Thursley Common is a National Nature Reserve and one of the largest remaining fragments of heathland in Surrey.
There are large areas of open dry heathland, peat bogs, pine and deciduous woodlands. Over 20 species of dragonflies and damselflies can be found here together with the array of birdlife.
Unfortunately most of the 1.3k of boardwalk was consumed by wildfires in May 2020 and are hoped to be replaced in 2021. But don't worry the wildlife is still there and thriving as always that can be accessed by the numerous footpaths across the reserve.