These are Lancashire’s most dog-friendly attractions according to TripAdvisor

With 2021 set to be the year of the staycation, there couldn’t be a better time to explore Lancashire with our dogs.

Friday, 11th June 2021, 4:55 am
There couldn’t be a better time to explore Lancashire with our dogs

It can be difficult to find places to visit that allow dogs, let alone welcome them as much as their human companions!

Fortunately, dog-friendly holiday provider Canine Cottages has crunched the TripAdvisor data to find the most dog-friendly places to go in Lancashire

TripAdvisor users have come to the rescue and suggested that the most dog-friendly places to visit in Lancashire are:

Turton and Entwistle Reservoir, Blackburn It's a popular place for walkers with the beautiful still waters surrounded by attractive conifer trees. After your walk you can treat yourself to refreshments at the excellent Strawberry Duck pub located to the east of the reservoir, near the train station.
Solaris Centre, Blackpool The Solaris Centre is a multi-purpose venue providing free art exhibition space to local artists and hold events throughout the year such as the Manchester to Blackpool bike ride.
St Annes Beach, St Annes At St Annes seafront and beach there are miles of open public land to explore. It’s an enormous natural beach. Walk the beautifully tended promenade gardens, complete with waterfalls and ducks. Enjoy traditional seaside attractions with fun for all the family.
Worden Park, Leyland Worden Park is a hidden gem, situated on the edge of Leyland it could be described as a Country Park in the town. Worden, with its mature woodlands, open meadows, historic natural landscapes, varied wildlife and peaceful setting offers a haven of natural beauty where you can walk, picnic and relax in undisturbed surroundings.
Cuerden Valley Park, Preston The Park – a working estate with parkland and farmland, was formerly the grounds of Cuerden Hall (which is privately owned and not part of the Park)
Lytham Hall, Lytham Lytham Hall is the finest Georgian house in Lancashire. It was once the ancestral home of the colourful Clifton Family, spanning over four centuries. It is a Grade I listed building, so is therefore of significant local and national interest.
Witton Country Park, Blackburn Witton Country Park is a 480-acre public park in the west of Blackburn. Around half of the country park is mixed woodland and parkland, while the rest is either farmland or rough grassland with open access
Wyre Estuary Country Park, Thornton Cleveleys Scenic riverfront park featuring a playground, walking trails, wildlife habitats & picnic areas.
Yarrow Valley Country Park, Chorley 700-acre parkland with a lake, waterfall, adventure playground, cafe & visitor center.
Ashton Gardens, St Annes Ashton Gardens is an attractive, 10 acre park, full of lovely planting and modern amenities.