Randwick Woods is a public footpath through beech and yew woodlands in The Cotswolds. There are various routes through the woods, including some circular walks. There are also routes through the woodland used by MTB off-road bikes and looks great fun.
They call the walking route above the Randwick Ramble and the National Trust has marked it out.
There are various routes through the woods, including some circular walks. According to OS maps, there is a camping area suitable for the more adventurous camper.
There are lots of things to enjoy in the woodland and is popular with dog walkers, and MTB cyclists. Also, you even get the odd photographer or artist expressing their creativity in the area.
Randwick is a Gloucestershire village between Stonehouse and Stroud. It’s known locally for its folk traditions, such as the Randwick Wap. This is a celebration of May Day, and its annual pantomime.
The village has a local pub called The Vine Tree Inn, that is a great place for walkers to stop for refreshments. The Pub has lunch and evening menus and serves some great locally sourced food. Their current menu includes their take on goulash, rare breed pork chops and a vegetarian curry.
Extended Local Walking in This Area of the Cotswolds
The area nearby is pretty special and there are some great places to make the local walk longer. A stroll into the beautiful market town of Stroud along the River Frome or Stroudwater Navigation is viable. Also nearby is Standish Woods. That leads to Haresfield Beacon, which has a great viewpoint of the local area.