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Dog Areas in Bluemont

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Nestled at the base of the westernmost ridge of northern Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, the quiet village of Bluemont is as picturesque as it sounds. With roots dating back to the 1770s, this small town has been a longtime getaway destination for city dwellers in search of peace and quiet. With stunning mountain and valley views, hardwood forests and historical architecture, it’s easy to see why Washington D.C. residents make the 45-mile trip for a weekend away in Bluemont. Dog need to visit a doc? Bluemont also has an animal clinic to make sure your pooch stays in tip top shape.

The Raven Rocks Trail is a pawpular activity for pups and their people in Bluemont. Leash your pup and get ready for some exercise with four puptacular scenic overlooks along the way. The views of the woodlands, creeks, wild flowers and rock outcroppings are also furrific along this 5.5-mile moderate hike. 

You and Fido can get a true taste of the area when you visit the Bluemont Vineyard! Leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor areas of this woofderful vineyard that serves a full farm-to-table menu that pairs delightfully with their wines.

Beautiful scenery and fur-iendly attractions make Bluemont a pawsome place to be!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bluemont

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    Population Density 205/sq mi

    #1 Tranquility-Lickey Mill

    Leash your pup and explore a pawsome park in Round Hill’s Tranquility-Lickey Mill neighborhood! Just four miles from Bluemont, Franklin Park has 203 acres of rolling hills where you and Fido can frolic! You and your pup will enjoy the views of the Blue Ridge Mountains from the 3.5-mile walking path that winds around the perimeter of the park. There’s also a furrific fishing pond where waterfowl and wildlife are often spotted. Franklin Park also has a fenced-in playground area where kiddos can play, and plenty of mature trees where you and your pup can relax in the shade on warm days.
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    Population Density 3,337/sq mi

    #2 Loudoun Valley

    Looking for a place for a long walk with your dog? Visit Purcellville’s Loudoun Valley neighborhood, about seven miles from Bluemont. This area is the western genesis of the Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Trail, or “W&OD” as the locals call it. At 45 miles long, you and your leashed dog will have all the miles you need for some quality time and exercise. The paved, multiuse trail will take you through some woofderful scenery including stands of towering hardwoods, stretches of cherry blossom trees, farmland and residential areas. There are mile marker posts every half mile, too. Be sure to bring plenty of water for you and your dog. Access this pawesome trail at the Purcellville Train Depot in this neighborhood.
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    Population Density 3,162/sq mi

    #3 Central Berryville

    Check out a fun and relaxing community park in the Central Berryville neighborhood! About nine miles from Bluemont, Berryville’s Rose Hill Park is a picturesque park located in the heart of the historic downtown area. You and your leashed dog will love strolling on the walkway or in the lush grass as you take in the quaint hustle and bustle of charming Berryville. The views of the colorful historic Main Street buildings make this an extra fun place to walk, too. Bring a blanket and relax with your pup beneath the shade of one of the mature trees or explore the adorable gazeebo.
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    Population Density 1,001/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Berryville

    In search of some socialization for you pooch? Head to the Northwest Berryville neighborhood, about nine miles from Bluemont. Berryville’s Chet Monet Park is a pawpular place among locals for dog walking! You and your leashed dog are likely to make a few new canine friends on your walk through this woofderful community park. There is tons of open green grassy space, mature trees and a walking path that meanders around the outer edges of the park where you and your pup can stretch your legs. This park also has baseball fields, tennis courts, soccer fields and a huge playground for kiddos!
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    Population Density 1,392/sq mi

    #5 Stone Eden

    Although Hamilton’s Stone Eden neighborhood is full of houses, you’ll find a pawsome park tucked away behind stands of mature trees. About 10 miles from Bluemont, this neighborhood’s Hamilton Community Park is a furrific spot to hang out with your furry friend, especially if you have kiddos in tow. The park has tons of grassy lawn space perfect for playtime or a walk with your pup and your little ones, plus a large playground with tons of elements. Pack a picnic and make use of the woofderful covered picnic pavilion, or spread out a blanket under one of the shady trees and relax.
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