About This Field
Creaton Dog Walking Park is a secure dog walking field 8 miles north of Northampton with beautiful views of the Northamptonshire countryside.
This dog field is approximately 1 acre and fenced to just over 6ft all round with deer fencing and rabbit mesh at the based so suitable for the smallest dogs.
Booking and Accessing Creaton Dog Walking Park
Booking Creaton Dog Walking Park is very simple through a secure online booking system and you will receive a booking confirmation via email. There isn’t a lock on the field gate so no code is required.
Access to the field is very straight forward and both Google Maps and the what3words listed here will take you to the farm entrance. There is also a sign on the main road. Once on the farm road you will see the field in front of you.
The is secure parking both within the airlock and within the field itself – this is well secured with over 6ft weld mesh gates.
What is Creaton Dog Park like?
This is a great exercise paddock – at around 1 acre (square shape) it has plenty of space to throw a ball. There is a log in the field and some weave poles but you might want bring toys for enrichment. The grass is thick and kept short so is suitable for buggies and people who aren’t very steady on their feet.
There are lovely views for miles over the countryside from this elevated position so you might need extra layers on cold days!
Is Creaton Dog Walking Park Secure?
This field is surrounded with just over 6ft deer fencing with rabbit mesh at the base.
Access is through a set of two 6ft welded mesh vehicle gates.
Useful Information About Creaton Dog Walking Park
- Easy to access and centrally located
- Very good value at £8.50 per hour for up to 3 dogs
- Lovely views over countryside and farmland
- Use the What3Words location for the main farm entrance as this is not signposted at the entrance
- There is no water so bring a bowl but there is a dog waste bin and there are bags available
Notes For Reactive Dog Owners
- For any movement reactive dogs, there is a relatively busy main road within ear shot and eye sight through the hedge – this will not be visible when the hedge is in full leaf but can be seen in early spring when we visited
- The farm road passes the field and several cars passed during our visit
- In the very far distance there is a used footpath across the surrounding field – no doubt not visible when the crops are up but a consideration for any sight hounds with a high alter-ness
Photos: © British Dog Fields