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Dogs love this country park on the outskirts of Buxton. It's a handy place for local dog-walkers, as well as being a safe and easy walking option if you're staying in the area.
A lovely park, gifted to Londoners by Sir Sidney Waterlow as a 'garden for the gardenless'. Dogs are welcome here, but don't forget the poo bags!
Simple and friendly Peak District pub with walkers and dogs getting a warm welcome.
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.
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.
Country park with marked trails, and handily placed if you're heading north from the M4.
Typical surrey common with heath and woodland, gets very wet in winter, but there is a board walk. Pond to chase ducks or swim in (she's done both. Also bridleways so need to watch out for horses.
The focus here is on good value and filling food, and it's family and dog-friendly. The carvery has a loyal local following and it's easy to see why.
Traditional 17th century inn, with some good and tasty rustic menu choices. Dip your toes in the stream in summer or snuggle up to the woodburner in winter. What smells nicer than a steaming dog?!
There's 250 acres of dog walking in a country park that's still finding its feet. The charm lies in the bits and pieces of history still visible in the park - although they are not over-obvious.
High quality dog-walking just minutes from the M2 Junction 1. There's over 170 acres of ancient woodland and heath, water meadows and lakes for dogs to enjoy.
A woodland with several walks - some harder paths, some more rugged paths through the woodlands where more clambering is required.