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A small park with a creek running along the edge of it. There is a rough field which is great for chase and fetch and then a nice clear creek to cool off in afterwards.
Lovely dog friendly pub next to river, serves yummy food and makes you feel very welcome
An amazing piece of ancient forest that has somehow survived centuries of tree felling, housing development and road building. Popular with local dog walkers, but far from over-crowded.
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.
Completely dog-friendly pebble beach, with particular appeal to surfers and dog owners. It's a great place for fossil hunting too.
Walk the dog through the leafy splendour of an ancient coppice, it's a short walk with some appealing sniffing for the dogs and easy paths to follow.
This is the first section of the 18 mile Newry Canal Way which runs from Portadown to Newry. The canal is no longer in use, and the towpath is now a leisure route.
A lovely, popular attraction in the heart of North Lincolnshire. The grounds of this stately house are open all year round from 0900 until dusk.
A small woodland (Woodland Trust) with circular walks, joining onto Jeskyns Country Park (Forestry Commission) on one side.
A small dog-friendly beach overlooked by the brooding ruins of Manorbier Castle.
Off A38 at Branston 1 miles south of Burton upon Trent. Approx 2 miles flat tarmac surface around a lovely lake full of different types of wild fowl.
Mile long sandy and dog-friendly beach set behind houses on breakwater at Marina.