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Over a thousand acres of ancient woodland, with several car parks, cafe and limitless picnic spots.
One of the Canal and River Trust's set of walks along the towpath of the Pocklington Canal. Volunteers have done an amazing job of cleaning the canal up, and it's well worth a visit.
Wander through the idyllic Dumsey Meadow and this leads to a pathway alongside the river.
Garwnant has over 400 acres of pristine forest, hills and waterfalls to explore. The forest is beautiful, peaceful and tranquil.
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.
Great spot for a country walk right in the midst of the city. Lake, woodland trails and everything a dog might want.
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.
One visit to this massive water park will probably be the first of many as there's so much walking, and doing, and seeing to do.
Nicely refurbished village pub. Dog friendly in the bar area, and it's smart and comfortable. Good outdoor seating area as well. Worth making a detour for.
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.
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.
Beach accessed down steep pathway from parking on Wear Bay Road near Folkestone harbour. Its sandy at low tide and can be walked at high tide using the concrete walkway below the cliffs.