Ravenshill Woodland Reserve, Knightwick
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Ravenshill Woodland Reserve, Knightwick - Address
Address: Lulsley, Knightwick, Worcester WR6 5QP, UK
Timings: 09:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
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Stopped here for a walk with the dog there a half mile one and a 1 half mile one car park there but limited to 2m high if higher one car park space available need boots which you can use there ones there is a nice pond across road which is very nice walk around toilet available if you dear use
Good for a visit, not many different paths to take, but have Wellington Boots for you to borrow
This is a wonderful spot and our dogs love it here. There are two walks signposted (long and short) and plenty of parking.
Had a lovely easter sunday walk around the wood , shame it was spoiled by the warden ! some nice views can be seen at the top end of the wood with some well positioned benches offering a nice spot to look at the views back across to Worcester and the Malverns. A lot of tree felling and chopping down of trees has thinned the wood out considerably in the centre of the wood which has left areas a little bare . However our day was spoiled by the warden trying to block our vehicle in, saying it had gone passed closing time , fair enough you may think if there was a gate to be closed or shut , but we purposely parked the other side of the gate so we didnt cause inconvenience to anyone ! plus there is no gate ! My girlfriend was carrying a piece of dead bark with moss on which she was told to put back because it was 'habitat' a bit harsh i think when you consider how much habitat has been destroyed by felling trees with chainsaws then selling on the timber ...............we are not awkward or confrontational people but feel annoyed at somebody ruining a nice day through nothing more than pure grumpiness and a bad attitude.