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This lovely water park close to the M20 Junction 4 has been created from flooded chalk mines, and now it's a great place for a dog walk and a 5-star home to lots of birds and insects.
This is part of the Wyre Forest, but with much more exciting trees than the serried pines of the main forest and lovely views over to Trimpley Reservoir.
Covering nearly 300 acres, Langold Country Park is a popular dog walking site for local residents, and has a good mix of manicured lawns, rougher dog romping space and a lake.
This is doggy dashing paradise on a section of the Pennine Way long distance footpath. Despite the lack of facilities for drivers, for active dogs this really is as good as it gets.
Was this the site of the battle, or not? Either way, it's a fine space for dogs to charge around in.
Dogs will love the mix of trees and open space here, and it's hard to imagine that the woodlands here now were once covered in the black dust of the Bentley Colliery.
Passenger and dog perfection here - with seemingly endless space for dogs and kids to go nuts.
Famous for its 20th century troglodyte cave dwellers, and a great place to walk the dog.
Fab walking over the headland, and also on the beaches. Dog friendly all year.
Thanks to Alison Cooke for this one
Gentle woodland full of glorious sniffs for dogs to savour. And a choice of easy paths to follow.
Marvellous country park, with green meadows and woodland, plus a lake and overlooked by the Pennines. It's been ooh-ed and aah-ed over since Victorian times; quite right too.
The park has been created out of the grounds of the derelict Elmdon Hall, and there are views over the Midlands from the high ground.