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Roomy country park with an abundance of trails and lakes. Perfect for dogs and drivers to take a break.
Sett Valley Trail / Pennine Way, 3.8 mile walk. Parts of this walk are steep, both upwards and down. In addition, the well trodden path has areas of shifting shingle with some deep gullies.
Lovely place to walk round the lake or just play in the big field. Plenty of room and meet up with friendly folk and friendly dogs.
Country park with wildflower meadows and popular with local dog-walkers and families. Woodland, and quite a lot of variety in the landscape with the remains of a Roman villa and a castle
Predominately a flat, wide trail beside the river. Suitable for pushchairs and mobility scooters etc. if keep to the Pentewan Valley Trail route.
Small neighbourhood country park with a very good kids' playground and plenty of space for dogs to have a run. Good accessible paths suitable for wheelchairs and clean disabled facilities.
An ideal spot for a dog walk, with no faffing around - just straight onto the Thames Path and you're set to walk for miles with no stiles, cows or roads to cross.
This is part of the Wyre Forest, but with much more exciting trees than the serried pines of the main forest and lovely views over to Trimpley Reservoir.
Calm and gentle walking in 250 acres of a local nature reserve and park. Also a lovely dog-friendly cafe for after your walk.
Gentle woodland full of glorious sniffs for dogs to savour. And a choice of easy paths to follow.
One of the fun things about finding the walks for Driving with Dogs is the chance to discover places like the 17th century thatched pub here.
Famous for its 20th century troglodyte cave dwellers, and a great place to walk the dog.