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Junction 24 Crecy
A walk through one of the largest forests in France is a tonic for any dog and there's miles of pathways to explore in this historic location.
Junction 13 Brionne (as above)
Perfect place for a family dog walk, with easy paths and a good mix of lakeside and grass.
Pawfect picnic spot with a choice of secluded picnic tables, benches and a wonderful dog walk and splash in the river.
A chance to walk in the footsteps of the reivers and farmers of yesterday, and get a feel for the tough life they experienced.
Two options for dog walks here, and it's a really quiet and peaceful space. You're highly unlikely to see anyone else.
A riverside walk is always cooling and calming, and this has a huge car park you can't miss from the road. Expect to meet the local dog walking community, it's a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
If you're looking for an iconic view of the North Yorks moors and an easy to follow dog walk, this is it. Be sure to come only on a clear day to get the best of the panorama.
The only market town in the North Yorkshire national park, and you'll find a number of dog-friendly places for refreshments as well as several excellent walks and a castle.
An enchanting woodland nature reserve with magical grottos and perfect leafy cool. Nowhere better for hot dogs and children on a hot summer day.
One of the more intimate homes of the gentry, now open to all and with pretty gardens to roam around and deck-chairs for an afternoon snooze.
If you're driving north from Harrogate don't miss out on the chance to look at this absolutely unique village.
Why not take a break for some fresh air and a walk through one of the iconic battle sites of English history? This is 1066 when King Harold took on Harald Hardrada and won here, but then had to dash...