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Between 1st May and 30th September dogs aren't allowed on the blue flag beaches but are allowed on these sections of beach: ...
Dog walking heaven in the forest, with 5 trails to choose from as well as plenty of space to strike out on your own.
If you're in Dover with some time to spare, then a visit to its imposing medieval castle is a great way to entertain all the family - and give the dog a bit of a walk as well.
National Trust property off the A50 and the A34. Free parking and fantastic free running for dogs and a stream running through the middle for a paddle and a drink.
Forest path with a great view of Loch Etive from the hill.
A quiet village beside Morecambe Bay and within sight of the hills of the Lake District, there's plenty to explore here.
An expansive parkland in Yeovil. There's so much to see and explore here, from valleys to woodlands to hills looking over the country towards Dorset.
A massive forest to explore, with footpaths running in every direction. Total doggy bliss!
A wonderful mixture of woods and heathland are to be found in this park, with a hill to climb for the more energetic.
Parkland, woodland and formal Edwardian gardens. Several defined walks around the estate such as the Captain Wood Walk, suitable for prams or the Boundary trail, with open views of the countryside.
Award winning linear park with woodland and open space that's ideal for dogs. Follow the marked trail for a nicely planned circular walk.
Tucked away in a rural pocket of Warwickshire that's hemmed in by the motorway network, this is a no stiles, no sheep space for dogs and walkers. It's usually very quiet here.