Penn Wood is owned and managed by the Woodland Trust and is 436 acres adjoining Common Wood to the North and East. It is one of the largest semi-natural ancient woodland and wood pasture in the Chilterns, is rich in wildlife and flora including at least 10 plants not commonly found in the county. It has a good bird population and a number of nationally scarce invertebrates. It includes the remains of an ancient beech and a veteran oak, along with a scattering of trees dating back more than 200 years.
Kings Wood, like Common Wood and Penn Wood, was once part of Wycombe Heath. 185 acres, about a mile long and shaped rather like a seal, Kings Wood is located on the South West side of Tylers Green. It is owned by Chepping Wycombe Parish Council which, with great foresight, bought it in 1922 for £850. Local people, including school children, contributed.
A small wood located in Elm Road between Rays Lane and New Road. It was generously donated to P&TGRS in 2007 for the benefit of the community by the Millar family in memory of their parents Sir Oliver and his wife Delia. Some initial thinning has been carried out. The wood has a range of broadleaf and larch with ivy ground cover.
The wood was a small parcel of land created by the Inclosure of 1855 and became the property of Yonder Lodge opposite, the owners of which planted most of the big trees. During the Victorian period a cottage existed at the bottom end.
The boundary ditch between the parishes of Penn and Chepping Wycombe can be seen from Elm Road, just inside the wood.
Located to the south of Kings Wood alongside Cock Lane, it is 35 acres and one of the 19 woodland and nature conservation sites that Wycombe District Council own and manage. It once reached to the railway line but by 1824 much of the wood had been felled and "grubbed out" for agriculture and the fields created were known as "Grubbings". Only the central area of the original wood has remained wooded throughout the centuries and is today identified by typical ancient woodland plants such as Wood Spurge, Sweet Woodruff and Dogs Mercury.