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Completely dog-friendly pebble beach, with particular appeal to surfers and dog owners. It's a great place for fossil hunting too.
Very active park and woodland gardens, ideal for family visits even though the rules demand that dogs are on-lead, even in the woods.
Towneley Hall and park are one of Burnley's greatest assets. The Hall, which is open to the public, sits in extensive parkland with woods, riverbanks, a playground and playing fields.
If your legs are in need of a good uphill stretch, this is the walk for you. The views from the top on a clear day make it all worthwhile, especially over the Lynn of Lorn to Mull.
This is a small but beautiful riverside park and has the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle, although there's not much left to see. Plenty of dog walks here and it's an ideal place to relax.
Easy to find reservoir and moorland dog walk lying in the Pentland Hills just outside Edinburgh. Sheep graze nearby, so not a good off-lead space if Fido's uncontrollable.
The brightly painted headstocks near the entrance show that this recently created nature park was once a coal mining site.
Amazing views from the top of the Warren on a clear day. Look out for Tennyson's memorial and Hurst Castle especially.
Country park with marked trails, and handily placed if you're heading north from the M4.
Really nice forest dog walk, all paved so great all year round.
Typical surrey common with heath and woodland, gets very wet in winter, but there is a board walk. Pond to chase ducks or swim in (she's done both. Also bridleways so need to watch out for horses.