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This Country Park is a much bigger space than it seems at first, and there is plenty of choice of dog-walking routes. The park is midway between Junctions 2 and 4.
This park is absolutely vast, with over 1500 acres of woodland and parkland, and a working farm. And what dog could resist the opportunity to leave his mark against a tree planted by Capability Brown?
This is a quiet and little visited part of the New Forest, where dogs can romp without the restraints of human civilisation. Drivers too can enjoy a moment of peace. Lovely.
The walk starts at a cafe where dogs are more than welcome. There are plenty of water bowls and the tables have rings so that you can safely attach your dogs leads.
Small Cornish harbour town, with a working harbour, pubs, and beaches that allow dogs all year.
Walk through pine trees and lots of sand down to the water. Dogs and horses go down there.
Dogs OK on this lovely sandy beach all year round - can get crowded in high season.
Good dog walking country between Stokenchurch and Lewknor, with a number of woodland paths to vary the route if this becomes a regular walk place. It is hilly, but there are sitting spots.
Magnificent motorway services, with spotless facilities and a fantastic choice of woodland trails.
Popular dog-friendly village pub that's just about always open from breakfast time on.
The pub is deceptive - bigger inside than you'd think from the car park, and it's strong on food too. The walk is an easy one to find, and dogs get a good off-lead run.
Less than a mile from the A1 and you can enjoy a cooling riverside walk, check out a once important Roman town, or grab something to eat in nearby Boroughbridge.