Brockhurst Meadow

Walk in an old fashioned hay meadow


A static map of Brockhurst Meadow

Know before you go

8 hectares


Not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs. Dogs on leads are welcome


On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open all the time

Best time to visit

March to August

About the reserve

Brockhurst Meadow is a hidden gem in the heart of the Braydon Forest offering some wonderful views of the surrounding countryside.
Tucked away on the northern edge of Brockhurst Wood and close to the Iron Age hill fort of Ringsbury Camp, the reserve is a single hay meadow containing small areas of woodland and scrub. It is crossed by a spring-line, formed by unusual underlying geology.
What is special about this reserve is the marvellous variety of wild flowers you can see in a small space, brought about by a pattern of wet and dry areas.

Contact us

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 01380 725670

Environmental designation

Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)