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Large (at low tide) uncrowded beach that's particularly popular with dog owners. No restrictions on canine access.
Check the tide tables before you go, and be very careful where you park.
Witton Park is a large recreation park with plenty of amenities, and is fortunate to have the Weaver's Way footpath starting in the park as well.
Fabulous walks with the dog here, and wonderful views over the South Downs. Looked after by the National Trust, so free parking for members. Very popular on sunny weekend afternoons.
Dogs allowed on most parts of the beach all year round.
Plenty of facilities within easy reach.
Wash Water Junction
A gorgeous Grade II listed dog-friendly Inn just off the A34 and a short drive south off the M4 towards Newbury, south of the town itself.
A riverside walk, with a chance to look at what must be the shortest canal in the world! It's just one mile long, and has recently been cleaned up and restored.
Interesting beach - all along the beach are the concrete pillboxes used during the war. The beach stretches from Findhorn right through to Burghead.
A country park with the absolute wow factor of the Humber Bridge that looms over the trees. Amazing perspective!
There's also Hessle Foreshore just across the road for dogs who love to splash.
Dog-friendly pubby pub, with a good understanding of what dog-walkers need after a long walk! The village of Aldbury is postcard perfect too.
The views of Loch Maree are still lovely, and dogs can have a fine time hurtling through the open spaces on the paths.
My favourite beach for playing when visiting Blackpool. Sand dunes and lots of running space. You don't need to check tide times as the beach entrance never seems to get closer than around 0.
Lots of great walks around the numerous lakes and nature trails.