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A popular country park with a number of marked trails and a cafe at the visitor centre. At weekends this can get hugely crowded and we'd suggest you choose somewhere else to stop.
Starting from a Forestry Commission car park, there is a choice of marked trails, some in forestry and some on craggy moorland with stupendous views.
You have the choice of two walks here, and both offer spectacular views of the Cheviots and Scotland, or across the top of Northumberland.
A riverside dog walk from an 18th century coaching inn with a doggie swimming spot and woodland.
Pleasant tree-lined pull-in to visit two medieval moments in history with the dog.
A mill complex now housing a cafe, dog-friendly shop and tourist information. Plus a grassy picnic area with tables and free parking.
This is a quieter and tranquil part of the forest and is designated as a nature reserve. Dogs are welcome but should not be chasing wildlife, especially the red squirrels.
A dog-friendly and welcoming rural pub where drovers used to halt, and the story goes that Sir Walter Scott penned Rob Roy here.
A bustling tourist centre, with a fine dog walk and some dog-friendly pubs. Be prepared for quite a long stop here if you have Harry Potter fans on board or gardening enthusiasts.
You'd never think that this was once the biggest colliery spoil heap in Europe. Today the only clue to the past is the headstocks by the car park.
Easy to find from the A1 near Belford, and if you're here at lunchtime a much better food option than the Services nearby.
Another doggy-tastic big sandy beach in Northumberland with no restrictions on dogs, and plenty of poo bins are in place.