Dogging in Essex

You better believe that there is plenty of dogging in Essex going on. The famous Essex girls and Essex guys get it on in woods and car parks throughout the county. Here is an up to date list of where you can join in the fun dogging in Essex.

Basildon Dogging

  • Basildon doggers head for Langdon Hills Country Park. For the best action, park outside the Church in the road signposted One Tree Hill (off Dry Street) walk back to Dry Street and up the footpath into the woods. Take a torch.
  • Check out the details on The Halfway House dogging spot further on.

    Brentwood Dogging

  • Childerditch car park, off Childerditch Lane, which is north of Magpie Lane, is the place for Brentwood doggers to get it together.
  • Tylers Common, along Nags Head Lane. Take the A1023 out of town and 500 metres or before the M25 junction turn left along the lane when you get to the Nags Head pub.
  • Also, you are 3 miles or so from possibly the best dogging in Essex spot at The Halfway House - see description at Romford dogging.

    Chelmsford Dogging

    Head into Boreham Village and then take the back road towards Danbury. After about a mile after the bridge over river, turn left where signposted to FORD, half a mile down on right, park up, walk into field, go down to the bottom, fnarr fnarr, and have some fun.

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    Colchester Dogging

    Colchester doggers and Braintree doggers are to be found at a place called Cudmore Grove Country park at the eastern end of Mersea Island. Directions - head from Colchester towards Braintree on the A120 and go past the third turning on the left to Coggeshall then look for a car park sign. There is a bird hide around here, which is quite appropriate.

    Leigh on Sea Doggers

  • In the bushes off the bridleway on the edge of Belfairs Park Golf Course. Watch out for stray balls.
  • Behind the train station via a side road there is a large amount of parking by the sea wall, and also further down over a narrow bridge there is tarmac parking by the boat slipway.
  • Give the Arches a miss and head off to Leigh Marshes - just behind Leigh-on-Sea Station. Go to two tree island, past the golf range and over the bridge. Have a look around all the car parks down here. If you want some outdoor action, walk to the furthest bird hide, as there is often some dogging going on amongst the many bushes and undergrowth.

    Romford Dogging

    The famous Halfway House on the A127 halfway (hence the name) between Romford and Southend. This attracts doggers from all over Essex and is a great dogging spot, with action all the time. You are looking for the Travelodge - drive through the car park and turn left into the lane, and then after 500 metres, left into Southgate Road. You will come across a large car park, which serves a bandstand/pagoda type building, which is part of Thorndon Country Park. Dogging action is either in the car park or in the woods - and don't be shy, everyone is there the same reason as you, so go for it.

    Also check out Tylers Common along Nags Head Lane.

    Southend Dogging

    The Arches? NO. We have had no reports of dogging in Southend. None at all. That surprised us too as we fully expected to find plenty of doggers in Southend, so if you know of any hot dogging spots nearby, do let us know. Meantime, Southend Doggers should head for any of the Essex dogging spots listed here.

    Other Essex dogging spots include the following.
    Chigwell - car park opposite the Camelot Pub
    Clacton - Holland Haven Country Park and the nudist beach at St Osyth
    Hainault - furthest car park in the Country Park
    Harlow - nothing!
    Hutton - opposite the church
    Witham - the woods by disused public toilet on the west side of town

    Dogging in Essex continues to get more and more popular with plenty of fun locations. Also, every time you drive past the Halfway House now you can have a little smile to yourself, knowing what goes on behind the bushes there.

    We are working to provide you with the most up to date listing of UK wide Dogging Spots. If you know of any places we should check out, please contact us.