Staffordshire dogging locations:
Dogging sites in Staffordshire,
including major towns and cities: Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent,
Wolverhampton, Walsall, Cannock and Lichfield.
Cannock Chase - Ansons Bank
Take the A34 from Cannock to Stafford, turn right sign posted to
Pye Green/German War Memorial, travel 1 mile and look for
car-park Ansons Bank on right (if you pass a cafe you've gone to
far). Good mid morning and afternoon activity with couples
UPDATE: Ansons Bank car-park is currently closed, so the action
has moved to Aspen, which is another carpak one along between
Ansons Bank and the cross road.
The Church Road Car park. Situated at at top end of Church Road,
Chasetown past the football club (6'6" height restriction). Many
places to partake, benches well hidden. More popular on Saturday
A new location good for mid evening fun is Jacksons Bank, just
off the A515 between Yoxall and Newchurch. Come through Yoxall
towards Newchurch take sign for Hoar Cross, and Jacksons Bank is
half a mile down on the right hand side, car-park is clearly
sign posted. Couples and some TV's frequent this spot.
The Bathpool Park car-park located in the Tunstall area of Stoke
on Trent. Off the A500 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. Some good dogging activity.
There is a dogging site at Westport Lakes in Stoke but the car
park is closed at dusk. Some interesting dogging action during
the day though.
Great dogging spots near to A449 Stourbridge / Kingswinford.
Leave A449 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 100yards on left. Open fields both sides. Couples and bi-men
evenings from 7:30pm.
Highgate Common, just off the A449 well signposted, with plenty
of well hidden car-parks. Good for daytime & evening dogging.
A new dogging location in Wolverhampton is 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.