Anyone who has visited the 18th Century Woodhall Park will vouch for its beauty. It is a largely unchanged, historic and exceptionally beautiful landscape that continues to endure the test of time. Enclosed by a 4 mile wall, the parkland is gentling undulating in places and steep in others. The principal house and surrounding grounds are let to Heath Mount School, and there are several other historic buildings and structures such as the Walled Gardens.
Ancient trees, particularly oak and hornbeam, are a wonderful feature of the Park. Some of these trees are 600-700 years old. They are a key feature of the park’s character and uphold its historic values, whilst supporting a huge variety of wildlife. Specialist tree surgery is often undertaken to preserve them for their long term future.
How to visit
Learn how you can visit the park and wider Woodhall Estate.