Badby Wood is a 47.2 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south of Badby, Northamptonshire. This is ancient semi-natural woodland on acidic soils, and it has been forested for over 700 years. It is owned by the Fawsley Estate and is open to the public. It is most famous for its bluebells but is worth a visit any time of the year. You enter the woods through the remains of a gatehouse and meander along paths through the woodland. It’s great for photography and a popular spot for dog walkers.
Address: Grid reference: SP565582
From the A361 drive through the village of Badby following signs towards Little Everdon. The wood is on your right.
Open: No restrictions on entry.
Entry cost: Free.
Useful info: There is a small amount of off-road parking. Otherwise parking is roadside with a walk along a rough track to the gateway. The paths through the wood are well made but are not metalled and can be muddy in wet weather.