Oysters Coppice is between Semley and Gutch Common and offers views across the Vale of Wardour.
There is a circular walk that takes you around the woodland and can lead onto other walks in the local area. There are wild daffodils to be seen in late February into March and it’s stunning show of spring woodland flowers from bluebells to wild garlic offers lots of interest throughout the spring.
It’s a very peaceful reserve, tucked away but with the village of Semley nearby you’re not far from a shop and a pub for refreshments.
The reserve is managed by the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust – visit their web page for how to get there, where to park and more information on what you can spot!