Bisham woods is on the way towards Cookham when travelling from Marlow. These woods offer all of the usual natural woodland features you’d expect in the woods from logs to walk along and dens to rope swings. There is also an abundance of sticks and trees to hit them against!
You can park for free just at the entrance to the woods or along one of the adjoining roads.
The woods are open to the public at all times and can be accessed from Quarry Wood Road where it meets Grubwood Lane.
More family walks
This walk starts in Frieth village and does a short loop through the joining fields, into a small bit of woodland before returning on a circular loop. The walk finishes with walking through Frieth village itself. It is such a quiet village that we didn’t find it a problem walking the kids down the road.When […]
Hurley Village is a beautiful village just beyond Bisham and Temple but it is on the other side of the river to Marlow. You can access it by bike over the Temple bridge but this post is about the short circular routes that are ideal for buggies. For these routes we recommend driving to Hurley […]
There is a stretch of woodland that sits between Marlow and Marlow Bottom. These are great for exploring with interesting trees to climb, a fab rope swing, fields and great spots for blackberry picking when they are in season. On the map below I’ve suggested one route but you can make this walk as long […]