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Typical Surrey common with heath and woodland, gets very wet in winter, but there is a board walk. Pond to chase ducks or swim in (she's done both. Also bridleways so need to watch out for horses.
This is a lovely forest walk about 1 1/2 miles long through varied terrain with magnificent views in parts.
A huge expanse of white sand in a glorious setting. Sheep sometimes graze the land behind the beach, so you'll need to be considerate if your dog is likely to worry livestock.
Pub, restaurant & hotel. Dogs very welcome and a good real pint and food. Last visited July 2015, and by the DwD team in 2021, still as dog friendly as ever and another nice lunch.
Lottery money has transformed this 200 acre park into a pleasant walking spot.
The amazing thing about this forest and its lochs is that since the re-introduction of a beaver family, all sorts of changes have been taking place as the beavers gnaw away at the trees and dam up...
Very active park and woodland gardens, ideal for family visits even though the rules demand that dogs are on-lead, even in the woods.
Lovely lung of green in the middle of the city, and very close to the cathedral, shops and restaurants.
Beach walk from Barry through Carnoustie, Westhaven to Easthaven...
Spectacular scenery plus sheltered woods if windy.
This is a great place to start exploring the Argyll Forest, and many of the waymarked trails begin here. The botanical gardens are delightful too.
Slight tatty Victorian show-park that's keen on dinosaurs. The dog will love it, there's 200 acres of canine communication to scratch and sniff