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A country park on the fringe of the New Forest. It's great for dogs and has got beaches, cliffs, D-Day remains, great views of the Isle of Wight and meadows of wild flowers.
Big sandy beach and dogs allowed on the side away from the harbour.
The forest is clearly popular with local dogwalkers, and socially inquisitive dogs will have a fantastic time here crashing through the undergrowth in a very safe environment.
Acres of woodland, with a choice of four marked trails. Just the job for dogs who've got bored of sandy paws. On hot days these shaded paths are just what a dog needs.
Bit of an exciting break off the A39, and great if you need some space. It's quite a fairly remote sand and shingle beach with no dog restrictions all year.
There's plenty to explore in the glorious surrounding countryside, including the chalk downs.
A popular quaffing spot for thirsty thespians, the relaxed atmosphere of this riverside pub is a joy for dogs on a jaunt to Stratford on Avon.
Five star views from this handy stopping point for a dog walk on the A483.
This is a fabulous doggie beach with a lovely cafe and a relaxed and friendly feel to it.
As well as a great place for a dog walk, this is a brilliant outing for kids of all ages with an interest in rocks and fossils.
This park is a great place for walking. It is centred around a large lake with peat bogs and there are plenty of woods and heathland to explore.
Dogs with a taste for privilege past and present will enjoy a stroll around a medieval castle keep. It's an atmospheric site and great for visits with kids and dogs.