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Part of a bird sanctuary called Barons Haugh. There is a Japanese garden and it also has the oldest living thing in Lanarkshire - the Covenanters Oak, which is 800 years old.
Fab walking over the headland, and also on the beaches. Dog friendly all year, under control as it's a nature reserve.
Safe and attractive country park for a dog walk. It's also right in the middle of a number of main roads, and a useful doggiestop for desperate pooches.
Even though this is very much an on-lead experience for dogs, the curators of this extraordinary Elizabethan Hall have made every possible arrangement for canine comfort. Marvellous tea room!
Bramblebush Bay has some nice grassy picnic areas, and free parking along the roadside. Finding a parking space can be exciting on hot weekend days.
A National Trust property but the car park has a fenced in dog walk section which is at the far end of the car park which gives a pleasent safe dog friendly break from the nearby M4.
Gravel beach with accessible footpath. Excellent for a fish and chips lunch while the dog enjoys a dip!
Hardwick Hall near Sedgefield. Now a country hotel and grounds but used to be a stately home. Fantastic paved walks, flat and easy. Lakeside and woodland walk, follies and sculptures.
Fantastic Beach for dogs to explore with sand dunes to run up and down, big plus of a stream running down to the sea for dogs who are not keen on the sea and is dog friendly all year round
5km each way walk along canal towpath and return by same route, passing Falkirk Wheel Boat Lift
A choice of fabulously rural dog walks here, with a cafe and roomy picnic spot at the start point. There's even a farm where kids are welcome to explore.
5km easy walk along section of canal towpath & return via same route. This walk is also convenient for junctions 6 and 7 of the M80.