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Network of woodland and country walks with stunning views from top of disused quarry.
Off A38 at Branston 1 miles south of Burton upon Trent. Approx 2 miles flat tarmac surface around a lovely lake full of different types of wild fowl.
Over 1,000 acres of green space for Londoners to re-oxygenate. The park is divided into different sections, and the most attractive for dogs is the Woodland Gardens area which runs down to the river.
Walk via Roman Antonine Wall to Banknock and back on the canal towpath
This is a great place to start exploring the Argyll Forest, and many of the waymarked trails begin here. The botanical gardens are delightful too.
Biggleswade North Roundabout
Quaint, curious and comfortable 300 year old dog-friendly pub, with a fab log fire in the winter. Also known as the 'pub with no bar'.
Mostly flat walk alongside the Fleet lagoon from Weymouth to Abbotsbury. Several access points from roads along the way. Ferry bridge to Abbotsburry, 10.5 miles. Not good after wet spell.
As well as being a worthy walk in its own right, the forest is also ideal for giving not quite sea dogs a good paw-stretch before getting on the ferry to Lochaline.
Stroll around 50 acres of diverse countryside, not massively exciting but the dog will be happy to escape the A40 if it's a bad traffic day. There are 2.5 km of paths which are fully accessible.
Friendly and welcoming no-frills dog-friendly pub, with the kind of meals you really want after a good walk! Genuine pubby atmosphere.
DwD team updated and added walk July 2018
A National Trust property but the car park has a fenced in dog walk section which is at the far end of the car park which gives a pleasent safe dog friendly break from the nearby M4.
A woodland with several walks - some harder paths, some more rugged paths through the woodlands where more clambering is required.