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Really nice place for a dog walk, and it's a popular choice. Definitely worth checking out the walk leaflets in the visitor centre if you want to explore more exciting walks.
A tiny slice of ancient woodland, a bit squeezed between Muswell Hill playing fields and St Pancras cemetery - but well worth a visit.
Popular and well looked after park to the west of Redditch. Local dogs seem to have a great time here, and the two kids' play areas look clean and creative.
Completely stunning formal gardens, created in 2003.
If you're a keen gardener this is well worth a look. Particularly for the rose collection.
This is a beautiful park and is popular with local dog walkers. There are clear paths to follow with plenty of grass, trees and a brook for dogs to enjoy.
Flat, clean and sandy. My Labradors love swimming here.
This short walk is scented with a variety of odours to delight doggy noses. The reed beds have a practical purpose, and also won the Coal Board some awards.
An ideal route for a long dog walk if you don't want to cope with map-reading. The path is flat and follows the completely straight line of the re-routed River Ancholme.
Really old park, stuffed full of heritage - Anglo-saxon burial mounds, the Meridian Line ... and a great place to walk the dog.
Cemaes has two beaches, and dogs are allowed on the westerly beach all year round. Most of the sand is on the other beach - but the west beach is great for rock pooling.
Dog-friendly beach with a view across to Wales. Loads going on here, with the extraordinary natural lagoon used for water sports etc when the tide's out.
Hill walk through forests and valleys. Off lead dog walk for most of the way. Some sheep and lead sections.