It is one of the greatest extraordinary tracts of unenclosed field land, heathland and timberland in the strongly populated south east of England.
It covers southwest Hampshire and connects into southeast Wiltshire and towards east Dorset.
The name in like manner insinuates the New Forest National Park which has relative breaking points.
Likewise, the New Forest neighborhood government locale is a subdivision of Hampshire which covers most of the Forest and some near to areas, regardless of the way that it isn't any longer the orchestrating expert for the National Park itself.
There are ious towns spotted around the district and a couple of private groups in the Forest and around its edges.