England Dogging Locations
Bath – Just off the M4 Junction for the city Bath you will find a rest stop. Behind this place is a wooded area that serves as an England dogging location during the night.
Aust Wharf - Nr Severn Bridge. The action happens near the bridge at the end of the road.
Old wharf passage come off the motorway by Aust and head towards Avonmouth. Get in right hand lane on dual carriage way and turn right towards vineyard carry on down road over hill and you come to a long unlit straight.
Barrow in furness Isolated car parks at the south end of walney island.
Barton - Up the A6 past Barton, turn left at pub. Go up the road for two miles, follow track on left for one mile.
Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre There is a Car Park to the right near the woods.
Backwell Lake. It is just off station road, next to the rail station between Blackwell and Nailsea.
Bristol Castel Farm road. Drive just off Abotts road in Hanham and you will find the Bristol Castel Farm road. There is a picnic area at the bottom of the road.
Bristol A166 Layby. The Laby is just after the Dunnington turn off.
Bristol Zoo. From the M5: J17 take the A4018 then follow brown elephant signs. From Bristol City Centre: follow the brown elephant signs and/or signs to Clifton. Park your car at the North car park on Clifton Down and walk to the common opposite it for a good dogging spot in England.
Bristol Airport area. Drive past the airport and turn right towards chew magna, left into Felton Road little car park there.
Bristol Downs: As you drive up the hill onto Downs via road almost opposite Zoo, turn left at top of hill. Follow the road around the bend to the right and then continue straight. After 3 more bends you will find threes to your left. You can walk from here to the picnic benches, one of the best places to dog in the UK.
Bristol Moorend - Near Downend Near to old hill fort, pull in near wooded area.
Swinford picnic site. Swinford is on the Bath to Bristol road. Turn just past the Swan Pub, over the cattle grid and up the farm track into the picnic site.
Buckden - Grafham Water near Buckden, just off the A1. This reservoir has a number of car-parks/picnic areas around it, accessed on the B661 west of the A1 from Buckden roundabout.
Collum Lane Weston super mare-sand bay- kewstoke- worle.
Sand Point nr weston-super-mare Sand Point in Sand bay not far from weston-super-mare head for sand bay follow the road through.
Ham Hill Southpetherton of A303 Sommerset Ham Hill off A303 between Yoevil and Ilminster turn off at south petherton.
Huckers Bow Car Park Situated in Collum Lane, Sand Bay. Head towards Woodspring priory then turn at the end of the road towards the farm. You will go through a metal gate into a car park.
Tog Hill. From Bath follow the A46 towards the M4. At first roundabout turn left then take the first right and look out for a sign on your left that says picnic area.
Tonbridge – Hayesden From the bottom of Quarry Hill, go west at first roundabout and proceed along Brook Street past the college. Take a right turn towards the Haysden Country Park. Go past the entrance and immediately after passing under the A21 fly-over bridge, turn right into a small, discreet car-park.back to top
RAF Chicksands, off the A600 Bedford to Shefford road. Approaching from Bedford, take the right turn to what was RAF Chicksands. About two hundred and fifty yards on the left is a car-park which has a number of pull-ins.
Priory Country Park. Find Barkers Lane at the park entrance. Turn in and follow the road down, and just before you get to the circle car park there's a turning to the left which will take you into a car park hidden from the centre.
Clophill Layby. Go towards Bedford on the A6 and you will find the lay-by.
Biggleswade Off Potton Road down to Furzenhall Road, carry on going until you reach fields on the left and right. Follow this for a while until you see a turning on the right and you're there.
Brogborough Very close to J13 of the M1 on the A421 travelling in the direction of Bedford from the Motorway. On entering the site drive up the service road and keep going past the entrance to the site proper. At the end of the service road is a path leading straight on. Take this, and on the left are fields, and on the right are woods. You’ve reached your destination a doggers hot spot in England.
Buckden Grafham Water near Buckden is just off the A1. Use the east car-park it is near a model farm.
Dunstable National Park. This is the highest point in England. It is situated on Dunstable Road, Whipsnade.Try any of the car-parks .Parking off both B4540, Bison Hill and B4541 Dunstable Downs, and at Whipsnade Tree Cathedral and Crossroads.
For a fabulous England dogging location go to the end of Finway Road, off Dallow Road, in an industrial site.
Sharpenhoe Clappers near Streatley, Luton. Turn off A6 towards Streatley, at the end of the road opposite the Chequers Pub turn right and then at T junction turn right again. Go past some houses on the left and about half a mile further on there is a small car park with two entrances.
Sandy East of Sandy on the B1042 Road to Potton. At the Locomotive pub turn Turn left into a narrow road past Deepdale Water Gardens, which leads into woods adjacent to the entrance to Sandy Heath TV mast. Beyond here the track continues as a bridle-way through to the Sandy to Everton road. The bridle-way section at the north end is often used for discreet daytime meetings.
Woburn Between Bedford and Milton Keynes. Go west on B5130 at Woburn Sands double mini-roundabout, towards Woburn for about half a mile. Turn right into woods (red sign for Woburn Golf Club). Main car-park (locked at night) is some way on the right. Further on (a long way) past the Golf Club and radio mast on left, there is a small car-park on the right, going down the hill into Bow Brickhill.back to top
Aldridge An old airport is now the ideal outdoor sex venue. The entrance is on the a4154 in Aldridge.
Aldridge Empire Industrial Estate. Park just outside unit 31 on the Industrial Estate.
Cannon Hill Park, Moseley This is the flagship park of Birmingham. The park has two lakes, rowing boat facilities, tennis, fishing and a host of activities particularly during the summer months. The park is on the river Rea off Edgbaston Road. As you go in the main entrance off the Edgbaston Road, keep going through the car park to the right. All the way to the end, is a secluded area, lots of trees/bushes.
Stourbridge Highgate common near stourbridge - lots of car parks.
Marston Green The car park is directly behind the Marston Green train station but you need to go up by the old wine lodge and round into Elmdon lane.
Bournville Rowheath Park, The entrance is off Oakfarm road. For a great night of lovemaking, go to the car park or the pavilion that is just walking distance away.
