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We've found 4 dog friendly attractions in Angus.

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Barry Water Mill (grounds only)

Barry, Carnoustie DD7 7RJ
T: 0844 4932140

www: Barry Water Mill (grounds only)
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Restored 18th-century water mill set in attractive grounds with a picnic area.
Dogs are welcome in the grounds only if kept on a lead.
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Camperdown Country Park

Coupar Angus Road, Dundee DD2 4TF
T: 01382 431818

www: Camperdown Country Park
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400 acre park that has footpaths and woodland trails with over 190 species of tree.
Dogs are allowed in the park only and not in the house or wildlife centre.
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Edzell Castle

Edzell DD9 7UE
T: 01356 648631

www: Edzell Castle
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Ruins of a castle with red sandstone walls with a beautiful walled garden. The walls of the garden have heraldic and symbolic sculptures.
Dogs welcome on a lead.
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Glamis Castle Gardens

Glamis DD8 1RJ
T: 01307 840393

www: Glamis Castle Gardens
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Beautiful Italian garden, walled garden and nature trail surrounding Glamis Castle. In Spring, daffodils line the mile long avenue. Sightings of red squirrels and roe deer are quite common.
Dogs kept on a lead are welcome in the garden and grounds. Dogs are not allowed in the castle.
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