Each wood has its own page which you can add descriptions, comments and photos to for other visitors to see. So whether you're reading other people's comments or giving tips of your own for a particular wood, the idea is that everyone can enjoy VisitWoods.
Find out how to add photos
Share your woodland adventures, write about wildlife you've seen in your local woods or tell people what to expect there and what the surfaces and paths are like.
Find out how to share your woodland comments and stories
Adding, removing or changing a wood
Over 700,000 people have used VisitWoods since February 2011 and thanks to volunteers and people like you adding photos, comments and information to woods, you can inspire more people to discover woods. You can find nearly 11,000 publicly accessible UK woods on this site.
Our maps can help you locate paths, historic features, cycle routes and much more.
How to use the maps
VisitWoods launched in February 2011 as a Woodland Trust led project working with several partners like the National Trust and RSPB.
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