Selly Oak Park under bridge off Harborne lane entrance.
Sheldon Country Park This 96-acre working farm brings the country right to city dwellers. It is on Ragley Drive, Sheldon and you will find lots of secluded spots surrounded by trees.
Stone bridge island a452 stone bridge island a452 towards balsall common, duel carridgeway to next island, round the island and go back towards stonebridge island, last lay-by.
Sutton Park Birmingham's largest park, covering 2,400 acres consisting of woodlands, heathlands and wetlands is only 6 miles away from the heart of the city. You will find the main entrance on Park Road. The car-park, situated at the visitor centre, is used by couples at nighttime.
Uffmore lane - Halesowen Turn left off by-pass onto uffmoor, follow road for a short while up the hill and there is a car park on the left.
West Bromwich (Sandwell Country Park) placed by brummieguy1964 To get to the Sandwell Valley Country Park you need to take the M5 junction 1. Follow the signs for Birmingham, past the WBA FC on your right. Take the first left and follow the road for 1 mile through forest. After 500 yards you will see the car-park signs.back to top
Ascot The Valley Gardens, looking towards Virginia Waters, is a great dogging spot on the North Bank of the Main Lake. There are car parks adjacent to Wick Lane Gate and on the A30 near Virginia Water village and the Wheatsheaf Hotel.
Maidenhead The Thicket car-park is in a discreet wooded area. You'll find it on Pinkneys GreenGreen, Maidenhead.
Newbury Greenham Common, lots of lay-bys for evening fun.
Prospect Park in Tilehurst a part of Reading in Berkshire, is a nice secluded park for dogging.
Aviation Museum in Mohawk Way (off The Bader Way) you will find a small car-park that is very active at night time.
Twyford Station, in Reading is on Station Road. The secluded car park is the perfect dogging spot in the night time.
Ambarrow Court between Crowthorne & Sandhurst on the A321 Wokingham Road.
Black Park on the Slough to Uxbridge Road has got action happening in the car-park and in the surrounding lanes to the park.
Church Lane just off Stoke Poges Lane, a large unlit car park great for car fun.
Thatcham You'll find a wood right across Thatcham. It is on the back road to Bucklebury/Chapel Row.
Windsor Great Parks. A large car-park on left from Windsor, and the last car-park on the right.
Next to Windsor Racecourse in the park by the River Thames just past Windsor Lad pub.back to top
Near Milton Keynes between Bow Brickhill and Woburn Sands you will find the main car park.
Carpark between Bedford and Milton Keynes. Go west on B5130 at Woburn Sands double mini-roundabout, towards Woburn Golf Club for about half a mile. Turn right into woods and you will find main car-park will be on your right.
Cockshoots Wood - On A413 between Wendover and Great Missenden. It is on your left hand side as you head from Great Missenden to Wendover. The lane is quite long and very narrow and the car-park is right at the end.
Cublington Spinney Picnic Area. Between Stewkley and Dunton, Bucks . Follow the road from Cublington there is a sign post for Dunton also there is a car-park/bird watching site on the Cublington road.
Salcey Forest picnic area and surrounding car-parks is about five miles from Northampton town itself. Leave M1 at A508 (not M1 J13 I think) and head west. Take little road on left straight after Motorway junction. Follow this road a mile or so to 'T' junction. Turn right, the forest is about two miles away on your left.
Raans Field off the A404 in Amersham. At the top of Stanley Hill take Raans road, on next left there is a large area on the left of this field.
Ashgrove picnic site on the A413 between Amersham and Great Missenden, the right turn is well signposted.
Picnic carpark on the A4146 (Leighton Buzzard to Bletchley road), just above the Three Locks pub.
Car park off the A421 going from Milton Keynes to Buckingham on right hand side just before you enter Buckingham.
On the A421 out of Buckingham towards Tingewick; turn left at the Buckingham Business park sign (towards the refuse tip) and then turn right at the top of the road.
A picnic area near Aldbury. From Ivinghoe pass the old windmill and bear left for the road to Aldbury. A Large picnic area is on right at the brow of the hill.
Apsley Woods, near Milton Keynes between Bow Brickhill and Woburn Sands. The main car-park closes at night, but there's another one further down the road (toward Bow Brickhill village).
Stony Stratford nature area, off Queen Eleanor Street, take access road down side of water treatment plant into car-park.
Cublington Spinney and Kingsbridge Picnic Area between Stewkley and Dunton.
Shipton layby. As you drive out of Winslow on the A413 towards Aylesbury, the lay-by is on your right about 200mtrs down the hill.back to top
Billingham, Middlesborough. A lay-by in the North-East near Middlesborough on the A19 just outside of Billingham.
Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park. This is a new area of woodland within the Tees Forest and is located on the edge of Billingham. You'll find it by turning off the A1185 Seal Sands Link Road.
Great Ayton, Middlesborough - Car-park just outside of Great Ayton. The car-park is located at Newton-under-Roseberry, just outside of Great Ayton near Middlesborough.
Cotham – the sand dunes Access to the area is via the A1085 trunk road, left at the lights at Loke Park, to the roundabout, left here through Warrenby, right at the next roundabout, follow the road 'til you find several cars parked at the road side, park there and the walk into the dunes.
Adwick le street come off the A1 at Wakfield turn off. Follow signs for Adwick le street and you will find the big lay-by. There is a grave yard on your left.
Seaton Carew - Seal Sands. This car park is set right back off the main road, just outside Seaton Carew.
Normanby Flatts Lane country Park, just up from Normanby high street.
Gateshead nr High Level Bridge high level bridge,turn left just before bridge, follow road down to river, small car park.
Great Ayton, Middlesborough Car-park just outside of Great Ayton. The car-park is located at Newton-under-Roseberry, just outside of Great Ayton near Middlesborough.
Long Newtown Nature reserve car park between eaglescliffe and long Newton.
Nr Jedburgh Lay-by on A696 two or three miles north of Newcastle Airport, in the general direction of Jedburgh. Just pass the HIGHLANDER pub on left and turn at the next lay-by.
