundance of wildlife, and exciting activities offer a unique day out for everyone.
Three walking trails with incredible sights
Take the Dragonfly Trail - a one-mile-long walk suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
You'll pass the Dragonfly Pond and some of the oldest trees in the forest along the route.
Soak up the history as you tuck into a delicious picnic and listen to the birds in the trees while the kids enjoy a trip to the play area.
Fancy a longer walk? The three-mile Nightjar trail takes you through impressive pine, heathland, and a variety of fascinating habitats.
Or try the slightly longer Rangers path where you can take in the beautiful scenery, history, and nature that lies within the forest.
Get adventurous at Go Ape
See the world from the treetops as you take on the high ropes and net adventure course at Go Ape.
This exhilarating experience is going to be one you’ll talk about for years, remembering the times you swung across the trees like a monkey, feeling as free as a bird.
Meet the Gruffalo
How many wooden Gruffalo sculptures can you spot as you delve deeper into the woods?
The kids will be eagerly weaving around the trees as they make friends with their favourite characters.
Pick up an activity pack in the visitor centre before your walk and watch the smiles on their faces as they pop on their mask and paws.
Nearby Sherwood Forest
If you’re fascinated by Robin Hood, then head to nearby Sherwood Forest where you can visit Major Oak.
Between 800-1000 years old, this is the secret hiding place where Robin Hood and his merry men were said to shelter and sleep.
Whatever activity you decide on, even if it's just a quick stroll, the beauty of the area will gain a special place in your heart. The whole family will be excited to return to Sherwood Pines and we’re sure it won’t be too far in the future.
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