You can walk from here to the picnic benches, one of the best places to dog in the UK. Turn just past the Swan Pub, over the cattle grid and up the farm track into the picnic site.Bristol Moorend - Near Downend Near to old hill fort, pull in near wooded area. Buckden - Grafham Water near Buckden, just off the A1.Follow the road around the bend to the right and then continue straight.After 3 more bends you will find threes to your left.This reservoir has a number of car-parks/picnic areas around it, accessed on the B661 west of the A1 from Buckden roundabout.
Behind this place is a wooded area that serves as an England dogging location during the night. The action happens near the bridge at the end of the road.Approaching from Bedford, take the right turn to what was RAF Chicksands. Turn in and follow the road down, and just before you get to the circle car park there's a turning to the left which will take you into a car park hidden from the centre. Go towards Bedford on the A6 and you will find the lay-by.About two hundred and fifty yards on the left is a car-park which has a number of pull-ins. Biggleswade Off Potton Road down to Furzenhall Road, carry on going until you reach fields on the left and right.Take this, and on the left are fields, and on the right are woods. Go past some houses on the left and about half a mile further on there is a small car park with two entrances. At the Locomotive pub turn Turn left into a narrow road past Deepdale Water Gardens, which leads into woods adjacent to the entrance to Sandy Heath TV mast.You’ve reached your destination a doggers hot spot in England. Beyond here the track continues as a bridle-way through to the Sandy to Everton road.On entering the site drive up the service road and keep going past the entrance to the site proper. Parking off both B4540, Bison Hill and B4541 Dunstable Downs, and at Whipsnade Tree Cathedral and Crossroads.