Straddling the border between Suffolk and Norfolk, Thetford Forest was built after World War One to help restore England's depleted reserves of oaks and other slow-growing trees. There are nature trails and picnic sites, ample activities to suit all ages (additional charges may apply), a plentiful diary of events, and an abundance of wildlife. The High Lodge Forest Centre is the main destination for visitors and tourists, though there are smaller places to visit within Thetford Forest, many of which have free parking.
The quieter sites provide a haven for wildlife – why not walk at Lynford around the Arboretum or lake. Visit the Desert Rats Memorial at High Ash or stroll through King's Forest.
Information centre, toilets, High Lodge shop and restaurant, picnic areas, children's adventure playground, information board.
Other info: Admission fee; parking included in admission fee
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
Event contact: No name specified
East England Forest District Office 01842 810271