Tag Archives: Country Park

New Year, New Dog Walk.

Check out the ‘Dog Walk Search Map‘ and find a new place to explore with your dog!

Find new places for your daily dog walks.  With Country parks, woodlands, local parks, and coastal paths all waiting to be explored, the search map can show what’s nearest to your location.  A growing number of locations have also been reviewed giving you additional information on facilities available, walking routes and 360 degree photos so you know what to expect on your arrival.

Also New for 2017 – Share your favourite walk with others by adding your own Paw Print marker to the ‘Search Map’ !

Can’t find your favourite walks on our map?  Then why not add your own Paw Print marker to the ‘search map’ so everyone can enjoy and explore your walk(s).

It’s easy to do.  Just head over to the ‘Dog Walk Search Map‘ and fill out the form at the bottom of the page giving as much information as possible.  If you would like your name to be credited to the marker please leave your name and where you are from in the ‘Marker Description’ box. Once we have approved your marker it will appear on the ‘Search Map’ for everyone to find.

We look forward to adding your paw print markers and making the Search Map the go to map for dog walks.

https://www.outwiththedog.co.uk/dog-walk-search/

Happy dog walking!

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Ranscombe Farm Reserve

I’ve driven past the car park for Ranscombe Farm on numerous occasions and have never thought twice about stopping.  It is located just off the M2 junction 2 on the A228 heading towards Cuxton.  Well today we fancied a change so we decided to investigate.  We parked up in the small car park at the entrance next to the busy A228 and was a bit apprehensive as to what to expect.  The notice board showed a map of the reserve which looked like it covered a rather large area of fields and woodland.  We started our walk by making our way along the road, through the entrance and up the hill.  At the top we were pleasantly surprised at how quiet it was with only the rumble of trains to be heard in the distance.  Following the well marked footpaths and using the map produced by Plantlife (download a copy by clicking here) we walked across fields, through woods and up and down hills.  Our walk lasted about 2.5 hours and with the sun shining we had a very enjoyable walk.  We will definitely be going back to explore some of the other paths in the coming weeks.