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Reservoir just past Chudleigh off the A38 on the Moor. A great place Saturday nights after 9. Well worth a visit. Lydford Within Lydford Forest. Paignton 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. 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. Totnes Brigde end car-park, Totnes. Go to the bottom of the second car park, as far as you can go to the end. Bournemouth Meyrick Park Car Park, is the first on the right when approached from Wimborne Road end, and then under the railway bridge. A large car-park with adjacent secluded small wood and park benches.

Take the lane off Matchams Lane, signed to Matchams View and then turn up the right hand track until you reach the car-park at the view point. Dorchester Puddletown Forest is a just east of Dorchester, if you come in off the west bound lane of the A35 and follow the signs, park in the first car park on the right at the top of the hill. Ride out the end of the car park, follow the track uphill alongside the A35 west to the top of the hill. You should see a track going off to your left, follow your nose as it's mostly single track from here on in.

Bishop Auckland Over the Viaduct towards Crook there is a small carp-ark on the right, along with a picnic area and old railway walkway. Crook Picnic area on A68 near to Crook with 24 hour toilets.

Lots of wooded areas, popular with both the gay community and straight. On the A66, eastbound from Darlington towards Stockton.

A long lay-by, set back from road, about half way between Darlington and Stockton. The lay-by at Swan House in Darlington is located about one and a half along the Darlington to Corbridge road and is surrounded by trees. There is a secluded path leading away from the area. A lay-by just past the Caravan Dealers on the left. Seaham car-park on the sea front next to Seaham Hall gates and on the coast road towards Ryhope next to the railway.

Sedgefield Come off the A19 and follow towards Sedgefield Racecoures. Take a right at the roundabout and you'll end up at Hardwick Hall.

Sunderland A heading west from Testos Roundabout. Take first turning on left down country lane. Heading north out of Tow Law on A68 passed the salt dump and picnic area on right, proceed for 0. Chelmsford Riverside ice and leisure car park in the undercover parking area to the right. Chingford Between chingford golf course and epping new road you will find a lake, action happens on the right hand side.

On the A between Colchester and Braintree. Going towards Braintree on the A go past the third turning on the left to Coggeshall. Look out for lay-by sign. Lay-by unseen from road as is behind trees. Danbury Ford Follow road out of Boreham Village towards Danbury, on back road about 1 mile after bridge over river, turn left where signposted to FORD, half a mile down on right, park up, walk into field, go down to bottom.

Epping The woodyard carpark - Follow the A from Harlow roundabout, left at the first lights in Epping past the hospital and look for wood yard signs on your right. Opposite the church itself, there is parking for about 4 cars with a footpath and some woods right on the edge of the parking area.

Behind Leigh-on-Sea station via side road is a large amount of parking by the sea wall not the station car-park or further down over narrow bridge is tarmac parking by the boat slipway. Going towards Southend from Romford, approx 10m on left, look for a pub called The Halfway House, turn into their car park, drive past the front and out onto lane on right, turn left onto lane and almost immediately on left park on road, go into field and walk around.

St Osyth Official Nudist Beach. You can park on the beach from the end of May. Left turning and 1st on right is a parking place with a view. Bristol Clifton Downs near the centre of Bristol. Follow signs for Bristol Zoo. Continue on the A to the Air Balloon Pub roundabout, take the 2nd exit, sign posted Leckhampton, and Crickley Hill is appron yards on the left.

A large carpark and one smaller more intimate carpark and several really intimate spots. North bound leave the M5 at junction 12 B and at the end of the slip road turn left, at roundabout turn right onto A38 and continue along here past a large layby that's wide open to another on the left that's secluded from the main road by trees.

The waterpark is between Cirencester and Swindon. Tog Hill car park is just off the M4 in Doynton Lane. There is a car-park and picnic area. Turn left just after Basingstoke roundabout about yards. Go down narrow one way road and you will find two carparks on your right. From M27 go towards Ringwood.

Turn left at Pickett Post and go towards Burley. First Car Park on left is Verely and a few yards past, on the right is the more screened Verely Hill.

Portsmouth The Viewpoint car-park , Portsdown Hill. A car-park opposite Fort Nelson which is the West end of the hill. Ringwood Avon Heath Country Park. Turn into Cemetary road off the Winchester road. Large cul-de-sac with car park. Follow signs to Welwyn. There are two car-parks. You can use the car park at night time. Cobham - Picnic area, off A2 M ten miles south of Dartford, three miles north of the Medway bridge, off the left hand side of the London-bound carriageway, but accessible from both directions.

