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Situated between Gravesend and Cobham, North Kent, Jeskyns is 360 acres (147hectares) of greenspace that has been created by the Forestry Commission 2 minutes from A2/ 5 minutes from M2 J1
Simple and friendly Peak District pub with walkers and dogs getting a warm welcome.
This is a quiet and tranquil spot, popular with fishermen for the coarse fishing, and definitely worth exploring. More than a dog walk, this is a great day out for all the family.
Golders Hill Park is a kind of add-on its better known Hampstead Heath. It was created into a park after WW2 on the site of a large house and garden that had previously occupied the space.
Nice long flat beach, good water quality, but busy in summer.
Simply stunning views of Loch Awe - the longest of the Scottish lakes, and endless dog walking possibilities.
Circular strolls by the riverside making a useful stopping place on the A46 heading west from Newark.
One of the fun things about finding the walks for Driving with Dogs is the chance to discover places like the 17th century thatched pub here.
No stiles, no hills and no map needed for this dog walk on a reclaimed railway line, once part of the North Staffs branch line. It's a varied and scenic route, and lovely on a quiet day.
A calm and tranquil dog walking spot today, this hill between Markfield and Ibstock might once have been a Saxon 'barrow'.
Great place for dogs, kids - everybody!
Lovely quiet beach. Runs from the blue bridge in Rhyl all the way up to Colwyn Bay. A mixture of sand, pebbles and shingle.