Rowhill Nature Reserve covers 55 acres on the Aldershot-Farnham border and was once part of a private estate that produced timber and bricks. Signs of both of these old industries are still in evidence.
It has mostly mixed deciduous woodland and working coppice and is also the source of the River Blackwater.
As well as the deciduous woodland, which is noted for its bluebells in spring, a diverse range of other habitats can be found including:
The copse is popular with families and local dog walkers, featuring a network of paths through the reserve and a large field, part of which is maintained as a natural meadow.