Crayford — Car-park at Waste Site. Go up the A2 London bound and turn off at Crayford. Head towards Crayford and pick up signs for waste site until you find the secluded car-park. Isle of Sheppey Leysdown Naturist beach and car park.

Drive onto the Isle of Sheppy. Follow signs to Leysdown. Through town, follow the coast road until it appears to end. Turn left down the unmade road. Over the grass bank is the naturist beach. Turn left into Kenilworth Gardens and left again down the drive to the car park. Best suggestion is to park on the far left hand side, on the grass area which is just off the car park, near the wooded area. Shoreham woods on right set back off road. Dover, Western Heights Above the cruise terminal follow signs for folkestone then western heights, up a windy hill past European freight depot car park on the right as you go up and a pinic area just round the corner on the left, also some old ruins.

University of kent, Canterbury The Eliot footpath is secluded and great for dogging. Access it by driving up through the car park. Just off the A north of Bolton. There are two car-parks near the reservoir. Take that road down to the water across cattle grids. There is a small lay-by on the access road, don't use that, but keep heading down to the picnic-tables.

On A to Blackburn, one mile north of Egerton, there's a long lay-by on the right of the main road half a mile long with multiple parking bays surrounding the Delph Reservoir.

Rivington Pike Horwich Witches Tower car-park. Five minutes from the A6 and M Follow the signs for Rivington Barn then passed the barn for half a mile turn right at Belmount Post Office.

Follow the road half a mile on find the car-park on the right. Liverpool Otterspool Promenade a well know beauty spot in South Liverpool is an active Dogging site all year around. There is a carpark there and some trees. Prestwich Heaton Hall Park. Go around the roundabout taking the right hand turn into Manchester. At the first traffic lights retail park on left turn right.

Sharp left bend and then find the lay-by on the left. Warrington Wrights Lane is an industrial site just before Burtonwood Services. Come off the M62 and head for Burtonwood Village. There is a sign for a small cafe on one of the approaches, follow the road around it is very quiet road and it leads to another road which goes nowhere, for about half a mile. Wigan Just out of Standish near Haigh Hall. Drive up the hill a short distance.

Before the Canal Bridge and pub, on the steepest part of the hill, there is a small secluded car-park. Turn off Colne to Keighley road towards Oakworth over the bridge and follow the road to the sign posts about half a mile. Go down tarmac road and later it turns to gravel and is quite dark and quiet. Hinckley Burbage Common just off the A47 at Hinckley, past the main car-park up to smaller car-park by a toilet block.

Sharnford There is a lay-by on the B between Narborough and Sharnford on the left hand side, going towards Sharnford just after The Mill on the Soar pub. It is well sheltered with trees. Watermead Country Park Is on the edge of Leicestershire, just five miles from the city centre. Access if off Fillingate in Wanlip. White moors car park Shenton nr Market Bosworth very quite car park out of site of any road.

Head out of Shenton towards Stoke Golding past cafe on left and goat farm on right, quarter of mile on, car park entrance on right. Viewpoint, near the Lincolnshire Showground. About 3 miles north of Lincoln, off the A15 at the new roundabout. Go over Hammersmith towards Richmond. When you get to the first round about there is a petrol station on your left hand side, take the 2nd exit from the petrol station where the one way fly over starts.

Keep driving till you get to a bridge with a set of traffic lights where you should turn left. This takes you around the river and all the way round lovers lane. Off M25 junction Hounslow Cranford Country Park near Heathrow. Turn right on the roundabout for Hayes off junction 3 on the M4. Find Duck Hill Garden Centre and the Six Bells pub at the bottom of the steep hill, then go to the top of the hill and the car park is on the left.

Stanmore Warren Lane in Stanmore. Just after the roundabout there is a turning on the left which is the entrance to car-park. Frans Court Ruislip Manor - a secluded carpark at the back of flats. Drive up Ruislip Manor High street. Turn left into Linden av then left into Linden Close. Follow the road until you find small but secluded carpark. Wallasey - You'll find this picnic site with its car-park if you leave the M53 at J1. Take the turn-off toward Wallasey, ignore the first two turn offs, then next left signposted gun-site and the car-park is situated at the end of the lane.

