For some couples and singles who may have exhausted excitement in the bedroom, 'al fresco' fun presents itself as a weird and wonderful world of new possibilities. 

The term 'dogging' refers to the practice of watching or engaging in exhibitionist sexual activity in a public place, and the activity does not appear to have been lost to our fellow Berkshire folk. 

In fact, there are a number of dogging hotspots throughout Berkshire. 

Below are the notorious dogging patches in Berkshire that spans a whopping 17 locations:


The Warren, Caversham

Prospect Park, Liebenrood Road, Tilehurst


Swinley Road Car Park, Ascot

Winkfield Road, Ascot

Long Hill Road, Winkfield

Virginia Water, Ascot

Ambarrow Court, Sandhurst

Westmorland Park, Warfield


Simon's Wood Car Park, Finchampstead

South Lake, Woodley

Sandford Lane, Hurst

Bader Way, Woodley

Twyford Station Car Park

West Berkshire

Woodland near Chapel Row, Bucklebury

Sulhamstead, car park off the A4

Sulham Hill, Tilehurst

Greenham Common

Dogging is not banned under a specific law in the UK, but people who get caught can be charged under the Sexual Offences Act 2003.