Corfe Hills forms the upper part of an extensive area of heath stretching towards the Poole basin, known as Barrow Hills (under the management of Poole Borough Council).
|Nearest Town||Corfe Mullen|
|Look out for||All six species of British reptile can be found on the neighbouring Barrow Hills and can occasionally be found on Corfe Hills|
Local Nature Reserve, Site of Special Scientific Interest
|Nearest bus stop||Lockyers Road, Wilts and Dorset bus route|
|Nearest train station||Poole (5 miles)|
|Grid reference||SY 992 973|
|Parking||No parking at site|
|Accessibility||Access to the site is made through a squeeze stile and bridleway anti-motorcycle gate; there is one main bridleway through the site with a gravel surface.|
|Facilities||Dog bins at main entrances|
|Owner||Dorset Council (Previously East Dorset District Council)|
|Managed by||Dorset Council Countryside Team|
|How to get there||
From Poole / the south, follow the B3074 (Higher Blandford Road) north towards Rushcombe Bottom. Turn right at the roundabout onto Lockyers Road, then right at another roundabout at the top of Lockyers Road onto Cogdean Way. Follow to the end where the footpath cuts through to Cogdean Elms.
From Wimborne / the north, follow the A31 west from Wimborne, and turn left at the B3073 roundabout onto Wimborne Road, towards Corfe Mullen. Turn left at the roundabout onto Cogdean Way, and follow to the end where the footpath cuts through to Cogdean Elms.