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Priory Country ParkBarkers Lane, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK41 9SH
T: 01234 211182
www: Priory Country Park
360 acres of lakes, meadows, footpaths and woodland. Free public toilets.
Dogs are allowed off the lead as long as they are under control. There are certain conservation areas where dogs are required to be on a lead.
Forest Centre and Millennium Country ParkStation Road, Marston Moretaine, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK43 0PR
T: 01234 767037
www: Forest Centre and Millennium Country Park
250 acre park with woodlands, wetlands, lakes and children's adventure play area. There are two 4km loops of surfaced trails and additional grass trails around the park, which is a haven for wildlife.
Dogs are welcome in the park and are allowed off the lead as long as they are under control. Please pick up after your dog.
Wrest ParkBedford, Bedfordshire MK45 4HR
T: 01525 860152
www: Wrest Park
Formal gardens with an orangery, Italian garden and parterre. There is also a woodland garden.
Dogs on leads are allowed in most areas of the gardens. Dogs are not allowed in the children's play areas, inside the café or in the mansion unless guide dogs.
Whipsnade Tree CathedralWhipsnade, Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 2LL
T: 01582 872406
www: Whipsnade Tree Cathedral
9.5 acres planted with trees, hedges and shrubs in the form of a medieval cathedral. No toilets.
Dogs are allowed off the lead as long as they are under control.
Dunstable DownsWhipsnade Road, Kensworth, Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 2GY
T: 01582 500920
www: Dunstable Downs
Extensive chalk and grassland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is the highest point in the East of England with outstanding views over the Vale of Aylesbury and surrounding countryside.
Dogs must be kept under control and on a lead near livestock.