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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.
One of London's biggest breathing spaces, Hampstead Heath is great for dogs - especially on weekday mornings after joggers have gone to work.
Forestry Commission wood, and a part of Ampthill Forest.
As the quarry has dug deeper over the years, the displaced earth has created a nature reserve with fantastic views over the working quarry.
This was the last canal to be built in Britain except for the Manchester Ship Canal. Originally it was used to transport bricks from the various Slough brickworks.
Small, friendly collection of shops and a cafe. Dogs are welcome in most of the shops and you'll find some quirky and interesting pieces, ideal for gifts or just to spoil yourself.
Croome Park (National Trust) is a great place to walk the dog - with fantastic views over the recently restored Croome Court, and some very elegant landscaping in the grounds.
Off-lead walking through young woodlands at Wheatacre Woods in Burtonwood, just 1.5 miles from junction 8 of the M62.
Dog friendly sand and shingle beach just by Oban town. Ideal for a doggy leg stretch before you take the ferry to one of the islands, or just for a swim and a walk around the coastline.
Thistly Cross Roundabout
Fabulous combination of a big sandy beach, and access to a long distance footpath too. Very popular with local dog-walkers, and pure doggie delight for the pooch.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Dogs are welcome on the beach here, with one marked section that's 'on-lead' only. The rest is open for doggy fun time. The castle is worth an explore too - well ruined, but atmospheric.
Friendly, canal side pub. Excellent food, all beef is sourced from local farm. You'll go a long way to find better burgers.