A stunning natural environment, just waiting to be explored.

Welcome to Hogmoor Inclosure, a total of 54 hectares of green space set in the heart of Prince Philip Park, Whitehill & Bordon.

This beautiful wood and heathland is open to the public every day of the year and includes waymarked trails, a play and picnic area and café. The site is the third largest, suitable alternative natural greenspace (SANG) of its kind in the UK and offers circular routes in a natural area to reduce pressure on our precious heathland habitats known as Special Protection Area’s (SPA).

Nature and Heritage Rubbings Trail at Hogmoor Inclosure

Follow the mapped trail to discover more about the wildlife and history of Hogmoor Inclosure. Hunt for 11 wooden posts with metal plaques. Use a wax crayon to take a rubbing of each plaque and reveal a picture.


For more information on events and activities, visit:

The Beehive

Managed by the Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust, the Beehive is an educational space designed to house a range of activities held by both the Trust and other organisations wishing to hire the building to hold their own classes, workshops or events.

Café Hogmoor

Café Hogmoor, is a new community facility managed by the Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust. Built on the Swedish fika concept of making time for friends and colleagues to share a drink and a little something to eat, it will also provide employment, skills development and apprenticeship opportunities. 


Situated in the heart of Hogmoor Inclosure, Café Hogmoor is the perfect hideaway for the local community to enjoy delicious artisan inspired food and drinks.

Land Trust and Deadwater Valley Trust

Linking with our partner’s, the Land Trust and Deadwater Valley Trust, a programme of activity is well underway influenced by the history of the local area, working with the community to make this fantastic natural environment even more e-joyable for all.

Accessibility – Mobility Scooters for hire

New for 2023 Hogmoor Inclosure has a mobility scooter, known as a Tramper, available to book if you find walking difficult but would like to explore this natural greenspace for a small charge. The charge goes towards the upkeep and maintenance of the vehicle within Hogmoor Inclosure and is available from Café Hogmoor.


Email info@wb-ct.org to book or call 01420 558085 between 10am and 3pm for more details.


You do not need to be a blue badge holder but must be aged 16 or over.


Explore this natural green space with a Tramper scooter

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What type of scooter is it?

It is an electric, all-terrain mobility scooter designed to cover rough ground and grass safely. It can go up and down slopes, through shallow puddles and across some mud and soft ground. It is limited to 4 mph within Hogmoor Inclosure.   


How do I book and contact you?

The scooter is available 7 days a week, Monday to Sunday.

Your booking entitles you to a two hour session, but you can return the scooter before then. 

Choose between either 10am-12pm and 1pm – 3pm (subject to availability).


You can book for yourself or for another person to use. 


Email info@wb-ct.org


For more information call Café Hogmoor on 01420 558085 between 10am and 3pm.

What do I need to do on the day?

Check in at Café Hogmoor on arrival with the following


Charged mobile phone for contact.

Payment – £5 (cash & card accepted).


The scooter will be outside Café Hogmoor where you will be given a briefing/user induction. If you are unable to walk from the main carpark to the Cafe please let us know and we will arrange for the scooter to be driven as close as possible to you.

Are they easy to use?

The scooter is very easy to use, and you will receive full training before you set off.

What if I’m late or have to cancel my visit?

If you are no longer able to keep your booking please let us know as soon as possible so we are able to offer the space to another user. It would also be very useful to know if you are running late.

What if you need to cancel my booking?

It is your responsibility to ensure that all details are correct at the time of booking so we can contact you. In exceptional and unavoidable circumstances (such as breakdown or adverse weather conditions) your scooter may not be available on the date booked. All reasonable efforts will be made to inform you in advance, using the contact details you have provided.

Terms and Conditions for Use

You will be asked to sign a copy of these prior to using the scooter.


Email info@wb-ct.org

or call 01420 558085 between

10am and 3pm for more details.

Public Art

Our public art strategy will create and reinforce local identity, unify and bring together old and new, establish historic referencing and allow better way-finding and orientation.

The Sentinals

The artistry behind the Hogmoor Inclosure Sentinels.

When visiting Hogmoor Inclosure it is hard to miss the Sentinels as you wander the trails. But what is the story behind the design and production of these interesting characters installed in 2017.