Castle bottom Walks and nature reserve

see wild pony's, streams, woodland, bogs and heathland

Price: £0.00 (Adults £0.00 / Children £0.00 )

Castle Bottom National Nature Reserve is a small lowland site. It contains one of the most important valley mires in southern England. The reserve is a Special Protection Area (SPA) because of its important bird populations. 

Visitors can enjoy the site via the network of permissive footpaths. These link up with existing footpaths and bridleways outside the boundary of the reserve. Please keep to these footpaths so the habitats and their associated species are not disturbed.