Puggeroomie ‘by the sea’.
Within every season of the year there is always something to see and do along the beautiful south coast at Lee-on-Solent. The beach itself is a great place to adventure. It truly is a wonderful stretch of water between the south coast and the Isle of Wight.
This attractive shingle beach lies between Portsmouth and Southampton. From the beach my three adorable squashed faced monsters like to boof boof at the many cargo ships and cruise liners that pass through the waters. We also enjoy our ice creams along the promenade. Nothing beats the feeling of a little invigorating doggie dip followed by fun interactive games like digging the sand.
On fine sunny days you can see Queen Victoria's Osborne House from the beach. And on the not so fine days locals know Gosport has rain heading its way.
Behind the beach are large grassy areas suitable for doggie games, doggie relaxation and of course doggie picnics. A paved walkway runs alongside the entire length of the beach leading to the neighbouring beach ‘Stokes Bay’. Stokes Bay has some beautiful woodland parks where we enjoy shady hang outs under mature trees. When the tide is out, rockpools are exposed and all the teeny tiny crabs and fish can be seen while searching amongst the rocks looking for pirate treasure of course!
A stone throw away lies Alver Valley Country park. Alver Valley love all dogs visiting. They have a range of circular routes and a mix of terrain with fantastic views over the Solent!
There is something for every dog with extensive areas to explore. Dogs can run and adventure off-lead over large safe parts of the Country Park. There are also several doggie dips for all dogs to enjoy a paddle.