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Dog heaven for walkies here in the forest. And it's ideal for a long day out walk if you're staying near Scarborough and the dog just needs some green space.
Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round. It's a large, quiet sandy beach with red and white chalk cliffs.
Visit the village where Thomas Crapper (populiser of the flush WC) was born, and enjoy a dog walk along the banks of the Don. It's very atmospheric and interesting.
Dog friendly beach that's perfect for endless doggie fun (when the tide's out). No restrictions, and lots of space for quality off-lead exercise. Horse riders also use the beach.
A Forestry Commission walk that isn't just serried ranks of pine trees! This one is in an arboretum with over 200 different kinds of trees, and masses of rhodedendron too.
A dead straight dog walking avenue, and not a lot else. It's a great place for all dogs, and easy for unsociable dogs to manage as they probably won't get much company.
Tarbert is likely to be your first stop on the Kintyre Peninsula if you cross by ferry, and a walk to the castle brooding over the harbour is an obvious and lovely way to get a feel for the place.
Great place for dogs, kids - everybody!
Woodland walk on Forestry Commission land.
Beautiful hard sand, ideal for dog games in winter. Long and sandy dog-friendly beach. Dogs welcome from October to May 1st. Restrictions in Summer.
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!
Easy walk along canal towpath detour on return via Roman wall and fort