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If you're staying in La Rochelle this is a locals dog walk to a park that aims to mix the best of English parkland design with the practicalities of the Atlantic climate and strong winds.
This is a great place to start exploring the Argyll Forest, and many of the waymarked trails begin here. The botanical gardens are delightful too.
Westwood Country Park is still something of a secret to all except dog-walkers and anglers. The dog will be delighted!
There are no facilities here, just a dog walk.
First class park boasting beaches, woodland glens and a lake, perfect romping space for dogs.
Dogs are welcome on Downderry beach all year round. The facilities are a short distance from the beach.
Dog-friendly pub, ideal for a walk to Fosse Meadows and then back for a Sunday roast.
Network of woodland and country walks with stunning views from top of disused quarry.
Slight tatty Victorian show-park that's keen on dinosaurs. The dog will love it, there's 200 acres of canine communication to scratch and sniff
Mostly flat walk alongside the Fleet lagoon from Weymouth to Abbotsbury. Several access points from roads along the way. Ferry bridge to Abbotsburry, 10.5 miles. Not good after wet spell.
National Trust owned beach with no restrictions on dogs all year round. The beach is on the coast road between Abbotsbury and Burton Bradstock (the B3157).
Free parking for NT members, otherwise P&D.
A country park since 1995, this former landfill site is now a dog walkers' delight.
A quiet friendly pub where dogs reign supreme as long as they are well behaved