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A path rolls and dips gently downhill between sparse beech trees, with leaf litter scattered all around.

Loughton Camp is one of two Iron Age earthworks, both Scheduled Monuments, thought to have been built around 500 BC - the other is nearby Ambresbury Bank. Take a walk through the ancient mounds, admire the majestic beech trees and see if you can imagine yourself back in time.

Check out our Heritage pages for more on the history of Loughton Camp.

Things to do in Loughton Camp

How to get here

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Parking is available at nearby Earls Path and Bradleys car parks.

See our car parks page for more information.

15 June 2016
Last Modified:
07 November 2019