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Edited: 9th May 2019

M6 Junction 15 woodland dog walk, Staffordshire

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The woodland here is perfect for dogs to really let off steam and thunder through the trees at speed. Even on the hottest of days, the cooling canopy of branches provides shade and the leaf strewn tracks are kind to car-tired travelling paws.

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MarieO

Green 55 Points
15 August 2020

Lovely woodland dog walk - with picnic benches

We stopped for a break here en route to the Lake District and it was great. A lovely woodland which is easy to find your way around even though the markers are a bit worn. We had a picnic on a hot day underneath the trees, and there are rubbish bins to get rid of your rubbish which helps on a long journey. Top tip is not to park immediately off the road, but to keep driving up until you see the water tower. Will stop here again.

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JLIMPITLAW

Green 139 Points
29 December 2019

M6 Jct 15

One of our regular stopping places when travelling between Northamptonshire and Scotland. A lovely bit of woodland with lots for the dogs to explore. We have never actually managed to find the route markers but it is easy enough to navigate your way around a short loop. Free parking and a bit of open space for a picnic lunch too.

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Jazzscottie

Green 35 Points
16 November 2018

Beautiful Autumn Walk

Just finished this walk today. Our doggy absolutely loved it! Beautiful woodland walk with lots of things for him to sniff and explore. The signposts for the different routes could be a little better but even without following a specific route it was still easy to find your way around.

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louisap

Green 24 Points
26 April 2014

A brilliant place to have a break from M6 traffic (although lacks toilets). We started to follow the red route, lost the signs and made up our own route through the woods. Fun for dogs and teenagers.

Edited: 9th May 2019. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate.