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A fine place to stop where all the family will be happy and find something to do.
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 pawfect dog walk beside the banks of the River Wear. Free parking and sunshine makes this a lovely summer walk. The path could get muddy in wet weather, so wellies advised for rainy days.
An easy-access dog walk on a former rail line where ponies would have helped to pull heavy loads up the hill.
Good dog walk within easy reach of the A19. It's well worth bringing a snack and spending some quality time with the dog - but pick a sunny day.
A welcome spot for a doggie comfort break, with swimming and off-lead sniffing along woodland paths. On the hot day we were there the river was awash with dogs, children and loads of happy shrieking.
A very atmospheric and dog-friendly beach. It feels like you're in an amphitheatre.
A relaxing linear walk on a former rail line is always good for dogs. No sheep, stiles or anything to cause problems. Here, naughty dogs will find the mudbath long before you spot it!
Really interesting slice of local heritage, as well as a very decent dog walk with surfaced paths and useful info boards.
A developing country park where dogs are welcome, and it's a great chance to explore the moorlands without getting too far away from facilities.
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.
A great place for a dog walk on this beach that's part of the Heritage Coastline. It's a popular place to look for sea-glass too.