Each of our properties in Blackpool have been handpicked so they are ideal for pets and still close enough to plenty of attractions so you can enjoy memorable dog friendly days out in Blackpool.
The Best Places To Take Dogs in Blackpool
Home to the famous pier and Blackpool tower, families continue to flock here each year and it’s easy to see why. The seaside resort still boasts a variety of things to do for families and children alike.
You are also close enough to a number of days out including, national parks and miles of golden beaches for long walks and cycling routes.
In this article we have conducted 7 of the best dog friendly attractions in Blackpool that you can’t afford to miss:
Activities & Things to Do
Find below 7 of the best days out in Blackpool for dogs
1. Stanley Park
Stretching almost 400 acres and renowned for its stunning Italian gardens and famous band stand, this award winning park is well worth a visit. Voted the best park in the country on more than one occasion your pooch will love the lake and woodland zones and there are also areas for the kids to play too.
2. Blackpool Model Village & Gardens
Blackpool Model Village & Gardens is an award-winning attraction set in over 2 acres of stunning landscaped gardens. The Blackpool Model Village & Gardens was established in 1972 and has been a form of entertainment for families for decades.
There are hundreds of handcrafted models and figures are set into beautifully landscaped gardens with paved pathways providing access for all.
Marvel at the many hands crafted models and figures. Step back in time to those years gone by when life seemed to move at a slower pace. The purpose is to bring smiles to visitors’ faces. This attraction will be enjoyed by all ages.
3. World Horse Welfare and Penny Farm
Dogs are allowed in the stable yard and you can walk around the paddocks obviously they do need to be kept under close control and on lead at all times. There are pleasant picnic areas and this fantastic rehoming and rehabilitation charity is a lovely place to spend an afternoon with your best friend
Catch a ferry or jump on a tram to visit Fleetwood, one of the most dog-friendly towns in Lancashire and less than half an hour away. Here dogs are allowed in many of the shops and even the Market. There are also plenty of cafe’s and eateries that are happy to serve dog owners and their canine companions
5. Blackpool Illuminations
Wrap up warm, take a walk along the promenade and marvel at the world-famous light displays. The illuminations run from autumn to January for 6 miles along the seafront. This is a great evening stroll for you and your pooch or you could even jump on a tram and don’t forget to take a selfie by the tower
6. Solaris Cafe
There are restrictions for dogs on Blackpool’s main beach but they are allowed on the sands from the Solaris Centre, Mirror ball along to squires gate and this dog-friendly cafe, often voted as one of the best in Blackpool is a great place to enjoy a bite to eat or hot drink after a walk
7. Witch Wood
One of the most popular walks on the Fylde coast for locals and tourists alike, this pretty woodland trail is situated in Lytham St Annes. A bit of a hidden gem, this is a great way for you and your pooch to get away from the hustle and bustle of Blackpool’s vibrant centre
Looking at Visiting the Area
Not only are there tons of dog-friendly places in Blackpool there are loads of holiday properties that extend a warm welcome to your canine companion, so we have narrowed it down to the ones we think you’ll love.
When you choose one of our top picks for dog-friendly holiday cottages in Blackpool you, Fido and all the family are guaranteed to have a fantastic time
Some people like to be close to the action while others prefer peace and quiet the good news is; You can have both, take a look at dog-friendly log cabins in Blackpool and choose the one that’s right for you.
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