This is the most up to date resource on where you can find places to enjoy dogging in Shropshire. For such a rural county, it can come as a surprise to some that there is so much action, but action there most definitely is - for all age ranges.
On the A442 heading towards Telford there is a turning at the top of Newton Bank which is signposted Worfield. Go down this lane and at the cross roads turn left and go past the houses, follow it all the way to the end to a private field that is owned by a couple that likes getting it together with others. If you hang around a while, expect them to join in - they regularly do.
Shropshire doggers often meet at a car park near RAF Cosford. It's about three miles from Junction 3 off the M54. Heading towards Wolverhampton on the A41, pass RAF Cosford on the right and a little way after the dual carriage way ends, you will see a goal post style entrance to the car park with room for about a dozen cars.
South West out of Ludlow is Whitcliffe Common. Along Whitcliffe Road and Killhorse Lane - whoever came up with that name? - there are many spots ideal to pull off (and be pulled off!), and head off into the woods for some fun. Bear in mind, Ludlow is quite a small place, so the action won't be as busy as other places.
The Oswestry old racecourse on the outskirts of town is is well known for dogging meetings. A number of car parks here, yet it's probably best to start in the main car park. When you see others who you think want to join you, check that they do by using the dogging etiquette guide. If the car park is busy with non-doggers, then simply walk into the forest - there are plenty of quiet off the beaten path places for some outdoors group fun.
The famous and very popular Haughmond Hill car park is the spot to go dogging in Shrewsbury. Take the B5062 out of town, go past Haughmond Abbey and take the next right into Haughmond Hill - with the car park on your right after half a mile or so.
The car park at Ercall Wood to the west of the town is the best place for dogging meets in Telford. Use the car park on Ercall Lane close to the M54. An alternative is the Snedshill picnic but it is not recommended, as there often families with small children about.
Two miles south of Whitchurch is the Brown Moss Countryside site - a large nature reserve with lots of dense woodland and secluded parking spots near the lake.
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