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Dog Areas in Farmville

4 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
3 Groomers
Farmville is a small city in the counties of Prince Edward and Cumberland. This small town has the Appomattox River running through it, perfect for your water-loving dog, and offers a 30-mile long trail throughout one of the town's state parks you can explore. With one veterinarian in town, you don't have to worry about Fido's health while you're out exploring.

Check out the Grove Street Park with your four-legged friend. The park is filled with trees to give you shade, plus there is a playground, picnic tables, and restrooms for owners to use. The park is open every day from dawn until dusk and has a great paved walking path around the park that you and Fido can use for a good walk. 

Grab a bite to eat with your dog at Buffalo Wild Wings. They offer an array of different wing sauces, ranging in heat levels, plus burgers and salads. You can enjoy your meal on their dog-friendly outdoor patio where Fido will be drooling over your delicious looking meal.

If you need a place to rest, check into the Days Inn Farmville with your dog. They welcome your pup to spend the night with you and get a good rest before exploring more of Farmville together.

Your pup will love being in Farmville and seeing all the amazing amenities the town has to offer. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Farmville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 292/sq mi

    #1 W 3rd St / Fairgrounds Rd

    48
    The Wilck's Lake Park is a beautiful park to go and visit with your dog. The park has tons of amenities for you and your pup including numerous playground, a grass area for fetch, soccer fields, restrooms, and a covered picnic area. The park is covered in trees to help provide shade, and if you and Fido need to cool down, head over to the lake itself. The High Bridge Trail State Park is another fantastic park to go to if you and your dog are looking for a good hike together. The 1,206-acre park is open from dawn until dusk and primarily caters to hikers, and also offers a picnic area and restrooms.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 84/sq mi

    #2 Town Center

    36
    If Fido is itching to get off leash, check out the Dr. Erica Geary Dog Park. This beautiful dog park is separated into two areas, one for large dogs and one for small. There is grass throughout the park that Fido can roll on, as well as benches for owners, clean up stations, and plenty of trees to help give you both shade. If your dog doesn't feel like socializing, there is a great paved walking path around the dog park that you two can use. Make sure to bring water along to the dog park since none is provided for you. After a fun day at the park, head over to Uptown Cafe to grab a bite to eat with your pup. This delicious restaurant serves American-style fare with a menu that includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Their dog-friendly patio is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat with your dog.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 172/sq mi

    #3 Hampden Sydney / Hampden-Sydney College

    24
    The Prince Edwards-Gallion State Forest is a beautiful park to go and explore with your furry pal. The park sits along a lake where Fido can splash around in the water and cool down. There are numerous benches around the lake to relax on, and plenty of trees for shade. Take a hike through the forest on the different trails that sprawl throughout the park and get a good walk in. Remember to keep your dog on a leash and pay attention to signs since there are some areas Fido can't go. Located in Burkeville, and only fifteen miles out of Farmville, your pup will love his adventure in this park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 185/sq mi

    #4 Cumberland

    12
    The Cumberland State Forest is an amazing 16,233-acres that your dog will love exploring. The forest is home to four lakes, a picnic area, and numerous hiking trails that you and your pup can use for a walk. The park is open from dawn until dusk daily, giving you enough time to explore with your dog. Make sure when you are visiting to keep your dog on a leash and pay attention to areas your dog isn't allowed in. Located in Cumberland, and only fifteen miles out of Farmville, your dog won't mind the small car ride to check out this great forest with you.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 46/sq mi

    #5 Rice

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    Head over to the Sailor's Creek Battlefield State Park for an amazing day out with Fido. The park offers amazing hiking trails that you and your dog can go explore, but make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you do so. There are threes trails to choose from; Kershaw trail is .8-miles long and will take you to Sailor's Creek, The Custis Lee Trail is also .8-miles long, and the Marshall's Crossroads is .2-miles long. All these trails are great for first-time hikers since they aren't far in distance. Located in Rice, and only seven miles out of Farmville, your dog won't mind the short car ride.
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