Buckland Rings map
Buckland Rings is a multivallate hill fort dating from the Iron Age period - 4th century BC to 1st century AD - early historians thought it was Roman. It has well preserved triple banks and double ditches but it may have started out with a single bank and ditch system.

This type of site is rare in lowland areas and as such is the best preserved and most important in the Hampshire/Dorset basin. The east side which contained the entrance was partly ploughed up in the mid 18th century and in the present century two houses were built inside the west end near where the outer bank has been lost along Sway Road.
New Forest District Council