Reports reaching us from our Beach Dogging correspondent say that naturists on Polgaver Beach at Carlyon Bay on the south side of Cornwall have been told to start covering up as the area now seems to be attracting beach doggers too. A developer building beach front homes says the secluded retreat is also being used by randy couples looking for exhibitionist sex. Sounds like a dream location to move to really, a beach front house in Cornwall where you can oggle people dogging. This got me thinking, although clearly being a naturist and a dogger are two very different things, could the desire to be nude outdoors and the desire to have sex outdoors actually stem from the same basic urge. To do something a bit risky, a bit naughty ?
Other Cornish Dogging Locations Include:
A car park overlooking the mount is not only famous for breathtaking views, but also its dirty dogging antics.
The Helston Boating Lake car park has been known to be frequented by doggers.
The Cardinham Woods car park is said to have been a popular spot for late night entertainment in the past.
The car parks at Tehidy Woods Country Park are safe havens for doggers, offering seclusion and plentiful tree cover. Gang bangs often going on.
There are several lay-bys on the coastal road between Hayle and Portreath which have been known to be rocking until the early hours.
The cliff top car park overlooking Loe Bar beach has apparently seen its fair share of dogging activity.
According to the Cornwall Council website the Kit Hill Country Club is a prime spot for bird watching, do they know about the dogging ?
The 58 acres of parkland and forestry is often full of horny doggers moaning and groaning.
Doggers who head to Crantock Beach’s National Trust car park have been warned to watch out for patrolling police cars. The Holywell Bay National Trust beach car park gets going at 11pm onwards with the car park located right next to the Penhale training camp.
Doggers at Downderry Beach are advised to park to the east of Downderry and walk along the road until they meet the coast path which is on a sharp bend. A steep path then goes down to three beaches, but two of the three get cut off by the tide so doggers have to keep an eye on advancing seas.
The car park at the town’s leisure centre is popular with people indulging in a different type of exercise routine.
A quiet car park next to Loe Beach has proved popular with doggers over the years.
Luxulyan Valley is a little bit of a hot-spot, overlooked by its towering viaduct.
The right hand side of Mevagissey’s harbour can be known to bounce into the early hours, plenty of bareback here too.
Also popular with walkers, the car park on the left after the Par Docks traffic lights offers tree cover, a big plus for dogging action.