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Things to do in Cornwall with Dogs

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Uncover the top things to do in Cornwall with dogs

Cornwall is an incredibly popular location for a dog-friendly break, and it’s easy to see why! With over 148 dog-friendly beaches, 412 walking trails and a wealth of attractions, you’ll never be short of things to do in Cornwall with your dog.

Want to treat your pooch to a sandy walk along the coast? Be sure to head to some of the best beaches the county has to offer, such as Porthkidney Beach which allows dogs year round and Pedn Vounder Beach with its cliff-top walks.

Dog-friendly attractions in Cornwall

You’ll be surprised at the sheer number of dog-friendly attractions in Cornwall! From the Eden Project to the Bodmin & Wenford Railway, you can really enjoy a unique day out together.

On a sunny day, you can look forward to venturing to one of the many dog-friendly places in Cornwall too, including Loe Bar and Lizard Point.

Find out more dog-friendly things to do in Cornwall below…

  • Great Work Mine

    Great Work Mine

    Trewithen Terrace
    TR13 9TQ

    Visit the ruins of a piece of Cornish mining history and walk in the footsteps of 16th-century miners.

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  • Gribbin Head

    Gribbin Head
    PL23 1HW

    01726 870146

    Visitors can explore beaches, coves, woodland and grassland as they stroll through the countryside to the west of Fowey.

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  • Gurnard’s Head

    St Ives
    TR26 3DE

    Uncover historic remains and take in breathtaking coastal views at this prominent Cornish headland.

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  • Helston Railway

    Trevarno Farm
    TR13 0RY

    07901 977597

    Step back in time and take a ride on a traditional steam train through the Cornish countryside.

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  • Hurlers Stone Circles

    PL14 5LE

    The best examples of ceremonial circles in the South West with unique formations.

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  • Kelsey Head

    S W Coast Path
    TR8 5SE

    A Site of Special Scientific Interest where visitors will marvel at the wildlife and hidden Iron Age history.

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  • Kenidjack Cliff Castle

    S W Coast Path
    TR19, UK

    An Iron Age promontory fort perched on the edge of the Penwith peninsula, Cornwall’s most southerly point.

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  • Kit Hill Tamar Valley

    Kit Hill

    PL17 8HR

    Explore over 400 acres of heathland on foot or by horse at this stunning and fascinating country park.

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  • Lamorran House Gardens shrubbery

    Lamorran Gardens

    Upper Castle Road
    St Mawes
    TR2 5BZ

    01326 270800

    A subtropical, Italianate-inspired garden on the Roseland peninsula where visitors will be impressed by the extensive and unusual plant varieties.

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  • Lamorran Wood

    Lamorran Wood

    Lamorran Wood
    TR2 4HP

    Leave the hustle and bustle of Truro behind and take a stroll through this charming and peaceful wood.

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