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Walk along river though woodland in the Exmoor National park.
A large 90 acre Country Park that's largely woodland. It's part of Ruislip Woods National Nature Reserve.
A blast of fresh air from the site of the beacon, and a fab view over the Chilterns. Wrap up warm!
This is a really atmospheric and beautifully shady space for a dog walk. Several of the oak trees are named, and have boards identifying them - such as the 'King' oak.
Head here if you're looking for a multi-activity day or afternoon out - there's a massive choice of kids' stuff (from 8 to 80), and some lovely quiet dog trails as well.
Sandy heath land. Brilliant for off lead walks
If solitude and seclusion is what you and the dog need, then this woodland has it in abundance - on a busy Bank Holiday we didn't see or hear a soul.
A useful pull in for a quick forest walk if you're travelling on the A70. There aren't any facilities, but it's easy parking for caravans in an easy to spot lay-by.
Popular dog-friendly beach, and the only sand dunes in East Sussex. Summer-time restrictions for dogs.
Quintessential 17th century whitewashed country pub in the heart of pretty Fulmer Village. Recently refurbished with wood burning stove, fab food and lovely garden overlooking the church.
A hugely popular park near Tunbridge Wells, this former private garden was created by the renowned Victorian landscape gardener Robert Marnock.
A dog walk with fresh air at the seaside. This small village is a perfect place to head off along the coast and has easy access to beaches which are popular with local dog walkers.