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A definite family and dog pleaser of a park, and a good place to let both children and dogs stretch their legs before visiting the Victorian town of Buxton.
Fabulous walks with the dog here, and wonderful views over the South Downs. Looked after by the National Trust, so free parking for members. Very popular on sunny weekend afternoons.
Large (at low tide) uncrowded beach that's particularly popular with dog owners. No restrictions on canine access.
Check the tide tables before you go, and be very careful where you park.
A riverside walk, with a chance to look at what must be the shortest canal in the world! It's just one mile long, and has recently been cleaned up and restored.
Dogs allowed on most parts of the beach all year round.
Plenty of facilities within easy reach.
Interesting beach - all along the beach are the concrete pillboxes used during the war. The beach stretches from Findhorn right through to Burghead.
Wash Water Junction
A gorgeous Grade II listed dog-friendly Inn just off the A34 and a short drive south off the M4 towards Newbury, south of the town itself.
This park is absolutely vast, with over 1500 acres of woodland and parkland, and a working farm. And what dog could resist the opportunity to leave his mark against a tree planted by Capability Brown?
Lovely shady walk alongside a series of waterfalls and deep cool pools.
There are several paths and trails for dog walks in the 280 acres of this popular and well organised park. Within easy reach of the M2 Junction 4.
We saw on the map that Bungay had a castle.
A good wide stretch of beach suitable for under control dogs. It is a flagged beach so dog owners should always clean up after their dogs in all areas of the beach & car park (Bins supplied).