The 62 beautiful acres are open to the public and access for Hadlow Down residents is free, but villagers are asked to pay admission for guests. There is a network of paths and tracks through the wood, some of which have steps and rough ground, but there is a 450 metre long 'easy-access' path which is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. There is a tea room and gift shop in the traditionally built barn from where visitors can also hire barbecues for the day.
Dogs are welcome in the wood as long as they are kept under close control and, although there is a carpark, visitors are encouraged to arrive on foot or by bicycle. Activities and events for children are arranged throughout the year (See site calendar)
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