Your four-legged friend will love a good forest frolic as well since connecting with nature calms and relaxes him. The United Kingdom is blessed with a wealth of green, woodland areas to explore, from sprawling ancient forests dotted with up to 100-year-old trees to small copses that offer escapism and removal from city noises and […]
Your four-legged friend will love a good forest frolic as well since connecting with nature calms and relaxes him. The United Kingdom is blessed with a wealth of green, woodland areas to explore, from sprawling ancient forests dotted with up to 100-year-old trees to small copses that offer escapism and removal from city noises and urban humdrum! Below you will find a selection of woods and forests around the country.
There is a 100-acre mixed woodland area near Norfolk's north coast. An ideal spot for dog walking on a warm summer's day is shaded by Scots pine and broadleaf trees. During the winter, the woodlands are carpeted with snowdrops, and in the summer they are adorned by orchids.
See if you can spot any of nature's shyer creatures, like goldcrests, woodpeckers and even deer, as your dog dashes about.
Several short trails are available at the Green Flag Award-winning park, including a < 1 mile Children's Trail and a 2 -mile Feature Trail. Holt Park offers events all year round for you and your family. With a gorgeous setting and a fantastic array of specials, Hetty's Tea Room is a pleasant place to unwind after a walk. When you're looking for dog-friendly woods in Norfolk to visit during your stay, Holt Country Park is the wise choice.
Stay at Holly Bush next to the Park
Tehidy Woods, West Cornwall's largest woodland, covers over 250 acres, making it the ideal location for you and your pet. There are over 9 miles of paths and trails in this country park, as well as a lake and picnic area, which make it the perfect place for you and your dog to relax.
Wandering around this fantastic forest is the perfect getaway for you and your pet with its array of woodland wonders. All year long, dogs are welcome at Tehidy, but dog walkers must follow specific routes to protect wildlife! For a wonderful walk in this woodland wonderland, all you need is a picnic hamper, leash, and your best friend(s)
There are 5 main access points including North Cliff car park, and South Drive car park.
The park was once part of the Tehidy estate, just outside Camborne. In the region's tin mines, the Basset family made much of their money, making this one of Cornwall's richest families. A century ago, a fire destroyed the estate's manor house, replacing it with a much smaller structure. The Basset family has been linked to Tehidy since the 11th century. You can still see evidence of the Bassets in the prominent 90 foot monument built in memory of Sir Francis Basset in 1836 on top of Carn Brea.
The Visitor Centre and Cafe is located at South Drive serving light snacks and drinks.
Open Wednesday to Sunday
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