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This park is a great place for walking. It is centred around a large lake with peat bogs and there are plenty of woods and heathland to explore.
Scenic 1.5 mile walk around a reservoir through partial woodland, 2 miles off the A19
Country park with visitor centre, deer park and forest walks
Short dog walk, with lots to occupy people as well as dogs. The park is a linear park that runs along the valleys of the Goyt and Sett rivers, and has the impressive Torrs Gorge in it.
Steep shingle and pebble beach.
A sheltered shingly bay backed by steep cliffs. Access path through woods. Part of the Exmoor National Park. Nearly always quiet and peaceful.
When the South Circular gets hissy, this is a useful escape route. By the time you and the dog have enjoyed a walk, the road will be on the move again.
This is the newest of the country parks in this corner of Wales, and has been formed from three collieries and what was once the highest coal tip in Europe.
Rhosneigr is one of the best sandy beaches on Anglesey . The beach was beautiful, clean and calm. With plenty of room to relax and chill out.
Long, thin park that follows the river along its valley. It's not small - there's about 120 acres here. Lots of local dogwalkers are here, and Benji had a great time making new friends.
Popular dog walking park, with lots of open space for dogs to run free. There's a river path along the Brent.
A sand-dune forest sounds pretty amazing - and it is a totally unique environment here. No sheep - and it's even nice in the rain.