Room to Zoom Dog Field, Attleborough [REVIEW]



Deopham Road, Attleborough, NR17 1YG


52.524403638259, 1.0109784054


Field Details

BDF Reviewed

Latest Review Date

April 7, 2024

Reactive Dog Friendly *

See notes

Single field site


6ft or 1.8m

Fencing notes

See notes

Secure In-Field Parking

Parking Arrangements

Exclusive In-field Parking


Maximum 2 car capacity


1 to 2 acres

Secure Online Booking

Buffer between customers

More than 10 min


£8 for 1 hour (weekday) £10 weekend

Buggy Accessible

Max Number Dogs





About This Field

Room to Zoom is a 1.5 acre secure dog field located a few minutes from Attleborough in Norfolk and just a few hundred metres from the A11 junction making it really accessible for anyone travelling too or from this popular dog-holiday destination.

What is Room to Zoom Dog Field Like?

Surrounded on all but one side by woodland or hedge, Room to Zoom Dog Field feels like you’ve got a piece of woodland to yourself.

At the time of our visit the field itself was just recovering from a very wet winter and it was holding up surprisingly well with good grass coverage – the field itself is really lovely and in a nice location. Because it is sheltered by the trees around, I think this would be a great option in the summer months when you might be looking to get some respite from the midday sun.

There is a shelter at the far end of the field with a picnic bench and some emergency dog poo bags if you forget your own but you need to bring your own water.

There were a few logs in one corner which provided some nice enrichment but the tyres scattered around had certainly seen better days. There was also a tyre swing – the tyre was damaged to the point where it definitely needs attention.

Is Room to Zoom Dog Field Secure?

The field felt secure and the owner has gone to some lengths to create a safe environment. The gate to the road is good and there were no gaps underneath – secured with a hefty padlock which you could also secure from the inside of the field.

The fencing is 1.8m (6ft) and has been bent over in an inwards angle. This is ordinarily done with a hinged fence but it works ok here and might make owners of very athletic dogs feel a little more secure. The fence also has chicken wire at the base and the fence itself has a very small aperture anyway – secure for small dogs.

Booking and Accessing Room to Zoom Dog Field

Booking is through a simple to use booking site with weekday and weekend rates that are very reasonable.

Sessions are one hour with 1 funn 15-minute buffer between sessions which is very reassuring.

The access from the road is very easy – you pull off the road onto a tarmac area before opening the gate and pulling into the secure area to release your dogs safely.

Notes for Reactive Dog Owners:

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If you’re interested in finding out what Norfolk can be like as a holiday destination with a reactive dog, check out this blog.




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