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If you’re planning a holiday and don’t want to leave your furry companion behind, our holiday park is the perfect destination. Our own woodland walks are not the only thing you and your dog can look forward to whilst staying with us. Shropshire boasts stunning landscapes, pet-friendly attractions, and welcoming communities, offering endless adventures for you and your dog. Here are some fantastic things you can do together during your stay.

Explore the Shropshire Hills

The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a paradise for hikers and their dogs. With miles of trails winding through rolling hills, woodlands, and picturesque villages, you’ll find plenty of opportunities for long walks and breathtaking views. The Long Mynd, Stiperstones, and Carding Mill Valley are just a few highlights where your dog can roam freely and enjoy the fresh air.

Visit the Severn Valley Country Park 48 miles

Located along the River Severn, the Severn Valley Country Park is a perfect spot for a day out with your dog. With well-maintained paths, scenic views, and plenty of open spaces, your dog will have a blast exploring the park. Don’t forget to bring a picnic and enjoy a relaxing break in the beautiful surroundings.

Wander Through Attingham Park 23 miles

Attingham Park, a National Trust property, is a magnificent estate with extensive grounds that welcome dogs on leads. Explore the walled garden, deer park, and woodland trails, all while soaking in the history of this grand estate. The on-site café even offers dog-friendly seating, so you can enjoy a cup of tea while your pup takes a rest.

Discover the Shrewsbury Quarry and Dingle Gardens 19 miles

Shrewsbury is a charming town with a rich history and plenty of dog-friendly spots. The Quarry, a 29-acre park alongside the River Severn, is perfect for a leisurely walk. The Dingle, a stunning floral masterpiece within the Quarry, is a must-see. After your stroll, explore the town’s quaint streets and enjoy a meal at one of the many dog-friendly pubs and cafés.

Relax at a Dog-Friendly Pub

After a day of exploring, why not unwind at one of Shropshire’s many dog-friendly pubs? The King’s Head in Bridgnorth, The Riverside Inn in Cound, and The Huntsman of Little Wenlock are just a few examples where you and your furry friend will receive a warm welcome. Enjoy delicious local food and a well-deserved rest in a cozy setting.

Stay at Our Dog-Friendly Holiday Park

Our holiday park in Shropshire is designed with you and your dog in mind. With spacious, pet-friendly accommodations and plenty of on-site amenities, you’ll have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Our park also features secure dog walking areas, so you can let your dog off the lead to play safely.

Tips for a Great Stay with Your Dog

  • Pack Essentials: Bring your dog’s favorite bed, toys, and food to help them feel at home.
  • Stay Safe: Always keep your dog on a lead in unfamiliar areas and be mindful of local wildlife.
  • Hydrate: Ensure your dog has access to fresh water, especially during long walks.
  • Clean Up: Be a responsible pet owner and clean up after your dog to keep Shropshire beautiful for everyone.

Shropshire is a wonderful destination for dog lovers, offering a mix of outdoor adventures, historical sites, and friendly communities. We look forward to welcoming you and your canine companion to our holiday park for an unforgettable stay. Book your trip today and start planning your dog-friendly adventures in Shropshire!