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Burnham Beeches has approximately 1.5 miles of surfaced ‘easy access’ paths and three miles of roads closed to vehicles. These paths are suitable for people with impaired mobility and users of wheelchairs, mobility scooters and pushchairs.
Car free zone
Some of the closed internal roads are accessible to Blue Badge holders, also known as the car free zone. Open during weekdays between 10am and 4pm.
Less mobile visitors can venture deeper into Burnham Beeches with our all-terrain electric buggy called the Tramper.
- Free to loan from Monday – Friday between 10am and 4pm at Burnham Beeches only.
- Minimum 24 hours advance booking required.
- A refundable deposit of £25 made at the Burnham Beeches office.
The sensory trail
This trail takes visitors on a sensory stroll which incorporates five tactile and acoustic sculptures which you can touch, listen and sit on. All created from green oak which have either fallen naturally or had to be cut as part of pollard restoration work. A trail leaflet is available from the information point or a PDF can be sent by email.
Accessibility at Stoke Common
Parking is extremely limited at Stoke Common and unfortunately there is no disabled parking available. Whilst many of the paths have a compacted hoggin surface and are relatively flat it might be difficult to access the site with wheelchairs, mobility scooter and pushchairs.