Go past the first two turn-offs both slip roads and take the next turning on the left it looks like a narrow country lane and has four speed bumps as you go down it. About half a mile on the left is a dirt track leading to a secluded wooded area well hidden from the road.

FollowLyth Hill all the way to Bayston Hill until you end up at the carpark. Take the road to Corton off the Yarmouth to Lowestoft road, and the carpark is on the left by the golf course. Turn right into the car-park opposite the entrance to Holkham Hall.

On the beach turn left and walk several hundred yards until you see the 'clothing optional' signs. Litcham Common, just off the old Norwich to Kings Lynn road. From Litcham turn left at the "Bull Inn". Drive through the village and take the first on the right out of the village signposted to Dunham and Necton. After a few hundred yards on the right is a car-park for Litcham Common.

Morley 3 miles from Wymondham, 12 miles from Norwich. Take the old A11 from Norwich heading to Thetford, half mile past traffic lights at Wymondham turn right into Morley Lane, go past Buck public house Pub good for swingers Wednesday and Friday nights turn the right into Millhill Lane yards on right is Swingy Lane leads to lots of trees and large clearing.

The car-park at the top of the hill nearest the Ring Road. Up Gurney Road to near top heading towards Heartsease Estate. Into Trowse over the railway bridge, turn left and go down about 2 miles, then past a big house on the right and then 50 yards past the house the car-park is on right. Ringland Hills Leave Nowich and go onto the southern bypass towards Swaffam. At the end roundabout take third exit Toringland then at the fork take right hand one and yards on right or left park, then go down that lane.

Thetford Forest Park At the roundabout where the A11 meets the A take the A towards King's Lynn and it's about 2 miles on the right, there are signs to the picnic area from the roundabout.

Wymondham Swingy Lane is a secluded spot with lots of threes and parking. To get there, head in the direction of Thetford and take the turning sign posted Morley Lane. Drive until you pass Buck public house and about quarter of mile past pub you will see Millhill Lane. Turn into Millhill and about 30 yards you will see Swingy Lane, drive to end of Lane.

Salcey Forest picnic area and the surrounding car-parks. Leave the M1 at A and head west. Take the little road on the left straight after the Motorway junction. Follow this road a mile or so to a 'T' junction. Turn right, and the forest is about two miles away on your left. It doesn't close at night, it's not lit and it's pretty well secluded, about five miles from Northampton town itself.

Near Northampton, a big pulls in lay-by on the A43, 6 miles north of Northampton towards Kettering. The car-park at Pitsford Reservoir is popular. Between Holcot and Brixworth - car park is on the left at the bottom of the hill.

Belsay The Highlander lay-by 1 mile south of Belsay on the road from Ponteland to Otterburn yards past the Highlander Pub going north. Newark Holme Village outside Newark. Enter the village and at BT box turn right and follow the road through to the very end car-park.

You'll come to a railway bridge and after this you'll find an island where you should turn left. Continue for 1 mile and you will find the car-park on your right in Longdale Lane. Attenborough Nature Reserve car-park. Past Village hotel onto nature reserve. Car-park on right about half a mile down lane. From this roundabout take the A south signposted Clumber Park. After about half a mile, you'll find the Clumber Park entrance on the right, through a stone arch.

As you drive down the lane, it's lined with trees. After about a quarter of a mile, there are some secluded picnic areas on the right, some are set quite well back from the road. Girton Take the A north of Neward. Go down the lane towards yacht club. You'll see the secluded car park. Howbeck lane, clarborough At the very top of the hill turn right into the secluded country lane. Banbury Southam Road layby Banbury, off the M40 junction 11 and head towards the town center, turn right at 2nd roundabout towards Southam and over the next one and the layby is about 50 yards on the left and well covered.

Take the M54 towards Telford and get off at junction 3. Head towards Wolverhampton on the A41 go over a set of traffic lights passed R. Cosford on the right and a 24hr petrol station on the left, but keep on the A Passed a garden centre on the right carry on and the road goes into a dual carriage way for about half a mile but stay on the A After the dual carriage way ends the road has no street lights, and you will see a cottage on the left about yds up on the right you will see in the hedge a goal post style entrance to the car-park.

