Things To See and Do
Every year, every August Bank Holiday our village plays host to the Frogham Fair. The Fair is an old fashioned traditional village fete providing much nostalgia and heaps of fun for everybody! And guess what - the fair is held in the field right next door next to our pub! We participate too with live music and a BBQ and bar in the garden! Fingers always crossed for a sunny day!
We have got to be one of the very best destinations as the place to start or finish or be the mid way watering hole! We are situated in what is probably the wildest wilderness of the New Forest. The ridge between our pub and Royal Oak at Fritham is one of the best circular walks or rides in the South. There are lots of different routes through beautiful woodland, wading through streams and avoiding the peat bogs! However you can just play it safe and stick to the chalk paths! Just how adventurous do you want to be?! For the playing it safe option we have our very own woodland leaflet which you can down load right here and now! The circular walk to Fritham and back is about seven miles round trip.
Quality cycle hire including tandems, trailers and child-carrying equipment is available with excellent, well-researched routes for all abilities.
Cycling in Hampshire
Hantsweb is a great source of information on over 750 miles of cycle routes for both mountain and road biking!
Walk, jog, run
A Fordingbridge, Stuckton, Frogham, Blissford, Fordingbridge Route Map.
Sandy Balls Holiday Village
Situated 1.6 miles from the Foresters Arms. This is one of the premier destination family holiday centres offering a variety of activities, facilities and accommodation options.
Archery on a long and wide shooting range with the largest selection of professional bows available. No rotating your go here, you are shooting for the full hour! Plus bat walks and more.
Moors Valley Country Park
There is something for everyone…whether you want to enjoy a peaceful walk or cycle ride through the Forest, experience a ride on an authentic narrow-gauge steam train or even Go Ape on a high wire forest adventure swinging through the tree tops.
The magnificent Elizabethen Manor House and Countryside Museum overlooking the Avon Valley on the edge of the New Forest are open for visitors from April until the end of October. Set in its own beautiful parkland amid surrounding farms and fields, the grandeur and magnificence of the house has changed little over the past 400 years.
The Roman villa once stood in the centre of a large farming estate, and is the largest known villa in the area. Its history spans the period from the Iron Age to the 5th century AD.
A family owned business set in approximately 50 acres catering for horse riders of all ages and abilities. From the yard ride out in to the New Forest along many different trails with spectacular views of the beautiful countryside.
Housed in an old granary. Fordingbridge museum's main source of artefacts came from the late John Shering, who over a period of 30 years accumulated about 9,000 pieces of local history in his attic.
New Forest Water Park
Set in 50 acres of beautiful New Forest countryside and lakes, there's something for everyone.
Hyde Parish Council
The local council website can be found below, which contains all local events and activities in and around Frogham and Hyde.