Best Places For Dog Walks in Fareham
Fareham Dog Walks
Forest of Bere.
There are lots of trails from the carpark which is pay and display.
The tails are gravel pathed or you can go through the woods. Plenty of off lead areas.
Hundred Acres Road, Fareham PO17 6JD
Swanwick Lakes Nature Reserve
Lakes, wood and grassland. There are 2 miles of paths around the lakes and woods.
Leaflets available for the trails around the reserves and highlights.
Swanwick Lane SO31 7AY
Cams Hall, Fareham Creek
Car parks in Birdwood Grove or Cams. Footpaths only along Fareham creek with views over the estuary. From this trail, you will see a variety of birdlife.
Fareham PO16 0DQ
You can combine this walk with the Cams Hall walk
Start at Porchester Castle along Kings Way where there will be wonderful views of Portsmouth Harbour and Wicor Lake. Free carpark at Porchester Castle and toilets.
Castle Street, Porchester, PO16 9QW
Explore the ruins with plenty of grass area for your dogs to run.
There are lots of different nature reserves and woodland walks in Whiteley.
Maps available from Fareham.gov.uk and signpost along the routes.
A walk along the old canal at Titchfield Fareham. Can be very muddy in winter. Water loving dogs love it. Free parking off bridge street with a pathed routes and off lead area. There are several dog friendly pubs in the village. Public Toilets in the village.
Holly Hill Woodland Park
Is a good dog walking park.70 acres of lakes and woodland Lawn area near the lakes with picnic tables Paths which can lead to the Hamble River. Dog litter bins around the pathed area.
Free parking and Toilets at Barns lane, Sarisbury Green Map available from Fareham.gov.uk
Hill Head Beach
Dog Friendly shingle beach, with lots of stones to throw for dogs to chase. restrictions may apply. Free parking and Toilets. Café or stop at the Osborne View Pub which has a large beer garden with dog water bowls. Walk along to Meon shore to the Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve
Postcode PO14 3LU
Stokes Bay, Gosport
A shingle Beach with great views of the Isle of Wight. Dogs are not allowed in signed controlled area between May and September. Dogs can use Gilker end of the beach all year. Café/Restaurant, Toilets. Parking Charges apply.
Old Winchester Hill
Has been a famous and popular beauty spot since Victorian times. With a superb Views to Beacon Hill and down to the coast on a clear day you can see the Isle of Wight. 150 acre Nature Reserve. There are sheep grazing so dogs need to be kept under control. The area is rich in Archaeology. Most visible are the Iron Age Hill Fort. Carpark
Public Access with free carpark Separated by the sea with a coastal road. There is a field of 3 hectares with views of the sea to the south. A Conservation area lies to the east.
Park Lane Recreation Ground
Free parking Leigh road, Fareham. 4.05 Hectares PO16 7ST
Bath Lane Recreation Ground Fareham
Is situated on the south edge of the town centre. And north of Fareham Creek. Very Popular with dog walkers with plenty of room for ball games. 3.64 Hectares. PO16 0DH
Wicor Recreation Ground
Is situated on the edge of a small network of tidal estuaries known as Fareham Lakes. West of Portsmouth Harbour. Great place to take your dog. 14.97 Hectares PO16 9DT
Hunts Pond Road Recreation Ground
Two large football pitches. Limited parking in the road. 4.72 Hectares for your dog to run and play ball