A19 north of A689 secluded lay-by on A19 just north of A689 turn off Osmotherly lots of couples action on moors between Osmotherly (just off A19) and Swainby - big car park up there.
Hartlepool secluded lay-by on a689 hartlepool, travelling towards h/pool road b4 greatham turnoff.back to top
Alderley Edge The popular Wizard car-park now appears to be closed at night, so try the layby on the road in the woods down the lane opposite.
The main car-park (National Trust) at Alderley Edge near Wilmslow.
Birchwood Forest Birchwood Forest Park car-park after about 9pm.
Broxton Picnic area, off A41 Broxton roundabout.
Burtonwood Burtonwood (near Warrington) - from Burtonwood services (eastbound) go across the motorway on the service road that leads to the other service area, then straight over the new min roundabout and take first left (Wrights Lane). Follow this road until it bears round to the right and there is a track that leads down away from the lane.
Caerphilly Mountain Go up Thorn Hill road following signs for Caerphilly. Go past crem over rounderbout keep going till you get to top of the A469. The road forks left at at phone box and turns into a country lane where you will find the car parks.
Cosmeston Lakes Country Park Over 90ha of lakes, woodlands and meadows open to the public all year around.5 miles west of Cardiff. The main entrance is 1.5 miles south of Penarth town centre on the B4267 Lavernock Road to Sully. It is only 15 minites from the M4.
Whitchurch Forrest farm Go downhill along Velindre road past the rugby club. Road bends to right and there you will find the car park on you right hand side.
Congleton Mow Cop Castle is located south of Congleton, Cheshire, off the A34 Congleton to Stoke road. From the A34 road to reach Mow Cop you pass Morton Fisheries and Macclesfield canal.
Castle Coch - Leave M4 at J32, turn left onto A470 towards Merthyr Tydfil. Take first exit off A470, turn right at roundabout, left in village, (well signposted all the way). Go past the entrance to the castle; continue up the lane for a mile or so. As the lane bends sharply to the right, turn left into car-park signposted as Forest Fawr.
Crewe Park (Queens Park). Follow the A50 to Crewe Station and carry on the road, just follow the signs.
Delamere On the B5152 Delamere station just before you come over bridge past the station there is a little road on your right. You'll see all the other cars there at nighttime.
Gayton A very good spot at the car-park off Station Road right down on the front.
Newport Asda Store- Drive past Tredegar Park, store is further up (easy to find), drive to the back of the car park, away from the front of the store
Parkgate The car-park by the Boathouse Hotel. You'll find it on the Parade, Parkgate, Neston, Merseyside.
Stockport Tiviot Way Junction 27 anti clockwise just off M60. Come off and veer left about 120 yards up on the right hand side under the barrier. Car-park at the back.
SOUND common car park A rural deserted car with plenty of space.
St. Mellons, Cardiff, - Lakeside Car Park Go down Cypress Drive (past Heron Marsh Pub on the left), go straight across mini roundabout and car park is first road on the left.back to top
Brampton Village, near Huntingdon - River Lane
Grafham Water, near Buckden – You'll find it just off the A1 and you can use the car-park.
Grafton –The main car-park near Grafton is just off the A14 at Huntingdon.
Ferry Meadows, Peterborough - Adjacent to the Nene Valley railway station off the A605 is a car-park and picnic area.
Southey Woods, near Peterborough – You'll find it just of the A1. Nice secluded area surrounded by woods.
Castor Splash Lane Castor. Take the slip road off the A47.
Head into Castor village, downhill, round a bend. Splash Lane on left (Post for Recreation centre). Follow lane to end. You will find a dirt track with an area off to the right, nature trails, etc.
Grafham Water, situated between Huntingdon and St. Neots, just off the A1 (near Buckden).
Huntingdon Brampton Village, near Huntingdon - River Lane, nights only but plenty of couples, both in cars and on roadside.
Little Paxton Nature Reserve. You will find it just off the A1 near St. Neots. Look out for the car-park.
Magog Down Follow the A1307 to Haverhill from Cambridge, and after the Magog roundabout follow the road to Haverhill. Just before the hill take a right then first left and you will find the car-park.
Peterborough Ferry Meadows, Peterborough. Adjacent to the Nene Valley railway station off the A605 is a car-park and picnic area.
Whittlesey New road pit at end of new road, turn left over stile keep walking left through woods hang aboout.
Coe Lane Godmanchester Very quite country lane no one around come off a14 from huntingdon at godmanchester turn left at round about then immediate left follow lane right down to dead end.
Linton Down the village college drive, Very quiet with large meadows/playing fields for outdoor summer fun.back to top
Alderley Edge - The main car-park (National Trust) at Alderley Edge near Wilmslow.
Congleton - The small wood at the rear of Bosley Cloud near Congleton.
Little Budworth - There is a small car-park at Little Budworth near Oulton Park.back to top
St. Austell The nudist beach is on Carlyon Bay, St. Austell. Park at the Coliseum car-park and then go past the Coliseum and right along to the end along a path that you will see, to the end of the beach.
Callington Kit Hill Country Park is in the area between Callington and the River Tamar in Southest Cornwall. Dogging happens behind the fort.
Grampound. The lay-by just outside Grampound,part of the old A390. Lots of action on cars bonnets.
Hayle Between Portreath and Hayle coast road, pull in lay-bys looking out over the sea.
Kilkhampton Try the Lay-by on the A39 between Kilkhampton and Bude.
Torpoint The Wacker Quay Pub car park is next to the river.back to top
Brampton A69 between Warwick Bridge and Brampton there is a picnic area.
Carlisle The waste site on Bousteads Grassing, Carlisle is a popular spot.back to top
Derby Markeaton Park. Two main car-parks off the A38 in Derby, and behind them a smaller rear car-park.
Ashfield - Car-park near Kirkby.
Matlock - High Ordish Picnic Site, off Matlock Alfreton Road.
Clay Cross Hardwick Park Turn of the M1 at junction 29 towards Clay Cross. Approx. 5 miles and then turn left and follow signs to Hardwick Park.
