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Dog walk

Humber bridge nature reserve


Type of walk

Hilly, Flat, Forest, Park

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Water On Route, Toilets, Refreshments Available

About this walk

Well maintained walk through woods and open land. Good paths. Dogs allowed off leads. Bins, picnic benches and a small lake. 1.5 mile walk if you walk along the perimeter. Avoid Saturdays 9-10am when large number of runners meet for a park run. Good parking (free) in the Humber bridge car park. Access to the Humber estuary foreshore & Country Park in restaurant and pub where you can eat inside or overlooking the estuary.

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Comments (3)

  • ghorton29 profile

    7 months ago

    Quite a short walk, sections where dogs need to be on a lead where it doesn’t feel as secure and roads need to be crossed
  • Latara97 profile

    3 months ago

    Good for long walks, large area. Currently having a refurb at the moment but when it done it will be really good. There is both a pub and cafe too.
  • tigbelle profile

    29 days ago

    the road down onto the foreshaw is at the moment closed to all cars unless you live there due to flood defence works
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How to get there


Humber Bridge, Hessle HU13 0ER, UK

Location details

Under the Humber Bridge. Nearest town Hessle

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