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Pleasant dog walk place if you live locally, otherwise there's an unhelpful lack of facilities.
A dead straight dog walking avenue, and not a lot else. It's a great place for all dogs, and easy for unsociable dogs to manage as they probably won't get much company.
When you see these 'road closed' signs, it's mainly due to erosion of the cliffs - so take them seriously! The beach here is dog-friendly and there's also a big green area of scampering space between...
Small picturesque and dog-friendly beach with a reconstructed 'jellybaby' house at one end.
Relaxed and friendly pub where you and the dog will be made welcome straight away. This is a family-run inn, with meals at realistic prices and a refreshingly straightforward approach.
National Trust managed open space, with several marked trails for the purposeful walker. It's a fabulous environment for a blast of fresh air. Note that the NT has dog rules in place.
Gently shelving shingle and sandy beach with rock pools allowing easy, safe access for dogs that enjoy swimming but are unable to scramble or jump in and out of the water.
This is a relatively new woodland and lake, and whilst the trees are not yet fully grown, there's plenty of them, and they're pretty tall.
Lovely space to let the dog go mad for a bit.
The north-east tip of the island is great for dogs, with long sand/shingle beaches and a coastal path that runs over the firm sand.
A stunning walk along the banks of the river Fowey as well as in woodland. Good for walking dogs and children, although not suitable for a pram.
When the South Circular gets hissy, this is a useful escape route. By the time you and the dog have enjoyed a walk, the road will be on the move again.