Dogging Action has arrived in Warwickshire. Search for the Best Warwckshire Dogging Locations and Rugby Dogging Spots full of Randy Local Doggers.
- Oversley woods car park, just off the A46, sign posted for Oversley Green, 800 yards along track with car park and woods at the end, good dogging action after dark but busy with walkers in the day.
Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate
- The industrial estate is fast becoming a good place to go, just park up and it all comes to you.
Bishop’s Itchington – Hambridge Road
- Long lane only used by dog walkers and the bit of farm traffic, very quiet after dark.
Blind Pitts Lane
- We sometimes use Blind Pitts Lane, Wishaw, just up from the White Horse Pub, off the Kingsbury Road.
Burton Dassett Hills Country Park
- Just off the M40 south of the Gaydon Junction. Leave the Motorway at the Motor Museum, turn left at B4100 go south about a mile and then left and back over the motorway and up the hill. You can see the beacon tower from the M40. M40 Gaydon exit, Burton Dasset Hills Country Park, great for flashing and some late night action in cars.
- Near Dunchurch off the A45. At the Dunchurch Village traffic lights head towards Rugby and Hillmorton, at next roundabout turn left, then take first left immediately afterwards into picnic area. Usually between 5 to 10 couples usually in the evenings after dark, it’s well secluded from the main road, with lots of car fun and invites.
- Kingwalsey Lane, Kingwalsey, near Meridan. When proceeding along the A45 Birmingham to Coventry, pass Stonebridge Island and about 1 mile further on and immediately before the Little Chef, turn left into into Shepherds Lane, sign posted B4102 Fillongley, Maxstoke, Meridan. After the right turn to Green End there are several lay-bys at various farm gates which are used by couples. If you park, it should not be long before you are joined by another car driver. En route there is a left turn to Green End which passes under the M6 and is used by couples. At the dogging site, there is a style leading to a public right of way and to the left is a large wooded area with plenty of places shielded by ferns. When approaching along the A45, Coventry to Birmingham, take the new slip road sign posted B4104 Maxstoke, Meridan. Proceed up the slope to a junction and turn right sign posted Maxstoke. Carry on for about 2 miles and take a right at the sign for Green End and proceed as described earlier. This site is visited by the police on a regular basis, so hide yourselves in the woods.
Gaydon Lay By
- Come off M40 at Junction 12, turn left at junction, come to roundabout, turn left past the garage, it’s a lay-by on the left.
Haywood Nature Reserve
- Coming from Knowle drive down the Warwick Road to Baddesley Clinton. Pass the Orange Tree Pub on your right and turn next right. Follow road and turn next left, signposted from there. Watch out for wood on your left. If car park is closed park on the road. Normally single men there through the day and couples later on into the night.
High Cross – Fosse Way
- Several sites near the cross roads at Cloudsley Bush in lay-bys and lanes, farm gateways. between the A5 and the Nuneaton to Rugby road, lorry parks at Magna Park are useful pick-up points. A resident transvestite wearing nothing more than a leotard is often around here.
- Crackly Lane, mainly gay men, but lots of straight guys are their so women should come too.
Leamington Spa – Newbold Comyn
- Newbold Comyn in Leamington Spa car park every night.
- Lay by set back off the road has a screen of bushes, follow road signs for New Arley, you will find the lay by on Spring Hill and Gun Hill just past the turning for Old Arley. It’s very secluded, not visited much by doggers but more importantly the police don’t seem to visit either. Too far off the beaten track for yob element as well.
- Just off Rugby there is a small village called Barby, on Kilsby Road there is an old recently deserted farm and in the barn a haystack, it’s a discrete place and great to bounce around on.
- There is a nature reserve at the bottom of the road past Brownsover hall. Well secluded with good walks for discreet meets. Sometimes couples playing or males day or night time. Just beware of local dog walkers but other wise good place to meet.
- Swift Valley nature park has some good cover off main road. Have seen gays and couples here days and nights. Sometimes busy with walkers.
- Ryton Pools, near Coventry. Take A423 towards Southam from Coventry, and turn right at signposted roundabout, drive past Police College, and a turning is on left further up the road.
- Near Southam on the A423 Banbury to Southam Road. Just past the turning for Ladbroke heading for Southam, the lay-by on the left, with hedges and trees covering view from the road.
Tredington to Etington
- Fosseway to Etington lay-by on left with junction! Nice wooded area to be more discreet! after six at nights is best! Park next to wood till some one turns in then show interest and walk in to wood.
- Quiet location off the Leamington to Southam Road just before the village of Ufton. turn left 3/4 up Ufton Hill, down lane. Site is 100 yards on left. Wedding barn visitors car park, not used by owners after dark.
Warwick – St Nicholas’ Park
- Kingfisher Pond, have noticed a lot of activity around this location recently, especially when the weather’s nice! It’s situated over the river bridge in St Nicholas’ Park, behind the sea scout hut. If you follow the path round the lake to the other side there are lots of bushes where you regularly see young couples coming in and out, normally early evening. Be warned though, daytime activity is not advised as the path is on a route to a local high school and the school kids have been known to use this location for a little smoke.