There are many woodland, lane walks and walking routes near the campsite, see map and routes in the campsite information book.
Also see the following links for more walking routes, organised rambles and weekly guided walks and even safari drives in the Queen Elizabeth country park. For more info in and around the area use this link. www3.hants.gov.uk/walking.htm.
There are many cycling routes around the area, see map & routes in the campsite information book. Check out the walking links above as some are off road cycle routes like the Oxdrove Way or start and finish at SU585361 - Abbotstone Down, Hants. This is an off road cycle and horse-riding route. 25 miles. Or try http://www.sustrans.org.uk
Some of the most beautiful countryside in England, and one of the best ways to see it is by bike.
The Watercress Line RAT - Real Ale Train The Railway Station, Station Road, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 9JG. Two or three times a month throughout the year the Mid Hants Railway runs a Real Ale Train serving real ale from local Hampshire breweries. The three-hour round trip leaves Alton in the early evening and serves hot food and soft drinks as well as the selection of ales.
Unit 3 St John's Centre, Botley Road, North Baddesley, Hampshire. SO52 9SW
These guys are happy to deliver & collect bikes from Two Hoots Campsite, they also offer trailer hire. Advance booking is essential. Adult bikes from £15 per day; they offer reductions for longer hire.
Forest Adventure - Go Ape
Alresford (pronounced Allsford) is a beautiful Georgian Town, steeped in history with it’s colour-washed houses. Alresford is the perfect place for strolling, and there is plenty to please the eye: the Fulling Mill and riverside walk, St. John’s Parish Church, the Millennium Trail, and Old Alresford Pond, created by the Bishop of Winchester, in the 12th century.
Hinton Ampner Garden & elegant country house, Bramdean, near Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 0LA (3 or 4 miles), Tel: 01962 771 305. 12 acre garden set in 80 acres of unspoilt parkland. A National Trust Property, with formal and informal gardens created by the last Lord Sherborne, and his personal collection of Regency furniture. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hinton-ampner/