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Loosely part of Sherwood Forest, the walk here starts in one of Nottinghamshire's more upmarket villages.
The Tissington Trail runs for 13 miles between Ashbourne and Parsley Hay, and was once a railway line. Now it's popular with dog walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
Set in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, this park is centred around a large lake and has plenty of grassland and woodland to wander around.
Simply stunning views of Loch Awe - the longest of the Scottish lakes, and endless dog walking possibilities.
Situated between Gravesend and Cobham, North Kent, Jeskyns is 360 acres (147 hectares) of greenspace that has been created by the Forestry Commission 2 minutes from A2/ 5 minutes from M2 J1
Dogs' delight of a forestry wood in the middle of nowhere. Once the dog is happy, there's a super dog-friendly pub in the next village!
Very popular small pebble and sand beach, with 2 pubs and a couple of cafes almost on the beach. Dogs are allowed on the right hand side of the beach all year round.
Among the many dog walk options in this former ducal parkland is a well signed River Trail which starts at the main Hall. This is wheelchair and buggy friendly, and runs through woodlands.
A small dog-friendly beach overlooked by the brooding ruins of Manorbier Castle.
A 200 acre Country Park with clear walking routes, and with the added bonus of a chance to see a working 17th century water mill and buy flour milled on the spot.
This locals' pub has bags of character, and is clearly the social centre of the village. 'Authentic' some would say!
There's 900 acres of parkland at Shugborough, in the grounds of a working estate and farm which includes a full complement of costumed servants and toffs doing things the hard way between March and...