Ironbridge Coming down into Ironbridge , you must cross the river on the Jackfield bridge go down Waterloo St and head towards Broseley. After crossing Jackfield bridge follow the road up until you come to the hairpin bend - don't follow the road round but instead take a right towards the Ironbridge again signposted. Follow road down until fork in road which drops into large car park.

Turn immediately right once in car park along a single track gravel road 30 meters which eventually drops into small car park before gate. Taunton Priors Park, picnic and car-park on the Blackdowns, about 7 miles out of Taunton along the Corfe Road, turn right at the cross roads and it is on the right. Chasetown The Church Road Car-park. Situated at at top end of Church Road, Chasetown past the football club.

Jacksons Bank - just off the A between Yoxall and Newchurch. To find the car-park at Jacksons Bank come through Yoxall towards Newchurch. Follow the sign for Hoar Cross and you will find Jacksons Bank half a mile down on the right hand side.

You can't miss the car park. Off the A at the large roundabout take the Tunstall turn off and down the hill on the left of a sharp bend there's a car-park. Leave A at Island next to Kingfisher club towards Rugby club. At junction turn left on Mile flat, follow until you pass the Navigation pub over bridge, take next left into small country lane. Follow for short distance and take next right.

Pull-ins are yards on left. Open fields both sides. Wolverhampton The layby on the right hand side of the Bridgnorth Road as you leave town. Hit the garden centre and you have gone too far. Go through Nacton village, past school, and then follow signs for picnic area where you will find two car parks.

Take the road out of Chobham towards Sunningdale, and the common car-park on the right has two levels; the lower level is best. Cobham Head up the A3 North bound from the M Take the first exit, sign posted Cobham.

Turn right at the roundabout and into the village. Bear left at the next roundabout and continue along this road. Pass a large restaurant on the left and a little way past a bus stop, turn left into the American School. Follow this road around and before you pass over the A3, turn right into a car-park with height restriction. Esher Car-park on Esher Common. After about two hundred yards there is an entrance on the left to a secluded car-park. Kingston Ham House car-park, between Richmond and Kingston.

It ends in a 'T' junction. Turn right and just keep going until you are in the car-park. Located next to Brighton Marina, Dukes mound stretches for about a quarter of a mile with lots of hiding places with a big temple at one end.

At dusk head into the many wooded areas for regular dogging sessions on the picnic tables there and further on by the lake. Going down the A22 towards Eastbourne take the right at Polegate towards Friston, then keep going for about 3 miles until you reach Friston Forest on the right hand side.

Westham small lane on the a 27 towards bexhill from westham go over the river and on the left is a sign access only this is the lane which was the road and is quiet , it goes right through and joins the main road again.

Barr Beacon car park near Aldridge just off the A The top area is very secluded and dark and you'll find it near the band stand.

When you arrive at next island Poets Corner you take a left down the hill passed the car wash and Ackers Trust is the first turning to the park on your left. It's a large park with a road that leads to a secluded area at the back of the park. Take the A towards Balsall Common, follow the dual carridgeway to the next island, round this island and go back towards Stonebridge island, stop at the last lay-by. This park has got a car park that you'll be able to use at night time.

Leave the Motorway at the Motor Museum, turn left at B go south about a mile and then left and back over the motorway and up the hill. You can see the beacon tower from the M Dunchurch Near Dunchurch off the A After the right turn to Green end - there are several lay-byes at various farm gates. Ryton Pools, near Coventry. Take A towards Southam from Coventry, and turn right at signposted roundabout, drive past Police College, and a turning is on left further up the road.

Just past the turning for Ladbroke heading for Southam, the layby on the left, with hedges and trees covering view from the road. Walsall Bescot Station Car-Park. The nature reserve car-park about two miles away from Barr Beacon opposite the old airport.

Turn towards Tesco and you will see hobs car park. Amesbury A, 2 miles East of Amesbury. Turn off south just east of 'Beacon Hill' towards Cholderton, dirt lay-by and woods yards down. Turn right at the roundabout, turn right after half a mile into picnic area well signposted. Lickey Hills car-park north of Bromsgrove.

Also in parking bays on A Pontefract Race course - located on the main road from the M On entering the race course drive to the mini roundabout and turn right follow the road down and over the race course and into the main car-park. Colne Valley, near Slaithwaite, W Yorks. The picnic area is at the top of the valley plus the car-park and toilets closed in winter on the hill overlooking the main road. If approaching from A, take turning on right marked 'Quarry' down into the valley.

