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This former haven of highwaymen and smugglers is now a popular destination for local dog walkers. It's a mix of woodland and heathland with an extensive system of bridleways and small paths.
Marvellous country park, with green meadows and woodland, plus a lake and overlooked by the Pennines. It's been ooh-ed and aah-ed over since Victorian times; quite right too.
Rambling 17th century inn where dogs and walkers get a good welcome.
One visit to this massive water park will probably be the first of many as there's so much walking, and doing, and seeing to do.
Dogs' delight in winter, less so in summer! Walking through ancient broadleaf trees on clear paths, really easy to follow and with scents that dogs just adore.
Luscious parkland for dogs with a nose for the high life, This is a National Trust property with an enormous park (dogs on leads near deer) and access to the river.
3 miles of sandy shore.
This is an immensely popular area with local dog walkers, and it's just the place for some bracing sea air. There are several walk options, depending on where the tide is.
There are well signed paths leading out from both the car parks here, and plenty of space for dogs to stretch their legs and enjoy some excellent romping space.
A 300 acre combination of woodland and steep grassy hill on the Eastern fringes of Oxford.
Very doggy and people friendly pub. Serves good range of reasonably priced food. On the village outskirts.
Absolutely the best place to get a panoramic view of 'Shakespeare' country, and lots of space for dogs to run, roll and sniff.