This is quite a large hillfort even by Dorset standards and is practically unknown , probably because there is no public access , it is private property . It consists of a single ditch and bank with what appears to be a single southern entrance , it is roughly an elongated oval in shape. It is orientated on a north / south axis. The interior has apparently been excavated in the past , finds inluded "antique bones" , blades , axes and Roman coins. About half way down the east and west ramparts there are brick archways built into the banks , oh those wonderful Victorians. Because of the lack of public access it is in pristine condition , covered in mature native trees.
This isolated and not widely known, well-preserved hillfort is situated on the summit of Dungeon Hill, north of Buckland Newton. It is surrounded by a single rampart and a ditch now overgrown with trees. http://www.wdi.co.uk/air/a5.html