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Good walking in this historic park. Look out for the interesting colliery remains near the car park. Horses also use the park, so avoid the bridle paths if your dog is scared of large beasties!
A useful walking space in the city, with activities for families and dogwalkers. The woodland, with oaks, walnut and sweet chestnut trees is lovely. Some areas are off-limits to dogs.
Part of a larger historic park, this quieter section can be reached either by footbridge or there's limited on-street parking in the residential streets nearby.
Large park with space for dogs to free run, including through the woods, has small stream suitable for drinking/paddling
The site offers a network of surfaced woodland trails and there are also fantastic off road links to the Teversal Trail Network, and on into Derbyshire and the Five Pits Trail.
A gentle stroll along the Southwell Trail, with a chance to spot otters and voles along the way.
Woodland and lakeside dog walks in a popular park in Nottinghamshire's 'Dukeries' area.
The brightly painted headstocks near the entrance show that this recently created nature park was once a coal mining site.
Conservation area with fields and footpaths, popular with local dog owners.
A useful open space that's great for dog walks, ball games and frizbees. Close to the A60 and easy to find.
There's a choice of starting upstream or downstream for this stress-busting walk alongside the River Trent. Easy to get to from the A453
Great summer dog walk, with the chance to sup a cool beer afterwards and watch some village cricket.