Adams wood, an ancient and semi natural woodland site, is situated at Frieth, Buckinghamshire. It extends to 12.1 hectares in size and has a south-easterly aspect. It lies on the edge of a dry valley, with good views over the Chilterns. It adjoins other Ancient and semi natural woodland, a proportion of which has been recently (past 5 years) felled and replanted. It has pasture to the south and north with the field to the north completely surrounded by woodland. It is owned by the Woodland Trust.
There is evidence of ancient earthworks in the wood. These have been surveyed by John Morris of the Chilterns Woodland Project.
No sealed paths. Dogs allowed under supervision.