Friday, 20 February 2009

Gloucestershire


Main dogging sites and directions for Gloucestershire, including major towns and cities: Gloucester, Bristol, Cheltenham, Stroud, Cirencester and Tewkesbury.
A small BBC article on Gloucestershire dogging - might be of interest to some.

Birdlip and Stroud
Travel North up A417 from Cirencester. Follow the "Scenic Route" for "Birdlip & Stroud". Left turning and 1st on right is a parking place with a view. This is good after dark dogging.
Bristol
Clifton Downs near the centre of Bristol is a good (late night only) dogging location. Ladies mile is the main road for it and "sea walls" is popular with gays cruising. Follow signs for Bristol Zoo. "The Downs" is the large park/common adjacent to it.
Coaley Peak
Coaly Peak Picnic Area between Stroud and Dursley - now the travellers have been moved and skip loads of rubbish taken away the site is worth visiting.
Crickley Hill Country Park
Directions are as per Birdlip but continue on the A417 to the Air Balloon (Pub) roundabout, take the 2nd exit, sign posted Leckhampton, and Crickley Hill is appron 100 yards on the left. A large carpark and one smaller more intimate carpark and several really intimate spots. Good for people that meet at Birdlip and then want more privacy.
Gloucester
Near Quedgley, Gloucester GL2. North bound leave the M5 at junction 12 (B4008) and at the end of the slip road turn left, at roundabout turn right onto A38 and continue along here past a large layby that's wide open to another (on the left) that's secluded from the main road by trees. Many good nights of dogging had here, mostly gay fraternity, but some single females (2 of whom are nearly regulars) & some couples.
South Cerney Water Park
There's fun to be had in the car parks around South Cerney Waterpark between Cirencester and Swindon.
Tog Hill
The Tog Hill (Doynton Lane, off M4 ) car-park and picnic area is good for dogging action, lots of gay action here too.
redland train station
great place for gay dogging late at night, park up outside nearby park.



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