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Snelsmore Common


Type of walk

Flat, Forest

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Toilets

About this walk

Great country walk with pathed areas and a good wide track within lots of the walks. the common has a good choice of different walks for repeat visits and is quite flat although there are more wooded area's for exploring

Really lovely at all times of the year, picnic area and large car park

No refreshments but it is reasonably close to Newbury for lots of nice pubs or visit Saddleback park farm shop for some treats

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  • Arris profile

    3 months ago

    Lovely place to take your dog whether on the lead or off it. Nice routes to follow. Some short or longer ones to do and the little cafe is a perfect way finish up the great forresty walk
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How to get there


Arlington Manor, Snelsmore Common, Newbury RG14 3BQ, UK

Location details

Head towards Newbury and the park is opposite Mary Hare school

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