Some of our favourite dog walks around Bradford-on-Avon, North Bradley and surrounding areas!
With a mixture of gorgeous habitats to explore around North Bradley and Bradford-on-Avon our dogs will never get bored! If you would like your dog to join us on any of these walks please get in touch! These are some of our favourites..
Walk #1 The Kennet and Avon Canal Path
Walk #2 Corsham Court and Lake
Walk #3 Slaughterford
Walk #4 Box Woods
Walk #5 Woods and Fields around Neston
Walk #6 Hilperton
Walk #7 Green Lane Woods, Trowbridge
Walk #8 Clanger and Picket Woods, Trowbridge
Walk #9 Southwick Country Park
Walk #10 North Bradley
A gorgeous dog walk along the towpath that stretches all the way from Reading to Bath. The dog walk passes through Bradford-on-Avon and is a good flat path for buggies and wheelchairs too.
A great dog walk near Corsham with plenty of variation for your dogs. There are parts with water, woods and fields. You are able to let your dogs off in parts but just be careful to keep them on the lead and under control when sheep are present. There is a free car park too!
Not far from Corsham, a dog walk with lots of variety- woods, fields and a little beach with a pond for dogs to play in. Lots of great places for some off lead playtime and some lovely dog friendly pubs in the area too to make a day of it!
Not far from Corsham and Atworth, with some incredible views stretching over Bath and Box, this is a beautiful dog walk through bridlepaths and woods. Occasionally livestock are present in fields along the way so please remember to keep dogs on the lead and under control for everyone’s safety.
A quiet, pretty dog walk around Neston, between Corsham and Atworth. Lots of places to let your dogs have a run off the lead but please keep them close and under control re is plenty of wildlife in the area.
Near Trowbridge. Lots of fields for racing around and exploring. Dogs are allowed off lead for a good run. Easy, free parking however ensure that you are not blocking entrances and access to the nearby homes.
A very pretty and mixed habitat walk with wooded areas, footpaths, fields and a pond. It is a nature reserve so all dogs should be on the lead. Be very wary of the variety of wildlife here especially the ground nesting birds. Dogs can run off lead in the Country park area.
Large woodland with flat paths making it very popular with families. A small stream for cooling off in. Some open fields with footpaths where dogs can stretch their legs!
Lots of fields for dogs to have a good run and a river and pond too to cool off in. Space to walk away from other dogs should your dog prefer a bit more peaceful walk.
Pretty walk through fields and bridle ways. Lots of space for dogs to explore and easy parking too. The walk can be as short or as long as you wish and different routes can be taken for a bit of variation.
Responsible Dog WalkingWhen visiting these beautiful places please remember to be respectful of others who are visiting and the environment. Our Top Tips for responsible dog walking are:-
- Pick up dog mess in a bag and either take it home or to a dog mess bin.
- Only let your dog off lead if it can be effectively controlled around people and other dogs.
- Keep your dog on the lead and under control if livestock are close by.
- Keep your dog on the lead if there is signage or you are instructed to do so by a park warden.