Your Search Results
Take a look through the results below, or use the filters to select the facilities you want. You can also sort the listings by the popularity or distance.
This is a more people-centred walk than usual, as Warwick is such a big tourist attraction.
Nice dog walking place, with an on-lead restriction. The Boleyn family home was on this site, and the ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to be wandering around with a suitably headless retinue.
This is a large expanse of parkland, over 70 acres, and clearly a favourite with local dogwalkers from the Barnsley area.
Large park that was opened as a public space in 1892. Apart from its charm as a really good place to walk the dog, it's full of community life and hosts its own dog shows in the summer.
Marvellous mix of forest and beach.
Intimate woodland that makes a lovely doggiestop off the A42, or the A511 too. The atmosphere is light and airy, and it's a great place to enjoy a quiet moment with the pooch.
Mostly flat walk alongside the Fleet lagoon from Weymouth to Abbotsbury. Several access points from roads along the way. Ferry bridge to Abbotsburry, 10.5 miles. Not good after wet spell.
Wheata Woods is very old woodland, and you can really feel that the trees have seen plenty of history.
Beautiful hard sand, ideal for dog games in winter. Long and sandy dog-friendly beach. Dogs welcome from October to May 1st. Restrictions in Summer.
Dogs are welcome on all of the beach in winter, and for the central beach area there are designated dog areas between May 1st and September 30th. These are signed and easy to find.
A dead straight dog walking avenue, and not a lot else. It's a great place for all dogs, and easy for unsociable dogs to manage as they probably won't get much company.
A quiet friendly pub where dogs reign supreme as long as they are well behaved