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Fishlake Meadows, Romsey Hampshire

Romsey

Type of walk

Flat

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Water On Route

About this walk

This is a flat 2 mile flat circuit through the Fishlake Meadows nature reserve, along the old canal. There are opportunities for your dog to paddle and chase stones. We like to go clockwise round so that Nelly (the dog) can run free at the start and save the lead part until she has bounced and paddled.

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  • eswd profile
    eswd

    2 months ago

    Wonderful regular walk of ours, which we found thanks to your recommendation. Hector is extremely friendly and loves the high chance of meet new friends here. Having moved down from Glasgow this was our first perfect find for a beautiful, off lead walk. With enormous gratitude!

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How to get there

Address

93 Greatbridge Rd, Romsey SO51 0HB, UK

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