Stockport, Greater Manchester, is a lovely
place to visit. The place is rich in history, and there is so
much to explore. Stockport has some pet
friendly hotels and there are plenty of parks for you and your best friend to
enjoy dog walking in and
Vale Country Park
When you visit Stockport, you really have to
visit the Reddish Vale Country Park. It
is a beautiful place, and the Reddish Vale Country Park is pet friendly too. It
is a large place, and part of it is designated as a local nature reserve.
There are plenty of places for you to
explore with your pet. There are many
open spaces for off lead adventures. Lovely
park where you can go for a walk, to see the animals. There is also a cafe at
the entrance where you can enjoy a range of hot drinks and even ice cream if
the weather allows it! Family friendly park. Fantastic routes for dog
walking, including a river they can swim in. Free car park at the visitor
centre. Beautiful walking trails.
Etherow Country Park is another local nature
reserve that is located in Compstall, Stockport.
Located in the Etherow Country Park is a
mill pond as well as the, Compstall Nature Reserve, which is a 12.8-hectare
area that is designated to be a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its
wide variety of plants and habitats.
This beautiful place is very scenic.
Etherow Country Park also offers good facilities; with pay and display
parking, Visitors centre, cafeteria and toilets at the car park and near the
Weir. Popular with anglers so you may need to keep your dog on a lead.
This park in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, is a Victorian style park
that is friendly to pets. The Edwardian
park which is such a welcome feature of the Davenport / Cale Green area once
was part of a working farm. Popular with dog owners and there is a
children’s play area, tennis courts and toilets. Close to shops and parking. Activities in the summer and a quiet place
Woodbank Memorial Park is situated adjacent
to Vernon Park, Offerton, Stockport It is ideal for a leisurely stroll in its
wide open spaces. The park connects with
the River Goyt and the Goyt Way. Footpaths can lead you through Poise Brook or
towards Otterspool and Bredbury. The Midshires Way and the Fred Perry Way also
pass through the park.
Lovely riverside walks with a pebble “beach”
area which is perfect for dogs to play.
Large open spaces, children’s play area.
Plenty of parking. Woodbank Memorial Park is home to Stockport Harriers
Vernon Park, Stockport
Park is the oldest country park in Stockport.
Well maintained gardens. Extremely steep in places so keep that in
mind for the elderly or wheelchair users. Lots of benches and ducks in the
pond. Newly refurbished café. Free parking. Connects to Woodbank
Hall & Park
Bramhall Park is a large scenic park in the
grounds of Bramall Hall. The park consists of magnificent landscaped grounds,
woodland and trails. A stream runs through the park and there are large ponds
for play fishing and feeding ducks.
is a fenced off smaller children’s play area, larger childrens wooden climbing
frame and picnic area plus opportunities to play bowls and boules.
The park does have many landscaped gardens
that are very beautiful and scenic. Being pet friendly, you can bring your dog
along to run in the parks. Landscaped
parkland with lakes, woodland, and gardens.
Moss Park & Botanical Gardens
This area is one of the must-visit places
when you are in Didsbury, Manchester.
This 21 acre park was acquired as a gift from Alderman Fletcher Moss in
1914. Renowned for their botanical beauty, the gardens contain many antiquated
and unusual plants and flowers. The park has retained many of its original
features such as the rock and heather gardens, and there is an Alpine house in
the gardens adjacent to Fletcher Moss.
You might need a few hours to properly
explore the area with your dog. From
wide areas to dedicated gardens and rivers, there are so many places for you to
relax with your furry companion.
If you are making a trip to Marple, then we
will strongly urge you to visit the Roman Lakes. It is a pet friendly area that
allows you and your pet to have a good time exploring the area. Walk or cycle around the lakes, have a fun run
around in the play area, try canoeing or mountain biking. Picnic area, free parking, tea rooms, toilets,
kiosk selling hot and cold drinks, children’s play area. Popular with anglers so you may need to keep
your dog on a lead.
