Captain's Wood Nature Reserve

Captain's Wood Nature Reserve anmeldelser, Woodbridge

Captain's Wood Nature Reserve
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Storbritannia117 bidrag
jul. 2019 • Par
we spent a lovely morning walking around the woods, so peaceful and tranquil, there are three seats along the walk to sit and admire the views, fully recommend this place.
Skrevet 4. juli 2019
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Mrs PS
36 bidrag
apr. 2019 • Familie
I had heard a lot about Captains Wood but in the six years of living in Suffolk we have never been, until today. It was difficult to find, you park at Sudbourne woods and walk 400 metres down a quiet road. The car park is small with spaces for approx 8 - 10 cars. What a beautiful piece of the country. There was an abundance of things to see and do. The most spectacular was the heard of roe dear. There were way more than 100. The children enjoyed climbing the trees and exploring. There were hides too for great views. The bluebells have just started to appear and you can see in the next few weeks it will be glorious - it is already though!
In the 2 hours we were there we saw 5 people. A tranquil, beautiful place to be. We will be back!
Skrevet 19. april 2019
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Ollie J
Bury St. Edmunds, UK63 bidrag
okt. 2018 • Alene
Upon Googling ‘Suffolk Autumn Wakks’ (sic) I was directed to a list of 9 walks highly recommended by a local magazine. Number 9 on the list was Captain’s Wood, probably the furthest away of the selection but, by golly, am I glad I had the time to get there today! An ancient wood in a beautiful part of Suffolk, on the doorstep of Tunstall Forest, what a dream location it is. It took about an hour for me to complete the well-posted circuit and this was mainly due to frequent stops to appreciate and photograph this lovely place. I’d love to return here on a foggy and sunny morning as I imagine it would be even more pulchritudinous than it was in the Autumnal light...this is a place of near perfection for someone like me, and a revisit is definitely on the cards...
Skrevet 24. oktober 2018
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Ken H
Ipswich, UK595 bidrag
mai 2018 • Par
We took a walk round Captains Wood near Sudbourne in early May to see the bluebells. At this time every year sections of this ancient wood are carpeted with the small blue flowers - please see the pictures uploaded.

There is a small off road car park area about 400 meters away which can accommodate around 8 cars at best although is well sign posted . We would recommend 'sensible' footwear and do note dogs are not allowed.

When you reach the start of the wood you'll pass through a kissing gate then take the path to the right through some very pretty gorse. To find the bluebells in early May keep following the path round to the right.

The wood is managed by the Suffolk Wildlife trust whose website does provide some helpful additional information.

We had a lovely walk and hope you do too
Skrevet 8. mai 2018
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howard0263
Norwich, UK63 bidrag
mai 2018 • Par
Got all ready to go, found a place in the rather small and tight car park , walked with the dog the 400M up to the entrance to find the sign "no dogs allowed". Would be better if much clearer in the car park!
Skrevet 7. mai 2018
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CambridgeFrank
Cambridge13 bidrag
aug. 2017 • Par
We went in mid August and only saw one other visitor, but plenty of wild deer, dragon flies, butterflies and a hare. Well marked one hour walk with serval benches. Worth taking a photo of the map at the entrance.

Hard to find. Have attempted to correct trip adviser which was wildly inaccurate, Google couldn't get us there either and even the car park sign was unclear. The entrance is on school road just outside Sudbourne towards Woodbridge. You have to drive 300 km past it towards Woodbridge and park at a forestry commission car park for another wood on the opposite side of the road and then walk back along the road.
Skrevet 16. august 2017
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rfortey
Henley-on-Thames, UK63 bidrag
aug. 2017 • Familie
It's a little hard to find, but this ancient woodland repays the search. A trail through the old oaks takes you to a dragonfly paradise, and each twisted oak has its own personality.
Skrevet 14. august 2017
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Mike W
Horsham, UK241 bidrag
jun. 2017 • Par
We managed to find the entrance to the woods after talking to a couple of locals. We went on the long signed walk and spotted deer and rabbits. There was a lot of bird song. When we exited the woods into a field about half way round we had a good sighting of a buzzard. There is a pond which had many colourful dragon and damsel flies. Well worth spending an hour or so here.
Skrevet 15. juni 2017
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Kite2412
London, UK49 bidrag
apr. 2016 • Familie
Suffolk Wildlife Trust write about the bluebells on their website for Captain's Wood. Car parking is in a small car park along the road or a few spaces of sensible parking (not to cause an obstruction or nuisance) on the side of the road. Access is flat. Can be a bit muddy in wet weather. The site plan at the entrance to the wood from the road is accurate in showing where the bluebells are to be found, but in reality the path marker takes you past the bluebells - we met several returning adults and families on our walk who had missed them! When the path reaches an oval shaped pond on the right hand side of the main path, immediately past the pond turn right off the main path onto a smaller width path to reach the bluebells. The quality of the bluebells was poor compared to other parts of the country where I have seen bluebells e.g. Devon and Berkshire but I think that may be due to the sandy soil here and limited nutrients for the bluebells. There are lots of them in a beautiful setting but they have small flower heads - it wasn't the wow of blue 'carpet' that I had been expecting. We walked on round the wood. It was a special place of peace and unspoilt beauty and I was really pleased that I had visited.
Skrevet 1. mai 2016
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Miriam624
Exeter, England, United Kingdom36 bidrag
apr. 2016 • Par
A beautiful place to walk through oak woodland and bluebells. Ideal for bird watching or simply to enjoy the natural world. Very tranquil and interesting woodland to walk through. Parking was a short level walk away.
Skrevet 30. april 2016
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