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Bridle paths and long forest walks are possible in the hundred acres of woodland here. Small routes through the park and forest have disabled/pushchair access.
A welcoming Dog friendly environment situated five minutes drive from Matlock Bath in the heart of Derbyshire and at the end of High Peak trail walk and near Carsington waters.
The doggy section of the beach is towards the 'nose' of the bay (Penrhyn Hill), and marked. Note that there is a complete dog ban on the West beach in Llandudno.
Lovely walk along the River Isere on the 15km cycle path between Bourg Saint Maurice and Aime in the Tarentaise valley. In summer, stop off at one of the riverside cafes along the way.
Country park with no sheep, stiles or steep hills. Pleasant family atmosphere, and ideal for gentle ambling.
The ponds are reservoirs for topping up the canals.
The largest park in Sheffield, Graves is a brilliant mix of open parkland, natural and semi-natural woodlands and meadows and great views out towards the edge of the Peak District
Forestry Commission forest with its very own UFO trail, created to celebrate UFO sightings in the 1980s. Plenty of other paths also available and this is a fabulous dog walking space.
Very popular small pebble and sand beach, with 2 pubs and a couple of cafes almost on the beach. Dogs are allowed on the right hand side of the beach all year round.
Dogs' delight of a forestry wood in the middle of nowhere. Once the dog is happy, there's a super dog-friendly pub in the next village!
Massive sandy beach populated by sculptor Antony Gormley's 'Another Place' figures. Some dogs are very wary of the men staring out to sea, others treat them as convenient trees.
Renaissance castle in an 'English' landscaped garden with a lake.
Secluded little dog friendly bay that's a gorgeous half way point on walks from various points nearby.
Stick to the east side of the bay for swimming and avoid the strong currents on the west side.