Ham Rd, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham GL52 6NH
Reactive Dog Friendly *
6ft or 1.8m
4 to 10 acres
Secure Online Booking
Buffer between customers
Private parking for 3 cars
From £15 session
Regular User Discounts
Max Number Dogs
WoodlandPond or StreamPaddockSpecialActivities
* We only list fields as reactive friendly following a visit because reactivity means different things to different dogs! Details can be found on each review in the yellow section. Listed fields field may be suitable for reactive dogs, but we have just not had the chance to verify this.
About This Field
Ronnie’s Field is just 3 miles from central Cheltenham in Gloucestershire. It is a fabulous secure field over approximately 5 acres, with breathtaking views from the top of the field.
There are a great number of amazing things about Ronnie’s Field and the fencing is a 6ft welded wire fence all around.
The field is positioned on the side of a hill with a flat parking area and a double gated entry system – not drive-in but space for several cars. Once in the main field, there is a stone path that takes you down to a little bridge, over a ditch and the field opens out into a meadow. There is plenty of shade offered by mature trees, and lots of picnic tables dotted about. The hill itself is relatively steep (not suitable for those with mobility issues) but once at the top, the views are stunning. At the very top, there is a picnic area and a water supply for dogs from a water tank.
There are lovely tracks around the entire area, behind cover and fantastic for snuffles. Half way down the hill there’s an old oak tree with hanging tyres and at the far side of the field, a muddy pond which was about 2 ft deep at the time of our visit in August.
Overall this is a really fantastic field and our dogs were shattered from running up and down the hill!
Communication from the owner was good and excellent reminders that you must arrive and leave within your allotted sessions which we very much welcome.
Notes for Reactive Dog Owners:
This field is not drive in and the gates could be a little more secure. We used the chained padlocks to secure these during our visit as the latches could have been pushed by a robust escape artist.
The field shares a boundary with a field that has a visible deer stand so it is possible that shooting takes place at some point which might be an issue for noise reactive dogs.
Photos: © British Dog Fields