Wild Wuffas Secure Dog Field, Buxton



Boosley Grange Farm, Newtown, Longnor, Buxton, SK17 0ND


53.159708494788, -1.9013040552417


Field Details

BDF Reviewed

Latest Review Date

December 2, 2023

Reactive Dog Friendly *

See notes.


6ft or 1.8m

Fencing notes

5cm x 10cm netting (see images)

Secure In-Field Parking


1 to 2 acres

Secure Online Booking

Buffer between customers

10 min

Fresh Water


From £10 for 50min

Max Number Dogs





About This Field

Wild Wuffas Secure Dog Field is located in breathtaking scenery in the Peak District National Park. It’s approximately 10 miles from both Buxton and Leek to the north and south.

Booking and Accessing Wild Wuffas Secure Dog Field

Booking is through a secure website and sessions are 50 minutes – if you have a reactive dog, we recommend leaving the usual few minutes either side of your booking to ensure you don’t bump into other users.

The field location is marked at the farm gate and located just a few minutes drive down a farm track – the W3W link and Google maps pin will both take you directly to the gate.

Once you arrive at the field there is an area suitable for one vehicle inside the secure fencing on hard standing. The gates are flush with the ground and there is a padlock for securing yourself once inside the parking area.

What is Wild Wuffas Secure Dog Field Like?

Wild Wuffas has lovely views out to the Peak District National Park and is a very nice space. Your dog is visible from everywhere in the field which can be reassuring for some users.

There are a number of activities around the field, something suitable for all sizes and capabilities.

There is a lovely field shelter which houses a seating area, some complimentary drinks, water for the dogs and a closed-lid toy box containing some good quality toys.

Is Wild Wuffas Dog Field Secure?

This field is fenced to 6ft (1.8m) with high tensile thik gauge netting (see image for reference with standard medium chuck-it). The netting is 5cm x 10cm universally from top to bottom so is suitable for all but the tiniest or most athletic dogs. The fencing is well installed and flush with the ground.

The car park is a secure pen for safe release and has a good surface. There’s a small area of grass for pre-field ablutions and a welcome boot scraper although, even following some very wet weather, the field was in incredibly good condition with no muddy areas.

Things you should know about Wild Wuffas:

  • Wild Wuffas won the Derbyshire Dog Field of the Year 2023 in it’s first year of opening.

Notes for Reactive Dog Owners:

  • This field is well set back from the public road and has secure parking however the position of the field means that you ay see farm traffic occasionally passing
  • There is new hedging around the exposed areas of the field so in time, you will be completely secluded
  • There are no footpaths or livestock in the vicinity

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