Woodside Country Park is a haven for an abundance of wildlife, from butterflies and damsel flies to herons and the kingfisher. Download our handout and see how many wild animals you can discover.
The site is adjacent to a working sheep farm. Springtime is exciting with the new born lambs jumping around the lush fields. You may also see and/or hear Rosemary the donkey who lives on the farm.
Kids always love pond dipping. Across the site there are numerous ponds, but who knows what aquatic life hides within them? Pond snails, whirligig beetles, pond skaters, frogspawn, tadpoles, water boatmen, duckweed… the list goes on. If you forget your net, don’t panic – Nets are available to buy in reception.
The Woodland Trust have an ideal ‘pond dipping’ guide available.
You can download this guide using the link below.
Wild Water Swimming
The Cider Mill Pool provides for a refreshing dip for those braving wild water swimming. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times!
Rumour has it the Woodside fairies have moved in. See if you can find their secret houses hidden amongst the trees and bushes.
What wildlife is there at Woodside Lodges? How many will you see?
Come and join us for a last minute break in one of our lodges before the end of August and take advantage of a £50 discount, but hurry - you must book by midnight on Monday 22nd July 2019 Pets are always welcome and you can bring up to two dogs with you for free....
Looking to keep the kids entertained? Take a look at some local attractions below!
Upcoming walking events in 2019Looking to keep active this summer? Living or holidaying in the Hereford area? Take a look at some local walking festivals below... 11th May - 19th May 2019 The Coleford area abounds in natural beauty, intriguing history and is a...
Things To Do: Easter Holidays with the Kids Looking for some activities to keep your little ones occupied over the Easter Holidays? -- Educational Trips -- Eastnor Castle is a fairy-tale Georgian castle. Standout features include the Adventure Playground and Assault...
WHERE TO EAT & DRINK IN LEDBURY Fascinating and unspoilt 15th century pub with traditional quarry-tiled floors & the snug bar is probably the smallest in the county. Nice open fires Traditional bar snacks available weekend lunchtimes. Dogs allowed. Bye street,...