Hatton Locks

Hatton Locks

Hatton Locks is a flight of 21 locks known as the 'stairway to heaven' spanning 2 miles (3.2km). The walk can be extended at either end, continuing along the Grand Union Canal. Benches along the towpath provide picturesque resting spots. Half a dozen picnic tables can be found next to the car park or combine this walk with a visit to the Hatton Arms Pub.

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River Meadow Dog Walking

River Meadow Dog Walking

River Meadow is set in the village of Clifford Chambers. Set in 7.5acres of countryside, the land is divided into four areas, three of which are dog friendly. Dog owners are able to walk the boundary of the River Stour, the perfect spot if your pup likes muddy paws. Please ensure dogs are up to date with vaccinations and insurance. The walk is on private land and there is a small entrance fee.

Haywood

Haywood

Haywood Woods is a hidden treasure nestled away near the stunning village of Rowington. The secluded woodlands offers peace and tranquillity and a beautiful natural backdrop. There are several different paths to take as well as off-piste open spaces to discover. There is a layby offering space for roughly 15 cars, picnic tables scattered around and homemade dens for children to explore. A popular location for dog walks, plenty of muddy puddles and different scents to sniff out. An ideal pitstop when visiting Tom O' The Wood.

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Foundry Wood

Foundry Wood

Foundry Woods is a lovely spot for the whole family. This hidden little piece of nature in Leamington Spa is ideal for children and dogs, as long as they’re happy to kept on the lead. Explore the woodland and follow the flattened path leading around the forest, or go off-piste and discover the forestry school’s dens and seating areas. There is parking available opposite and the muddy walk can be combined with a trip to Victoria Park.

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Crackley Wood

Crackley Wood

Crackley Woods is a great walk for you and your dog. Located in Kenilworth, this peaceful 14 hectares of woodland is the ideal spot for a muddy stroll. A flat path leads you around the reserve, or alliteratively you can explore the more rustic, untouched routes and follow your dog’s nose as they sniff out shaded paths and grassy opening clearings. There are several layby’s surrounding the woodlands offering space for parking and alternative entrances leading you into the forest. The space is tranquil, unspoilt and popular with dog walkers. It’s an ideal pit stop when visiting Kenilworth Castle and can be combined nicely with a drink or two at the Clarendon Arms.

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Turkey Farm Walk

Turkey Farm Walk

Turkey Farm is set in the village of Hatton. Roughly 2miles in distance, this beautiful walk is perfect for four-legged friends. A towpath leads you over the fields from Hatton Park up to the farm house, through the farm and down to Beausale Lane. On street parking is available on the estate. Dogs are to be kept on the lead or well controlled to as not to disturb farm life. Succumb to nature and surround yourself in this scenic locale, look out over fields and let your dog explore new surroundings.

Oakley Woods

Oakley Woods

Oakley Woods, near Bishops Tachbrook is a beautiful and serene piece of nature. This 116 acre plantation woodland allows you to escape from the busy world outside. Free parking is available at the crematorium and toilets are also accessible during crematorium opening times. This piece of countryside is one of the largest accessible woodlands. There are several different routes you can take depending on how long you have to enjoy the peace and tranquillity. The beautiful backdrop makes for an exciting and muddy walk for you and your pup.

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