For his months meet i thought it would be nice to take another little trip out of Bath so we will be walking at Shearwater Lake. I have planned a smaller circular walk which would take us about an hour in total. So if we all park and meet at the Shear water lake carpark ,which is directly opposite the little tea rooms there.
The walk starts around the lake where you must keep the dogs on lead. We then take a turning up into the forest where we can let the hounds off lead. We follow a little woodland path ,that does a loop round back on itself, where we then walk back along the lake side to the tearooms for some well deserved cake!
The walk is mainly flat, but there is a few small uphill parts. The walk is pushchair friendly to a point, but not so easy when we walk up into the forest. There were areas that were a bit muddy too so i would suggest to wear sensible footwear.
There is a point of the walk that people with puppies or older dogs who don't want to walk the whole way, can wait at and we can meet you back there when we have lopped round. There is a nice little running stream there for the dogs to paddle in and good fun if they like a swim too!
There is lots of parking, but does get busy at the weekends, so please do try and lift share and come in as little cars as possible incase its a nice day and super busy.
As always if anyone wants to know anything else about the location ect then please just ask.
Directions to the Lake, follow the A36 out of Bath towards Longleat, Warminster. At the longleat roundabout i take the 3rd exit on to the A350 towards Longleate and Centre Parkland take the first left. Follow the lane all the way to Crokerton and turn right onto Clay street by the Bath Arms Crokerton. Follow that road for another 5 minuets and you will get to Shearwater Lake, you can miss it. The car park is directly on your left opposite the entrance to the Lake. There is also a little thatched cottage you can look out for.