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      The best dog walks in Greater Manchester for National Dog Walking Day

      ByMonelo Gabriel

      Feb 22, 2023

      Greater Manchester has some pretty amazing parks and green spaces where people can go to exercise, relax and unwind. But not only people love to visit them, dogs love them too.

      From bouncy springers to tiny Chihuahuas, you’ll see dogs of all shapes and sizes running around, bringing joy to their owners and passers-by alike. Let’s be honest, we all like to meet a dog when we go for a walk.

      In honor of National Dog Walking Day on February 22, we’re rounding up some of the best walks you can take with your four-legged friends in Greater Manchester. If you have any more recommendations, please let us know in the comments section below.

      The romantic walk a short distance from Manchester that seems to be taken from a fairy tale

      Philips Park, Prestwich

      philips park(Image: Manchester Evening News)

      If you’re looking for an alternative place to Heaton Park to walk your dog, then Philips Park in Prestwich is well worth a visit. It offers a mix of wooded areas and grassy fields, located just inside the M60.

      There are many trails for you and your dog to explore. The River Irwell flows through the park if you want to enjoy riverside views – look out for the impressive listed viaducts.

      New Islington Marina, Ancoats

      New Islington Marina(Image: STEVE ALLEN)

      For those who live in the center of the city, New Islington Marina is the ideal place to bring your dog. It’s an oasis of calm with a promenade running around the edge of the marina, with views of the colorful barges moored there.

      If your dog is willing to socialize, you’re almost always guaranteed to run into a four-legged companion around here. There are also some green areas with wooden benches, where dogs can play.


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