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This walk follows the course of a river, and ducks underneath the M6 to emerge at the site of an ancient motte and bailey fortress in the middle of the water.
This is a great walk for blowing the travel cobwebs away. There are two colour coded trails running through the forest, and most dogs will be very safe off-lead here.
Forestry Commission woodland where you least expect to find it. Great for dogs, and Jem loves coming here.
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.
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.
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!
Fantastic walk along the river bank, with a lovely dog-friendly hotel bar to return to.
A stroll along Hadrian's Wall is a fitting location for the last dog walk on the M6 in England (or the first out of Scotland).
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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 leisurely riverside location with the option of playing with your dog in the parkland, or heading off up river to enjoy a stroll through woodland.
One of the entrances to the National Forest is right in the middle of the Donington Park motorway services area with all the usual facilities.
Tatton Park is an immense area of parkland with a mass of scents for dogs to enjoy from both the farm and the freely roaming deer and livestock.
The woodland is great for dogs, with no stiles and plenty to occupy the canine nose.
It would be impossible to guess that Tibshelf Services has immediate access to over 9 miles of countryside walking on the Five Pits Trail.
A fully rural circular walk here on Public Footpaths across fields, up and down dales, and highly enjoyable.
Dogs and heritage buffs will both love this 30-40 minute walk to the castle and back. Explanation boards along the way explain the background, including an interesting Polish connection.
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.
Vast beach and excellent for dogs and football/cricket players. On the afternoon we took the photos here at the start of the school holidays (August) there was one other car on the beach.
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 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.
An easy 4 mile dog walk, starting from the very atmospheric ruins of Kenilworth Castle.
After the rocks, 3 miles of beautiful sand. Zones for dog access in summer and these are well-signed.
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 popular country park, with plenty going on for everyone. There's kids' stuff, as well as quieter rambles away from the main play area.
Conservation area with fields and footpaths, popular with local dog owners
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.
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.
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.
With 400 acres of woodland, this is a fabulous romping ground for dogs. Run by the National Trust, there is also the visitor centre at Gibson Mill to enjoy.
Woodland Trust site in a quiet location off the A449 on Whittington Hall Lane.
Long sandy beach
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.
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.
Grand place for dogs - and a fantastic view from the top on a clear day.
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.
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.
A friendly, welcoming pub next to a fabulous ancient forest where dogs can go nuts in the trees.
This is a real crowd pleaser of a dog walk, with plenty to keep all your travellers happy.
As well as walking the dog in the 90 acre parkland here, the cafe is dog-friendly - well done National Trust! ...
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 small, warm and welcoming local pub with stone flagstones and roaring fires. After a day of walking in horizontal February sleet a visit here was the highlight of the day!
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.
Ideal dog walking here, and well placed for a big walk if you're getting on or off the Holyhead ferry, shopping in the town, or just want a great few hours walking with a fab sea view.
A walk that starts right in the Services, but with its start point well hidden from thousands of desperate dogs.
This walk starts at a small, and impeccably maintained, memorial to Canadian soldiers from WW1 and then follows a forest path where dogs are able to run off lead.
The woodland here is perfect for dogs to really let off steam and thunder through the trees at speed.
The beach is linked with a nature reserve. It is beautiful, perfect for dogs as it has a lot of coastline available. So your dogs can play in the dunes or down at the water.
Much more than a motorway stop, this is a dog-walkers' delight and popular for a dog day out in the Bristol area.
There's a circular lakeside walk here, giving 40-50 minutes of comfortable walking well away from the more crowded cafe areas. If time permits, the haunted Hall is worth a look.
Really easy to find dog walk starting literally seconds away from the M4 motorway exit. A mixture of woodland and Public Footpath with stunning views over the Cotswolds.
This is a lovely 17th Century coaching inn with open fires either end of the lounge bar in which you can enjoy good home cooked food and a fine selection of ales and beers
Long sandy beaches, dunes, and plenty of space for dogs to enjoy themselves away from the village centre - where there are shops and take-aways for picnics.
A mix of activities here, with tasty home cooking on offer in a garden centre (with spotlessly clean loos) and then a truly rural footpath dog walk - best attempted before you succumb to the cakes!
Fabulous romping ground for dogs, in highly dog-friendly Forestry Commission woodland. Handy for a doggiestop from the A1 and the A17.
Relaxing 150 acres of parkland that seems to please dog walkers of all ages.
Once part of a family estate, Worden's gardens were designed by Andrew Nesfield - of Alton Towers and Kew Gardens fame.
If your dog loves to swim and splash, this is a great place to come in the summer.
The bend on the River Avon was, once upon a time, a natural open-air lido for the residents of Stratford.
Forestry Commission woodland with easy to follow paths and lots of romping ground for dogs.
Dogs will adore this quiet woodland, and it's a great place for a healthy leg stretch for dogs and drivers very close to the A1.
Micro brewery / restaurant. Very dog friendly, Baillie was allowed to sit with us at the table and made very welcome. West is in the old Templeton Building on Glasgow Green.
This is such a relaxing and gentle place to take a break from the A1M, and dogs will love the parkland here. It's a great place for a dog walk.
Visitors to Stirling will relish the opportunity to combine a visit to the Wallace Monument with a hidden walk that most people miss.
Few places better than a crumbling ruin for a thoughtful moment of walkies with Fido. This was once home to a large community of White Canons, until Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries.
This is a fantastic environment for dogs, as well as families. There is plenty of space for everyone, and an ideal stopping point before heading into one of the big cities.
There are three fabulous dog walks very close to each other here.
There is a lot to see on this purpose-made walk through an RSPB nature reserve. Dogs are welcome but need to be on a lead or effectively controlled.
This is a popular walking spot for local dogs, and there is plenty of lush grassy space for dogs to hurtle around in.
A great place to walk, especially when the serried firs give way to open moorland.
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.
Turner came here to paint, the Victorians flocked to admire the scenery. Your dog should be happy with a walk here!
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.
Huge sandy beach on Teifi Estuary near Cardigan. Open to dogs all year with just one small area where dogs are not welcome.
Added by tknorn: Huge beach near Cardigan.
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.
A choice of paths here, either along the canal or the river. There's more to see on the canal route, and the path is in good condition.
A wonderful opportunity for dogs to race around over meadows, or just chill out on the grass in this well-planned and popular water park. Children are well catered for too.
A 'there and back' walk along the riverside, through lush green fields - a delight for City dog paws.
This walks starts at one of the highest points in Bedfordshire, within the Chilterns' Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are stunning views over the county and the Sharpenhoe Clappers.
An opportunity to visit Robert the Bruce's cave. Or one of them. It's a pleasant 35 minute stroll with the dog through a valley, and the cave does boast a commanding view.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Great for dogs all year round. Please be good about keeping your dog under control and picking up the poo, because ...
Calm, peaceful and tranquil walking here with lots of top-class sniffing for dogs! The paths are all clear and well walked.
A great off-lead walk that's popular with local dog walkers.
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.
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