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Beautiful spot, easy parking and nice signposted walk to the Old Oak, picnic area with table & benches near The Oak, lots of other trees to look at planted and information on them by members of the royal family, nice forest glade & new forest...More
Having just read 'The hidden life of trees' and thoroughly enjoyed it, I find it hard not to be humbled by any ancient tree. Knightwood ain't pretty but imagine what it's seen over the years! Enjoyed our visit!
This several centuries old Oak tree has to be seen to appreciate how long it takes for these to grow to such dimensions. There are young Oak trees planted around that have been marked to have been planted in the last 2-3 decades and they...More
Just a short walk from the car park. Clearly marked "Knightwood Oak" . There is nothing saying how old this tree is but it does look big and old. Not pretty at all though. Would not have stopped but our host at the B&B seemed...More
This is possibly the biggest oak I have seen. Not a pretty tree, but a big one. It is somewhat difficult to find, as the main road doesn't have any signs to it - you have to know where to turn and then once at...More