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Erlestoke Woods

Devizes, Erlestoke

Type of walk

Hilly, Flat

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Water On Route

About this walk

Amazing open space for those dogs who really need to let off steam, pretty Woods & open fields, no grazing animals. You do meet the odd horse & rider but not often. Parking is at the cricket pavilion or along the road.

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Comments (9)

  • bilaviatu profile

    4 years ago

    Am I missing something but where is the walk? I see where to park but then....
  • Daytona profile

    4 years ago

    Anywhere that isn't residential! :) Basically, the foothills up to Salisbury Plain is all MoD Managed Access land I believe. It's a HUGE playground. It's so large, I don't know the western and eastern extent. Occasionally you'll see (& hear!) soldiers carrying out low level/fitness training. A mile further south, over the Plain perimeter track, it's restricted by red flags - open at Christmas & Easter and occasional weekends.
  • Mollycoddled1 profile

    4 years ago

    So you park up and then what?
  • Wandering_Explorer profile

    4 years ago

    There’s a car park up a little lane at the side of the pub go up there & Park by the pavilion then follow the path through the woods & you’ll be met with more space than you’ve ever seen in your life 😊 it’s massive!
  • Margaretrosemary profile

    4 years ago

    Have just been for a lovely wet walk here. Do not waste time looking for the pub, we tried three trips up and down, then realised there was a car park at the church, just across the road from the entry point.
  • roxj profile

    3 years ago

    Hi, is there a map ? I am not from the area so don't really know where to go ? Thanks
  • Samikin profile

    a year ago

    Absolutely gorgeous! There are miles and miles of field or forest for your dog to explore and you can take multiple different routes. Cannot recommend highly enough!
  • ehug profile

    a year ago

    Stunning location. Plenty of paths and space for dogs to explore off the lead!
  • EdgarandJane profile

    a year ago

    We parked on the main road and walked up the dirt track to the carpark and began the walk. Beautiful woods and meadows, with bluebells galore. Lots of space for dogs to run and sniff about. We didn't encounter too many people even though it was a bank holiday weekend. Definitely coming back again
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45 High St, Erlestoke, Devizes SN10 5UA, UK View on Google

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Location details

Tiny Lane next to the old pub leads up to the cricket pavilion where there’s ample parking.

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