A visit to Marple will not be complete if
you omit visiting Brabyns Park. It is
the largest park in Marple, and it is surrounded by the river Goyt as well as
the Peak Forest Canal making it a joy for you to bring your dog along for a
nice stroll in the park.
There are many activities for you
and your dog to do here. You can play with your dog in the endless fields, or
you can choose to lie down and have a picnic with your family and your
favourite pet on the parkland or woodland. As there many open spaces, it is a
prime area for dog walking. Free
parking, children’s play area, playing fields. Woodland & riverside walks;
Picnic areas; Horse riding area; Car park.
Garden Centre, Poynton, Stockport
The Brookside Garden Centre is another dog
friendly day out. Family shopping
attraction with garden plants and tools plus mini train rides, model shop and a
dog friendly cafe.
Garden Centre, Romiley, Stockport
Wyevale Garden Centre is a dog friendly
shopping attraction with garden plants, garden furniture, pet products and much
more. There is the miniature railway
which is always a huge hit with children and a dog friendly café. Soft play centre for children inside the
Alexandra Park, located at Edgeley, Stockport, is a place that dog owners love to bring their dog
for walks. This is due to the big and open space that is extremely inviting for
dog owners to bring along their family and dog for a lovely picnic. Plenty
of dog bins to dispose of your “doggy bag”.
Alexandra Park offers crown green bowling greens, children’s play area,
tennis courts, skate park, picnic areas.
Alexandra Park is also a popular place for anglers. They take advantage
of its reservoir which offers plenty of freshwater fishing opportunities. The
reservoir is also home to a diverse array of wildlife.
Hall Country Park
Abney Hall is a substantial Victorian house
surrounded by a park in Cheadle, near Stockport. Abney Hall Park provides natural woodland
recreational facilities to local residents and visitors. You can explore the wetlands, historic hall,
secret pathways, ponds, waterfalls and a pet cemetery. There’s lots of wildlife
to enjoy. Free access and free parking. Children’s play area. Abney café.
Didsbury Park is located near several pet
friendly hotels. As such, Didsbury Park
is a natural choice when it comes to bringing the dogs out for walks! It is a
tranquil place that offers the owner and the dog to have a time away from the
city life. Though it is not exactly a big park, there are many areas for you
and your dog to have a good time. In fact, there is a rich history behind this
park itself. Why not have a little chat with the locals to find out more!
Children’s play area, football pitch, bird
garden, two bowling greens, picnic area and a café. Dogs are not allowed in the bird garden, football
pitch or children’s play area. Disbury Park, which holds a Green
Flag’ award for excellence, is situated within easy walking distance of the many shops, restaurants,
pubs that makeup Didsbury village.
Park is considered to be an inner city park, and it is one of the largest of
its kind in the area. Debdale Park is
located in Gorton, Manchester.
include a children’s play area, Multi use games area, skate park, tennis
courts, football pitch, pitch and putt, bowling green, toilets, visitors centre
and community centre. Two large reservoirs for licensed fishing.
is also an outdoor centre with
various activities including dinghy sailing, kayaking, canoeing and much
parking, off lead areas.
between the Peak Forest Canal in Hyde and Haughton Green, on the sometimes
steep-sided Tame valley is our largest Local Nature Reserve. Haughton
Dale is rich in both natural and industrial heritage on both sides of the
river Tame. This woodland walk can be accessed near the Stockport
Sports Village in Woodley, Stockport. Lovely dog walk and also
popular with cyclists and horse riders.
Chadkirk Chapel & Country Estate
This pretty country park is located on the
River Goyt near Marple. The estate includes a 60 acre farm, an old orchard,
woodland and a 16th century chapel with an audio visual presentation on the
history of the site. The Etherow Goyt Valley Way runs through
the park so you can continue your walk through the beautiful Goyt Valley on
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