Region: South West
Hogmoor Inclosure is the third largest nature reserve of its kind in the UK with extensive areas of woodland and heathland to explore and a wide variety of activity areas and recreational features for visitors to enjoy.
Hogmoor Road, Whitehill & Bordon, Hampshire, GU35 9HX
Site size: 54 hectares
The park will have open access 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
There is a free car park on Hogmoor Road which is open daily from 8am-6pm.
Expected to open Spring 2020.
(click here to find the nearest public toilets)
Cafe Hogmoor is expected to open Spring 2020 and will be open seven days a week from 9am-5pm.
The site is free to use.
The land is generally level throughout, although uneven in some places.
Well controlled dogs are welcome.
Walking, bird watching, wildlife spotting, cycling, public art, natural play area, picnic areas, waymarked trails. There is also an Educational space - The Beehive - on site. For more information call the Community Trust on 01420 554085. Hogmoor Inclosure will hold a variety of events throughout the year and a full events calendar will be coming soon!
Scots pine dominated plantation woodland with areas of Oak, Silver Birch, Sweet Chestnut, Rowan and Holly. Downy Birch and Goat Willow in damper areas. Lowland heathland and acid grassland, Forey pond and several ephemeral ponds.
Deadwater Valley Local Nature Reserve, Bordon Inclosure, Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre, Bordon and Oakhanger Sports Club, Bordon Roller Rink, Budds Lane Skate Park.
This Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (SANG) was established in 2017. The purpose of this SANG is to avoid increased recreational pressure on the Wealdon Heaths Special Protection Area (SPA), Shortheath Common Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and Woolmer Forest (SAC) from new residential development by providing an alternative recreation area that offers a similar experience to the SPA and SACs.
Hogmoor Inclosure was formerly an off-road tracked vehicle training area for the Army. It is set in the heart of Prince Philip Park, a major redevelopment of the former Prince Philip barracks that includes the creation of 2,400 new local homes. The Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company (WBRC) is a joint venture between Dorchester Regeneration and Taylor Wimpey appointed by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation to deliver the redevelopment.
Current and future management seeks to enhance the biodiversity and recreational value of the site.
To contact the Land Trust about this site or how we could help manage your space please email our Estates Manager Steve Crosby .
To enquire about holding an event on a Land Trust site, please click here.
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