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This park is a great place for walking. It is centred around a large lake with peat bogs and there are plenty of woods and heathland to explore.
Small canal-side pub that is right on the A5 (Watling Street).
This is a great place to join the Saxon Shore Way, and easy to find off the A256.
Lovely walk along the sand bank to the black rocks - takes 60 to 90 minutes. But check the tide times.
Explore forest tracks in a plantation that's part of the enormous North Yorkshire Moors Forest. Perfect for dogs, and the shade is good for rain or shine.
Kilve beach is a lovely rocky beach on the Jurassic coast. It lies about halfway between Minehead and Bridgwater in the heart of the Quantocks.
England's shortest, widest and deepest canal! Well behaved dogs can be let off-lead on the tarmac tow path.
This should be such a lovely forest walk for families and dogs to enjoy. But it's hard to say much positive about a walk here because of the number of dog poo bags littering the paths.
If you're looking for a picture perfect traditional village, this is it. The dog-friendly pub sits on the village green, opposite the Manor house, next to the church and duck pond.
Fully accessible short riverside walk and with the town facilities nearby. The historic town of Bewdley is worth taking a look at after your walk.
Good forest tracks and paths for a major workout with the dog near Berkhamsted.
Walk along the Old Deeside Railway line between Ballater and Dinnet.