Country Parks and Nature Reserves
A working farm of a bygone age set in a scenic landscape of farmland and ancient woodland on the banks of the River Hamble.
Covering over 200 acres, it is one of the most scenic and delightful areas of South Hampshire, providing ideal facilities for families.
With a farm full of friendly animals, the south coast’s largest ornamental glasshouses, beautiful gardens and 1,000 acres of country park to explore there’s something for everyone at Staunton Country Park, near Havant.
193 hectares (476 acres) of heathland, woodland, grassland and ponds with angling at Wyndhams Pool.
Hampshire's biggest country park... 20 miles of trails for walkers, cyclists and horse riders... and Butser Hill National Nature Reserve.
Visit Titchfield Haven for a peaceful walk and to see a variety of wildlife, especially birds, really close up... Visitor centre, shop and cafe.
Lepe occupies a narrow stretch of land with superb views of the Solent and Isle of Wight.
On the downs a few miles west of Winchester. The views from the monument are probably the finest in central Hampshire.
Notices about access rights
Notices with accompanying maps are appearing in our Country Parks and countryside sites.
These notices are headed ‘Form CA17’ and relate to access rights.
They do not affect how people already enjoy using these sites, but are related to a legal process that will help the County Council plan and manage public access on the sites that it owns.