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Popular recreation facility and it gets very busy here at weekends. During the week is a much more relaxing time to enjoy the space. Less than 3 miles from the A3 Burpham roundabout.
This is a total one-off and a fine discovery for us. What you find here is a family forestry business, with a cafe and walks. Wood is all around you in every form, and it smells amazing.
Dogs have a heavenly time in the absolutely enormous forest here. It's quite close to the A26 and makes a perfect place to stop for a relaxing walk with the dog.
Stress-busting woodland walkies that will calm the mind and tire out your dog. A great place to stop off for some quality canine time.
A very easy but enjoyable walk in the grounds of a Georgian manor house. Plenty of places for dogs to have a good sniff and people to admire the glory of the North Downs.
A great walk across the top of the South Downs, starting from a hilltop car park with some of the best views you could hope for. This is an amazing place for dogs to run and play.
A walk with glorious views along the top of the South Downs. It is a dog's delight and a great spot to break your journey.
Fully accessible 14km leisure walk over the bed of a former railway line. So it's pretty flat too. The parking here is more or less in the middle of the route. Handy for the A22.
This very attractive village deserves a fine pub and here's a splendid place for a spot of lunch.
A pub with real historic pedigree. It was used by Generals Montgomery and Eisenhower during the build up to D-Day in 1944. Now it welcomes dogs instead.
Close to the M3, this is a splendid old pub where dogs are warmly welcomed. The walk is fairly short but there is enough going on for dogs to enjoy.
New Forest village with shops, tea shop, ice-cream, a number of large car parks. The dog-friendly pub is in the middle of the forest and looks at first glance a bit like a typical London boozer.