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Came across park whilst walking around Cirencester. What a great place, people friendly, one long... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Lee M
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London, United Kingdom
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Beautiful park at any time of year

Always lovely walking here whatever the season. You can really stride out along the main drive, or... read more

Reviewed 14 July 2018
JustcallmeJudith2013
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Exeter, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Came across park whilst walking around Cirencester. What a great place, people friendly, one long walk, view from top looking back onto the church tower amazing, and all lined by chestnut trees.

Thank Lee M
Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

Always lovely walking here whatever the season. You can really stride out along the main drive, or take advantage of the shaded woodland in the current heatwave. Plenty of room for everyone!There’s now an added bonus of a coffee van near the entrance. Sociable spot.

Thank JustcallmeJudith2013
Reviewed 17 June 2018

Plenty of walking to be achieved around this huge park. One very long straight path . Definitely a dog walkers paradise .

Thank SE A
Reviewed 1 June 2018

We used this path to get from our campsite to the town. The dips and troughs make it seem endless. Worth a visit.

Thank 55drolfe
Reviewed 1 May 2018

A very large park, but dogs are restricted to the main walk from the gates to the brow of the hill, and to the wooded areas to either side. It is very popular though, and the main path seems to go on forever, giving a...More

2  Thank Kaz565
Reviewed 2 April 2018

If you're after a nice long walk, then this place is ideal. It's also a nice place to see horses grazing in a field. On occasion, someone riding a horse may pass you!

1  Thank Paul B
Reviewed 27 March 2018

We used to live in Cirencester and took our Greyhounds for walks here regularly, lovely big park for a long amble. Great for couples, family's etc

Thank Wendy L
Reviewed 27 February 2018 via mobile

We visited Cirencester Park after meeting our friends for lunch. It was a perfect place to walk our little sausage dog. There was a small car park which you could park in for 2 hours although it’s not easy to find if your following the...More

4  Thank BexR25
Reviewed 24 February 2018

Very large park near the centre of town. Some lovely views of the town and parish church. Somewhat easy to get lost in due to several branching paths. Lovely trip particularly in nice weather

Thank Matthew P
Reviewed 23 February 2018

We were out for a good long walk and the dog walkers had to stop at the first 'no dogs beyond this point' sign, turn around and head straight back to town. The best part of the park lay beyond the canine playground and satisfied...More

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Response from Wendy L | Reviewed this property |
Parking in Cirencester is relatively easy, we have never had a problem getting a space. The car park we always use is the Waterloo. You can walk straight through into the high street from there, not a long walk, also the Old... More
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PaulineBryan
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Response from IndianaEssex | Reviewed this property |
there were lots of dogs in the park when we were there. Lots of open space and woodland with paths (although not wheelchair accessible in my opinion). The main path up through the park is wide and smooth, so would assume... More
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