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If your legs are in need of a good uphill stretch, this is the walk for you. The views from the top on a clear day make it all worthwhile, especially over the Lynn of Lorn to Mull.
530 acres of attractive woodland, grassland and heathland with a lake in the middle.
Dogs are allowed on the beach at low tide. At high tide the beach is entirely covered.
Easy to follow circular path around the Reservoir. Dogs adore this mix of woodland, tracks and good sniffs. On a warm day, it's worth taking a map and sandwiches and making a day of it here.
This walk has a bit of everything
A woodland with several walks - some harder paths, some more rugged paths through the woodlands where more clambering is required.
Friendly pub and quite handy for refreshments after a bracing stroll at Burton Dassett. Many locals would probably call their pub the heart of the village.
One of the better southbound motorway services for dogs, with a reasonable amount of grass and also a small lake. A useful stop for caravans needing easy parking.
This is a fabulous place to explore. The park is set in a glacial valley and is a glorious area of woodlands, lakes and pastureland, and the countryside is gorgeous.
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.
Park dog walk over reclaimed industrial land. It makes a good doggiestop near Stoke and there's more to the park than you might expect.
Gorgeous beach that's famous for its big round pebbles, and World Heritage status.