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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.
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.
Was this the site of the battle, or not? Either way, it's a fine space for dogs to charge around in.
3 miles of sandy shore.
Laxton is reputed to be the only village left in England that still maintains the 'rotating' medieval field system.
An easy-going walk with the dog through an outstanding 18th century park. This is treating the dog to high-end garden design on a grand scale.
There are well signed paths leading out from both the car parks here, and plenty of space for dogs to stretch their legs and enjoy some excellent romping space.
A 300 acre combination of woodland and steep grassy hill on the Eastern fringes of Oxford.
Passenger and dog perfection here - with seemingly endless space for dogs and kids to go nuts.
Rambling 17th century inn where dogs and walkers get a good welcome.
Part of the Greenfield Community forest project, Dob Park is a popular and well-used community park.
Tranquil walking spot right on the edge of the red sandstone ridge that characterises the soil and bricks of this top part of Worcestershire.