View of tree-lined footpath through the Forest
Visit the Forest

Finding the Heart of England Forest

The Forest stretches up the Warwickshire / Worcestershire border, from the present-day borders of Shakespeare’s Forest of Arden, across the ancient Forest of Feckenham, and down to the edge of the Vale of Evesham – the north Cotswolds to south Birmingham. 

It’s a beautiful and very special part of the world, rich in history and legends, rolling green countryside, rivers, and busy market towns.

Map showing where in England the Heart of England Forest is
Close up of orange walking route sign on a post in the Forest
Planning your visit
Find information about how to get to the Forest, parking, walking routes and things to see during your visit.
Man and woman walking in the woods with their young daughter and baby
Walks in the Forest
From newly planted trees to mature woodland, grassland to farmland, explore the Forest on our trails.