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This is a popular country park, with plenty going on for everyone. There's kids' stuff, as well as quieter rambles away from the main play area.
An easy 4 mile dog walk, starting from the very atmospheric ruins of Kenilworth Castle.
Coarse sand beach, 2 miles south of Sutton-on-sea. Concrete parking terrace facing sea next to beach. Dog access all year.
A small beach that welcomes dogs. The main part of the beach is supposed to be a no go area for dogs in holiday season although when we visited there were lots of families with dogs on there.
A pair of adjoining parks, both with Green Flag status and very popular with Solihull dog walkers. There is a small cafe, and it's also possible to walk from here to the town centre.
Forestry Commission woodland where you least expect to find it. Great for dogs, and Jem loves coming here.
After the rocks, 3 miles of beautiful sand. Zones for dog access in summer and these are well-signed.
A popular Green Flag park, created over a former colliery. It's clear that this is a much loved park, there's a really friendly atmosphere and happy looking dog walkers.
Conservation area with fields and footpaths, popular with local dog owners
Lovely easy walk on gravelled paths around a very large country park. Lots of access to the River Lostock running through which the dog loved.
This is a former deer park with 2,400 acres of open space - including 7 lakes. The terrain is a mix of heathland, woodlands, wetlands and marshes.
Long, clean beach, flat, dunes, perfect for dogs and owners. Dogs allowed off-lead. On the other side of the sand dunes is a lake and a path back to the car park.
Woodland Trust site in a quiet location off the A449 on Whittington Hall Lane.
Largest of the Royal Parks with over a thousand acres of land.
Small, 51 hectare, country park regenerated from former coal mine and quarry workings.
Remote forest walk where Red Kites wheel above and small furries scamper below.
An ideal scampering ground for dogs who've had the nearby on-lead Devil's Bridge trip (Jem isn't a fan!).
A rural walk over the fields before returning to the village pub, where solicitors rub shoulders with shepherds - and dogs get a good welcome too.
Dogs will benefit not just from an excellent walk here, but also that their drivers have so many opportunities for shopping, snacks and meals to suit all budgets and tastes.
The paths here meander through a fine mix of woodland, meadow and waterside. The area is evidently a popular spot for local dog walkers, and we didn't see anyone without a dog!
A friendly, welcoming pub next to a fabulous ancient forest where dogs can go nuts in the trees.
It's possible to enjoy a short 30 minute dog-walk here, or to spend much longer rambling over the hillside on clearly marked trails.
If your hound has misted up after hearing the Beddgelert story down in the village, this will restore his spirits.
There's 700 hectares of forest here for every dog to have his day.
This Common is a favourite for families and dog walkers. The coolness of the pine forest is ideal for hot, travel weary dogs, or check out the dog swimming possibilities of the lake.
A walk that starts right in the Services, but with its start point well hidden from thousands of desperate dogs.
The woodland here is perfect for dogs to really let off steam and thunder through the trees at speed.
Fantastic walk along the river bank, with a lovely dog-friendly hotel bar to return to.
Lovely off-lead easy dog walk from a new-style community pub that's also a cafe. This is a relaxing place to break a journey. It's sooo close to the M40 junction but you'd never know it.
Big open space for dogs to stretch their legs. Just pawfect for letting the dog have a really good run before you go to take a look at the pretty and historic county town of Warwick.
Turner came here to paint, the Victorians flocked to admire the scenery. Your dog should be happy with a walk here!
There isn't a castle but legend says that this was the site of Arthur's Camelot. Whether this is true or not it is the site of an iron age hill fort.
There's a mix of woodland and heath here, and totally amazing views over to Wales. If you get the right weather this is one to have a proper 'stand and stare' moment.
Large park area with woodland and river. Just need to be aware of the Swans on one part of the river but you can walk your dog(s) in a circular route all off lead. Watch for picnicer's in summer.
A dog walk with a very impressive view. On a clear day you can see as far as Long Mynd and the Wrekin, the Peak District to the north, and even the Beacon Hill in Loughborough to the east.
