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The Royal Oak, Richmond Park

Hannah Solloway

The Royal Oak, Richmond Park

Location: Richmond Park (near Pen Ponds)

Region: London & the South East

Grid Ref: TQ193731

Owner / Manager: The Royal Parks

Access: Public access

There are around 1,300 veteran trees in Richmond Park recorded on the Ancient Tree Inventory, and around 320 of these are ancient. One of the most impressive of these is the Royal Oak, which can be found near Pen Ponds and is estimated to be around 750 years old.

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  • Karina says:
    Posted November 01, 2018 at 7:07 am

    I am looking for beech trees are there any in Richmond Park if so where?

  • Anthony says:
    Posted December 05, 2019 at 8:42 pm

    There is a wonderful old beech on Wimbledon Common. It must have been coppiced a few hundred years ago. Ask the Rangers for help in finding it. It is basically southish of Queen’s Mere on the golf course.


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