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Lovely place to walk round the lake or just play in the big field. Plenty of room and meet up with friendly folk and friendly dogs.
A very popular and dog-friendly beach with the many visitors who stay here in one of the many caravan parks.
Part of the Loch Ryan Coastal path. Park car down small lane off A77 and head north towards Cairnryan. Trail follows stoney beach following the path of the old railway line and wagon yard.
Walk around the lake with the option of of a woodland walk as well. From the lake cross over the D748 and you will be in the Le Bois de l'Aumonerie.
One of the youngest country parks this is a favourite with local dog walkers, Apedale was once an opencast mine and has now been returned to nature.
Lovely old pub, dog-friendly of course, and within a shout of the coast path. Lots to do and see and plenty of paths to explore if you're staying in the area.
Just a walk here, and you'll find plenty of space for dogs to let off steam.
A warm local pub with great character, a large garden and a friendly atmosphere. And how about that doggie smile!
These Commons are a popular dog-walking place, and with 8 car parks giving access to different parts of the common you should find a good place for your dog.
Less than a mile from Junction 9 on the A1 and an oasis of calm for a dog walk.
Dining pub with very enjoyable food, and a relaxed atmosphere. Lovely walk for the dogs too.
Relaxing and dog-friendly traditional 17th century inn with a welcoming atmosphere. And a very easy-going dog walk on a track between fields, with no livestock to worry about.