Dogs will love the scents to be found in this old wood, and the sense of otherworldness found under the dappled light of these ancient trees will delight the imaginative.
A circular walk through woodland where dogs can sniff and chase to their hearts' content. The start point is a popular pub with plenty of space for everyone.
This is a truly rural walk, and a surprising contrast to the busy motorway and M4 service station you will leave behind.
This is a fine all-weather walk on a hard surface path around the lake, with easy access for buggies and wheelchair users.
A 'there and back' walk along the riverside, through lush green fields - a delight for City dog paws.
A big open walk on the River Trent plain, and a grand opportunity for doggie socialising. It's popular with local dog-walkers and there's no chance of getting lost.
This seems a rather strange place to take the dog for a walk but, with over 90km of paths to explore, even the most energetic dog will be able to run itself to a standstill.
Plenty of running space for dogs here, with just a few restrictions in the summer at the National Trust end of the beach.
This is an enormous country park and hugely popular with local dog owners. There are a multitude of small paths and fields as well as the formal grounds and lake.
This is a fabulous walking spot, with not just one good walk but several. No dog with any manners could possibly complain about a doggiestop here.
Extensive park and nature reserve near the centre of Leamington Spa. It's popular with dog walkers, and also sports enthusiasts.
Dogs will enjoy the mix of fields and river path on this very rural footpath.
Dogs are welcome here - it's a massive, long sandy beach.
Dog friendly beach.
Cullen beach is one of the best beaches in the area - it is long and of fine sand. Dogs can run off lead and it is very safe (no roads near-by).
Surprisingly unknown park in South London, that's in the care of the National Trust. The River Wandle twists through the middle, and is well defended by geese.
Calm, peaceful and tranquil walking here with lots of top-class sniffing for dogs! The paths are all clear and well walked.
Clear paths and facilities make this small forest a dog-walker's delight. It's also a handy stopping point on the way to and from the coast.
A great off-lead walk that's popular with local dog walkers.
Good dog walking country between Stokenchurch and Lewknor, with a number of woodland paths to vary the route if this becomes a regular walk place. It is hilly, but there are sitting spots.
Two reminders of the once enormous Forest of Bere.
Upperford Copse is doggie delight, with shaded woodland paths and endless opportunites for canine romping.
It looks as if this woodland has been purpose-made for dog walkers! Somewhere in there you might find a dog activity trail (seriously!) with jumps and weaves for canine cavorting.
Forest trail in the Snowdonia national park, with plenty for non-walkers to see and do in the village.
The Warwickshire landscape here is wonderful, with 100 acres of lush green rolling hills which you are free to walk around.
A super park for dogs, with flat walking in 200 acres of woodland and wetland, and it's easy to get to from the city centre.
A 12th century thatched dog-friendly inn, with a lovely atmosphere and good food. Watch your head on the beams if you're a bit tall.
There are several paths and trails for dog walks in the 280 acres of this popular and well organised park. Within easy reach of the M2 Junction 4.
Dogs can get onto this lovely sandy beach all year round.
Cuerden Valley Park is hugely popular with dog walkers, and the bright-eyed, waggy tailed dogs Jem met made it clear that this is a piece of canine heaven.
A definite family and dog pleaser of a park, and a good place to let both children and dogs stretch their legs before visiting the Victorian town of Buxton.
There's a choice of two water walks in this sleepy village, both quiet and tranquil. There are a couple of small shops in the village for picnic supplies, and the Bell is dog-friendly in the bar.
This park is absolutely vast, with over 1500 acres of woodland and parkland, and a working farm. And what dog could resist the opportunity to leave his mark against a tree planted by Capability Brown?
This is a quiet and little visited part of the New Forest, where dogs can romp without the restraints of human civilisation. Drivers too can enjoy a moment of peace. Lovely.
Perched on the Greensand Ridge, Stockgrove park is partly grassland and partly ancient woodland. It's a nice mix of the two. There's also a lake with some Mandarin ducks in full control.
A woodland walk at the east end of Blackhall Forest on the slopes of a prominent hill.
