Dog Friendly Walks

Right on your doorstep

We’ve tried, tested and documented a whole bunch of walking routes for you, all of which start right from our park, so no need to get in the car. The following walks (in pdf format) can be viewed, downloaded and printed from your computer. So you can print them all off and bring them on your next visit.

3 Mile Circular Walk4 Mile Circular Walk from BriarfieldsWalk to the Aviator
Walk around ChurchdownWalk to Churchdown CakeryWalk to Chosen Hill
Walk to the House in the Tree
Dotty is loving the glorious fields

Dotty is loving the glorious fields

A glorious countryside walk (approx. 2 miles roundtrip) in lush fields just a 5minute walk from Briarfields. Watch out for the deer at dawn and dusk. Walking boots are recommended in the winter months.

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Lulu is enjoying a little rest on her way to the Aviator Inn

Lulu is enjoying a little rest on her way to the Aviator Inn

A great walk (approx. 2 miles roundtrip) with a pub half way. Enjoy a lovely flat stroll from Briarfields along the footpaths to the Aviator Inn where you can (rehydrate and have a bite to eat) before heading back.

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Maya and Dillion enjoying Benhall Woods

Maya and Dillion enjoying Benhall Woods

An out and back route (approx. 2 miles roundtrip) from Briarfields along footpaths then onto the beautiful Benhall Woods and open green space - your 4 legged friend will enjoy a lovely yomp around.

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Nellie on her way to The House in the Tree

Nellie on her way to The House in the Tree

Following the footpaths from Briarfields for approx. 1.5 miles you will find the fabulous House in the Tree Pub/Restaurant for some refreshments before heading back.

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Orchard Area

Briarfields is a dog friendly park but unfortunately the park just isn't big enough to have its own dog walk but we do have a small orchard area. There are lots of lovely walks from site you can enjoy with your 4 legged friend - we have a huge noticeboard outside the washrooms with lots of lovely walks mapped out for you to explore.

Dog friendly touring park in the heart of the Cotswolds

Cleeve Common

Cleeve Common

Cleeve Common is the largest common in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is also the highest point on the Cotswolds at 330m. The Cotswold Way runs directly across the common with a plethora of footpaths in all directions.

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Leckhampton Hill

Leckhampton Hill

The Hill and Common boast many paths and tracks, as well as being a point that you can join the Cotswold Way. Take in beautiful views across Cheltenham as well as spot the great display of wild flowers including varieties of orchid such as the Early Purple, Common Spotted, Musk, Butterfly and Bee Orchids.

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Crickley Hill Country Park

Crickley Hill Country Park

Distinctive landmark rich in wildlife and archaeology with a tremendous panorama, jointly owned with Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and the (Image credit) National Trust. Lots of trails and paths to explore....on a clear day you can see as far as the Black Mountains.

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Witcombe Roman Villa

Witcombe Roman Villa

The remains of this large and luxurious Roman villa lie in a peaceful setting near the Cotswold Way where you can follow the paths for as long or as short as you wish. You'll see some stunning views of Cheltenham on a clear day.

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Dog Friendly Cotwolds

Dog Friendly Cotwolds

Covering an area of 2000 square kms and with over 5000kms of footpaths alone, the Cotswolds is large enough to satisfy the needs of the most walkers. Within this area of outstanding natural beauty there are literally a spoil of riches when it comes to walking routes and trails; ranging in distance and difficulty for all levels of fitness. Saddle up your canine friend and enjoy yomping around the trails.

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