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Based around an Edwardian reservoir, this country park makes a perfect journey break. There's a mixture of meadows and woodland to wander around as well as a circular reservoir walk.
A nineteenth century cotton will may not seem to be the obvious place to walk the dog, but amongst these not-so satanic mills of industrial Manchester there's plenty of green too.
An enormous Forestry Commission run forest park, with plenty for dogs, kids and walkers to enjoy.
This walk is an idyllic linear stroll through one of the most scenic of the White Peak dales, with dog-friendly pubs at either end of the walk! It's 4 miles each way, 8 in total which is a bit longer...
There are three signed trails for dogs to enjoy, all well signed from the visitor centre and easy to reach from the car park.
This is a great place to give the dog a walk if you're heading into London, where open space with free parking gets harder to find.
The beach is linked with a nature reserve. It is beautiful, perfect for dogs as it has a lot of coastline available. So your dogs can play in the dunes or down at the water.
There are a number of trails in this nature reserve west of Congleton, including an easy access trail.
Miles of sandy beaches at low tide, seems to be a haven for local dog walkers as everyone seemed to have at least one.
Long sandy dog-friendly beach with narrow bays.
A 2.5 mile circular dog walk with no stiles, and no sheep. The first section of this walk along the canal towpath is buggy and wheelchair accessible.
A well-planned system of criss-crossing paths make the most of the 110 acres of land in this park, and it’s a delightful place to visit with lots of variety and points of interest.