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.
Category: Dog Walks
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
Harlestone Firs is one of the more popular locations for Northampton residents to walk their dog. To be honest it’s somewhere I’ve only visited a few times previously, usually when I feel like the dogs will benefit from a change to their routine. Harlestone Firs – The Positives So where exactly is Harlestone Firs? From
For this the first in a series of reviews about places to walk dogs I wanted to focus on Bradlaugh Fields. It’s become one of my favourite places to walk the dog in Northamptonshire along with Hunsbury Hill. If you are a local maybe it’s one of your favourite places too? If so feel free