Green Flag award winning Pretty Corner Woods, located on the outskirts of Sheringham, is jointly managed by the Council's countryside team and the Woodlands Trust.
Look for the fluttering wings of bats, bullfinches, kingfishers, butterflies, buzzards, owls and woodpeckers. Tread carefully around the woodland flowers and ferns. Look out for the scarlet flowers on the red campion, and the white tips of wood sorrel. Sssshh! If you’re really quiet, you might even see a deer munching on the long grass, or spot a slow worm sunning itself in the heathland areas.
Events take place at Pretty Corner Woods, mostly during the summer months. Check out our events pages and come and join in the fun with our country park rangers.
Facilities at Pretty Corner Woods include two car parks at either end of the woods – parking is available all year round and is free! Pretty Corner Tea Rooms (privately owned) is next to the wood offering a good selection of food and drinks. Or why not bring a picnic and take advantage of the picnic area with plenty of room for the children to let off steam.
There is a bus stop situated next to the woods with good links to Sheringham and the surrounding area.