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Dog walk

Hartland Country Park

Farnborough

Type of walk

Flat, Forest, Park

What's here

Free Parking, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas

About this walk
This is a new country park between Farnborough and Fleet, which is just becoming established. It has some well laid out paths and some picnic areas along the route. I'd estimate it is about 2.5-3km long. It is relatively quiet and there are lots of different pathways you can take, which keeps it interesting for you and your dog too.
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How to get there

Address

Farnborough GU14 0FB, UK

Location details

Off of Bramshott Lane, signposted from roundabout on A327 by Pyestock.

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