This long-established plantation originated as part of the nearby Perceton House estate. The old trees provide crevices for birds and bats, and the plentiful deadwood supports the insects and fungi. The carpet of ivy gives way to a natural ground flora interspersed with attractive garden plants.
- Mature broadleaf woodland
Best time to visit?
- Spring for woodland flowers
- Spring for woodland birds
- Autumn for fungi
An unsurfaced path runs the length of the reserve, past a small pond.
Perceton Wood is one of the Irvine Greenspaces.