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If you have a walk you would like to add simply click ‘View all Discussions’, and then ‘Create New Topic’.

Fill in all the details of your walk, location, type of terrain, is it subtle for all or only experienced walkers? Is it mostly off lead walking? Are there any lakes where your dog could go for a swim? Make sure you give as much detail as possible.

You can even map out your favourite route, and of course don’t forget to post a photograph of your pooch enjoying itself. 

Leaving a reply: Have you got something to add? The North East Dog Directory allows you to interact with other users all over the site; so if you have been on this walk, or similar, let us know!. What was your favourite thing about it? Would you recommend it? Have you got an amazing photograph, then leave a reply by clicking on 'View all replies' and then click 'Leave a reply'.

East Cramlington Nature Reserve
Fabulous walking in acres of Nature Reserve but within easy access of Blyth, Cramlington, Seaton Sluice and surrounding areas. The reserve includes areas of open fields, wooded walks, hills and even a pond suitable for swimming! There are several benches and seats for walkers to have a breather and a couple of car parks. The whole area is fenced and there are many little paths to follow which change the walks every time. Great for people with super active dogs who need room to run, but it rarely gets busy! There's so much room you can all spread out! Terrain is partially wheelchair friendly as there is a path along one side of the reserve. There are no toilet facilities. You can spend any amount of time there from 10 minutes to 3 hours!
Posted by: Janet Peel   
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