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Great time to go, Easter by chance, middle of April, bluebells were out.
Parking very easy and no charges. It says no dogs allowed, and for a good reason, no mess to tip toe past. So therefore as most of Norfolk have dogs, it means...More
Foxley Woods are nothing to shout about. We went for our usual weekend walk expecting to see wild life and an ancient woodland as advertised! The walk was good, just over 3 miles in an hour and that was about it, which in our view...More
After a recommendation, we decided to visit Foxley Wood on the May Bank Holiday weekend. The forest is literally blanketed with beautiful bluebells and it's hard to capture just how pretty it looks. The child in me wanted to look for fairies hidden amongst the...More
We took our grandchildren, aged 3 and 6 yrs to Foxley Wood in August holidays. Not best time of the year we found out. Liked the idea of the trails, our grandson, also a Beaver marched ahead navigating, but we found the posts few and...More
This is a small but special area of deciduous woodland, well worth visiting if you are in the area. Bluebells probably past their best now but many other flowers, trees, birds. Free parking and admission, note no dogs.
Amazing bluebell woods and I've been to a few this year. 3 small carparks which connect, which soon get full, especially on weekends/ Bank Holiday so plan to get there early. It's then a walk of around 20 mins to get to the wood with...More
Wonderful stretches of bluebells, best I've ever seen. There was one path which was discouraged and one good wide path through the bluebells. The scent was divine, good parking and great woods to visit all year around but the bluebells here are wonderful.
We drive miles to Foxley Woods to walk through the beautiful carpet of bluebells that I had read about ... only to get there and find out that our very well behaved cocker spaniel was not allowed to enjoy the beauty with us. Never have...More