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Wheata Woods is very old woodland, and you can really feel that the trees have seen plenty of history.
15th century inn on Dartmoor, friendly, great food and dogs are allowed in bar and restaurant. Garden and lovely walks nearby.
A quiet woodland spot - with paths for dogs to dash around amongst the conifers.
A small woodland (Woodland Trust) with circular walks, joining onto Jeskyns Country Park (Forestry Commission) on one side.
A Dog friendly walk..both on or off lead. It follows the old railway and Canal. There are various routes around and through the reserve.
Beach and coastal path walk to Bembridge Ledge and back. The path is signed and easy to follow (just keep the sea to your left!)
Very active park and woodland gardens, ideal for family visits even though the rules demand that dogs are on-lead, even in the woods.
Various walks on banks of River Clyde, Golf Course and Parkland.
Dogs are allowed on the beach at low tide. At high tide the beach is entirely covered.
Towneley Hall and park are one of Burnley's greatest assets. The Hall, which is open to the public, sits in extensive parkland with woods, riverbanks, a playground and playing fields.
No stiles, no hills and no map needed for this dog walk on a reclaimed railway line, once part of the North Staffs branch line. It's a varied and scenic route, and lovely on a quiet day.
An easy stroll around Malham Tarn - ideal for a laid back start to the day. Worth taking an extra layer as it can get nippy even on bright days.