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Dogs are only allowed on the Botany Bay beach before 1000 and after 1800 between May 1st and Sept 30th. Welcome at all times throughout the rest of the year.
Small, beautiful location in the Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
There are numerous entrances to this amazing Forest so worth visiting the main Ashdown Forest website for alternatives.
Dog friendly beach with no restrictions. Hightown is between Formby and Crosby, and you can get there by train (Hightown Station) or by car from the A565.
Sandy dog-friendly beach within easy reach of shops, cafes and facilities. There are seasonal dog restrictions, but the area by Naze Tower is good all year round.
North of Norwich, this is the city's largest open space and popular with dog-walkers. You'll find over 180 acres of heath and woodland to explore here.
Almost-hidden dog walking spot just off the Coventry by-pass and behind Brandon Wood.
Once part of the much larger Biddulph Grange Estate, there's now 73 acres of prime dog walking with woodland, a lake and big open spaces.
Popular dog-friendly beach, and the only sand dunes in East Sussex. Summer-time restrictions for dogs.
A hugely popular park near Tunbridge Wells, this former private garden was created by the renowned Victorian landscape gardener Robert Marnock.
Lovely walk through dense woodlands. Often lots of wildlife. The wood connects Alton, Fourmarks and Medstead and you can have anything from a short stroll to a good 2-3 hour walk.
The Capital Ring footpath goes through this 100 hectare country park. It's not over-manicured and is popular with dog owners.