Warren Wood is directly south of Clophill. It runs from the south side of the A507 to the Clophill roundabout and straddles the A6 Bedford to Luton road. It is part of the original Clophill Warren that was part of Cainhoe Manor and where the harvesting of rabbits provided a livelihood for the warreners for centuries.
The wood is now a quiet spot for walkers, dog walkers and off road cyclists. There is a wide avenue running through it that formed the old route that Clophill workers would have followed to the Wrest Park estate at Silsoe, half a mile to the south, where many of them worked. The avenue has an impressive line of trees almost running the full distance from the north to the south end of the wood.
in the height of the summer when the leaves are full the entrances both at the clophill and Silsoe end are quite well grown, so keep your eyes out for the public footpath signs and the well weathered stiles at the end of Causeway after crossing the A507 and near the north junction for Silsoe itself.
Please note: Some of the paths leading in and out of the wood can be uneven, so take care.