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Netley Abbey Hall Recreation Ground, Netley Abbey

Southampton, Netley

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What's here

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

About this walk
This is an ideal walk if you want to park up and have easy access to a large flat field which is great for ball running. Right on the field is a children's play park and as you can see from the photos you are right on the beach front so ideal for a nice cooling swim for your dog!

If you fancy a bit of a stroll you can walk right along the sea front and towards Weston Shore Front where you can get a nice ice cream! Overall a good local dog walk.

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How to get there


16A Victoria Rd, Netley, Southampton SO31 5DH, UK

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