Selby, Brayton Barf - Car-park at bottom of hill turn left on the A19 coming out of Selby towards Doncaster at the first set of traffic light and you come to a small hill with a car-park at bottom this is the car-park about two miles.

Barnsley Bretton Country Park - J38 off the M1, follow A to Huddersfield for about yards then after passing a house at the end of the exit, turn in just as the bend starts. Cusworth Hall is just off the great north road turn for Cusworth near the Sun Inn. Carry on past a Pub called The Mallard then yards on the left.

Doncaster Racecourse, just past the Racecourse Grandstand. Turn right immediately before the dual carriageway. The road that runs parallel is "The Straight Mile". Turn left up the hill towards Woolley Edge. After about three quarters of a mile there is a T-junction at the top of the hill. Turn right and after about another mile you reach the sign for the beginning of Barnsley district, take the first left down a narrow country lane.

Picnic-area at Litherop, near Huddersfield. Come off the M1 at J38 to Huddersfield, come off the roundabout on the very first left a narow lane and follow it all the way to the end, then turn right and follow it down hill and the picnic area is on your left.

Frestintorp AD Doomsday Book. There is also a car-park where dogging action happens. Pontefract Race course is located on the main road from the M Ripponden Take the Rochdale road from Ripponden centre and after about a mile you will see an access road to the reservoir.

Turn left just after the golf course the road is sign posted to Overton. Follow this road under a bridge and about yards there is a sharp bend to the right on the bend is a parking spot.

Take second left and at the end of the road is a small grassy area. Forget about car-parks and use the banks of the lake. To get there head into Doncaster. First roundabout take third right and drive down to the nature reserve. You can also browse England dogging profiles with photos and videos in your location without joining now! England Dogging Locations What is dogging? Go towards Bedford on the A6 and you will find the lay-by. The term dogging refers to either having or observing exhibitionist sex in a public or semi-public place, usually outdoors.

Sometimes the voyeurs join in on the sex, usually they just watch from nearby. There are several possible explanations: A popular theory is that it comes from the alibi of "walking the dog" to explain your outdoor adventures. See our page on the origins of the term "dogging" for more. Dogging has been getting a lot of attention lately, but people have been doing it for many years. Recently, with the advent of the internet, cell phones, and messaging, it is easier for doggers to find one another and arrange meetings.

Many people who are into dogging are also involved in the swinging scene wife-swapping, group sex, etc. Some couples just like to put on a show to spice things up now and then. It's fun and it's forbidden.

People love to watch and be watched during sex. There's also an element of challenge and adventure to finding a good dogging spot and seeking out an exciting encounter. Couples into exhibitionism are usually in their 30s to 50s, though some may be older or younger. Observers are usually single men. Most doggers are middle class, and most lead quite average lives apart from their "hobby".

Doggers mostly choose open air, somewhat out of the way places, often in or near country parks. Car parks are also quite common congregating spots, and occasionally cinema halls. Check our links section for web sites with lists of known dogging locations.

Public sex happens nearly everywhere, but the dogging phenomenon has really flourished in the United Kingdom, for some reason. Coming to this site is a good start. Check out some of the other dogging sites on the Web. Drop in on some dogging forums or join online dogging groups and get a feel for the scene. Read our dogging etiquette tips for dogging dos and don'ts. Nowadays, doggers usually contact one another online, through chat rooms, forums, bulletin boards and newsgroups.

Someone will issue an invite to watch, or inquire if there is anyone interested in performing in a certain area. Further details for meeting may be arranged online, or via cell phone or messaging. Some may just show up at a known dogging spot and see if anyone else turns up. Dogging somewhat of a legal grey area, and the laws regarding public sex, nudity, lewdness, and their enforcement, vary by jurisdiction.

In the UK, there are laws against public sex but they mostly are concerned with protecting "unwilling witnesses" from seeing acts of lewdness. We're not sure how this would be applied to sex in front of willing witnesses. However, if there is a complaint, you may be prosecuted. And in some areas the local police have been stepping up patrols to discourage activity at notorious dogging hangouts.

