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Wheal Coates is one of the most photographed areas in Cornwall with iconic mining ruins and amazing views up & down the coast.
A section of the Arden Way, boasting a great view with facilities and access paths.
A dog walk with fresh air at the seaside. This small village is a perfect place to head off along the coast and has easy access to beaches which are popular with local dog walkers.
Just over 3 miles from the M1. A delightful and well-run park, with on-lead dogs welcome in the formal gardens and rougher ground for off-lead romping.
Brilliant place for a wander with the dog, and nature spotters will find a surprising variety of wildlife to get excited about.
Dumpton Gap is open for dogs all year round, with no restrictions.
A lovely park, gifted to Londoners by Sir Sidney Waterlow as a 'garden for the gardenless'. Dogs are welcome here, but don't forget the poo bags!
If you've spotted some odd looking mini-pyramids from the A40 and wondered what they were - why not take the dog for a closer look? ...
Massive forest and it's just ideal for a dog walk. If you're making a doggiestop on your journey, head for the visitor centre for the cafe and facilities plus dog walk.
Enormous and highly dog-friendly beach all year round.
A former colliery site which has been transformed into an attractive woodland and dog walk. There's a fine network of paths with great views from the top of the hill.
A useful pull in for a quick forest walk if you're travelling on the A70. There aren't any facilities, but it's easy parking for caravans in an easy to spot lay-by.