Stapleford Woods, Stapleford, Lincolnshire

Stapleford Woods, Stapleford, Lincolnshire

The ancient woodland and forest in Stapleford marks the county boundary between Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.

The site was clear-felled during the early stages of World War I to supply local industry and used as a British Army camp and training grounds during World War II. In late 1945, the land was purchased by the newly formed Forestry Commission and was extensively replanted.

Today, the forest is still under the care of the Forestry Commission. With surfaced trails it is an ideal place for a peaceful walk amongst a large number of exotic trees.

There is a main car park and picnic site.

Address Stapleford Woods
Coddington Lane
Telephone -
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