Buxton A car-park down near the Goyt Valley Reservior. Take the Goyt Valley turn off at the Buxton end of Longhill and follow the road for about half a mile.
Chesterfield Linacre Reservoir car-park. From Chesterfield take Newbold Road for a while and then take the left to Cutthorpe. Follow a winding country road for a mile or so to the entrance of the Reservoir on the left.
Clay Cross Hardwick Park. Turn of the M1 at junction 29 towards Clay Cross. Approx. 5 miles and then turn left and follow signs to Hardwick Park.
Matlock High Ordish Picnic Site, off Matlock Alfreton Road. Drive up Slack Hill near Matlock and turn right at the top, and then 200 yards on your right there is a signpost for a picnic area.
Willington Go out of willington on Twyford road and take second left past the old power station, then after a few 100 yards is a small lane on the right (sign posted to Arleston) and up there are a few lay-bys that are used for dogging.
Holme Moss Holme Moss is situated on the Derbys/W.Yorks border, on the Woodhead and Holmfirth road. There is a car park on the summit.
Alport Height A remote beauty spot open 24-7. It is found between Wirksworth and Belper, 4 miles west of Ambergate. The hill is easily identifiable by the radio masts that crown the summit. There is one entrance to the site on the Spout-Bolehill road. The entrance is marked by a National Trust sign, and there is a gravel drive that splits in two. Visit either the upper car park or the lower car-park.back to top
Exmouth Littleham Dogging Goes On Between 10pm And 4 am at weekends follow signs for littleham and sandy bay head for gore lane cars parked in small lay-by Rating: 3.33
Tiverton Laby on A396. Take the A396 Tiverton to Bampton road just pust the Bolham Laby. Keep on the left lane of the lay-by and it will take you to a field and a river.
Walls Hill, Babbacombe. Easy to find when you are in the Babbacombe area. Some people in cars in the car park or walk to the end of Walls hill where there are some bushes and a couple of shelters. Loads to see, and sometimes join in, on warm summer evenings.
Far end of Leisure Centre car-park in Barnstaple, often a couple or two there in action late on a Saturday evening.
Reservoir just past Chudleigh off the A38 on the Moor. A great place Saturday nights after 9.00. Well worth a visit.
Haldon Forest, Haldon Hills Exeter.
Ashclyst Forest near Exeter
Lydford Within Lydford Forest. Turn off main A386 Tavistock to Okehampton road by the Dartmoor Inn heading into Lydford. Approximately 3/4 mile turn right by the war memorial and follow that road for approx 1/2 mile and turn into Lydford Forest, then follow the track as far down as you can till u get to a wooden pole barrier which if u want extra privacy can be lifted out and drive further on down the track so only people who are in the know will follow.
Paignton Take the road to Brixham from Paignton then just before Windy Corner traffic lights turn left by the shops and follow the road to down to the car park. There are often people in cars to watch. Otherwise walk to the grassy headland between Broadsands Beach and Elbury Cove.
Jennycliff carpark can be found on the outskirts of Plymouth at a place called Hooe, which is just past Plymstock. There is a cafe at Jennycliff which has a large car-park.
Devils Point car-park in Plymouth usually has a few cars around with interested parties!
Roadford Lake Roadford Lake, north side car-park, not sign posted but on OS map near Grinacombe Moor.
Totnes Brigde end car-park, Totnes. Go to the bottom of the second car park, as far as you can go to the end.
Yelverton on the moor at Yelverton, between Tavistock and Plymouth.back to top
Bournemouth Meyrick Park Car Park, is the first on the right when approached from Wimborne Road end, and then under the railway bridge.
Branksome Library Car Park, at the end of Western Road. A large car-park with adjacent secluded small wood and park benches.
Matchams View, off Matchams Lane, Ringwood/Bournemouth. Take the lane off Matchams Lane, signed to Matchams View and then turn up the right hand track until you reach the car-park at the view point.
Dorchester Puddletown Forest is a just east of Dorchester, if you come in off the west bound lane of the A35 and follow the signs, park in the first car park on the right at the top of the hill. Ride out the end of the car park, follow the track uphill alongside the A35 west to the top of the hill. You should see a track going off to your left, follow your nose as it's mostly single track from here on in.
Ringwood Just east of Ringwood on the road between Picket Post and Burley. Turn right into the New Forest Car Park Vereley.
Swanage At the far end of Broad Street car-park (near the Pier).back to top
Bishop Auckland Over the Viaduct towards Crook there is a small carp-ark on the right, along with a picnic area and old railway (walkway).
Crook Picnic area on A68 near to Crook with 24 hour toilets. Lots of wooded areas, popular with both the gay community and straight.
On the A66, eastbound from Darlington towards Stockton. A long lay-by, set back from road, about half way between Darlington and Stockton.
The lay-by at Swan House in Darlington is located about one and a half along the Darlington to Corbridge road and is surrounded by trees. There is a secluded path leading away from the area.
Newton Aycliffe South of Newton Aycliffe on the A68 towards Corbridge. A lay-by just past the Caravan Dealers on the left.
Seaham car-park on the sea front next to Seaham Hall gates and on the coast road towards Ryhope next to the railway.
Sedgefield Come off the A19 and follow towards Sedgefield Racecoures. Take a right at the roundabout and you'll end up at Hardwick Hall.
Sunderland A184 heading west from Testos Roundabout. Take first turning on left down country lane.
Tow Law Salters gate is 2 miles north of Tow Law off A68. Heading north out of Tow Law on A68 passed the salt dump and picnic area on right, proceed for 0.6 of a mile to crossroads and turn left and follow the road to the wooded area at the old POW camp.
A19 Wolviston Just north of the A689 turn off a lay-by on the left hand side.back to top
Fairlop waters - There are two car-parks that you can choose from.
Basildon Langdon Hills Country Park Park outside the Church in the road sign posted One Tree Hill (off Dry Street) walk back to Dry Street and up the footpath into the woods.
Chelmsford Riverside ice and leisure car park in the undercover parking area to the right.
Chingford Between chingford golf course and epping new road you will find a lake, action happens on the right hand side.
