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69 glorious acres with links to local footpaths, bridleways and the South Bucks Long Distance Route, as well as being surrounded by the Grand Union Canal and the rivers Colne and Misbourne.
Bit of an exciting break off the A39, and great if you need some space. It's quite a fairly remote sand and shingle beach with no dog restrictions all year.
Delightful dog walk in a secluded nature reserve with a paw-friendly mix of grass and cinder paths.
This dog walk near the M20 Junction 13 is a good one for dogs and people.
Dog walk in a really interesting country park, formed out of the remains of a colliery. The ponds in the park came about from subsidence, not design. It's a gritty sort of park, but worth a visit.
This beach is busy with dogs in the winter as they are allowed on all parts of it - in the summer they are restricted to the far end but that's fine too.
Easy linear walk that's doggie-pawfect. Dogs are welcome in the pub garden here, and dog water bowls are provided.
Starting from the car park are trails of varying lengths either through woodland or by a lake. The paths are surfaced, so these are dog-walks for all weathers and shoes.
In the winter months especially this is a fine place for a dog walk, and there's plenty of scamper space for dogs to be off-lead in fields with no livestock.
This is a fantastic environment for dogs, as well as families. There is plenty of space for everyone, and an ideal stopping point before heading into one of the big cities.
A dog walk to get a tired driver's oxygen going, and great views from the top.
Close to both the A303 and the A34 we stumbled on this doggiestop while trying to find a dogwalk at the Sutton Scotney services on the A34.