Wendlebury Walkies Dog Walking Fields, Wendlebury [REVIEW]

Contact


Address

Elm Tree Farm, Main Street, Bicester, OX25 2QA

GPS

51.875161695787, -1.178224174919

Telephone


Field Details

BDF Reviewed

Latest Review Date

June 10, 2024

Reactive Dog Friendly *

See Notes

Single field site

Fencing

6ft or 1.8m

Fencing notes

2 fields sharing one site – screening between

Secure In-Field Parking

Parking Arrangements

Exclusive In-field Parking

Size

1 to 2 acres

Secure Online Booking

Buffer between customers

10 min

Fresh Water

Price

From £10 / 50 minutes (extra dogs +£)

Regular User Discounts

Buggy Accessible

Max Number Dogs

10 but ask owner for larger groups

Type

PaddockActivities

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About This Field

Wendlebury Walkies dog fields are really easy to get to – just a few miles from Bicester and the M40 in in the opposite direction. These fields are located just off the main road and are accessible by any vehicle.

This site has 2 fields adjacent to one another with a shared fence but if you have a reactive dog, you can contact the owner who will arrange a ‘solo’ visit for you.

  • Langford Field
  • Farm Field

Booking and Access to Wendlebury Walkies

The website is easy to navigate – just be aware that to book, you exit the Wendlebury Walkies site to a separate secure booking provider.

As mentioned, access to these fields is great – many dog fields have rugged tracks but this field has a concrete track to both field gates so cars with low clearance will find these fields accessible.

What is Wendlebury Walkies Like?

Each field is approximately 1.5 acres and faces out out onto a lovely view of the countryside.

These fields are designed to be almost identical and so it doesn’t matter which you choose. They both have a stone parking area, small field shelter, water tap, dog waste bins, general waste bins and a variety of agricultural enrichment around the field.

They’re both mown for accessibility and are nice and flat for anyone with mobility issues.

Are Wendlebury Walkies Dog Fields Secure?

The fields are secured with 1.8m (approx 6ft) high otter fence which has 5cm x 10cm holes. This makes it suitable for almost all dogs. The fence is laid into the field to prevent digging out.

The gates are 1.8m deer gates. The car park area is within the fields – it’s open to the fields (there is no ‘catch pen’) so you might need to leave yourself some time to capture dogs that are reluctant to go home.

Notes for Reactive Dog Owners:

  • These fields are adjacent to one another, separated by a shared fence. There is full height screening.
  • Don’t be alarmed by the ‘connecting gate’ – it is locked and is secure at ground level.
  • If you wish to have the site to yourself, contact the owner who can arrange this for you – alternatively, you can book both parks at once.
  • There is a farm track that runs along the front of both fields and is well used so if you have a dog that s reactive to traffic, this may not be the field set up for you.

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