Chigwell A small car-park opposite the Camelot Pub in Chigwell.
Clacton Holland Haven Country Park, situated on the coast between Clacton and Frinton-on-Sea.
The car-park is in Friday Woods.
On the A120 between Colchester and Braintree. Going towards Braintree on the A120 go past the third turning on the left to Coggeshall. Look out for lay-by sign. Lay-by unseen from road as is behind trees.
Danbury Ford Follow road out of Boreham Village towards Danbury, on back road about 1 mile after bridge over river, turn left where signposted to FORD, half a mile down on right, park up, walk into field, go down to bottom.
Epping The woodyard carpark - Follow the A414 from Harlow roundabout, left at the first lights in Epping past the hospital and look for wood yard signs on your right.
Hutton Church Road, Hutton off Hanging Hill Lane and Hall Green Lane. Opposite the church itself, there is parking for about 4 cars with a footpath and some woods right on the edge of the parking area.
In the bushes off the bridleway on the edge of Belfairs Park Golf Course.
Behind Leigh-on-Sea station via side road is a large amount of parking by the sea wall (not the station car-park) or further down over narrow bridge is tarmac parking by the boat slipway.
Romford Halfway House on A127 between Romford and Southend. Going towards Southend from Romford, approx 10m on left, look for a pub called The Halfway House, turn into their car park, drive past the front and out onto lane on right, turn left onto lane and almost immediately on left park on road, go into field and walk around.
St Osyth Official Nudist Beach. Follow the signs to St Osyth, and enter via Hutleys Caravan Park. You can park on the beach from the end of May.
In the bushes and trees by the disused toilet on the Chelmsford end of Witham.
Between Greenstead Green and Stistead is a national trust car park, open gate and drive in.
Paglesham. near rochford ,essex follow the road all the way to paglesham,when u reach the plough & sail pub turn left,follow the unmade road down to the boatyard carpark.back to top
Birdlip and Stroudc Travel North up A417 from Cirencester. Follow the "Scenic Route" for "Birdlip & Stroud". Left turning and 1st on right is a parking place with a view.
Bristol Clifton Downs near the centre of Bristol. Follow signs for Bristol Zoo. "The Downs" is the large park/common adjacent to it.
Coaley Peak Coaly Peak Picnic Area between Stroud and Dursley.
Crickley Hill Country Park Travel North up A417 from Cirencester. Follow the "Scenic Route" for "Birdlip & Stroud".Continue on the A417 to the Air Balloon (Pub) roundabout, take the 2nd exit, sign posted Leckhampton, and Crickley Hill is appron 100 yards on the left. A large carpark and one smaller more intimate carpark and several really intimate spots.
Gloucester Near Quedgley, Gloucester GL2. North bound leave the M5 at junction 12 (B4008) and at the end of the slip road turn left, at roundabout turn right onto A38 and continue along here past a large layby that's wide open to another (on the left) that's secluded from the main road by trees.
South Cerney Water Park Use the car parks in South Cerney Waterpark. The waterpark is between Cirencester and Swindon.
Tog Hill car park is just off the M4 in Doynton Lane. There is a car-park and picnic area.back to top
Basingstoke The Lime Pit Carparks on the A30 towards Old Basing. Turn left just after Basingstoke roundabout (about 100 yards). Go down narrow one way road and you will find two carparks on your right.
New Forest Verely and Verely Hill Car parks. From M27 go towards Ringwood. Turn left at Pickett Post and go towards Burley. First Car Park on left is Verely and a few yards past, on the right is the more screened Verely Hill.
Portsmouth The Viewpoint (car-park), Portsdown Hill. A car-park opposite Fort Nelson which is the West end of the hill.
Ringwood Avon Heath Country Park. You'll find the car-park at Little Chef roundabout on A31 (Ferndown to Ringwood road).
Southampton Common. Turn into Cemetary road off the Winchester road. Large cul-de-sac with car park.
Winchester The main big lay-by on the A31 from Winchester to Alsford.back to top
Hereford Haugh Woods car park at the top of the hill between Mordiford & Woolhope.back to top
Bishops Stortford Hatfield Forest car-park.
Bushey Small car-park off Warren Lane.
Hemel Hempstead Follow the M10 from Hemel Hempstead towards Hatfield On the second roundabout there is a west bound lay-by on the London Colney bypass A1081.
St. Albans No Man's Land Common on the main road between St. Albans and Wheathampstead.
Stanborough Park Situated off the A1(M) at the Hatfield / Welwyn / Hertford exit. Follow signs to Welwyn. There are two car-parks.
Royston heath Use the carpark at the bottom of the sports club.back to top
Aylesford Cobtree Country Park is just off Sandling Road. You can use the car park at night time.
Biddenden - small wooded hamlet a few hundred yards from the junction.
Cobham - Picnic area, off A2(M) ten miles south of Dartford, three miles north of the Medway bridge, off the left hand side of the London-bound carriageway, but accessible from both directions.
Crayford – Car-park at Waste Site. Go up the A2 London bound and turn off at Crayford. Head towards Crayford and pick up signs for waste site until you find the secluded car-park.
Broadstairs Joss Bay, near Broadstairs is very good late evening.
Chilham You will find the carpark at the entrance to Chilham-toilet.
Dover The car-park on top of the cliffs, overlooking Eastern Docks.
Isle of Sheppey Leysdown Naturist beach and car park. Drive onto the Isle of Sheppy. Follow signs to Leysdown. Through town, follow the coast road until it appears to end. Turn left down the unmade road. Over the bump. Park up. Over the grass bank is the naturist beach.
Maidstone Cobtree Manor Country Park near Maidstone.
Oxleas Woods The first carpak up Shooters Hill from Greenwich (Oxleas Woods.) Turn left into Kenilworth Gardens and left again down the drive to the car park. Best suggestion is to park on the far left hand side, on the grass area which is just off the car park, near the wooded area.
Rochester Lay-by just before the new bypass on Gravesend Road near Strood, the A226.
St. Mildred's & Westbrook Beach car-park between St. Mildreds & Westbrook.
