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Two reminders of the once enormous Forest of Bere. Upperford Copse is doggie delight, with shaded woodland paths and endless opportunites for canine romping.
A 12th century thatched dog-friendly inn, with a lovely atmosphere and good food. Watch your head on the beams if you're a bit tall.
A lovely safe walk no way of getting to a road once on the walk, three dog bins on the walk it takes about 40minutes to do the walk depending on how long you stop at the dog beach or to talk with...
Perched on the Greensand Ridge, Stockgrove park is partly grassland and partly ancient woodland. It's a nice mix of the two. There's also a lake with some Mandarin ducks in full control.
With a beach and extensive woodland surrounding it, this can be canine heaven.
Outstanding beach for dogs - and children of all ages, 8 to 80!
Miles of glistening golden sands, with a dog restriction for the central section of the beach in summer.
The western half of this extraordinary 'island' is a country park - and a great spot for dogs to take in some sea breezes. There's a link road to parking on the island.
Witton Park is a large recreation park with plenty of amenities, and is fortunate to have the Weaver's Way footpath starting in the park as well.
Wonderful dog walking around Crompton Moor.
Fabulous walks with the dog here, and wonderful views over the South Downs. Looked after by the National Trust, so free parking for members. Very popular on sunny weekend afternoons.
A country park with some really well thought out trails, including a very fun Gruffalo Trail for kids. Well equipped for parking, facilities and snacks. Every dogs' delight for walkies.
A super park for dogs, with flat walking in 200 acres of woodland and wetland, and it's easy to get to from the city centre.