Wyre and its surrounding woodlands are fantastic places to enjoy the fresh air and and have fun outdoors. There is something for everyone all year round,
Wyre Forest offers a great day outdoors with activities to suit all. Enjoy our 3 way marked walking trails (not all wheelchair accessable), the family cycle route, bike hire, horse trails, Go Ape, play area and onsite café, all set in an ever-changing window on nature in this breath-taking setting.
The forest encompasses a vast area of natural beauty and no two visits will be the same as the seasons turn.
Four legged friends are welcomed with open arms at Wyre with our dog friendly café and onsite Dog Wash!
Travel by public transport
Once disembarked from the bus our entrance is 500 meters in front of you.
Travel by taxi
Path to main entrance
Getting around inside
Accessible toilet located behind Café
The toilet cubicle also houses a baby changing facility. The toilet has pull handrails located on both sides of the toilet as well as a wall handrail close to the wash basin. There is an emergency red pull cord located in the cubicle.
Place to eat and drink
The Forest Cafe
The Cafe is take away and eat in servic. As well as indoor service there is an outside hatch which is not lowered but is located on a paved surface with wide access.
Getting around outside
Designated Walking Trail
Wren ( Yellow) Family walking trail
A great all-ability trail with plenty of benches and is also where you will find our family activity trail ( currently none in place). Along the way you will find the Sleeping Gruffalo, The Gruffalos' Child sculptures and den building areas.
The surface is hardcore surface on the path. The trail will take you past the Go Ape cabin and under some of the course.
We have a total of 8 wooden picnic tables located just off the hardcore path at the start of the walking trails adjacent to the play area. The tables are located directly on the forest floor and some ground maybe uneven with tree roots.
We also have a large, grassed area where you are able to picnic without seating.
The play area is accessed from the tarmacked path and has no entrance. The play area is located on a dirt and woodchip surface. The play equipment is located on several different levels which are separated by earthen slopes. The play equipment is not designed for wheelchair accessibility.
Customer care support
Visitors with permanent or temporary limited mobility can hire one of our Tramper through the Countryside Mobility Scheme. You do not have to be registered disabled to hire a Tramper.
Trampers are off-road mobility scooters, which are easy to use and able to tackle a range of surfaces and gradients come rain or shine. Our Tramper is suitable for:
Wren, Buzzard and Woodpecker Trail
Our extensive network of forest roads
Anyone wishing to use the Tramper must be over the age of 14. If you are not already a member of Countryside Mobility, becoming one is quick and easy and will be part of your induction (£2.50 for 2 weeks, £10 for 1 year). You can then use Trampers at around 50 other beauty spots around England.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 72 hours prior to required date.