We care for plenty of land by the New Forest Northern Commons, conserving its spectacular scenery for future generations to enjoy and for you to spend the day wandering, exploring, hiking or dog walking.
With miles of wide gravel tracks within the enclosure, Foxbury is a safe environment to explore and enjoy. Perfect for walking, running, fitness, cycling, horse riding and just about anything else you can think of.
As a fragile site of conservation and with a lot of work going on here, access does remain by invitation only. We frequently host seasonal events though so you can come along and see what we are up to.
Enjoy the diverse landscapes of Bramshaw: the views from Stagbury Hill, the open space at Half Moon or the bogs at Plaitford.
Bramshaw is a strong holding of commoning and home to a myriad of wildlife, popular with dog walkers and wildlife spotters alike. Look closely to discover one of our most precious natural resources.
Hide away in a secluded spot amidst bird chorus and the architects of the Forest. At Hale Purlieu, there's space to play and captivating views to enjoy.
Sniff out new walks at Hightown for you and your four-legged friend. Small but perfectly formed, Hightown is the New Forest in miniature.
Hide away in a secluded spot amidst bird chorus and the architects of the Forest.
Rockford and Ibsley
Climb to the top of a hill or simply stroll through wild open landscapes at Rockford. Spend a day discovering nature's playground at its best.
Stumble across extraordinary scenery and spectacular views at Ibsley, steeped in history and conserved for future generations.
Our rangers in south west Hampshire look after over 5,000 acres of countryside across the New Forest, Mottisfont estate, Stockbridge Down and Curbridge Nature Reserve. Take a look at our latest newsletter to see how we’ve been caring for these special places, and find out more about the work we do throughout the year that maintains this land for everyone to enjoy.