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This 3 mile walk starts in a village near Bakewell with a marvellously dog friendly hotel/pub. There's plenty of opportunity for doggie swimming, or just a paw-wash, and no step stiles.
Haywood Oaks and Blidworth Bottoms are a fave destination for lots of Notts doggies. There's plenty of romping space, and a friendly chatting space for post-walkies coffee and cake.
Large park with space for dogs to free run, including through the woods, has small stream suitable for drinking/paddling
East Carlton Park is a country park between Corby, Northants and Mkt Harboro' Leics. Plenty of free parking after 10am in this lovely old, walled park. Very safe execise for all dogs (and owners).
There's plenty of space here for a good long dog walk, either on the signed trails or just rambling around the 200 hectares of the park.
Well worth stopping here, not just to walk the dog, but also to enjoy the atmosphere and gothic ruins of this ruined abbey.
Great place for a picnic if you're organised enough.
Good sized city park, with lots of socializing opportunities for city dogs.
Junction 3 Bluebell Interchange
This is somewhat stylish parkland for a dog walk north of Maidstone, with a cafe, WCs and some hard-surfaced paths.
Junction 13 Ridgmont Interchange
A perfect place for dogs to let off steam in this walk across fields and woodland quite close to Milton Keynes and it seems that few people know this fantastic dog walking place exists.
This is a 4 mile circular walk I done for my blog, its also really good for geocachers.
A small country park within dog walking distance of Leek. It's a nice quiet space with views of the Peak District from the hilly end, and flat walking too.
Dogs allowed on this small and lovely sandy beach all year round.