Bramshot Farm Country Park

Wide view image of the trees at Bramshot Farm Country Park with blue sky with scattered clouds in the background and a grassland in the foreground.

Site information

  • Dog friendly
  • Free parking (2m height restriction). Car park locked from 9pm to 6am.
    • Blue Badge spaces available
  • Signposted walks
    • Leaping Hare Loop (Surfaced) 1.3km
    • Old Oak Way (Unsurfaced) 1.2km
    • Yaffle Meadows (Unsurfaced) 0.4km
  • Information boards
  • Map and noticeboard
  • Picnic area
  • Benches
  • Community orchard
  • Bins

All group-led activities must contact the Education Ranger before they visit the site. Further information on organising educational visits can be found on our Education page.

Where you'll find it

Map showing location of Bramshot Farm Country ParkBramshot Lane                                          
Closest postcode: GU51 2RU.


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What you'll find there

Bramshot Farm Country Park provides 91 acres of open meadows and woodlands, providing plentiful space for dog walking and other outdoor pursuits. 

A total of 2.5 kilometres of surfaced and unsurfaced pathways weave throughout the meadow complex to cater for all abilities and interests. A surfaced 1.3 kilometre (approx. 30 minutes' walk) path loops out from the car park and is suitable for buggies and wheelchairs alike. Carved benches are dotted along the route at regular intervals so that you can take a seat and enjoy the scenery. Mown pathways extend a further kilometre into the Country Park, offering a chance to explore the site further and exercise any energetic furry friends! 

You can start your walk along our surfaced pathway ‘Leaping Hare Loop’ from the car park. An additional pedestrian entrance is located off Juniper Road via A327 underpass connecting you with ‘Yaffle Meadows’.

The wildlife lover should keep an eye out for some great bird species, as well as reptiles and a small population of Great Crested Newts. 


Top 10 species found at Bramshot Farm Country Park:

  1. Wasp spider
  2. Broad-leaved Helleborine
  3. Veteran Oaks
  4. Treecreeper
  5. Buzzards
  6. Common Lizard
  7. Grass Snake
  8. Fallow Deer
  9. Small Copper
  10. Cinnabar moth

News and updates

  • The overflow carpark will be closed from Friday 9th October for the rest of winter, due to the ground starting to get churned up. The rest of the car park will stay be open so don't worry you can still visit the beautiful park. We aim to re-open the overflow when the ground is drier in the springtime.
  • From Thursday the 8th October the cows are back for some winter grazing! They are making themselves at home between our new fencing in the Old Oak Way walk. Please remember to ensure all gates are closed and dogs are kept under close control when walking through the field. You can use the path along the side if you would rather admire these beautiful animals from afar. Please do not touch or feed the cows. If you think there is an emergency with the cows please call 07721433649 if this number is not available please call 01252622122.
  • Unfortunately, all activities and events for the time being for 2020 have either been cancelled or postponed during the current pandemic.
  • All volunteering is currently on hold, however if you are interested in helping out with volunteer tasks once they are up and running again, visit the Hart Voluntary Action website or call them on 01252 627070.
  • We have completed several projects last year which include wild flower margins surrounding the car park and ditch work to alleviate surface water. We also completed the instalment of a heritage orchard.