The park has retained its Green Flag status for 2015/16. The award is granted by Keep Britain Tidy and is a mark of a quality park or green space in the UK.
The area consists of established woodland with a marked nature trail. Part of the trail between the upper and lower car parks consists of a wooden path with handrails. Maps are available from the car park; it is well worth taking one as it is quite easy to lose your sense of direction whilst following the paths.
There is a tea room nearby, Pretty Corner Café and Tea Gardens. The tea rooms are open April to October between 10:30am and 5:00pm. The café is closed on Tuesdays except during school holidays. You can visit the café without walking around the woods; turn left from the top car park on Pretty Corner Lane and it’s less than 5 minutes walk away.
If you are just interested in popping into the Tea Room we would suggest parking at the Upper Car Park (closest to the A148) and walk down Pretty Corner Lane. The Tea Room is a few hundred yards on the left hand side.
Printed guides are available from dispensers in the car parks for those interested in working up an appetite before lunch. There is plenty to see for all ages, spotting the intricate carvings that mark the paths, the pond platform and a glimpse of the sea through the trees at the highest point.