Once your are done with riding for the day, the New Forest also offers lots of other attractions and entertainment for the whole family. Whether is walking, cycling, fishing and golf there is something for everyone, here are just a few ideas…
Why not explore the local towns and villages like Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst and Beaulieu, and with Bournemouth and Southampton only a few miles away you will never be stuck for shopping, clubs, cinemas theatres and all that the seaside towns provide.
Visit local sites
The church mentioned in The Doomsday Book had been a site of Christian worship since at least Saxon times and the building contains architecture and furnishings that reflect its history
Based in Sandbanks near Poole Cool Cats are fully RYA recognised for Sailing, Windsurfing and Powerboating and fully licensed with the Adventures Activities Licensing Authority
A great family day out with over 50 different attractions and rides included in the price. The variety of things to see and do includes thrilling and gentle rides, dinosaurs, museums, animated shows, play areas, exotic birds and other fun activities for all ages in garden setting.
Longdown Activity Farm
Fun for all the family, with Lots of hands-on activities every day plus indoor and outdoor play areas. Join in all the daily activities including feeding and grooming the animals
Visit the National Motor Museum, the Palace House and Gardens or even the Abbey and Exhibition there is always something surprising at Beaulieu
Museums and Exhibitions
Hampshire museum services work with artists and national institutions to bring exhibitions of national quality to the Hampshire area.
Set in Forestry land the New Forest Golf course measures just under 6,000 yards with a par of 69 and has some of the most scenic holes in Hampshire.
From their traditional village location at Burley we are able to offer you short and easy traffic-free cycle routes in the most stunning New Forest scenery
Bournemouth Aviation Museum is the only UK Charitable Museum dedicated to preserving and presenting to the public at large operational examples of historic aircraft appreciated by the many hundreds of thousands attending UK airshows.