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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.
A country park on the fringe of the New Forest. It's great for dogs and has got beaches, cliffs, D-Day remains, great views of the Isle of Wight and meadows of wild flowers.
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.
This dog walk near the M20 Junction 13 is a good one for dogs and people.
This is a fabulous doggie beach with a lovely cafe and a relaxed and friendly feel to it.
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.
A gloriously sheep and stile-free walk in an ancient forest that's now part of the Pembrokeshire national park.
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.
Popular dog-friendly village pub that's just about always open from breakfast time on.
Easy to reach from either Junction 18 or 19 of the M5, this is a piece of canine heaven, through Forestry Commission woods with clear paths and easy to follow signed routes.
This is a tremendous place to stop so allow plenty of time for dogs, kids and everyone to celebrate the big spaces and heritage here. Just wonderful.
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.