Shoreham Woods This picnic spot is near Junction 4 of M25 and you can locate it off the A224. Leave M25 @ J4 up to first r/bout, sharp left on to A224 to Halstead/Badgers Mount. 2 miles to first r/bout, turn left into small country lane. Shoreham woods on right set back off road.
Dover, Western Heights Above the cruise terminal follow signs for folkestone then western heights, up a windy hill (past European freight depot) car park on the right as you go up and a pinic area just round the corner on the left, also some old ruins.
University of kent, Canterbury The Eliot footpath is secluded and great for dogging. Access it by driving up through the car parkback to top
Hindley Low hall park is area of woodland with many secluded areas.
Entwhistle Reservoir. Just off the A666 north of Bolton. There are two car-parks near the reservoir. Take the Turton turning off the A666 onto Green Arm Road and follow the road until the sign for Batridge Barn car-park on the left. Take that road down to the water (across cattle grids). There is a small lay-by on the access road, don't use that, but keep heading down to the picnic-tables.
On A666 to Blackburn, one mile north of Egerton, there's a long lay-by on the right of the main road (half a mile long) with multiple parking bays surrounding the Delph Reservoir.
Failsworth Daisy Nook Country Park.
Rivington Pike Horwich Witches Tower car-park. Five minutes from the A6 and M61. Follow the signs for Rivington Barn then passed the barn for half a mile turn right at Belmount Post Office. Follow the road half a mile on find the car-park on the right.
The main car-park on the way to Rivington.
Liverpool Otterspool Promenade a well know beauty spot in South Liverpool is an active Dogging site all year around. The best site is the Car Park at the end of Mersey Road off Aigburth Road. Follow Aigburth Road until you see signs for Aigburth Train Station, follow on down Mersey Road until it ends. There is a carpark there and some trees.
Manchester The car-park at Silburn Way just off junction 18 in Rhodes, Middleton.
Prestwich Heaton Hall Park. Take the M62 to the junction with M66 Bury / North Manchester and head into Manchester. Go around the roundabout taking the right hand turn into Manchester. At the first traffic lights (retail park on left) turn right. Take the St Margarets entrance, go straight on past the first car-park to the unmade car-park beside the radio/microwave tower.
Pennington Flash Country Park Car parks and picnic tables at the rear of the Information building.
Singleton Lay-by on Lodge Lane (B5260) on left going south from junction with A586. Sharp left bend and then find the lay-by on the left
Southport Ainsdale beach near Southport.
Warrington Wrights Lane is an industrial site just before Burtonwood Services. Come off the M62 and head for Burtonwood Village. There is a sign for a small cafe on one of the approaches, follow the road around (it is very quiet road) and it leads to another road which goes nowhere, for about half a mile.
Walton Gardens car-park near Warrington.
Wigan Just out of Standish near Haigh Hall. Go off Chorley Road (A5016) at the mini road-about onto Red Rock Lane. Drive up the hill a short distance. Before the Canal Bridge and pub, on the steepest part of the hill, there is a small secluded car-park.
Wycoller Country Park. Turn off Colne to Keighley road towards Oakworth over the bridge and follow the road to the sign posts about half a mile.
Preston The layby in moor park, opposite from Preston North End Stadium.
Scorton picnic area. This out of the way picnic area is just off the A6.
Manchester Beta Court Harper Road's car park.
Liverpool Crosby waterfront, at the coast gaurd car-park
Ashurst Beacon Country Park Situated between Wigan and Skelmersdale you will find the Ashurst Beacon Country Park with it's 3 car parks.
Audenshawe Reservoirs Kings Road off Audenshawe Road. Go down tarmac road and later it turns to gravel and is quite dark and quietback to top
Bradgate Country Park Bradgate Country Park is well sign posted and near Newtown Linford, 6 miles North West of Leicester.
Hinckley Burbage Common just off the A47 at Hinckley, past the main car-park up to smaller car-park by a toilet block.
Sharnford There is a lay-by on the B4111 between Narborough and Sharnford on the left hand side, going towards Sharnford just after The Mill on the Soar pub. It is well sheltered with trees.
Watermead Country Park Is on the edge of Leicestershire, just five miles from the city centre. Access if off Fillingate in Wanlip.
White moors car park Shenton nr Market Bosworth very quite car park out of site of any road. Head out of Shenton towards Stoke Golding past cafe on left and goat farm on right, quarter of mile on, car park entrance on right.
Melton Mowbray Cattle market car par. Nice quite area at top end of the car park.back to top
Cleethorpes Anthonys Bank car-park
Great Cotes / Healing Lay-by between Great Cotes and Healing.
Stallingborough Old Road near Grimsby.
Weelsby Woods, both in the carpark and in the woods themselves.
Horseshoe Point Horseshoe Point car-park, near Marsh Chapel, North Lincolnshire.
Viewpoint, near the Lincolnshire Showground. About 3 miles north of Lincoln, off the A15 at the new roundabout.
Hartsholme Park near Lincoln.
Mortal Ash Hill lay-by near Scunthorpe.
Twigmore woods car-park near Scunthorpe.
Silica Lodge Ponds car-park off Scotter road, Scunthorpe
Spilsby Snipes Dales Country Park,near Spilsby.
Theddlethorpe Churchill Lane beach and dunes in the summer.back to top
Chiswick Lovers Lane. Go over Hammersmith towards Richmond. When you get to the first round about there is a petrol station on your left hand side, take the 2nd exit from the petrol station where the one way fly over starts. Keep driving till you get to a bridge with a set of traffic lights where you should turn left. This takes you around the river and all the way round lovers lane.
Dulwich The lane that leads up to Dulwich golf course just by the tollgate.
Kenton, north of Wembley NW9 Open space / Barn Hill recreation area on the Fryent Way A4140.
Hammersmith Tesco car park on King street.back to top
Hounslow Cranford Country Park Near Heathrow Turn right on the roundabout for Hayes off junction 3 on the M4.
Enfield Cooks Hole Road, off Cedar Road next to Hillyfields Park, Enfield, Middlesex. Off M25 junction 24.
