Walls Hill, Babbacombe. Easy to find when you are in the Babbacombe area. Some people in cars in the car park or walk to the end of Walls hill where there are some bushes and a couple of shelters. Loads to see, and sometimes join in, on warm summer evenings.
Within Lydford Forest. Turn off main A386 Tavistock to Okehampton road by the Dartmoor Inn heading into Lydford. Approximately 3/4 mile turn right by the war memorial and follow that road for approx 1/2 mile and turn into Lydford Forest, then follow the track as far down as you can till u get to a wooden pole barrier which if u want extra privacy can be lifted out and drive further on down the track so only people who are in the know will follow. There is some dogging action to be had there.
Take the road to Brixham from Paignton then just before Windy Corner traffic lights turn left by the shops and follow the road to down to the car park. There are often people in cars to watch. Otherwise walk to the grassy headland between Broadsands Beach and Elbury Cove and there is usually someone dogging to be had there.
Jennycliff carpark can be found on the outskirts of Plymouth at a place called Hooe, which is just past Plymstock. There is a cafe at Jennycliff which has a large car-park where dogging takes place any time from 11pm.
Going up Haldon Hill, takr turn off for race course, turn left at mini roundabout and follow road alomg. You will pass travelers site, go over new Flyover and continue alonr road for 1/2 mile until a turn off for Ashcome on a bend that is badly signposted. You will come to a juction after 5 metres or so. Straight over and another 1/2 or so you will see a car park on the left. In the summer evenings there might be cars around but no people? Follow track to large flat stone where lots of fun can be had? Have Fun.
head onto the main road from plymouth to yelverton, go past cafe on left and approx 1 mile after on the right where the main road dips is signed clearbrook, turn right onto clearbrook road and approx 1/4 mile on right there is a turning with a narrow road leading to a carpark on the right just before a cattle grid. great action there summer weekends. but like any dogging site make sure you get the right signs (brake lights- interior lights etc) before approaching any vehicle. its risky buisness anywhere you go but its a great buzz.
Little haldon, If you go over luscombe hill towards little haldon you'll reach a crossroads turn left into a wooded area where alot of dogging action happens, from here you can either drive into the woods for further privacy or folow the rest of the doggers to bullers hill also mentioned on this site! Best days to go are wednesday,sunday night! see you there!
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