Best dog walks in Bromley
Doggy member Koa Kai, the Samoyed, sitting happily on a woodland walk

Best dog walks in Bromley

31 August 2023

If you want to find somewhere new to explore whilst you walk a dog in Bromley, we have found some pawsome places to take your pup.

Keston Common

The large pond with an ice cream truck sitting at the opposite end at Keston Common

With a mixture of woodland open space and heathland, there are lots of places to explore and play with your dog at Keston Common. The park crosses the River Ravensbourne if your dog likes to have a paddle to cool off. Keston Ponds is a Local Nature Reserve so you can search for hidden wildlife, such as Lizards and Woodpeckers.

Plan your dog walk at Keston Common.

Ravensbourne Open Space

A peaceful afternoon at Ravensbourne Park Garden

With two ponds, four wildflower meadows and a nature trail you’ll be sure both you and your dog will enjoy a walk at Ravensbourne. You can also learn about the history of the site as you read the noticeboards along the way. It’s also a great spot for the family with a playground for small children.

Plan your dog walk at Ravensbourne Open Space.

Petts Wood and Hawkwood

Ponies grazing in the distance on the Hawkwood Estate overlooking Petts Wood

Petts Wood has 150 acres of woodland, and Hawkwood has 230 acres of grazed pastures and small blocks of woodland to explore whilst walking a dog in Bromley.

Plan your dog walk at Petts Wood and Hawkwood.

Goddington Park

A fresh Autumn morning at Goddington Park, the trees have lost all their leaves.

Goddington Park is a great place for everyday dog walks in Bromley. With 64 acres of grass and trees, it is a great place to socialise with other dog walkers who regularly walk there.

Plan your dog walk at Goddington Park.

Havelock Recreation Ground

A large open field perfect for everyday dog walks and games of fetch, before you start work, on a lunch break or to end the day!

Plan your dog walk at Havelock Recreation Ground.

Christmas Tree Farm

Located just outside the village of Downe in Kent, this Christmas Tree Farm is a great place to go with your children. You are allowed to bring your dog, but they do have to remain on the lead. You can go in the run-up to Christmas to look at the trees, although they are open all year round and have lots of farm animals for you and your children to feed. They have cows, llamas, ponies, chickens, rabbits and guinea pigs.

Plan your dog walk at Christmas Tree Farm.

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