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Dog walk

Old Eastleigh Golf Course


Type of walk

Hilly, Flat, Forest, Park

What's here

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

About this walk

This old Golf Course has been turned into a walking area and is mainly used by dog walkers. There is lots of grass and open space for them to run around. There is also a shallow river with places where dogs can easily access and some woodland for shade on a hot day. There is loads of photos here


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  • HLC148 profile

    17 days ago

    Have visited this area twice, nice circular main path to follow or can divert off in other directions on the grass. Plenty of space and areas of shade. Found river today and Alfie had several paddles and drinks to cool off. Cafe open for refreshments for the humans!
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How to get there


104 Magpie Ln, Eastleigh SO50 9LW, UK

Location details

At the end of Magpie Lane which is off of Chestnut Avenue

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