Dog-friendly places in Norfolk
Planning a day out with your dog? We've got a huge variety of dog-friendly places for you to explore together. Discover some of the best walking spots in Norfolk.
Blickling's parkland is the perfect place to take your four-legged friends for a walk. And what better way to finish your walkies than with a treat at our dog friendly Farmyard Café?
Felbrigg’s parkland and shady woodlands are popular with dog walkers. Dogs are also welcome in the Squire's Pantry, where you’ll find a variety of doggy treats and ice cream.
Dogs are welcome at Sheringham Park, its Courtyard Café and waymarked trails. We just ask for dogs to remain on leads during the bird breeding season, 1 March–1 August.
Dogs are welcome in the garden, woods and parkland at Oxburgh Hall. The Pantry Café has outdoor seating and the Servants' Hall Tea-room also welcomes dogs.
With several dog-friendly walks at Horsey, you can experience the Norfolk Broads alongside your four-legged friend. Dog drinking bowls are located at the visitor centre.
Brancaster Beach is a two pawprint rated place. Dogs and responsible owners are very much welcome here. We know your pets will enjoy it as much as you.
Planning to bring your dog to Blakeney? Here's what you need to know, including how to protect the wildlife that call this special place home. Blakeney is a one pawprint rated place.
Dogs are very welcome at West Runton and Beeston Regis Heath. Find out the things to be aware of when you visit, the facilities available for your dog and more.
If you’re bringing your dog to the places we care for, here’s information on the Canine Code and pawprint rating system to plan your visit.
Help to look after National Trust places by observing a few simple guidelines during your visit and following the Countryside Code.