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Dog Areas in Fairfax, VA

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There are 6,592 households with pets out of the 23,973 individuals living in Fairfax, Virginia. This means that just over 12,000 pets live in the city of Fairfax, and to keep all those animals and their owners happy there are plenty of dog parks in the area. The following are the top three dog parks in Fairfax.

Blake Lane Dog Park on Blake Lane has two open areas with no gates and one closed area. A well-established group of trees provide a nice amount of shade and watering stations in various areas around the park keep Fido hydrated after runabouts. Daniel’s Run Park, located on Tedrich Boulevard, has a wooded area, small stream, plenty of hiking trails, and a really cool playground. The Ashby Pond Conservatory Site on Ashby Road is on four acres and has a natural pond, picnic tables, and a walking trail.

There are also some great restaurants you can enjoy with Fido in the city of Fairfax. Woody's Ice Cream on North Street plays oldies on the radio and has tables outside. They will even offer your fur baby a free dish of ice cream. At Bernie’s Delicatessen on Chain Bridge Road, they have outdoor tables, excellent sandwiches, and you can enjoy a beer or two. Courtside Thai is also on Chain Bridge road and has a huge assortment of Thai food with outdoor tables so your pets can eat with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fairfax, VA

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    Population Density 3,394/sq mi

    #1 Stonehurst


    Stonehurst is a beautiful area that’s surrounded by the gorgeous Towers Park. This green, natural spaces is host to a wide variety of walking trails to provide a plethora of different routes and scenic views. The park is surrounded by a main highway on both the northern and southern end, so it’s best to keep closer to the center if your pup is startled by ongoing traffic. The place isn’t fenced in, so remember to keep your dog on a leash at all times. Your furry friend will have an absolute blast exploring all this park has to offer!

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    Population Density 3,767/sq mi

    #2 Old Lee Hills


    Old Lee Hills is not only the perfect place for dogs, but for dog owners as well! This neighborhood is home to two sizable parks that both offer a variety of scenic walking trails for your viewing pleasure. Located to the south is Daniels Run Park, a beautifully landscaped area with natural woodland and trails winding through the best areas of the park. To the west of Daniels Run Park is Van Dyck Park, a lush place that connects to the bubbling Accotink Creek ,and has plenty of trails that loop through the main body of the park to provide a truly natural experience.

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    Population Density 5,072/sq mi

    #3 Fairfax City


    Get your grub on with your dog in tow in downtown Fairfax City. Bollywood Bistro offers contemporary Indian fare, and your pup is welcome to relax with you at one of their outdoor tables. Get the best of local wine and delicious food at Choices by Shawn, which not only offers vegetarian and gluten-free options, but also welcomes your dog on its wrap around porch. Burn off all those calories by a stroll or run through the sports fields in nearby Pat Rodio Park, when there’s not a game in session of course!

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    Population Density 3,394/sq mi

    #4 Mantua


    A lush and active area, Mantua is simply the place to be. At the northern edge of this neighborhood lays Mantua Park, a large and lush area that offers plenty of room for you and your four legged friends to explore. Trails run along the Accotink Creek, allowing you to view the steadily streaming river as you walk down the scenic path. Shade trees offer protection from the sun, and periodic benches are stacked around should you need to take a rest. Remember to keep your pup leashed at all times, as the park isn’t fenced in. Your dog is certain to have a blast!

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    Population Density 3,871/sq mi

    #5 Halstead Square


    Look no further than the Bark and Play Dog Run for a dog friendly and energetic experience.  Located in the Halstead Square neighborhood, this fenced in spot is a lovely little area with astroturf instead of grass. While not especially large, this place is host to many agility items to test your dog physically and mentally. There are benches for the owners, and water bowls readily available, so your pup won’t dehydrate while he’s out playing with friends. There’s no need for leashes here, but do remember to clean up after your pooch! Your pup will simply love you for taking him here.

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