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Upper Roddlesworth Reservoir and Woodland - A Review

Updated: Nov 10, 2020

Upper Roddlesworth Reservoir Woodland is a local dog walking beauty spot I use as a profesional dog walker. My brief to customers is that their dog will be walked in beautiful woodland settings and scenic trails, away from busy roads and parks full of distractions. I am extremely lucky therefore to live in an area surrounded by an incredible choice of woodlands and trails when walking Pleasington Paws dogs.

Roddlesworth woodland, near Tockholes is a stunning location for dog walkers and one I use several times a weak. It's a circular route, which can be extended to as long a walk as you wish, full of stunning woodland trails, scenic water views, flowing streams and an abundance of wildlife and fauna.

If you and your dog love to explore amongst trees, rivers, streams and expanses of beautiful water, framed by tree lined borders, then it really is a great place to visit. There are so many opportuniities for your dog to splash about in water making this walk a real bonus for water loving dogs. There are excellent maintained laid paths and ample signage on well placed posts to follow ensuring an easy to navigate walk full of nature and wildlife. Deer often stroll through the woodland and share their grace and beauty with us and don't seem to mind our presence at all.

There is also an information centre with and on site dog friendly cafe and pub, plus a free visitors car park. What more can you ask for! A perfect location for dog walkers, families and nature lovers.

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