GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Dogmersfield Park

5 miles (7.5 km)

Enjoy an easy stroll through Dogmersfield park on this circular walk in Hampshire. The walk starts at the Basingstoke Canal car park in Odiham and follows the canal towpath past Odiham Common to the pretty Tundry Pond. You then follow footpaths around Dogmersfield Lake before picking up the canal to take you back to the car park. The park is located just to the west of Fleet and Farnborough.
The Odiham Castle and Canal Walk starts from the same car park. You can follow the canal a couple of miles to the west to visit the historic ruins of the 13th century castle. There are also views of the River Whitewater at Warnborough Green to enjoy here.

Dogmersfield Park OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Dogmersfield Park Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking


The Queen's Head dates from the 17th Century and includes many of the original features. The pub commemorates the visit of Catherine of Aragon, who would later become Henry VIII’s first wife. Outside there is a lovely large garden area to sit in on warmer days. You can find them in the village on Pilcot Lane with postcode RG27 8SY for your sat navs. They have a car park and are also dog friendly.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

The Crondall Walk visits the park from the nearby settlement. The village includes a noteworthy Norman church and a fine 500 year old pub.
The Three Castles Path passes through the park. This historically themed long distance trail will take you from Windsor Castle to Winchester Castle, visiting the ruined Odiham Castle on the way.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Hampshire Walks page.


Tundry Pond - - 546470

Tundry Pond. A large pond in Dogmersfield Park. Up ahead you can see the more northerly of two bridges on either side of an island.

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Bridge on Tundry Pond. The bridge carries the north carriage drive to Dogmersfield Park across Tundry Pond. As is common with carriage drives, this one is no longer in regular use by vehicles, but remains as an ornamental feature.

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Dogmersfield Park house. The house dates from the 1920s, and was formerly the dower house to the park. The house is set in extensive parkland.

Canalside Life by Dogmersfield - - 2401470

Canalside Life by Dogmersfield

Village Green, Dogmersfield - - 1854004

Village Green, Dogmersfield

Picturesque Dogmersfield - - 2399488

Picturesque Dogmersfield. A pretty cottage in the small village which lies just to the north east of the park.

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Dogmersfield Park Church. Former parish church of All Saints seen from the southwest. Now a private house.

Sandy Hill Bridge, Basingstoke Canal - - 1817744

Sandy Hill Bridge, Basingstoke Canal. On the western side of the park.


GPS Files

GPX File

Dogmersfield Park.gpx (On Desktop:Right Click>Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold>Download Linked File)

Memory Map Route

Dogmersfield Park.mmo (On Desktop:Right Click>Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold >Download Linked File)