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Almost-hidden dog walking spot just off the Coventry by-pass and behind Brandon Wood.
A hugely popular park near Tunbridge Wells, this former private garden was created by the renowned Victorian landscape gardener Robert Marnock.
Once part of the much larger Biddulph Grange Estate, there's now 73 acres of prime dog walking with woodland, a lake and big open spaces.
There are numerous entrances to this amazing Forest so worth visiting the main Ashdown Forest website for alternatives.
Most people come here to climb Schiehallion, which explains the surprisingly large car park and loos.
This is a really atmospheric and beautifully shady space for a dog walk. Several of the oak trees are named, and have boards identifying them - such as the 'King' oak.
A dog walk through woods and fields past what used to be the Storthes Hall Hospital near Farnley Tyas in Huddersfield.
A large country park close to Winchester, with a good mix of forest land and downs.
Great combination here of sand, coastal vegetation and access to the enormous Newborough Forest as well - handy when it's raining.
Lovely walk through dense woodlands. Often lots of wildlife. The wood connects Alton, Fourmarks and Medstead and you can have anything from a short stroll to a good 2-3 hour walk.
Long beach about 2 miles long.
Even though this is very much an on-lead experience for dogs, the curators of this extraordinary Elizabethan Hall have made every possible arrangement for canine comfort. Marvellous tea room!