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Dog Areas in Brookneal

7 Parks
20 Shops
5 Eateries

Brookneal, Virginia is a historic locale nestled on the scenic Staunton River. Patrick Henry, one of America's Founding Fathers, retired here in Brookneal after establishing a ferry crossing connecting this area to surrounding towns in Virginia. As time went on, Brookneal became a textile mill city. Just about everyone was connected to the mill in some way or another.

The mill has since shut down, and this cozy town is a little quieter these days than it used to be, but don't let that deter you! The Staunton River is what makes it an amazing place to vacation with your dog, and you'll find many dog-friendly things to do right in town.

The Staunton River is the ultimate doggie destination. Whether you want to take your dog for a boat ride or you love to hike, this is the place to come. There are camping spots along the way, and it's also a prime spot for fishing. 

Camp Hat Creek is a family-friendly opportunity that will allow you and your best furry friend to explore and enjoy the area. There are trails that are marked where you can learn about the flora and fauna that call this spot home. There is a strict leash law here, but your pup is welcome to camp with you.

Brookneal, Virginia is the pawfect place for pups and people who love small-town living!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brookneal

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 42/sq mi

    #1 Appomattox River

    Want to take an un-fur-gettable riverside stroll with your best puppy pal? Head to Farmville, where you'll find The High Bridge, which stands 125 feet above the Appomattox River. The High Bridge Trail, which leads up to the bridge, stretches for 32 miles and is easy and paved. The High Bridge itself was a key point during the Civil War; both the Union and Confederate Armies attempted to destroy it to prevent access to the river. Today, this former battleground is a peaceful, dog-friendly walking trail with barktastic views of the Virginian countryside. Be sure to bring a leash and drinking water, and don't forget to snap some pics! This is about half an hour from Brookneal.
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    Population Density 437/sq mi

    #2 Rivermont

    The Corner at Rivermont is a Southern-style restaurant in the Rivermont neighborhood of Lynchburg where you can bring your dog with you to chow down. This Fido-friendly spot has an outdoor patio that is covered and large enough for your dog to lounge on. The wait staff will even greet your pup with a bowl of water! The fare is Southern comfort food, like Creole dishes and country fried steak. All dogs must remain on a leash at all times and must mind their manners. This is a great spot to take your precious pooch out for a doggie lunch or dinner date!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 437/sq mi

    #3 Tate Springs


    If you and your hound are feeling the extra pounds after a hearty meal at any of Lynchburg's dog-friendly restaurants, walk off those extra calories on the James River Heritage Trail. You can access this 9-mile, paved trail system from Black Water Creek Natural Area. Along this trail system, you'll find many shorter trails where you can strike out on your own and choose the length of your adventure. Bring your own drinking water. This is a leash-only trail. You are responsible for your pup while on the trail, so be sure to bring doggie waste bags. Along the trail, you will also find multiple plaques where you can learn more about the history of the area.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 686/sq mi

    #4 Lakeside

    The Lynchburg Dog Park within the Blackwater Creek Athletic Area is a furrific off-leash park that's adored by the locals. This park provides everything you and your hound might need, including water, waste disposal items, shaded seating, and two separate areas for small and large breeds. This is the perfect place to let your dog off-leash to sniff out some new friends! Note that all first-time visitors at the dog park must read the rules, which can be found on the park's official website. The park is free to use, but your dog must be licensed in the city or county in which you reside.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 50/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    The Babcock House is a turn-of-the-century inn that has been renovated into a beautiful restaurant and hotel. While dogs aren't allowed inside, the restaurant does have eight dog-friendly tables where you can dine with your dog and enjoy shrimp and grits or fried green tomatoes. The Babcock is located in the historic town of Appomattox, which is less than thirty miles from Brookneal. You can come and enjoy the rustic feel of this hotel without a reservation any day of the week. Just make sure to bring a leash, collapsible water bowl, and plenty of doggie waste bags with you.
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