Snelsmore Common is a heathland site with a series of valley mires, surrounded by woodland. It is an important area for ground nesting birds such as nightjar and woodlark and the area is a site of special scientific interest.
There are many footpaths and tracks on the common as well as bridleway for horse riders and cyclists. The site provides a habitat for many rare and protected species so it is important to stay on path and keep dogs under close control. An area is set aside for picnics and there are toilet facilites.PricesFree entry