The unincorporated community of Bumpass near Lake Anna is a rapidly growing area. There are some outdoor recreational opportunities within a 20-mile radius of town. When you need veterinary services for your four-footed friend, you'll find a clinic in Montpelier, about 13.6 miles south of here.
A pawesome place to let your pooch play off-leash is the Louisa County Bark Park in Greater Mineral. This fenced facility is about 11.6 miles northwest of town. Before you come, make sure Spot has current vaccinations. You'll need to bring water with you.
There's a local park where you can enjoy one-on-one time with Spot. Go to Buckner-Bumpass Park off Bumpass Road and explore the outdoors together. The 18-acre facility has a playground, a walking path, and picnic facilities. Hike among the trees or play in the open field with your pooch.
Another spot where you and your furry friend can exercise outdoors is Poor Farm Park, about 21 miles southeast of here. You'll find multiple athletic fields, a playground, some trails, and a picnic area in the facility. Dogs must be controlled on a lead while visiting this public property. Have waste bags with you.
Bumpass offers access to a variety of recreational opportunities in the area.