Hounslow Cranford Country Park near Heathrow. Turn right on the roundabout for Hayes off junction 3 on the M4.
Ruislip Car-park off Duck Hill road, near Mad Bess Wood. Find Duck Hill Garden Centre and the Six Bells pub at the bottom of the steep hill, then go to the top of the hill and the car park is on the left.
Stanmore Warren Lane in Stanmore. Go up Stanmore Hill from Uxbridge road and Warren Lane is on your right.
Uxbridge The car-park near the Stockley Park Golf Course. Leave the M4 at Junction 4 and take Stockley Road towards West Drayton. Just after the roundabout there is a turning on the left which is the entrance to car-park.
Frans Court Ruislip Manor - a secluded carpark at the back of flats. Drive up Ruislip Manor High street. Turn left into Linden av then left into Linden Close. Follow the road until you find small but secluded carpark.back to top
Wallasey - You'll find this picnic site with its car-park if you leave the M53 at J1. Take the turn-off toward Wallasey, ignore the first two turn offs, then next left (signposted gun-site) and the car-park is situated at the end of the lane.
New Brighton - The gunsite is just off J1 on the M53 heading towards New Brighton. Go past the first two turn-offs (both slip roads) and take the next turning on the left (it looks like a narrow country lane and has four speed bumps as you go down it).back to top
Swaffham Picnic site Turn off the A47 onto the A1122 towards Downham Market. About half a mile on the left is a dirt track leading to a secluded wooded area well hidden from the road.
Shrewsbury Lyth Hill/Bayston Hill. FollowLyth Hill all the way to Bayston Hill until you end up at the carpark.
Acle Large layby on left just before entering Acle on main Norwich to great Yarmouth road.
Corton near Lowestoft. Take the road to Corton off the Yarmouth to Lowestoft road, and the carpark is on the left by the golf course.
Great Yarmouth The car-park at the harbour's mouth on the Great Yarmouth side.
Holkham Beach Take the A149 west from Wells-Next-the-Sea for about one mile. Turn right into the car-park opposite the entrance to Holkham Hall. On the beach turn left and walk several hundred yards until you see the 'clothing optional' signs.
Kings Lynn Roydon Common near Kings Lynn.
Litcham Common, just off the old Norwich to Kings Lynn road. From Litcham turn left at the "Bull Inn". Drive through the village and take the first on the right out of the village signposted to Dunham and Necton. After a few hundred yards on the right is a car-park for Litcham Common.
Morley 3 miles from Wymondham, 12 miles from Norwich. Take the old A11 from Norwich heading to Thetford, half mile past traffic lights at Wymondham turn right into Morley Lane, go past Buck public house (Pub good for swingers Wednesday and Friday nights) turn the right into Millhill Lane 200 yards on right is Swingy Lane leads to lots of trees and large clearing.back to top
Mousehold Heath. The car-park at the top of the hill nearest the Ring Road. Up Gurney Road to near top heading towards Heartsease Estate.
Whittlingham Lane carpark. Into Trowse over the railway bridge, turn left and go down about 2 miles, then past a big house on the right and then 50 yards past the house the car-park is on right.
Ringland Hills Leave Nowich and go onto the southern bypass towards Swaffam. At the end roundabout take third exit Toringland then at the fork take right hand one and 550yards on right or left park, then go down that lane.
Sherringham Pretty Corner, Sherringham, of the A149 between Holt and Sherringham.
Thetford Forest Park At the roundabout where the A11 meets the A134 take the A134 towards King's Lynn and it's about 2 miles on the right, there are signs to the picnic area from the roundabout.
Wymondham Swingy Lane is a secluded spot with lots of threes and parking. To get there, head in the direction of Thetford and take the turning sign posted Morley Lane. Drive until you pass Buck public house and about quarter of mile past pub you will see Millhill Lane. Turn into Millhill and about 30 yards you will see Swingy Lane, drive to end of Lane.
Brundall Go down the dales to the end bells boatyad at the bottom car-park
Wingland Between Sutton Bridge in Lincs and Kings Lynn turning just after Sutton Bridge itself on the A17 (1st left heading towards Kings Lynn).back to top
Gretton Corby The lay-by outside Gretton Corby on way to Harringworth.
Salcey Forest picnic area and the surrounding car-parks. Leave the M1 at A508 and head west. Take the little road on the left straight after the Motorway junction. Follow this road a mile or so to a 'T' junction. Turn right, and the forest is about two miles away on your left. It doesn't close at night, it's not lit and it's pretty well secluded, about five miles from Northampton town itself.
Near Northampton, a big pulls in lay-by on the A43, 6 miles north of Northampton towards Kettering.
The car-park at Pitsford Reservoir is popular. Between Holcot and Brixworth - car park is on the left at the bottom of the hill.back to top
Belsay The Highlander lay-by 1 mile south of Belsay on the road from Ponteland to Otterburn 500yards past the Highlander Pub going north.
Whitley Bay St Mary's Lighthouse, Whitley Bay, East Coast. Use the Car-parks.back to top
Holme Pierrepont The car-park is near the Rowing Centre.
Newark Holme Village outside Newark. Enter the village and at BT box turn right and follow the road through to the very end car-park.
Blidworth Woods - Take the A60 then onto the A614 Doncaster Road out of Nottingham for about 6 miles. You'll come to a railway bridge and after this you'll find an island where you should turn left. Continue for 1 mile and you will find the car-park on your right in Longdale Lane.
Attenborough Nature Reserve car-park. Take road from Nottingham towards Long Eaton, turn Left at Chilwell Retail park. Past Village hotel onto nature reserve. Car-park on right about half a mile down lane.
Nottingham Race Course car-park. After hours dogging.
Worksop Clumber Park - There is a roundabout to the east of Worksop, where the A57 meets the A1. From this roundabout take the A614 south (signposted Clumber Park). After about half a mile, you'll find the Clumber Park entrance on the right, through a stone arch. As you drive down the lane, it's lined with trees. After about a quarter of a mile, there are some secluded picnic areas on the right, some are set quite well back from the road.
