Burton Dassett Hills Country Park
Type of walk
Paid Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Picnic Areas, Toilets
About this walk
Unspoilt, rolling hills – that’s what you will discover at Burton Dassett Hills. Whether you are walking, flying a kite or just sitting in your car, the magnificent views from these hills are breathtaking.
The site comprises a series of rugged hilltops affording spectacular views in all directions and Fox Covert, a small woodland with a surfaced footpath. Opened as a country park in 1971, the 100 acres contain a wealth of historical interest such as the prominent beacon, quarry remains and the nearby 12th Century All Saints Church.
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Burton Dassett Hills Country Park, Southam
7 years agoWatch out for sheep running loose in the park.
5 years agoI went afew months ago but like nevgrunwald says there was sheep everywhere i dare not let my two dogs of the lead ,but the views are spectacular.
4 years agoThe sheep were only grazing in one part of the park today so I was able to let my dog off. It may be to do with the seasons as there were lambs and they all stayed quite close together. Beautiful walks and stunning views
2 years agoHilltop forts aplenty there's little flat ground here, but it's got 50 acres of space with a woodland circuit and a toilet. Great moorland grass for throwing dog balls, lots of space for dog running. Lots of people let their dogs off the lead which is annoying if you have a manic puppy. Regularly grazed by sheep but none there on new years day. £2.50 parking charge, coins only. Highly recommended but very busy, felt like walking to Glastonbury festival rather than the Tor.
2 years agoHilly but great fun
a year agoBeautiful place to walk the dogs. Very hilly! Dogs are allowed off lead. Stunning views and plenty of parking.
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