Southwell Secure Dog Field, Newark



Southwell Road, Kirklington, Newark, NG22 8DA


53.107701808636, -0.99288738160001


Field Details

Reactive Dog Friendly *


Single field site


6ft or 1.8m

Secure In-Field Parking

Parking Arrangements

Exclusive In-field Parking


Parking inside field (6 cars)


2 to 4 acres

Secure Online Booking

Buffer between customers



From £10 for 1hr

Regular User Discounts

Max Number Dogs





About This Field

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3 reviews for “Southwell Secure Dog Field, Newark

  1. Laurel

    I love this field for my pup. It gives the perfect space away from distractions for training and a good off-lead runabout. There are a few ducks in the river to the side which aren’t visible to the dogs due to the height of the grass and there is a very quiet private road on the other side.
    The only reasons for a 4 star rating rather than 5 are that the field gets very waterlogged in bad weather (perfect for the water loving dogs, not so perfect for the car afterwards!) and some field users choose not to pick up after their pets, despite a bin and rolls of bags placed all around the fences.
    All in all, I will continue to visit this field and encourage others to as well.

  2. Wendy Taylor

    A beautiful large field, with wet weather shelter, picnic bench and agility equipment.
    A very peaceful location surrounded by trees, the dogs love it.

  3. Emma

    This is one of my favourite dog fields because it’s so quiet and beautiful. It’s lovely to hear the trickle of the stream and birdsong as you walk. I love the views over the countryside. The field is big with some nice agility equipment and my water-loving dog is in heaven when there are big puddles in the winter! I like that there’s a shelter as I was able to bring my mum who can’t walk for her to take in the view while I walked my girl. Parking is good as there’s an airlock-style car park, and people generally respect that they wait in the lane for their turn until coming into the carpark. Our dog and her friend spend each visit sniffing, watching, and relaxed. We try to visit at least once a month.

    There are a couple of downsides to the field (hence, the four stars). The entry code has been the same for at least the year I’ve been using the field and the padlock can be tricky to use sometimes. We’ve had a few occasions where people have overstayed their time or arrived half an hour early (possibly with the intention of sneaking into the field early due to knowing the code!). For my people reactive girl, having someone come into the car park can be really stressful. The field does get water-logged in the winter (a bonus for my dog!), which might be a problem for some people. Also, there’s a country lane running down one side of the field and people do walk off-lead dogs down there sometimes. There are two fences and quite a few metres of land in between to keep these dogs away from the field, but for a highly dog-reactive dog, it may be something they notice. Also, during some points of the year, bird scarers go off in the distance. Our girl is super sound sensitive, so we’ve had to cut our visit short on occasions due to the bangs. They’re not all-year round and they’re more common in the evenings, in my experience, but it’s worth knowing this could be an issue.

    I hope this is a fair assessment of the field. It continues to be one of our favourites and I’m thrilled to have access to such a beautiful space.

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