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A11 Brettenham Heath Norfolk

A11 Brettenham Heath Norfolk

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A nature reserve within easy reach of the A11 - and it's a great place to experience the local nature up close. We love coming here because it smells and looks so different from the Midlands.

The reserve is looked after by Natural England and walkers are welcome from November to the end of February only. The rest of the time the reserve is kept free of people so that birds can breed with disturbance. It's really important that you don't take your dog there in Spring and Summer!


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Dog-friendly walk off the A12 near Great Yarmouth.
Atmospheric ruin that's a great place for a picnic on a fine day. It's also one the very few English Heritage sites that's dog-friendly!
Apparently the castle was built by the Romans, and there were towers for catapults - so if you're travelling with imaginative kids they'll probably love it here.
Breydon Water, below the castle, is known as the gateway to the broads. 
NB the very nearby Queen's Head is listed as dog friendly (TripAdvisor July 2016)

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Bacton Wood, Norfolk

Bacton Wood, Norfolk

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These woods have been here since Anglo Saxon times and are a tranquil place to get away from it all. Dogs will love it.

Photo: Richard Bray / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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A walk of pure doggie delight, with lakes, paths and little 'beaches'.

Photos: Richard Humphrey / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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Blickling Hall, Norfolk

Blickling Hall, Norfolk

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Enjoy the extensive parkland, lake and woods at the former stately home of the Lothians. This was the former site of the Boleyn's home, and the ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to be wandering around with a suitably headless retinue, but only on the anniversary of her execution.

Photos: Simon Knott / CC BY-SA 2.0    Philip Halling / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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Brandon Country Park, Suffolk

Brandon Country Park, Suffolk

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This is a delightful rural retreat in the grounds of a former stately house. The park itself is massive and the network of paths offers a huge variety of places to visit. Inquisitive dogs will find much of interest here, particularly in the wooded areas.

Photos: Bob Jones / CC BY-SA 2.0    Dale Reynolds / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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Chalkney Wood, Essex

Chalkney Wood, Essex

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Everything here to please the bounding hound.  Easy to follow paths and free parking too.

The serried rows of conifers are changing to broad leaf trees as part of the Forestry Commission's regeneration plan - and it's looking better every year.

Photos: 1  Robert Edwards / CC BY-SA 2.0    2  Simon Leatherdale / CC BY-SA 2.0

 

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Clare Castle Country Park, Suffolk

Clare Castle Country Park, Suffolk

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This is a small but beautiful riverside park and has the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle, although there's not much left to see. There's plenty of walks here and it's an ideal place to relax.

Photos: Oxyman / CC BY-SA 2.0    Elliott Simpson / CC BY-SA 2.0    David Gruar / CC BY-SA 2.0    David Flory / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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Cudmore Grove Country Park, Essex

Cudmore Grove Country Park, Essex

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A fine, flat waterside area with wonderful views over the Colne and Blackwater estuaries

Photos: Glyn Baker / CC BY-SA 2.0    Bob Jones / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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Danbury Country Park, Essex

Danbury Country Park, Essex

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This is a very tranquil place where dogs can enjoy a walk around the lakes, meadows and woods in the grounds of a former palace. There's also a walled garden to admire.

Photos: Andrew Pickess / CC BY-SA 2.0    Robert Edwards / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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MOTORWAY WALKS - The Book

With nearly 200 walks from the Driving with Dogs website, this handy little book is an ideal guide to the best dog-friendly pubs and dog walks within 5 miles of UK motorway exits.

Like the website walks, you'll also find information about campervan access, disabled facilities, kids' activities, safe parking places, sat-nav codes and written route directions too.

Walking the Dog: Motorway Walks for dogs and drivers is available from the RAC shop (link URL http://www.racshop.co.uk/rac-books.html) and all the usual online bookstores such as amazon.

If your local bookstore doesn't have a copy in stock, you can order by quoting the ISBN number: 978-1-845841-02-7

Amazon link: Walking the Dog - Motorway walks for drivers and dogs

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