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As well as being a worthy walk in its own right, the forest is also ideal for giving not quite sea dogs a good paw-stretch before getting on the ferry to Lochaline.
Lying close to the flanks of Burgess Hill, this former commonland has grassland, woodland and a lake. It's a beautiful place to be, especially in Spring when the bluebells are in bloom.
A generously sized country park, with wide open spaces and woodland coppice. Hard surface paths for wheelchair access.
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.
A deeply satisfying trail through woodland that was once managed to supply charcoal for the nearby Bonawe Iron Furnace.
Very useful stop-off point if you're heading south from Edinburgh - the Common is great for dogs (and drivers) and there are shops in Wooler to grab picnic supplies on your short detour to the Common.
A former sand quarry which has now been transformed into a lake and country park. It's really popular with local dog walkers.
Flat grasslands walk popular with local dog owners
Beautiful beach, river walk and also cycle path nearby.
Friendly family run motel with bar, restaurant and lots of watersports activities. Well placed en route to Stranraer ferries.
Historic Yorkshire town with lots to see. And a small, cosy pub where dogs and walkers are welcome.