This is a lovely walk through Stonor park and then across local countryside back to the car parking.
It’s approximately 4.5 miles and around 2.5hours at a leisurely pace.
The whole route is dog friendly, and with some off-lead opportunities.
Parking is available in the lay-by opposite the entrance to Stonor Park.
View the route here:
Another shorter walk today! Around 4 miles, or an hour and a half leisurely walk!
It can be extended at the end by approximately a mile by continuing past Tundry pond and around Dogmersfield Park.
Great walk with a dog, with a lovely section running alongside the Basingstoke Canal – There is one awkward Stile with dogs, however a section of fence can be lifted offering plenty of space even for bigger dogs.
There is plenty of parking available at the start, and there is a pub just opposite.
A dog-friendly walk recommendation today, at nearby Finchampstead!
Approximately 4.5 miles, and just over 2 hours walk at a leisurely pace.
There are two lakes and a long stretch of River that are perfect for dogs who like to have a swim or dive!
Free parking is available at Simon’s Wood, or alternatively at Moor Green Lakes for a different start/end position.
For a shorter walk, then just Simon’s Wood and Lake are great even with a Stroller!
Another dog-friendly walk recommendation today!
Approximately 6 miles or 3 hours at a leisurely pace – takes in forests, fields and lakes!
Very dog friendly route, with plenty of water access for water-loving dogs!
There is one short section alongside a busy road, however there is a reasonably wide verge.
Free parking at the start, however it can get busy so would recommend avoiding the busy midday rush.
We took a lovely trip to the Savill Garden for a nice 5 mile circular route down around Virginia Water.
We took around 3.5 hours, however this involved tons of swimming opportunities for Enzo!
Despite the area being very busy due to the weather, the areas are very large and as such it was very easy to avoid people. Many opportunities for Enzo to run off-lead as well as a result.
There is free parking just around the corner from the entrance to the Savill Garden Coach Parking, however it can get filled up fairly quickly.
Definitely recommend, but would say to do it early morning or late afternoon in order avoid the heat and the crowds.