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Walk the Basingstoke Canal from Woking

Surrey County Council
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Walk the Basingstoke Canal from Frimley Lodge Park, with its excellent facilities and parking and easy access to the water. The Basingstoke Canal is a pretty canal that cuts its way from Odiham in Hampshire to where it meets the River Wey in Surrey. From Woking head North to Canal's end and either further into town along the Wey, or dog leg back South to Pyrford. Or head South from Woking through St Johns and onto Brookwood, Deepcut and Frimley. Whichever way you go there are easy train connections to return.

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General Information
Free entry

Free public access

Suitable for dogs on leads only

Good for dogs once on the Tow path

Refreshments available on site.

Plenty of options for coffee and a bite

No toilets available

No toilets available

No camping options nearby

No camping options nearby

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For more information visit the National Trail website

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Brookwood and Woking on the Canal

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7 kms

2 hrs

A pretty, flat, linear route between Brookwood and Woking with easy access and return by train.
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Brewery Rd, Woking GU21 4LJ, UK

Paid parking

Plenty of paid parking options in town

Easily accessible by public transport.

A short walk from Woking Train Station



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