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Grafham Reservoir - Huntingdon – Dogs Welcome
Milton Country Park – Nr Cambridge – Dogs Welcome
The Orchard Tea Garden - Grantchester, Cambridge – Dogs allowed on leads
Chipenam Park Gardens – Ely – Dogs Welcome
Wandlebury Country Park – Nr Cambridge – Dogs must be kept on leads to protect the wildlife
Nene Valley Railway – Peterborough – Dogs allowed on leads


Dog friendly Devon
Arlington Court
Dogs are allowed on short leads in the gardens, grounds and Carriage Museum. Long leads required on wider estate at all times e.g. lambing.
Saltram House
Dogs welcome on leads on designated paths on the wider estate
South Devon Railway
Dogs are always welcome on the South Devon Railway and will enjoy their trip between Buckfastleigh and Totnes.

Dogs allowed all year round on the following beaches:
East Portlemouth; Mill Bay; Ness Cove, Shaldon; Salcombe North Sands; Slapton and Torcross; Soar Mill Cove; Strete Gate; Teignmouth River Beach; Thurlestone/South Milton; Watermouth Bay; Hele Bay; Mortehoe Beach (Rockham); Saunton Sands beach.
There are many great dog walks in Devon, here are just a few: Abbeyford, Okehampton; Decoy Country Park, Newton Abbot; Northam Burrows Country Park, Bideford.
Becky Falls – Dartmoor, Nr Bovey Tracey – Dogs allowed on short leads at all times
Milky Way Theme Park – Clovelly, Bideford – Well behaved, friendly dogs on leads welcome.  No dogs in bird of prey centre, play areas, shows or rides
Glenlyn Gorge – Lynmouth – Dogs welcome on leads
Lynton and Lynmouth cliff railway – Lynmouth -  Dogs welcome on leads
Keypitts outdoor adventure Centre – Illfracombe – Dogs Welcome on leads
Morwelham quay – Nr Tavistock – Dogs Welcome on leads
Canonteign Falls – Nr Exeter – Dogs Welcome on leads
Dartmouth Steam Railway & Riverboat Company – Dartmoth - Dogs welcome on a lead £1 Charge
Castle Hill Gardens – Barnstable - We welcome dogs in the gardens but please ensure that they are kept on leads at all times and that you pick up after them. You will find dog litter bins in the grounds.
Burrow Farm Gardens & Tea Rooms - Nr Axminster – Dogs on leads welcome
Docton Mill Gardens & Tea Rooms – Limebridge - Dogs allowed on short leads
The Donkey Sanctuary – Sidmouth - Dogs allowed on short leads
Babbacombe Model Village – Babbacombe - Dogs allowed, except for the cafe and 4D theatre, as long as they are kept on a short lead.
Bygones - Four attractions in one, Torquay - Dogs allowed, except for the cafe keep on a short lead.

Cornwall Attractions

Dog friendly Cornwall

St Mawes Castle
Dogs welcome on a lead.

Tintagel Castle
Dogs welcome on a lead.

Bodmin and Wenford Railway
Dogs carried free on all trains except dining trains.

Launceston Castle
Dogs welcome on a lead.

Dogs allowed all year round on the following beaches: Sandy Mouth; Northcott; Summerleaze; Widemouth Bay; Trebarwith Strand; Daymer Bay.
There are many great dog walks in Cornwall, here are just a few: Woodland walk at Trelissick (near Truro); Cardinham Woods (near Bodmin); Luxulyan Valley (just off the A390 St Blazey – Lostwithiel)

Eden Project is now dog friendly

Isle of Wight

The Needles - Alum Bay - Dogs are permitted onto all external areas of the park and onto the beach. They are not permitted in any internal building with the exception of hearing assistance and guide dogs. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.

Blackgang Chine, Nr Ventnor – Dogs are allowed as long as you keep them on a lead, and clear up after them. -

Robin Hill Adventure Park and Gardens, Newport, Isle of Wight – Dogs on Leads Welcome
Isle of Wight Steam Railway,  Havenstreet - Dogs must be kept on a short lead at all times


The Kent & East Sussex Railway
The Kent & East Sussex Railway is the country's finest example of a rural light railway. The line gently wends its way from Tenterden - "The Jewel of The Weald" for ten and a half miles, through the unspoilt countryside of the Rother Valley, to terminate in the shadow of the magnificent National Trust castle at Bodiam.
Dogs "Dogs are welcome to travel with their owners, they must be well behaved and kept on a lead and off the upholstery. Dogs are not permitted to travel during major special events.

Spirthill Trail , Calne, Wiltshire - Walking and cycling trail, open Saturday & Sunday (or weekdays by arrangement) – Dogs Welcome on Leads
Avebury Monument & Gardens & Silbury Hill,  Avebury, Wiltshire – English Heritage
Iford Manor Estate & Gardens, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire – Dogs allowed on short leads.
Lacockabbey Gardens, Nr Chippenham, Wiltshire -  Dogs allowed in the gardens only.
Swindon & Cricklade Railway, Wiltshire – Well behaved dogs under close control welcome.