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There are well signed paths leading out from both the car parks here, and plenty of space for dogs to stretch their legs and enjoy some excellent romping space.
A useful park to know about if you're staying in the area, and a good place to start the Barnoldswick heritage trail.
Informal country park with footpaths and its very own atomicon!
A real local's pub in the Ribble Valley. Full of rural charm in a quiet village. Sadly dogs are not allowed inside, but this is more than made up for by a splendid walk.
Fully accessible cafe and small park in the centre of a small village with strong links to the Pendle witches. Longer dog walks are also possible, and there are two dog-friendly pubs as well.
An easy place to find from the main road, and after the dog has explored the park area you can walk into the town from here to see the Castle.
A choice of car parks, some free the others P&D and a number of trails from wherever you stop. It's a popular weekend outing but there's plenty of space and enough walking to keep everyone happy.
A popular country park formed around the river Wyre and its estuary.
Turn right off Brock Mill Lane to find Brock Valley Picnic Site and a free car park. A notice board has details of all the walks available.
A dog-friendly village inn to take a break from a long drive, or to stay for a weekend. A dog walk from the door gives you a glimpse at life in this outstandingly pretty village.
Picture perfect village that looks as if it belongs in the Cotswolds! Tea room in summer and a lovely walk over lush grassy fields.
A perfect walk for sociable dogs, with soft lush grass, doggie beaches by the river and swimming. Always check the river levels before letting your dog in the water.