Erlestoke Woods

Dog walk in Wiltshire

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Added by emilygrayy a year ago
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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.


Walk features

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


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

45 High St, Erlestoke, Devizes SN10 5UA, UK

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  • bilaviatu profile
    Am I missing something but where is the walk? I see where to park but then....
    a year ago
  • Daytona profile
    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.
    a year ago
  • Mollycoddled1 profile
    So you park up and then what?
    a year ago
  • emilygrayy profile
    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!
    a year ago
  • Margaretrosemary profile
    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.
    a year ago
  • roxj profile
    Hi, is there a map ? I am not from the area so don't really know where to go ? Thanks
    8 months ago
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Walks near Erlestoke Woods