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Dog Areas in Weaverville

2 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
9 Eateries
3 Groomers

Weaverville welcomes friends and Fidos alike to come visit this quaint town just north of flourishing Asheville. This seemingly quiet town offers plenty of entertainment and local eateries for you and your pup to enjoy. Four vets are here to take care of your pooch, in case of any un-fur-tunate events along the way!

Not to miss when in Weaverville is the Governor Vance Birthplace State Historic Site. Conveniently located between the Blue Ridge Parkway and downtown Weaverville, this historic site offers you and your canine bud 7 acres of nature with reconstructed outbuildings from the late 18th century. Keep Fido on a leash no longer than six feet when walking on site grounds, and keep in mind your pup can’t come inside with you at the visitor’s center.

Locals and tourists alike flock to Weaverville for its main street speckled with delicious local grub. Among them, the renown Blue Mountain Pizza and Brew Pub is a must. Take a seat here for a delightful experience with your pup. If you think the food is barktastic, the service and ambiance are even better! Live music by local small bands are often featured here, making a woofdurful time to be had by all!

Whether you’re coming to stay a while or just passing through town, Weaverville is a dog-lover's retreat!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Weaverville

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    Population Density 1,437/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Weaverville

    You can’t miss a trip to downtown Weaverville. Whether you’re new to the area or a seasoned visitor, this quaint strip of town will have you coming back for more. For local bites, check out the Twisted Laurel where you and Fido will enjoy excellent service and a delicious Mediterranean-inspired menu (try the Greek salads or firecracker shrimp!) After chowing down, step outside to get a woof of fresh air at the Main St Nature Park Weaverville, located just across the street behind the Town Hall. Leashed doggies and their human owners are allowed to explore the flora and fauna found within.
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    Population Density 2,223/sq mi

    #2 N Main Weaverville

    On the north side of Weaverville, there are other local eateries that you and Fido must try. Start your morning (or finish with dessert) at the Well-Bred Bakery & Cafe to try their award-winning fresh pies, pastries, and organic French roast coffee. For locally-sourced, sustainable lunchtime or dinner favorites, the Glass Onion is just a paw away and offers delicious Northern Italian style plates and Sunday brunch. Stop on by at both of these local establishments to experience wooftacular service and a welcome you won’t forget.
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    Population Density 428/sq mi

    #3 Weaverville Alexander Rd

    A short walk from downtown Weaverville will bring you to the local Lake Louise Park. With outdoor exercise equipment, picnic tables and bench areas, a walking path, a fishing pond (permit-only), kids playground and more, this park offers you and your pup plenty of pawsitive playtime in the sun! However, just be careful when walking your pooch: Dogs are not allowed on the trail circling the lake, but instead have their own walking path just next to it. Locals and tourists alike love visiting Lake Louise Park for a doggone good time in this vibrant Western North Carolinian town.
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    Population Density 137/sq mi

    #4 Jump Cove

    A quick drive just east of downtown will land you and Fido out in the beautiful countryside. Here in the Jump Cove neighborhood, take your furry friend for a 3.2 mile hike at the Rattlesnake Lodge Trail. This trail is moderately difficult and takes around two hours to complete, so make sure your pup has what it takes before heading out. Remnants of the Rattlesnake Lodge, which once was used as a mountain retreat in the early 1900s, can now be explored with Fido at your side. It’s a furtastic oppawtunity to stretch your paws and learn something new at the same time! Note: Leashes should be no longer than six feet when on this trail.
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    Population Density 277/sq mi

    #5 Woodfin II

    If you’re on the road between Weaverville and Asheville, don’t fret about finding a great place to grab a bite or sleep for the night. Located just ten miles from downtown Weaverville, the tiny town of Woodfin offers you and Fido both to recharge your batteries. Chow down at the renowned roadside Bellagio’s Bistro. A pawpular place to dine casually on Mediterranean and Greek-inspired food, folks from both near and far frequent Bellagio’s year after year. Afterwards, settle in for the night at the nearby Campfire Lodgings. Fully-furnished yurts, cabins, or RV and tent sites are available for you and your pup, who should be leashed while on camp grounds.
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