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A useful pull in for a quick forest walk if you're travelling on the A70. There aren't any facilities, but it's easy parking for caravans in an easy to spot lay-by.
Enormous country park, with lots to see and do as well as fantastic dog walking trails. It's looked after by the National Trust for Scotland - and there's a castle.
One of the last unspoilt beaches on this stretch of the South East coastline, ideal if you'd like a quiet walk. Gentle sloping shingle at high tide and lovely sand at low tide. Great fun for the dogs.
Large village pub, with an awesome selection of ales. The pub was taken over by a specialist craft brewery in 2019 and hopefully they've kept the spirit of the Poet alive. Reviews welcome!
This is a really atmospheric and beautifully shady space for a dog walk. Several of the oak trees are named, and have boards identifying them - such as the 'King' oak.
A generously sized country park, with wide open spaces and woodland coppice. Hard surface paths for wheelchair access.
Popular hill range in North East Scotland.
A tree filled 70 acre park at the beginning of the A1. Once inside the trees, there's almost no trace of the surrounding traffic and there are plenty of tweeting birds instead.
The heath was once a place where travellers needed their dogs for protection against ruthless highwaymen like Dick Turpin.
Busy Forestry recreation space, and great for a family outing. This is a long-stay visit, not a doggie-stop on your journey because the entry charge is over £10. The Pinetum is fantastic.
Southwold beach has summer restrictions for dogs, so head instead for the dog-friendly Denes - north of the main beach.
Home to the totally amazing Millennium Stone, hoisted by a thousand people with ropes and pulleys as part of the millennium celebrations.