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Dog Areas in Abingdon, VA

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Nestled in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, Abingdon is a city home to over 8,000 people and a growing artistic community as well as plenty of outdoor activities, restaurants, and galleries to explore. There are plenty of live music shows where up-and-coming musicians showcase their talents, and Abingdon is also known for its excellent theater industry. With so much to do outdoors, Abingdon is a great city for pets and pet owners to live, as neither you nor Fido will tire of working your way through Abingdon one adventure at a time. When it comes time for your dog's check-ups, there are a handful of veterinarians in Abingdon who will take great care of your pet.

Whether you live in Abingdon or are just visiting, you and your pet should visit Rain Restaurant and Bar where dogs are allowed at one of their several outdoor dog-friendly tables. Rain serves tasty dishes like Ahi tuna, seared scallops, and blackened ribeye. While you sip on one of their delicious drinks, staff will also bring out a refreshing bowl of water for your dog to enjoy by your side. Don't miss out on all this city has to offer both you and your beloved dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Abingdon, VA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 813/sq mi

    #1 Central Abingdon

    The Virginia Creeper is a fast-growing vine named after one of the first locations it was found in North America. There is also a trail in Abingdon known as the Virginia Creeper National Recreation Trail. This 32.7-mile trail is paved with gravel and you will see many hikers, bikers, and even horseback riders along the way. Your dog can join you on your journey, and you'll both come across plenty of terrific scenery along your walk. There are picnic spots, parks, rivers, forests, fields, and even railway memorabilia on the path. The Virginia Creeper Trail is part of a network of trails that were once abandoned railway lines that have been converted into paths for public use.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 82/sq mi

    #2 Central Saltville

    Another trail that is part of the same network as the Virginia Creeper Recreation Trail is only half an hour from Abingdon in Saltville, Virginia. The Salt Trail is an 8.5-mile portion of the trail network and is made up of a variety of surfaces, including gravel, grass, and stone. The Salt Trail passes through many picturesque farming communities and woodlands. Dog walkers love using this trail to exercise their pets because most of it is very quiet without a lot of traffic to disturb you. This portion of the trail is also open to equestrians, so your four-legged pet might just meet a whole different four-legged friend along the way.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 484/sq mi

    #3 Southwest Bristol

    The town of Bristol, Tennessee is only a 20-minute drive from Abingdon, and here you will find a great dog park known as the Bristol Bark Park. It is located within a larger park called the Charlie Robinette Park and it has separate sections for dogs of different sizes. In the summer, little pools are brought in to keep the dogs cool. The park also provides waste bags, waste bins, and benches when you need to take a break. Visitors love how friendly the people and the dogs are at this Bark Park where you and Rover are sure to have a blast!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 957/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Bristol

    It isn't exclusively a dog park, but Bristol is also home to a park known as Sugar Hollow. Leashed dogs are welcome at this northeast Bristol Park, and there is plenty to do here for the whole family, like biking, camping, picnicking, playgrounds, and playing softball or soccer. The park spans 400 acres, and it's a great spot to come for a day or visit for a longer amount of time when you stay to camp. It is also an excellent place to host family gatherings outside of the home where your dogs can still come because it has several public picnic pavilions perfect for spending time with your family.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 813/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Abingdon

    Downtown Abingdon is a charming part of the city with several sweet shops, restaurants, and other spots to visit. One of these cute places is called Ellis Soda Shoppe and Grill, which you'll find in the Market District of downtown Abingdon. This quaint shop was once a pharmacy, but it has been turned into a popular soda, sandwich, and ice cream shop that is popular with both locals and visitors to Abingdon. There is plenty of outdoor seating at Ellis Soda Shoppe and Grille where your dog can join you for a delicious scoop of ice cream or a juicy burger.
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