Welcome to Brokerswood country park


Brokerswood Country Park is an exceptional place to visit and stay, it’s part of the last remaining corner of the ancient forest of Selwood, which extended some 20,000 acres around the Wiltshire, Somerset and Dorset borders. Now there is an oasis of 80 acres of precious, natural woodland remaining.

The Woodland Heritage Centre at Brokerswood Country ParkThe Country Park has so much to offer:
Visitors can spend a day and experience the Woodland railway, Adventureland, Play Trails, Heritage Centre and toddler undercover play area as well as simply enjoying the tranquillity of a woodland binary options on iqoption.com with the sights and sounds of nature all around them.

Without paying to get into the park, visitors can visit the café and enjoy home-cooked food at great value and right next door have a browse around the Bramble gift shop.


Stay on the camping and caravan park – the perfect holiday location from which to explore the West Country or enjoy a short break. It’s also only a few minutes walk from a truly local pub!

This beautiful part of England has been designed to combine a day out in a woodland setting, with a café that is a destination in its own right and a camping and caravan site that has all the modern facilities that you expect.

We are taking bookings for all of 2007, so call now to ensure you get the dates you want


Adventureland Station at Brokerswood Country ParkAdventure Park at Brokerswood Country ParkPicnic at Brokerswood Country Park
Contact Us
Tel: 01373 822238
Fax: 01373 858474
Email: info@brokerswood.co.uk
Address: Brokerswood, Westbury, Wiltshire. BA13 4EH
Company Reg. No. 348 9813
Reg. Office: "Brockvere", Brokerswood, Westbury, Wiltshire BA13 4EJ
GOLD CONSERVATION AWARD
Brokerswood Country Park has received the prestigious David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for the 6th year in a row – one of only 34 parks (out of 500 dotted around the UK) that have been presented with this honour.

“A very natural park. Absolutely superb with a pretty lake and forest walks”
Professor David Bellamy,
Naturalist and Broadcaster
Our recognitions and awards