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Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

Roughton Moor

John Haddon

Roughton Moor

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

Roughton Moor Wood

The reserve consists of woodland of oak, birch, rowan and Scots Pine.

Location

Moor Lane
Woodhall Spa
Nearest postcode LN10 6YY

OS Map Reference

TF 212 632
A static map of Roughton Moor Wood

Know before you go

Size
10 hectares

Parking information

Roadside parking

Walking trails

Waymarked walking trail available, visitors are requested to keep to the rides

Access

Narrow, uneven woodland floor, unsuitable for wheelchairs

Dogs

No dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

September to November

About the reserve

The reserve consists of woodland of oak, birch, rowan and Scots pine. The woodland has regenerated on former heathland, some remnants of which still survive in open glades. There are some fine trees and there is an impressive avenue of ageing Corsican pines planted apparently as the approach to a large house, which was never built.

The wood has a varied bird population, including great spotted woodpecker, treecreeper, coal tit and goldcrest. Fungi are a notable feature.

Management is designed to maintain the woodland by natural regeneration as far as possible. Where heather and other open heath plants survive, glades will be kept open and some will be widened.

Nearest postcode LN10 6YY. Please note - postcodes are for the nearest registered address as we are unable to get postcodes for nature reserves.

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