REVIEW: Harbury Fields Dog Walking Fields, Leamington Spa



Harbury Fields Farm, Middle Road, Harbury, Leamington Spa, CV33 9JN


52.2407167, -1.4863229


Field Details

BDF Reviewed

Latest Review Date

May 29, 2024

Reactive Dog Friendly *

See notes


6ft or 1.8m

Secure In-Field Parking

Parking Arrangements

Exclusive In-field Parking


Parking inside field


1 to 2 acres

Secure Online Booking

Buffer between customers

5 min

Fresh Water


From £4.50 for 25min

Regular User Discounts

Max Number Dogs





About This Field

Harbury Fields Dog Walking Fields offers two dog fields secured with fencing to 1.9m and both have in-field parking. They’re located 6 miles from Leamington Spa and 6 miles from Southam in Warwickshire.

  • Field 1: Lawton Field
  • Field 2: Butlin Field

Booking and Accessing Harbury Fields

Booking is through a secure online booking system – first you choose the number of dogs you will be bringing and then you have three choices – pick ‘any field’ or choose a specific field if that’s important to you. They are a similar size and set up.

You access the fields down a farm track that is sign posted from the main road – there are clearly marked signposts to the fields.

The fields are on you right, the first one being Lawton Field and the Second, Butlin Field.

There were no gate codes issued at the time that we visited but there was a small catch on the inside of the gate to prevent unauthorised access.

What is Harbury Fields Like?

We visited Butlin Field which is a 2.5 acre open paddock that dips slightly from the car parking area to the bottom of the square-ish field. The parking area is large enough for a couple of vehicles and there is space outside of the gates to park should you be coming in a larger group.

Facilities-wise, there’s a tin shelter in the top corner of the car park, bins at various spots around the field and some agricultural enrichment with tyres for jumping on an playing around. There are also several mounds that have been created with pipes through as tunnels but sadly these pipes are so small that our dogs couldn’t get through them! These will probably be nice once they are covered in vegetation.

Is Harbury Fields Secure?

The fields are secured with 1.9m fencing all round and rabbit netting has been added at the base for extra security for tiny dogs. The entrance gate is 1.8m in height.

Notes for Reactive Dog Owners:

This site has 2 fields that are adjacent to one another, separated by about 20m or so (at a guess). Whist there is some low level screening on both fences, it is possible to see directly into the next field and you can hear people and dogs.

There is a dog friendly campsite at Harbury Fields and the path to the designated dog walking for these guests runs directly along the access track to the fields. Whilst the fence is screened (to full height), the gate isn’t and during our visit there was someone with a dog that walked past the gate (slowly and inquisitively).

For these reasons, if you have a dog that is reactive to this kind of activity, these fields may not be for you. Presuming that the campsite is seasonal, this may not be as much of an issue in winter.

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