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Dog Areas in Clifton, VA

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Clifton is a tiny town in the northeastern tip of Virginia with a population of around 300 people. Although Clifton itself is small, it's only six miles from Centreville and Fairfax, which are bigger cities in Virginia. There are many outdoor points of interest in and around Clifton, including beautiful parks, trails, and golf courses. Clifton has several densely forested areas, single-family homes, and plenty of land developed for equine use. While it may be a good town to be a horse owner, it's also a good place for dogs and dog owners to live, and there's so much to do.

When you're not exploring the great outdoors in Clifton, stop in for a bite at Trummer's on Main. This upscale, farm-to-table restaurant is right in the heart of the town, and they serve dishes like rabbit terrine, shrimp and grits, and pan-seared wahoo from their lunch and dinner menus. Trummer's has two outdoor tables that are dog-friendly, so you don't have to leave your dog at home while you dig into a delicious meal. When you're done your meal, you can get back to checking out all the other dog-friendly activities in and around the town of Clifton.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clifton, VA

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    Population Density 4,262/sq mi

    #1 Central

    Twenty-two minutes away in nearby Vienna, Virginia, is the pawsome Vienna Dog Park. This dog park has five-foot fences surrounding it as well as a double-gated entry system to make sure your dog is safely contained at all times. There is shade throughout the park courtesy of the many beautiful mature trees at the park, as well as seating and water for both dogs and humans. If your dog likes parks with more to do than just run around, they're in luck! The Vienna Dog Park has agility and obstacle equipment including a ramp, hurdles, and hoops.
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    Population Density 1,598/sq mi

    #2 West Woodbridge

    Woodbridge, Virginia is just over a 20-minute drive from Clifton, and on the western side of the city, there's a place called K9 Gunner Dog Park in Prince William County. This dog park has a section reserved for small dogs, plenty of trees and shade, seating, picnic tables, trash cans, waste bags, and even agility equipment. The community takes great pride in maintaining this dog park and keeping it clean so that everyone can enjoy it. If you'd like, you can even buy a special brick with your dog's name on it, and the money goes toward maintaining the park.
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    Population Density 3,065/sq mi

    #3 West Springfield

    The South Run Dog Park is just fifteen minutes away from Clifton in Springfield, Virginia. This large dog park doesn't separate dogs by size, but there is plenty of room for all dogs to play and have fun. There are water bowls throughout the park, but guests are reminded to bring their own water because there isn't a water source at the park. South Run Dog Park does have lots of agility equipment, toys, and balls to chase. Dogs must be licensed to visit this park, and occasionally animal control stops by, so make sure your dog is properly licensed and wearing their tags when you visit.
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    Population Density 789/sq mi

    #4 West Chantilly

    Rock Hill District Dog Park is located in Chantilly, Virginia and it's only a 20-minute drive from Clifton. This spacious park has a separate area for small dogs as well as a very large area for all dogs to play together. While there are water bowls at this park, it doesn't have a water source, so visitors usually bring jugs to fill the bowls, but bring your own in case they're empty. Rock Hill District Dog Park is a pawpular spot in the community, and both you and your dog are sure to meet new friends here.
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    Population Density 3,082/sq mi

    #5 Annandale

    Annandale is a city in Virginia with a population of over 43,000, and it is only a half-hour drive from Clifton. In central Annandale, there's a dog park called the Mason District Dog Park, and Rover is going to love it! This large park isn't divided into sections, so all dogs play together here. There are plenty of toys and balls to entertain the dogs, and this park also has high fences and a double-gated entry system. Like many of the parks in the area, this dog park has water bowls, but no water source, so make sure you bring your own.
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