New Forest National Park, Winchester

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Address: Lyndhurst SO43, UK

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The New Forest is an area of southern England which includes one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest in the heavily populated south east of England. It covers south-west Hampshire and extends into south-east Wiltshire and towards east Dorset. The name also refers to the New Forest National Park which has similar boundaries. Additionally the New Forest local government district is a subdivision of Hampshire which covers most of the Forest and some nearby areas, although it is no longer the planning authority for the National Park itself.There are many villages dotted around the area, and several small towns in the Forest and around its edges.


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This article refers New Forest National Park in Winchester, United Kingdom. On your trip to Winchester, you can consider a quick visit to New Forest National Park. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to New Forest National Park and you'll thank us later!

Top attractions of Winchester worth your visit include Winchester Castle, Winchester Cathedral, Marwell Wildlife, Wolvesey Castle and Royal Green Jackets Museum. Visit these and also discover other interesting things to do in Winchester before planning.

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  • Wonderful place!! I've been visiting it frequently all of my life, first as a son with my father, then on my own and then as a father with my own sons and daughters! Nothing has really changed....apart from paying to park in most places now. There are always activities to participate in and a host of beautiful places to stop just to take in nature! You can really feel its untamed history under each step! To get the most out of your visit I would suggest having a plan of action according to how long you have and what time of year it is; there are so many attractions and the New Forest is huge! Alternatively just relax, kick back and enjoy the fresh air...the choice is yours!

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  • It's just a lovely place to be. Plenty of wildlife, a treat for birdwatchers. Ideal to take your dog out for a nice adventure stroll. Just a shame that some people don't clean up after themselves!

  • It's not easy to review 150 sq miles of wonderful countryside! This is a tranquil area of lowland heath, woods, forest, streams, tracks and trails, dotted with some beautiful villages and hamlets. Don't forget the horses and cattle roam all over the Forest, so keep an eye open for them and please observe the speed limits.

  • It's a wonderful place! I really loved it! The New Forest is beautiful, calm, and has very cute little villages. And I also love the fact that there are animals in freedom in the streets, and there are also loads of places to visit like Hurst castle which is a castle on the sea used during the two world wars. There also loads of little paths where you can jog. You can rent very cute houses, and you can visit a lot of very old and cute pubs. You can go to the beach, or to the public and clean swimming pools. I really think it is a place that everyone should try out.

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  • Incredibly beautiful and vast area with plentiful, charming and high quality eateries. No shortage of picnic spots in the summer, and wild horses, ponies and cattle crossing the heathlands. The one thing you won't see that much of is trees. Be respectful, there are many small villages, people do live here.

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