Dog walking in the Midlands

We know your four legged friends are part of the family, so why not bring them along on your family day out? We love seeing them enjoying outdoor places across the Midlands. The houses and some gardens in our care are only for humans, however we look after acres and acres of space where well behaved dogs are very welcome, and we'll even supply your dogs with a well deserved drink. Assistance dogs are more widely admitted, so please check with individual places for more details.

Bringing your dog

This article was created before the coronavirus crisis, and may not reflect the current situation. Some places may temporarily have different restrictions for dogs in place to maintain social distancing. Please make sure you check web pages for individual places before you travel for booking details and the most up to date information about visiting

Central Bark - Dog-Friendly Cafe at Clumber Park

Walking your dog at Clumber Park 

Dogs are welcome in all outdoor areas of the park and we even have a dedicated indoor space for your four legged friends to relax and take the weight of their paws after a long walk.

Dogs visiting Gunby

Dogs are welcome at Gunby 

Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome throughout the Gunby gardens and grounds. Dogs can also relax with you on the courtyard while you enjoy a cuppa and a treat.

A greyhound looking across Belton park, Lincolnshire

Dog walking at Belton 

With 1300 acres to explore, come and join us for a wander with your four-legged friend.

A dog on a lead in the grounds at Attingham Park

Visit Attingham with your dog 

We welcome dogs at Attingham Park and there are acres upon acres for you to enjoy with your canine companion.

A dog looking at their owners food

Dogs at Berrington 

We'd love to see you and your dog here at Berrington. Come and explore the 250 acres of 'Capability' Brown parkland, follow our paths through the woods or visit the 14 acre lake.

Walking at Shugborough

Dogs at Shugborough

What better way to explore our 900 acres of Parkland than with your four-legged friend by your side?

Dog walking at Calke Abbey in Derbyshire

Visiting Calke Abbey with your dog

Find out all about bringing your canine companion for a day out at Calke Abbey.

Croome dog walking in winter

Dogs at Croome 

Croome is the perfect place for a walk whatever the season. With dog friendly maps, downloadable walks, water bowls, waste bags, and waste bins we hope you enjoy your walkies.

Dog walking on a lead

Bring your dog to Brockhampton  

Dogs just love a day out at Brockhampton, with 1,700 acres to explore and plenty of dog-friendly seating dotted around. Plan your day out with your four-legged friend.

Dog walking at Canons Ashby

Dogs at Canons Ashby 

Surrounded by iconic South Northamptonshire countryside and only a stone's throw away from the northernmost point of the Cotswolds, Canons Ashby is surrounded by beautiful outdoor spaces.

Dudmaston pool dog walk

Bring your dog to Dudmaston 

It's great to see dogs and dog lovers enjoying the estate so bring your pooch along and explore the walks.

Family walking in parkland with dog on lead

Take the lead: Visiting Hardwick with your dog 

Dogs on leads are welcome to explore many areas across the Hardwick estate including the parkland and stableyard. Please note: No dogs in the formal gardens.

Staff dog Max loves his walks at Charlecote Park

Dog walking at Charlecote Park 

Find out more about dog-walking at Charlecote. The parkland is open from 9am so you can enjoy a quieter stroll.

A family playing their part to help nature, by keeping their four-legged companion on a lead

Dogs at Longshaw, Burbage and the Eastern Moors 

Explore some of the Peak District with your faithful companion.

A dog enjoys the views from Kinver Edge

Dogs at Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses 

Visiting us with your four-legged friend? Find out all you need to know.