Bordon Inclosure Site Information
Bordon Inclosure is designated as a SANG and occupies the space from Lindford Road down to Alexandra Park. It has open pedestrian access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
There are no facilities onsite however Cafe 1759 can be found a two minute walk from the Bordon Inclosure car park.
There is a natural playarea and and 6 marked trails to help you explore the site.
The trails lead on from each other so you are able to extend your walk as much as you wish.
There are hardstanding paths for disabled access although some of these do become muddy in bad weather. There is a marked disabled bay in the small car park.
There are several interpretation boards on the site which provide insights into the history of the area.
We are delighted to manage Bordon Inclosure on behalf of Whitehill and Bordon Town Council who lease the land from the MOD. We provide a full-time ranger service at Bordon Inclosure.
Brendan Finnegan takes the lead on the practical elements of the management and maintenance. Assisting Brendan are Countryside Rangers Terry Read and Sarah Perryman and Community Ranger Julie Reid. Jamie Cummins, Senior Countryside Ranger, will also be involved in a management role.
The team also provide nature and educational based events, which can be seen on our events page
Parking For Bordon Inclosure
There is a free car park off of St Lucia Road which is open to the public 24 hours a day. There are a limited number of parking spaces including one marked for disabled users.
Please keep highways and gateways clear and leave plenty of room for other road users to pass safely.
Please do not park in residential streets or side roads.
If the car park is full please be prepared to turn around and come another day or to walk/cycle.
Please can we remind people driving to Bordon Inclosure of the location of our car park (GU35 0LA).
Please note that it is not possible to park at the former Woodlands Inn/St Lucia House, next to the main entrance to the Inclosure on Lindford Road. This is private property.
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Whitehill Town Council's website.
Please click on the image to download a map and guide to Bordon Inclosure.