The New Forest lies within the county of Hampshire, on the south-central coast of England, and includes Britain's smallest National Park.
Once a royal hunting ground for King William I and his noblemen, in the 12th century AD. The rare blend of open heathlands and ancient woodlands makes the New Forest - affectionately called the Forest by locals - a unique and very special place indeed, the underlying features of which have changed little over the centuries.
RowbarrowFrame Heath InclosurePartridge Bush - Furzy Brow"Timber" - Woodfidley HillBishop of Winchester's Purlieu"Lonesome Pine" - Denny Lodge InclosureHatchet MoorOber WaterBratley ViewNew Forest PonyHurst CastleKeyhaven Marshes