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Cuerden Valley Park is hugely popular with dog walkers, and the bright-eyed, waggy tailed dogs Jem met made it clear that this is a piece of canine heaven.
This can be either a beach walk, or a trail through the adjacent nature reserve.
Nature reserve with 170 acres of grasslands, meadows, lakes, and woods. Dogs are allowed off lead however, certain parts of the nature reserve require dogs to be kept on a lead.
Long, clean beach, flat, dunes, perfect for dogs and owners. Dogs allowed off-lead. On the other side of the sand dunes is a lake and a path back to the car park.
There's a choice of two water walks in this sleepy village, both quiet and tranquil. There are a couple of small shops in the village for picnic supplies, and the Bell is dog-friendly in the bar.
Good walking in this historic park. Look out for the interesting colliery remains near the car park. Horses also use the park, so avoid the bridle paths if your dog is scared of large beasties!
Largest of the Royal Parks with over a thousand acres of land.
Tamar Bridge Roundabout
Sand and shingle, particularly fantastic doggie heaven beach.
A glorious dog walk along a towpath with the chance to watch narrowboats climbing the 21 closely placed locks of the 'Stairway to Heaven'. And a choice of dog-friendly places for refreshments.
This is a 50-60 minute circular walk that's ideal for blowing away the city cobwebs.
There's plenty to see on this dog walk in the wooded grounds of two ruined husks of former aristocratic glory. Both belonged to Bess of Hardwick, a very material girl indeed.
Try and arrive at this dog-walk with an appetite, the dog-friendly pub serves excellent food and the walk doesn't disappoint either.
The nearest large town is Bridgwater.