Most dog-friendly national parks in the UK: Where is the best park to walk dogs?

Pet ownership is on the rise, with 3.2 million UK households welcoming a new pet during the pandemic.Animal-lovers up and down the country are looking at pet-friendly holidays, and Britons may be tempted to book somewhere close to a national park.

The important dog-friendly features that were looked at for the study are:
Off lead options
Dog-friendly Garden
Dog-friendly Woodland
Dog-friendly park grounds
Dog-friendly Restaurant
Restaurant exterior
Dog Waste Bins
Dog Drinking Water


Dog owners can now check the list of most dog-friendly park and plan where to go on their next adventure.

Sheffield Park and Garden is the UK’s most dog-friendly National Park.

Scoring 100 out of 100, the East Sussex national park provides facilities such as drinking water and waste bins, dog-friendly restaurants and plenty of areas fully accessible for dogs.

In second place, Erddig, Wrexham, has a dog-friendly garden, woodland and park but no dog-friendly eateries.

The parkland has a three-mile trail that allows visitors to take in the views and landmarks, and dogs are welcome on short leads.

With a deer park, livestock, a wildlife haven and a Second World War camp, the 250 acres of parkland at Sheffield are a great place to visit.

The top 10 most dog-friendly National Parks are:
1. Sheffield Park and Garden
2. Erddig
3. Lyme
4. Kingston Lacy
5. Croome
6. Petworth Park
7. Lyveden
8. Plas Newydd House
9. Dunster Castle and Watermill
10. Ormesby Hall

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