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Big sandy beach (tides permitting) that nestles in the lee of the A55 expressway. The section of the beach nearest to the shops and station is off limits to dogs.
A country park since 1995, this former landfill site is now a dog walkers' delight.
Extraordinary park that's almost like a time machine. You can see how humans have changed their landscapes from Norman and medieval times, through to Victorian designs and a rare turbine engine.
A forest walk towards a set of intriguing pre-historic cup and ringed rocks, which can really set the imagination going.
Gorgeous walking in the woodland grounds of Aros House. The house is no longer, but the grounds are looked after by Forest Enterprises and paths and facilities are well tended.
Popular dog walking forest, with a view over to the White Horse cut into the chalk down. The best view is from the far end of the car park.
A glorious dog walk along the river when the sun is shining, and any non-walkers will find lots to see in the town.
Lots of space (200 acres) for a full length dog walk here.
There's also an art gallery - but not for dogs.
Very popular walkers' lake (and fishermen too), so avoid at weekends in the summer and enjoy on weekdays out of season.
On a good day, the atmos is unbeatable.
A large beach with a children's play park in the area behind the dunes. Signs warn of the soft sand.
Originally a waterside farmhouse near Burton upon Trent, this is now a warm and welcoming dog-friendly country inn and hotel, on the banks of the river Trent.
National Trust mansion with a most imposing vista. The house was re-modelled by Robert Adam, and makes a delightful backdrop for a walk in all seasons.