Blaise Castle Estate
Type of walk
Hilly, Flat, Forest, Park
Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Water On Route, Toilets, Refreshments Available, Wheelchair Friendly
About this walk
There are two car parks for Blaise Castle, one is located on Kings Weston Road and the other is accessed via The Dingle off Dingle Road.
Kings Weston Road car park is at the end with all the facilities such as toilets, refreshments and children's play area. It is also ideal end for a short walk to the castle. There is a large playing field which is ideal for a game of fetch.
The other car park (via The Dingle) is smaller and doesn't have any facilities but is ideal for a walk through woodlands and along the stream which all the dogs enjoy splashing in.
There is a main, wheelchair friendly (if you don't mind the odd incline) path that connect the two car parks and follows a stream.
Our favourite route is to park at The Dingle car park and walk to the other car park where Radley can play fetch. If we're feeling energetic we'll walk up to the castle before a return walk to the car.
It's a great place for a dog walk because it provides everything a dog could want....Stream for splashing and swimming, woodlands for sticks and scents, large open fields for fetch, good path for walkers and plenty of doggies to play with.
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7 years agoWe tried this walk after seeing it on here, it's great! Loads of space for dogs to run around! We're going back again next weekend! :)
Brilliant walk, plenty of parking, good café, clean toilets. Plenty of poo bins. Such a range of stuff for dogs, a stream, woodland and huge open spaces. All round fantastic walk.
5 months agoWe had a lovely walk at Blaise. Though I must remember to where wellies next time. 😊
4 months agoLovely walk- most routes are pushchair friendly. Very steep hills but doable if you take it slowly. Lots of squirrels and birds- a warning to those who also have squirrel loving terriers!
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