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A country park that's very handy for the A10 if you need a doggie pitstop on your way into, or out of, London.
A real hidden gem just outside the national park and there's plenty to do here and no crowds.
Outstanding lakeside gardens with access to watersports on Windermere and a National Trust cafe and car park. On a sunny day what could be better than a cream tea in this tranquil setting?
A really popular dog walking and paddling spot where the beach is made of tough grass. Loads of doggie fun!
National Trust managed estate woodlands with extensive walk routes of differing lengths. Be aware there are dog restrictions near the cafe and where birds may be nesting.
Several times on the way to the car park I doubted whether this was a wild-goose chase. But no - the car park is real, the paths are excellent and the dog was delighted.
A country park with paths near water, over grass and with objects from the industrial legacy of the area.
A fabulous chance to get a massive view over the surrounding countryside and enjoy an off-lead walk with the dog.
Quiet woodland that's perfect for a dog walk.
We really enjoyed the walk here and especially the sound of the waves rippling across the surface of the reservoir.
A popular dog-friendly cafe and walks, and it's easy to find from the A56.
A quiet backwater by the canal where dogs can run free on the towpath. The dog-friendly pub is currently open only at weekends.