Chambers Farm Woods, Wragby, Lincolnshire

Chambers Farm Woods, Wragby, Lincolnshire

Chambers Farm nature reserve is located on the site of a medieval woodland and is well known for its wide range of butterflies.

A tranquil and beautiful spot, it is spread across 900 acres and has been rated as one of the best Forestry Commission sites in the UK for its insect life.

A multitude of birds, from Nuthatch to Woodlark, Buzzard to Great Spotted Woodpecker, can be seen and heard amongst sun draped treetops.

And flitting between the flowers and the undergrowth are a wide variety of butterflies such as the purple hairstreak, brimstone, small copper and ringlet.

There is so much to see and do, including organised foraging, and many places to walk and relax with family, friends or the dog.

Facilities include a small car park, a picnic area, toilets and dog bins. The woodland is managed by the Forestry Commission.

Address Forestry Commission
Chambers Farm Woods
Hoop Lane
nr Wragby
Telephone -
Area More information on Wragby