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Famous for its animal centre, 'Bunny' park is a popular local park.
This is a glorious place to visit, with 280 acres of space including meadows, woodland and sea cliffs.
Stroll with the dog over the Northumberland hills and see an exceptional ruined castle buttressing out to sea. Good bracing air is guaranteed on this hilltop walk.
Absolutely gorgeous place for a sunny day stroll along the River Avon. It's the perfect stress-buster if you've been sitting in the car for too long.
Dogs allowed all year round. This is a fascinating beach, where you can see traces of a prehistoric forest at low tide.
I love this coastal village. Dogs are welcome in the pub, kippers from the smoke house are just wonderful, and dogs are allowed on the beach.
Sandy heath land. Brilliant for off lead walks
Dog friendly shingle beach, when the tide is out rockpools and sand is exposed which is great for walking the dogs.
Varied dog walks around fields and woods, close to the Vyne House (National Trust). Water, trees and fields - walks range from 1-4 miles.
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.
There’s 360 acres of parkland to explore here, and a marked trail through the woodland that goes past some of the historical natural and manmade features of the park.
Loosely part of Sherwood Forest, the walk here starts in one of Nottinghamshire's more upmarket villages.