There are a number of risks involved in dogging. Anytime you're dealing with people you meet online, going to a secluded spot, and putting yourself in a compromising position, you are making yourself somewhat vulnerable. Usually everyone is just looking for a good time, but crimes can happen, so always be cautious and be aware of your surroundings. Another risk of dogging now becoming evident is that of contracting sexually transmitted diseases. Be safe when playing with strangers.

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Where are the best places for dogging? How widespread is dogging? I want to try dogging. How do I get started? How do doggers hook up for meetings?

I don't have a car. Can I still go dogging? What should I take along when I go dogging? How do I talk my partner into trying dogging? I tried going to a dogging spot and nothing was going on there. I went to a dogging spot and it was closed off. The term dogging refers to either having or observing exhibitionist sex in a public or semi-public place, usually outdoors.

Sometimes the voyeurs join in on the sex, usually they just watch from nearby. There are several possible explanations: A popular theory is that it comes from the alibi of "walking the dog" to explain your outdoor adventures.

See our page on the origins of the term "dogging" for more. Dogging has been getting a lot of attention lately, but people have been doing it for many years. Recently, with the advent of the internet, cell phones, and messaging, it is easier for doggers to find one another and arrange meetings.

Many people who are into dogging are also involved in the swinging scene wife-swapping, group sex, etc. Some couples just like to put on a show to spice things up now and then. It's fun and it's forbidden. People love to watch and be watched during sex. There's also an element of challenge and adventure to finding a good dogging spot and seeking out an exciting encounter. Couples into exhibitionism are usually in their 30s to 50s, though some may be older or younger.

Observers are usually single men. Most doggers are middle class, and most lead quite average lives apart from their "hobby". Doggers mostly choose open air, somewhat out of the way places, often in or near country parks. Car parks are also quite common congregating spots, and occasionally cinema halls. Check our links section for web sites with lists of known dogging locations.

Public sex happens nearly everywhere, but the dogging phenomenon has really flourished in the United Kingdom, for some reason.

Coming to this site is a good start. Check out some of the other dogging sites on the Web. Drop in on some dogging forums or join online dogging groups and get a feel for the scene. Read our dogging etiquette tips for dogging dos and don'ts. Nowadays, doggers usually contact one another online, through chat rooms, forums, bulletin boards and newsgroups.

Someone will issue an invite to watch, or inquire if there is anyone interested in performing in a certain area. Further details for meeting may be arranged online, or via cell phone or messaging. Blackhorse Lane, Woodside - Apparently there is a spot close to the tram stop that's a favourite meeting place.

Maybe it is best not to look out of the window next time you are passing on the tram! Turn left and immediately turn into a dirt car parking area. Walk away from the entrance towards a brick structure at the end, on the right are a couple of paths into the bushes and some clearings with plenty of evidence of action". We will leave you to imagine what such evidence might look like. Crystal Palace Park - One excited reviewer exclaims: There is a barrier up so you need to park up in Anerley Hill, walk into the park and on the left is a wooded area.

It is very dark. South Norwood Country Park - One desperate writer says that this is a perfect spot for "low key sex" but complains that there are "too many men - we need a lot more women". The life of a dogger is never easy. We can't picture where that would be. Which is maybe for the best. Harvington Woods, Beckenham - This is described as a new spot. One to watch perhaps as it rises up the pecking order. Fortunately dogging hasn't made into onto the list of Olympic sports just yet.

Trent Park, Enfield - One tipster tells fellow dogging fans that there are five car parks to choose from and even recommends their favourite. Well, it's nice to be spoilt for choice. Chingford Park - One reviewer says there is a "very discreet" spot where they have had "car sex" several times. Perhaps it's not so discreet now you've shared the details on the internet, though. Michenden car park, Southgate - An inquisitive follower of the website asked what time was best on a Saturday night at this spot.

Lea Valley ice skating rink car park - One proud reviewer brags that they've never been caught at this spot. Surrey Quays Leisure Park - Apparently there is a spot near the cafe where there are no security cameras.

And there we were thinking your average dogger would have thrived on the extra thrill of being on CCTV! Wandsworth Park - A younger crowd is promised here - although we don't know how that translates to in dogging years! Burgess Park - Apparently the regeneration of the park has led to a plethora of prime spots for doggers to choose from.

When the planners designed the revamp we doubt that was their intention. A40, Uxbridge - One reviewer recommends a lay-by on the eastbound A40 just after it ceases to be the M There's a spot not to break down. Shoreditch Park - Near the tennis courts is the place to go. That brings a whole new meaning to the phrase "new balls please". Beckton - Apparently there are "lots of places" in Beckton, including the Sainsbury's car park by the recycling bins.

