New Forest National Park

New Forest

New Forest

Welcoming over 19 million visitors each year, the New Forest National Park stretches over 219 square miles in Hampshire and Wiltshire.

Despite its name, the New Forest was originally created in 1079 as a private hunting ground for William the Conqueror.

The area boasts open heathland, rushing rivers and rugged coastlines and is an ideal place for a long distance walk or bike ride. 

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