A landscape picture of a lake surrounded by vibrant trees of during the spring season

Sheffield Park

With over 250 acres of open woodland, beautiful wildlife and fauna, Sheffield Park is a lovely place to spend a day. Keep an eye out for various species of butterflies, buzzards and skylarks whilst you wander around the historic English landscape. Did you know that the park was used as a Second World War camp? It’s now home to numerous wild animals and the serene Skyglade - the perfect place to take in stunning views of the open sky! There’s also plenty for the kids to do starting with the natural woodland play trail, the Ringwood Toll, of which can only be entered after meeting the Green Man. Inside you’ll find upright log climbing walls, dens and den building materials amongst many other fun activities. Be sure to find the pillbox from the Second World War at the bottom of Spring Field, nestled in the hillside too. There are so many things to do at Sheffield Park including dog walking and the ‘50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ at Sheffield Park’.