We've found 9 dog friendly attractions in Nottinghamshire.
✔Click on "What's Near" to find great dog friendly accommodation, pubs and beaches near each attraction.
Attenborough Nature CentreBarton Lane, Attenborough, Nottingham NG9 6DY
T: 0115 9721777
www: Attenborough Nature Centre
145 hectares of flooded gravel pits provides an ideal habitat for a wide range of plants, birds and other wildlife. A nature trail guide and guided walks are available.
Please keep your dog under control at all times and on a short lead, especially near livestock. Please do not throw balls and sticks as it may encourage your dog to run into important areas of wildlife habitat.
Bestwood Country ParkAlexandra Lodge, Northern Drive, Park Road, Bestwood Village, Nottinghamshire NG6 8UF
T: 0844 9 80 80 80
www: Bestwood Country Park
650 acre park with miles of footpaths through meadows and oak woodland with lakes, a reclaimed pit tip and a winding engine house.
Cotgrave Country ParkHollygate Lane, Cotgrave NG12 3HE
T: 01623 827329
www: Cotgrave Country Park
Former colliery site with woodland, wetland, lakes, informal grassland and part of the Grantham canal. There are around 5 kilometres of surfaced trails but there are no toilets in the park.
Dogs are welcome but please keep them under control and clean up after your pet. There is a dog waste bin near the car park.
Sherwood Forest National Nature ReserveEdwinstowe, Mansfield NG21 9HN
T: 01623 823202
www: Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve
450 acre woodland with ancient oaks that is the legendary home of Robin Hood. The famous Major Oak is located just 10 minutes walk from the visitor centre.
Dogs are welcome but must be under control and kept on a lead in the visitor centre.
Newstead Abbey GroundsRavenshead, Nottingham NG15 8NA
T: 01623 455900
www: Newstead Abbey Grounds
Stunning grounds covering over 300 acres surrounding the former home of Lord Byron. Visitors will see lakes, ponds and waterfalls.
Dogs are allowed in the grounds but not in the house or gardens.
National Water Sports CentreAdbolton Lane, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham NG12 2LU
T: 0115 9821212
www: National Water Sports Centre
The country park at the National Water Sports Centre is a great place to walk your dog. There is a large lake with an abundance of wildlife.
Please keep your dog under control. Occasionally cars use the path around the main lake so take care with your dog. There is a dog waste bin about halfway round the main lake.
Rufford Country ParkOllerton, Newark NG22 9DF
T: 01623 821338
www: Rufford Country Park
150 acres of parkland, woodland and gardens with the ruins of a medieval monastery, a sculpture trail and lake.
Dogs welcome on a lead.
Wollaton Hall Gardens and Deer ParkWollaton NG8 2AE
T: 0115 915 3900
www: Wollaton Hall Gardens and Deer Park
500 acre park that is home to herds of free roaming red and fallow deer. Visitors can walk around the lake or relax in the formal gardens.
Dogs are allowed in the gardens and grounds but not in the hall or museum. Keep dogs under control near deer.
Clumber ParkThe Estate Office, Clumber Park, Worksop S80 3AZ
T: 01909 544917
www: Clumber Park
3,800 acre landscaped park with a huge lake that is a haven for wildfowl. The park has a mixture of gardens, woodland, heathland and open grassland. A free audio guide is available from the walled kitchen garden entrance.
Dogs are welcome throughout the property, but please keep them on a lead around the main visitor facilities, in the walled kitchen garden and in grazing areas.