Autumn is coming…
Make the most of the light evenings before the clocks go back and the days start getting shorter and colder. It doesn’t seem possible that summer is over and the leaves will soon start falling and the frost will return with a shiver. There are a few weeks left where the light evening will still allow us to get out and enjoy an evening walk with your wagging tail friend.
There is no excuse to not get out and start exploring new places. There are loads of woodlands to explore around Kent so take a look at the Dog walk map and find one near you today.
Remember most beaches remove any their dog restrictions they may have at the end of September so a walk on your favourite beach or a coastal walk is always a great way to blow away those cobwebs.
If a beach doesn’t take your fancy then there are still lots of other walks to choose from. Country parks offer a bit of everything and most tend to have a cafe for a well earned drink at the end of your walk. What ever type of walk you fancy take a look at the dog walk map and find a great walk near you today and send us feedback on your walk.
All of our reviews give you an insight into the location with area information, facilities available, suggested walk route and photos so you can see what’s in store before you get there.
Review of the week
Cromers Wood, Milstead Near Sittingbourne, Kent
Check out the review of ‘Cromers Wood‘ in Milstead near Sittingbourne. A small area of woodland with a few footpaths that take you on a short walk for those days when we have lots to do.
Dog walk Map
Our dog walk map now has over 200 walks to choose from covering the whole of Kent. If your stuck for idea’s or visiting somewhere new then our map can help.
There are loads of great places to walk your dog from Country Parks and Woodland to Sea front walks and beaches. So take a look at our dog walk search map and find a new walk near you today.
Add your own Paw Print to the ‘Search Map’
Help make the ‘Search For a Dog Walk Map’ the ‘go to’ map for dog walks. If your favourite walk isn’t already on the map then you can now add your own paw print marker. Its easy to do. Just head over the the search map and fill out the form at the bottom of the map. More information can be found on the ‘Search For a Dog Walk Map’ page.
Together we can make the search map the biggest and most informative place to find a dog walk.
Get involved and comment on the reviews or get in touch and tell us about your favourite walk and we will add it to the map.
“Out with the Dog” is here to help you and your dog find great new walks.
We will be listing and reviewing all types of walks around Kent over the coming months so follow us on ‘Facebook‘ and ‘Twitter‘ and subscribe to ‘The Dog Blog‘ to keep up to date with all the new walk locations that get added to the map and are reviewed.