The Dorset Golf and Country Club is situated in over three hundred acres of forest and heathland. The adjacent healthland is classified as SSSI land and is owned and maintained by the Dorset Wildlife Trust.

Walk through this amazing Woodland and enjoy the peace. This Woodland has been described by the forestry commision as a living museum.

The ancient forest contains rare species of trees and most interestingly six hundred year old coppiced oaks. following the old road from Bere Regis to Wareham.

We are fortunate to be close to the very centre of the now famous World Heritage Jurassic Coastline and for those wishing to visit this stunning area of the country, views of breathtaking proportion are a few short miles away.

The Dorset Resort is home to an abundance of wildlife including Sika, Muntjac and Roe Deer, badgers, foxes, rabbits and hares.

Woodpeckers, Dartford Warblers, Herons, Kingfishers and Bitterns are among our multitude of bird habitants. Look out also for a varied collection of butterfly species indigenous to the Dorset countryside.

If walking  around our picturesque Resort does not meet your fitness regime, then feel free to jog around our Woodland.

Sturdy footwear recommended at all times as this area is natural pathways and not manmade tracks.

Enjoy an early morning jog along our beautiful woodland tracks and bridle paths from half a mile to five miles with nothing to disturb the tranquility but stunning scenery, and an abundance of native wildlife, birds and butterflies.

Step outside your front door and enjoy this truly wonderful place.