Opening times for 25 February 2024
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Car park is open from dawn until dusk. OS SP136395, Coordinates 52.0537220000, -1.8030760000.
Dogs must be on leads due to grazing livestock.
Level access and hard track from car park to view point. Sloping and uneven ground - steep in places. Assistance dogs welcome
Level access through pedestrian gate on hard track from car park to viewpoint.
Turning north from the view point the going is level, mildly undulating grass, giving expansive views over the Vale of Evesham. Below this top area the ground becomes steeper and more undulating.
1 mile (1.6km) north-west of Chipping Campden on the B4035 between Evesham and Shipston-on-Stour
Parking: Small car park (National Trust)
Cotswold Way begins about 1 mile (1.6km) away in Chipping Campden
Moreton in the Marsh, 5 miles (8km). Limited service due to coronavirus outbreak.
Johnsons Coaches 21/22, Statford Upon Avon to Moreton In Marsh via Chipping Campden. Limited service due to coronavirus outbreak.
Near to National Cycle Network Regional Route 48
Dover's Hill is a one pawprint rated place. Discover views of the surrounding countryside and long walks for dogs and owners, no matter what the season. Find out more to help you enjoy your visit.
A natural amphitheatre on a spur of the Cotswolds with views over the Vale of Evesham.
The raucous Robert Dover's Cotswold Olimpicks games are a popular annual fixture at Dover's Hill. Find out what to expect on the day and where to head for further information.
Off Road Bean serves Fair Trade coffee from its self-contained Land Rover, using only compostable cups and lids. Find out more about this eco-friendly vendor.
Dover's Hill was the site of the original English Olympic Games, which began here 400 years ago in 1612. The tradition continues with the annual Cotswold Olimpicks - a fun-packed day for all ages.
Of course, there's much more to this historical amphitheatre than just fun and games. This mixture of grassland and woodland includes the site of a Roman vineyard and is also home to a variety of birds, insects and wild flowers.
Find out how and why we have had to tackle the issue of larch trees in Lynches Wood which were planted over half a century ago, and why many of them had to be cut down