An area of woodland north-west of the city centre, close to Grenoside. Wheata Wood is an ancient semi-natural woodland. It contains bridle paths and trails and a rich heritage of archaeological features. The wood is supported by The Grenoside Conservation Society. Admission and opening times Wheata Wood is open at all times and there is no admission charge. Features and facilities bridle paths and trails Trans Pennine Trail archaeological features including a scheduled ancient monument wildlife bird watching picnic table parking is available near the Woodhead Road entrance to Wharncliffe Woods and Wheata Wood Getting to the park The main entrance is off Woodhead Road.