The Field Centre is open every Sunday and most Bank Holidays afternoons, between 2 and 4:30 pm for visitors information, and light refreshments are on sale. The centre is manned by members of the Society. During the year there are guided walks, a Fungus Foray, and occasional special events at the Field Centre which have included demonstrations of crafts, speakers with special appeal for children and various fund raising events, held in conjunction with other conservation groups.
There are paths throughout the Reserve and in addition there is a trail for people with special needs that can be reached via Parkland Grove (off Weybourne Road) at the eastern end of the reserve.
We would prefer that our visitors do not cycle within the Reserve, that dogs are kept under control and their waste is taken away with you or placed in the bins adjacent to most of the exits from the Reserve.
NATURE TRAIL AT ROWHILL
2.75 km (1.7 miles) long nature trail at Rowhill Nature Reserve that can be muddy in places so be prepared. We ask all our visitors to maintain a pleasant and peaceful atmosphere. The Reserve is open to everyone to enjoy.
- See typical heathland flora, like bell heather, ling, bracken, gorse, broom, birch and pines.
- See storm damaged trunks after the storms of 1987 and 1992
some facts about us
Managed by the Rowhill Nature Reserve Society
The Society, a registered charity, was founded in 1968 to manage Rowhill Copse on behalf of its then owners, Aldershot Borough Council. The Society has no paid staff, all aspects of the Society work is carried out by volunteers.
Reserve of mixed woodland
of heathland, some native conifers
of fields, ponds and steams
JOIN US AND HELP US BY DONATION
Become a volunteer or support us by donating
Rowhill Nature Reserve is maintained and managed by Volunteers. If you have any spare time and would like to help with the Conservation group or in the Field Centre, we would be pleased to hear from you.