South Cubbington Wood is an ancient semi-natural woodland 1km to the East of Cubbington.
North Cubbington wood is adjacent to the north across the B4453. These woods are an outlying part of the Princethorpe Woodlands.
South Cubbington wood is an excellent example of a traditional Warwickshire woodland. It is surrounded by an intact boundary ditch and ridge and contains old coppice stools of Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) and Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis). In the North East of the wood there is a high density of vigorous Hazel (Corylus avellana) stools; coppicing appears to have been practiced here relatively recently. Unfortunately, the wood is under direct threat of bisection by HS2.