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Whether you're a tree enthusiast or not, this is one arboretum that is a real 'must see' in the area.
Beaches, Sand Dunes, Woods - Perfect for active Dogs. Free Parking in Winter and Before 10am
Exciting dog walkies within easy reach of Liverpool. Speke Hall is a wood-framed wattle-and-daub Tudor manor house that looks almost psychedelic from the outside.
Black and white timbered slice of history, right opposite the Abbey and lovely for a tea/coffee as well as meals.
Dogs welcome in the bar and there's also dog-friendly accommodation.
Massive sandy beach at low tide, and no dog restrictions! The beach is also popular with sand buggies and horse riders. And there are plenty of local shops, cafes and a hotel behind the beach.
Lying close to the flanks of Burgess Hill, this former commonland has grassland, woodland and a lake. It's a beautiful place to be, especially in Spring when the bluebells are in bloom.
Local park and wildlife area
Small country pub, friendly, basic menu but well cooked fantastic value, quirky and welcoming. Gets great reviews for dog-friendliness.
A short dog walk starting from the approach road to the golf club. Unlike the other dog walk for junction 57, this walk is flat, shorter and much easier for anyone with a buggy and dog.
A very attractive valley with a riverside path winding through trees. There is a no-hills route, and it's a lovely spot for a dog walk on summer days.
An easy walk on old railway line and main road.
A popular destination for Coventry folk, there is lots to do here all through the year.