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Savill Garden & Polo Fields

Egham, Englefield Green

Type of walk

Flat, Park

What's here

Paid Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Water On Route, Toilets, Refreshments Available, Wheelchair Friendly

About this walk

A more refined walk starting off at the Savill Garden (part of Windsor Great Park). Accessed off Wick Lane which is off the main A30 in Egham. Parking charges apply (by the hour) max payable is £6 for all day. Toilet facilities, restaurant, cafe, shop etc available in the Savill Garden Building itself. Walks in abundance, but my regular dog walk is as follows: With the Savill Garden building with is characteristic wavy roof in front of you, walk to the left and towards the Obelisk Pond. This is all on lead until you reach the Polo Fields (see below`). Follow the hard pathway along into Rhododendron Walk - this is about half a mile in distance. At the end of Rhododendron Walk turn right (there may be an odd car or so here as this road leads to Queens Estate houses). The area will open out into a more spacious open place and on the right hand side there is a low wooden fence with a gate. Go through the gate and you are now in the Polo Fields where dogs can now go off lead. NB** If Polo is being played, you can still walk through here, but dogs must for obvious reasons be on the lead! Walk forward for about quarter of a mile and then bear round to the right. Head for the corner of the Polo field in the top right hand corner. The fields are HUGE so it will take you a while to reach that point! You may want to put your dogs on the lead before you reach the corner as there is a very mucky muddy 'wallow' that mine seem to home in on! Once at the top right hand corner follow the gravel pathway up over the bridge which brings you back to the Obelisk, about 150 metres from the Savill Garden Building. Dogs must now be back on the lead. They can be walked through the Savill Building to the patio for lunch or refreshments,

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  • SeanHickman profile

    2 years ago

    Great place for walking.
  • Glow55 profile

    2 years ago

    Saville gardens is a great place to walk. You can literally walk for miles and miles. From here you can walk to the long walk, deer park, smiths lawn polo field, totem pole, virginia water lake and much more. Saville garden building has coffee. bars, snack bar and a section you can bring your dog into the building it self. No free parking I'm afraid.
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Location details

Wick Lane, TW20 0UU

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