Well, it's nice to be known for something.

According to a user on Sex With Stranger you "rarely see anyone other than the odd angler. One user of Sex With Strangers UK says that the lane is "loads of fun at night in woods and around the field" and says it's good because the site is "out of the way from people as well. Users from Sex With Strangers UK say that "mainly male" dogging takes place mainly in the woods, on the football playing field and on the road side. Regularly attended by middle aged doggers, according to one user on Sex With Strangers who wrote a detailed account of his experiences at the park with another man and woman.

The car park at the O2 in Greenwich is occasionally used by doggers who advertise their comings and goings on Swinging Heaven.

The lack of cameras at the rear of Iceland car park is a common spot for doggers who arrive after 1am during the week and after 2am on Fridays and Saturdays. One user on Swinging Heaven says that a local taxi firm ignore the dogging and, allegedly, join in on occasion. A user on Swinger Nation said the car park in the woods is used for "fun" during the day and in the early evening.

The sports field leading onto the massive woodland is "very secluded", say users on Swinging Heaven. In the car park at the top of Shooters Hill a Sex With Strangers user says there is "good couples dogging action" and was a "well kept secret". The areas around the retail park is popular for casual sex in the evenings according to doggers on Swinger Nation. Dogging is the practice of meeting strangers for sex in public places - and watching others do so - often getting down to it in cars Image: Video Loading Video Unavailable.

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Love Island Love Island's Adam controversially stays in the villa despite Zara pleading with him to leave Zara said she would wait for her man on the outside but some new arrivals may ruin those plans. See our page on the origins of the term "dogging" for more. Dogging has been getting a lot of attention lately, but people have been doing it for many years. Recently, with the advent of the internet, cell phones, and messaging, it is easier for doggers to find one another and arrange meetings.

Many people who are into dogging are also involved in the swinging scene wife-swapping, group sex, etc. Some couples just like to put on a show to spice things up now and then. It's fun and it's forbidden. People love to watch and be watched during sex. There's also an element of challenge and adventure to finding a good dogging spot and seeking out an exciting encounter.

Couples into exhibitionism are usually in their 30s to 50s, though some may be older or younger. Observers are usually single men. Most doggers are middle class, and most lead quite average lives apart from their "hobby". Doggers mostly choose open air, somewhat out of the way places, often in or near country parks.

Car parks are also quite common congregating spots, and occasionally cinema halls. Check our links section for web sites with lists of known dogging locations. Public sex happens nearly everywhere, but the dogging phenomenon has really flourished in the United Kingdom, for some reason. Coming to this site is a good start. Check out some of the other dogging sites on the Web. Drop in on some dogging forums or join online dogging groups and get a feel for the scene.

Read our dogging etiquette tips for dogging dos and don'ts. Nowadays, doggers usually contact one another online, through chat rooms, forums, bulletin boards and newsgroups. Someone will issue an invite to watch, or inquire if there is anyone interested in performing in a certain area. Further details for meeting may be arranged online, or via cell phone or messaging. Some may just show up at a known dogging spot and see if anyone else turns up.

Dogging somewhat of a legal grey area, and the laws regarding public sex, nudity, lewdness, and their enforcement, vary by jurisdiction. In the UK, there are laws against public sex but they mostly are concerned with protecting "unwilling witnesses" from seeing acts of lewdness.

We're not sure how this would be applied to sex in front of willing witnesses. However, if there is a complaint, you may be prosecuted. And in some areas the local police have been stepping up patrols to discourage activity at notorious dogging hangouts. There are a number of risks involved in dogging. Anytime you're dealing with people you meet online, going to a secluded spot, and putting yourself in a compromising position, you are making yourself somewhat vulnerable.

Usually everyone is just looking for a good time, but crimes can happen, so always be cautious and be aware of your surroundings. Another risk of dogging now becoming evident is that of contracting sexually transmitted diseases. Be safe when playing with strangers. Use condoms, gloves, and appropriate contraception. Many dogging activities revolve around cars, as couples do like to have sex in cars and some locations are somewhat remote. However, it's quite possible there is dogging activity in your area that is accessible by public transport.

Check dogging sites and dogging groups for info.

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