Girton Take the A1133 north of Neward. Go down the lane towards yacht club. You'll see the secluded car park.
Howbeck lane, clarborough At the very top of the hill turn right into the secluded country lane.back to top
Abingdon Culham Lock Carpark, just outside Abingdon.
Banbury Southam Road layby Banbury, off the M40 junction 11 and head towards the town center, turn right at 2nd roundabout towards Southam and over the next one and the layby is about 50 yards on the left and well covered.
Bicester Stoke Wood car-park near Bicester, junction 10 off M40.back to top
Crown hotel carpark You'll find the car-park on the main road through Great Casterton.
Ketton sports complex The car park at Pit Lane Ketton.back to top
Telford Ercall Wood.
Cosford A well-hiden car-park near RAF Cosford, about 3.2 miles from junction 3 of the M54. Take the M54 towards Telford and get off at junction 3. Head towards Wolverhampton on the A41 go over a set of traffic lights passed R.A.F. Cosford on the right and a 24hr petrol station on the left, but keep on the A41. Passed a garden centre on the right carry on and the road goes into a dual carriage way for about half a mile but stay on the A41. After the dual carriage way ends the road has no street lights, and you will see a cottage on the left about 100yds up on the right you will see in the hedge a goal post style entrance to the car-park.
Ironbridge Coming down into Ironbridge, you must cross the river on the Jackfield bridge (go down Waterloo St and head towards Broseley). After crossing Jackfield bridge follow the road up until you come to the hairpin bend - don't follow the road round but instead take a right towards the Ironbridge again (signposted). Follow road down until fork in road which drops into large car park. Turn immediately right once in car park along a single track gravel road (30 meters) which eventually drops into small car park before gate.back to top
Cheddar Reservoir - the fisherman's carpark off Sharpham Road.
Taunton Priors Park, picnic and car-park on the Blackdowns, about 7 miles out of Taunton along the Corfe Road, turn right at the cross roads and it is on the right.
Yeovil Cartgate services, A303, outside Yeovil.
Odd Down FC Car Park Car park is secluded by trees and fences giving it a great, 180 degrees cover.back to top
Cannock Chase - Ansons Bank Take the A34 from Cannock to Stafford, turn right sign posted to Pye Green/German War Memorial, travel 1 mile and look for car-park Ansons Bank on right.
Chasetown The Church Road Car-park. Situated at at top end of Church Road, Chasetown past the football club.
Jacksons Bank - just off the A515 between Yoxall and Newchurch.To find the car-park at Jacksons Bank come through Yoxall towards Newchurch. Follow the sign for Hoar Cross and you will find Jacksons Bank half a mile down on the right hand side. You can't miss the car park.
Stoke-on-Trent The Bathpool Park car-park located in the Tunstall area of Stoke-on-Trent. Off the A500 at the large roundabout take the Tunstall turn off and down the hill on the left of a sharp bend there's a car-park.
A449 Stourbridge / Kingswinford. Leave A449 at Island next to Kingfisher club towards Rugby club. At junction turn left on Mile flat, follow until you pass the Navigation pub over bridge, take next left into small country lane. Follow for short distance and take next right. Pull-ins are 100yards on left. Open fields both sides.
Highgate Common, just off the A449 well signposted.
Wolverhampton The layby on the right hand side of the Bridgnorth Road as you leave town. Hit the garden centre and you have gone too far.back to top
Haughley Park car-park / picnic site, near Ipswich in the 50mph zone on the A14.
Nacton, near Ipswich. Go through Nacton village, past school, and then follow signs for picnic area where you will find two car parks.back to top
Chobham Common. Take the road out of Chobham towards Sunningdale, and the common car-park on the right has two levels; the lower level is best.
Cobham Head up the A3 North bound from the M25. Take the first exit, sign posted Cobham. Turn right at the roundabout and into the village. Bear left at the next roundabout and continue along this road. Pass a large restaurant on the left and a little way past a bus stop, turn left into the American School. Follow this road around and before you pass over the A3, turn right into a car-park with height restriction.
Croydon The south car-park at Shirley Hills just outside Croydon.
Esher Car-park on Esher Common. Leave the A3 at the Esher/Leatherhead turn (A244) and go towards Esher. After about two hundred yards there is an entrance on the left to a secluded car-park.
Godstone National Trust Woodland car-park, Tilburstow Hill, near Godstone
Guildford On the A31 (Guildford to Farnham), there is a large lay-by with access to bushes and fields - the Hog's Back on the Surrey Hills.
Kingston Ham House car-park, between Richmond and Kingston. Opposite Richmond Park and between the Ham Gate entrance to the park and Petersham is a road called Sandy Lane. It ends in a 'T' junction. Turn right and just keep going until you are in the car-park.
Surbiton Woodstock Lane South in the entrance drive of Surbiton Golf Club.
Wisley Behind the Cafe, beyond the lakes, in the car-park towards Effingham.
Oaks Park On Woodmansterne Road at the south end of the park.back to top
Brighton Dukes Mound / The Temple. Located next to Brighton Marina, Dukes mound stretches for about a quarter of a mile with lots of hiding places with a big temple at one end.
Chailey Common Nature Reserve Just off A272 leading from Scaynes Hill to Newick, turn off to the right & about 50-100yds there are two areas.
Devils Dyke is easy accessible dogging spot just off the A24 towards Brighton.
Ditchling Common Ditchling Common is just south Wivelsfield Green. At dusk head into the many wooded areas for regular dogging sessions on the picnic tables there and further on by the lake.
Friston Friston Forest. Going down the A22 towards Eastbourne take the right at Polegate towards Friston, then keep going for about 3 miles until you reach Friston Forest on the right hand side.
Hastings Country Park – The country park lies to the east of Hastings Old Town and can be accessed by road with suggested car parks at Rock-a-Nore, Barley Lane, Fairlight Road picnic site, and the main entrance in Coastguard Lane.
Westham small lane on the a 27 towards bexhill from westham go over the river and on the left is a sign access only this is the lane which was the road and is quiet , it goes right through and joins the main road again.back to top
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