The Racecourse Northampton is the closest place to our house for walking dogs. As new dog owners we did use it for a few months until we found other places that we and our dog Archie preferred. The Racecourse Northampton – A hugely popular space for local residents There is no doubt that The Racecourse
Category: Dog Walks
Sywell Country Park is one of a number of country parks in Northamptonshire. Situated to the east of Northampton centre it’s a popular location with dog owners with good reason. Sywell Country Park – Parking and Facilities Sywell country park is well served by a couple of car parks, an upper and lower one. Charges
Salcey Forest is one of Northampton’s most popular green spaces and makes a great place to walk dogs. Situated about 7 miles to the south of Northampton it’s relatively quiet during the week but can be busy at weekends. Salcey Forest – Facilities The main car park is well signposted as you approach Salcey Forest.
Hunsbury Hill Country Park is somewhere I’ve visited only twice. Despite this I really think it’s one of my favourite dog walking locations in Northampton, along with Bradlaugh Fields. In this article I will give more detail about the location and try to explain why I think it rates so highly. Hunsbury Hill Country Park
One of my most visited dog walking locations after Bradlaugh Fields is Delapre Abbey Northampton. In the following article I assess what appeal it has for dog owners, highlighting the pros and cons as I see them. Delapre Abbey – Historic place to walk your dog Turning off the A508 London Road, you follow a
A location Ewelina and I like to visit with Archie our Border Collie is Pitsford Reservoir, also sometimes referred to as Pitsford Water Park. It’s situated a short distance to the north of Northampton and is well signposted as you get near. The entrance I normally use is actually known as Brixworth Country Park where