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Dog Areas in Ashburn

21 Parks
4 Trails
6 Shops
32 Eateries

Located in Loudon County, Virginia, Ashburn is a small community that is part of the Washington metropolitan area. It is situated approximately 30 miles northwest of Washington, D.C., and it contains several major and minor subdivisions. Many residents of this community commute to Washington, D.C. for work due to its close proximity to the city. With homeowners making up most of the area’s population, it is a popular community among families. With 11 veterinarians in town, it is also a great place for healthy pets.

Whether you live close by or you are just passing through, make time to visit Ashburn Park with your canine companion. There you will find multiple playgrounds and picnic areas to enjoy with your entire family. There are also nature trails that meander through this peaceful, wooded park. The trails are easy enough for even your youngest family members to enjoy, and with plenty of parking, the park is sure to become a favorite.

If you are hungry, grab a bite to eat at Mediterranean Breeze. This local favorite serves up authentic Greek and Italian cuisine and welcomes dogs in their outdoor seating area. No matter what you and your canine companion are in the mood for, Ashburn has plenty to offer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ashburn

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    Population Density 4,988/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Ashburn


    When you are in the mood for authentic southern barbecue after a day’s adventure with your pup in Ashburn, head to downtown area and check out Carolina Brothers Pit Barbecue. This award-winning BBQ joint has seven Fido-friendly tables in their outdoor patio area and serves up unbeatable North Carolina-style favorites including smoked pork, pulled chicken sandwiches, ribs and beef brisket. All your BBQ favorites are served alongside homemade classic accompaniments like cornbread, baked beans, coleslaw and potato salad. They also bake up some amazing sweet treats, including pecan pie and apple pie, so be sure to save room for dessert!

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    Population Density 1,483/sq mi

    #2 East Ashburn

    If you are looking for more variety, visit the east side of Ashburn to discover several local restaurants that welcome doggy diners. Dine on delectable Japanese cuisine and sushi at Okada, or enjoy your favorite sandwich at Firehouse Subs. World of Beer, Bar Louie and Zoe’s Kitchen are also pup-ular choices. If you’re looking for something unique, check out Nando’s Peri-Peri Chicken. DC Prime Steaks is also close by, and this fine dining steakhouse and seafood establishment serves up some truly delicious cuisine like seasonal salads, oysters Rockefeller, lobster mac n’ cheese and a tomahawk ribeye topped with mouth-watering truffle butter.
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    Population Density 4,906/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Leesburg

    Just 7 miles north west of Ashburn lies the city of Leesburg. While you’re downtown, be sure to check out the Leesburg Dog Park at Olde Izaak Walton Park. This large park has a mulch surface and plenty of room for pups to run. The park is also located in close proximity to a number of trails, a lake and a creek that you and your pup can explore. Benches and picnic tables provide a place for pet parents to relax. This park does not have a source of running water, so remember to bring your own.
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    Population Density 789/sq mi

    #4 Lee Jackson Memorial HWY / Pleasant Valley Rd

    Just 16 miles south of Ashburn, you will find the city of Chantilly. The Lee Jackson Memorial Highway and Pleasant Valley Road neighborhood is home to the Rock Hill District Dog Park, a pup-ular off-leash park with separate areas for small dogs and large dogs. This large park has room for up to 90 dogs to run and play, and is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until one half-hour after sunset. This local favorite is well-maintained, but there is not a supply of running water. If you plan on visiting with your pup, remember to bring your own.
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    Population Density 4,562/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Vienna

    When your dog is in need of some off-leash playtime, head about 20 miles southeast to downtown Vienna, Virginia. This community is home to the pup-tastic Vienna Dog Park, the perfect place for your pooch to play and make new friends. This shady park is fully enclosed by a 5-foot fence for safe off-leash play, and has a soil and mulch surface. Doggy and human water fountains are available to keep you and your pet hydrated, and there is agility equipment for your canine companion to explore. If you plan on visiting this park, make note that all doggy visitors must be licensed by the Town of Vienna or Fairfax County, Virginia.
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