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Southwold beach has summer restrictions for dogs, so head instead for te dog-friendly Southwold Denes - north of the main beach.
This is a very tranquil place where dogs can enjoy a walk around the lakes, meadows and woods in the grounds of a former palace. There's also a walled garden to admire.
The biggest park in the area, and full of extraordinary bits of London heritage - like a seat made out of some of the stones of the old London Bridge when it was demolished inthe early 1800s.
Country park with visitor centre, deer park and forest walks
Bridle paths and long forest walks are possible in the hundred acres of woodland here. Small routes through the park and forest have disabled/pushchair access.
Forestry Commission forest with its very own UFO trail, created to celebrate UFO sightings in the 1980s. Plenty of other paths also available and this is a fabulous dog walking space.
Popular dog walking park, and near the A12 if you want to give Fido a quick break before heading into London. There's a lot of sporty stuff going on here, but still space for a good dog walk.
Dogs will love the mixture of woodland, river and grassy spaces here for a really good romp. It's close to Junction 12 of the A12 and is pawfect for a doggiestop.
One of the largest areas of common land in Greater London and a popular dog walking place.
A peaceful nature reserve where you can relax and enjoy the sounds of birdsong and chirruping insects. It's very handy for a doggie comfort break.
A lovely expanse of heathland which is great for dogs.
Country inn with a friendly welcome and a marvellous dog walk from the door.