Massive beach, with a fringe of pebbles and then acres of sand. Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round. The DwD team were here in August 2017 - and the beach was practically deserted.
There's a huge amount to do and see here - from joining a stretch of the 100 mile South Downs Way long dog walk to admiring the views or just sitting on the beach.
Wonderful dog walking around Crompton Moor.
My favourite beach for playing when visiting Blackpool. Sand dunes and lots of running space. You don't need to check tide times as the beach entrance never seems to get closer than around 0.
Interesting beach - all along the beach are the concrete pillboxes used during the war. The beach stretches from Findhorn right through to Burghead.
Nature reserve with 170 acres of grasslands, meadows, lakes, and woods. Dogs are allowed off lead however, certain parts of the nature reserve require dogs to be kept on a lead.
A gloriously remote Forestry Commission area, with endless space for hounds to bound and big views over to Mull on a good day.
Remember to take water (and picnic) with you!
Large (at low tide) uncrowded beach that's particularly popular with dog owners. No restrictions on canine access.
Check the tide tables before you go, and be very careful where you park.
Fabulous walks with the dog here, and wonderful views over the South Downs. Looked after by the National Trust, so free parking for members. Very popular on sunny weekend afternoons.
Bamburgh is a fantastic place for dogs, and the dunes and beach behind the castle are wide and spacious enough for the most energetic hound.
A lovely woodland walk - dog safe for off lead walking, paths round the woods, mostly gravelled path round the outside or other paths for the more adventurous walker.
A walk near Ashbourne in one of the most picturesque and scenic of the Derbyshire Dales, best enjoyed on a quiet weekday.
The iconic stepping stones are such fun with dogs.
Great for dogs all year round. Please be good about keeping your dog under control and picking up the poo, because ...
Close to the M20 Jct 11 find dog walk delight with plenty of space to go off-piste in this delightfully rural country park, which was originally a large estate dating back to Norman times.
Dog-friendly pubby pub, with a good understanding of what dog-walkers need after a long walk! The village of Aldbury is postcard perfect too.
A good wide stretch of beach suitable for under control dogs. It is a flagged beach so dog owners should always clean up after their dogs in all areas of the beach & car park (Bins supplied).
A country park with the absolute wow factor of the Humber Bridge that looms over the trees. Amazing perspective!
There's also Hessle Foreshore just across the road for dogs who love to splash.
Remote, stile-free walking in a relatively little visited corner of the Snowdonia national park.
Wash Water Junction
A gorgeous Grade II listed dog-friendly Inn just off the A34 and a short drive south off the M4 towards Newbury, south of the town itself.
Situated in the beautiful village of Puncknowle, close to Chesil beach and five miles from Bridport, West Bay (or 'Broadchurch' if you follow the ITV series!) - The Crown is a traditional thatched...
The views of Loch Maree are still lovely, and dogs can have a fine time hurtling through the open spaces on the paths.
Dogs are allowed on both 'ends' of Exmouth beach, while the central part is taken over for dog-free family fun in season.
Nothing here, except a car park and the beach. Perfect.
The photos here were taken on a baking hot Tuesday in summer and still the beach was completely deserted - wow!!
The smell of fir trees after rain is a delight for any dog, and most of the time you're likely to have the forest to yourself as it's well off the beaten track.
Sandy bay surrounded by cliffs. It does get busy here in summer - dogs allowed on the beach.
A riverside walk, with a chance to look at what must be the shortest canal in the world! It's just one mile long, and has recently been cleaned up and restored.
No restrictions on dogs on the sandy beach here.
Old fashioned pub serving home cooked food. Specializes in Tapas. Lovely beer garden. Dogs more than welcome but must be on a lead. Always fresh water at the ready.
Long sandy beach
Sandy dog-friendly beach at the end of the Llyn peninsula. Some restrictions on dogs in the summer, leaving plenty of space away from the beach areas nearest to the car park.
Beach walk sandy and stony. Beach has Blue Flag status. Photograph of Betra peninsula from summit of Croag Patrick
Lots of great walks around the numerous lakes and nature trails.
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