There is a huge variety of interesting towns and cities close to (inside 20 miles) Woolsbridge Manor Park, providing visitors with just about anthing they could wish for.
Three Legged Cross - A small village with two local shops including a post office, petrol station and a thatched pub the Three Legged Cross
Ashley Heath - (0.5 mile) Long Forestry Walks, visit the Moors Valley Country Park for outdoor family activities. Local Shops and post office.
The New Forest - (4 miles) Originally the hunting ground of William the Conqueror. The New Forest has 490 square miles of natural habitat for animals and birds to wander. Dotted with hamlets, picturesque pubs and historical monuments.
Salisbury - (16 miles) Noted for its superb Cathedral and is steeped in history throughout the town. Maret days are Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Wimborne - (10 miles) An old traditional town with the Wimborne Minster as its centrepiece. Market days (antiques and bric-a-brac) Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Special places of interest Walford Mill Craft Centre, the Priests House Museum and the Model Town of Wimborne (built to scale) plus the Tivoli Theatre. On the outskirts of town is Kingston Lacy House which is well worth a visit.
Poole - (12 miles) The ancient harbour town of Poole has many historic buildings and has the second largest natural harbour in the world. Poole also includes the Dolphin Shopping Centre with over 100 shops all under cover. Sandbanks has miles of sandy beaches and very safe swimming. On the outskirts of Poole is the Tower Park Complex which includes a UCI 10 screen cinema entertainment complex and a 30 lane 10 pin mega-Bowl centre.
Bournemouth - (10 miles) One of Britain's major holiday resorts. Bournemouth is very easy to reach with its abundance of shops, cinemas and restaurants, etc and includes the BIC theatre with its top shows throughout the year and miles of sandy beaches (many of which have blue flag status).
Ringwood - (3 miles) The old market town of Ringwood has plenty of easy parking, traditional shops and convenient supermarkets. On Wednesday the old Square and High Street come alive to the sights and sounds of the traditional market which has been used by the local farming community for over 200 years.