Try Red Run Grill for a dog-friendly lunch or dinner. They serve hearty burgers and sandwiches made the BBQ way!
If you're looking for a gorgeous hike, look no further than the Appalachian Trail: Crampton Gap to Harpers Ferry. This 9.3 mile point to point trail is the section of the world famous Appalachian Trail that passes through Waynesboro! It's quite a hike, but well worth it!
If you're more of a park person, there's plenty for you too. The Pine Hill Recreation Area features 174 acres, and has something for everyone! Check out the skate park if you're feeling brave. Otherwise, you and your dog can explore over three miles of hiking/biking trails. The shaded pavillion and picnic tables are also a great thing to explore once you've burned off your first energy burst.
Worn out? You and your dog can share a hotel room at Days Inn Waynesboro or Cobblestone Hotel & Suites Waynesboro!
Waynesboro is packed with dog-friendly attractions, so pack up your pup and check it out!
The Waynesboro Dog Park is located within Orchard Estates' Northside Park, and provides a fenced in open area where your pup can run, play, and make new friends! It's the only dog park in the area, so it's typically very pupular! If you have a shy dog, keep them leashed and explore Northside Park's walking trails and paths until there's a lull in dog park activity. Even if you'd prefer to keep your dog on leash, there's enough at Northside Park to be worth a visit. The playground has a few different sets of equipment, and the sports fields can't be beat. Leash up and get exploring!
Memorial Park is a small park in Central Waynesboro. It has a playground and a baseball diamond, which doesn't leave a lot of room for anything else. If your dog loves to watch people come and go, this is the park for them! You can walk your dog in the open grassy space, or just clock your steps around the park! Looking for a bite to eat? Christine's Cafe has dog-friendly outdoor seating, and serves a variety of cafe classics, from paninis to pancakes! Their gourmet menu features breakfast and lunch classics, prepared with locally sourced and seasonal ingredients whenever possible.
The Washington Township Roundabout & Walking Path is a small park at the edge of the Washington Roundabout. This simple parking lot and green space leads to the Washington-Franklin walking path that winds through the hills and offers a fantastic view of the surrounding area. If you're looking for a hike in Waynesboro, this is the place for you. It offers seasonal wildflowers and a year-round great time. The trail is out and back, and runs out of Waynesboro for over nine miles.You can (and should!) turn back at any point. Every step you walk in you have to walk back out!
Red Run Park in the Rouszerville neighborhood is a compact park that makes the most of its space. There's a playground with modern climbing equipment. There's also a sports field, with markings for several games, from American football to soccer. Keep walking past the sports fields, and you'll come to a wooded field. Red Run Park's Wagon Trail runs in a narrow loop through this meadow. You can clock most of a mile if you follow the path the whole way, so just a loop or two should be enough for a great walk!