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A much-loved nature reserve where volunteers and supporters create a joyful and positive space to enjoy nature. Dogs on leads are welcome, and the little cafe is a hive of happy chat and enthusiasm.
Not the place for a quick pitstop with the dog, but ideal for a longer visit. This is an activity forest, so the parking charges are more than you might expect.
If you're driving on the A68 this is a good place for a big dog walk, although there aren't any facilities so you'll need to come prepared with picnics.
A truly wonderful watery walk with the dog and even in high summer visitors are few. We loved it here and the pup was so excited to play in the water for nearly all the walk.
Relaxed family park with loads of space for dogs and kids to let off steam. You can either take your own picnic or grab a coffee from the cafe.
Come here on a clear day to make the most of the totally stunning views over the fells. If you're looking for a feeling of space and nature, this will be perfect.
An easy-access dog walk on a former rail line where ponies would have helped to pull heavy loads up the hill.
Hailed as one of the prettiest villages in the North, the dog-friendly hotel here has pride of place.
A country park with a variety of walks starting from the car park. One is an easy walk on flat terrain and suitable for the less mobile.
Terrific car park with a view of the castle, swimming for hot dogs, and an easy walk into the town. Ideal for a stop on your journey and a lovely place to visit.
Not so long ago there was a thriving village where the car park is today. Now it's an accessible walk and cycle route that's popular with local dog walkers.
A chance to experience a short dog walk on the Southern Upland Way. On the way to the car park you'll pass through a residential estate and every instinct will be telling you it's the wrong way.