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A gentle woodland walk through a nature reserve. Birds were singing loud Spring songs when we were here and it's a pleasant short walk and change of scene.
One of the very best bits of Hadrian's Wall with plenty of the wall to see, and the equally imposing sight of the Whin Sill pushing out from deep in the earth to the light.
A really pretty Cumbrian village and it wins a lot of the 'best kept' 'best flowers' competitions. Until the railway came the market here was of real importance but now just the cobbles remain.
Pleasant tree-lined pull-in to visit two medieval moments in history with the dog.
A popular riverside car park for those in the know, and a pooch-pawfect walk up to the view.
Atmospheric and inspiring site for a picnic, and ideal for all the family and the dog.
Family and dog-friendly walk and pub in Epping Forest close to M11 Junction 5. If a pub doesn't appeal, we've found a free car park close by and you can find picnic supplies in the town.
If you're looking for a taste of rural Essex, a stop here for refreshments and a walk with the dog will transport you into a totally different mindset from the busy roads.
A handy spot for a stretch of the legs with the dog near Stansted if you're waiting for a flight to arrive and don't want to get to the airport too soon.
A dog-friendly country inn with plenty of parking and not so far from the Pennine Journey path.
A developing country park where dogs are welcome, and it's a great chance to explore the moorlands without getting too far away from facilities.
You'll find plenty for dogs as well as kids (of all ages) in this really likeable country park. It's a happy mix of sporty activities for people and a lot of different paths to explore with the pooch.