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Dog Areas in Fredericksburg, VA

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Fredericksburg, Virginia is known for the Battle of Fredericksburg, but it should also be known for its love of dogs. Although there are only 28,000 people in town, it's estimated that there are more than 2,000 dogs living there. That means there are plenty of dog-friendly places in Fredericksburg like parks, restaurants, and hotels.

If you like hiking, check out Mott’s Run Reservoir, which is a popular 860-acre park with eight different trails for all skill levels. The marked trails run in the woods around the 160-acre lake and has babbling brooks, footbridges, and lots of wildlife. There are park amenities like picnic tables, benches, playgrounds, BBQ grills, restrooms, and drinking fountains for your convenience.

Hungry yet? Happy Endings Bar & Grill on Princess Anne Street serves amazing fish tacos that you and Fido will both love. Castiglia's on William Street has the best pizza, and they will serve your pup a huge meatball and water free of charge. The Home Team Grill on Jefferson Davis Highway has Major League Nachos are well-known in Fredericksburg with three kinds of cheese, jalapenos, and salsa.

Ready for bed? The Country Inn, Holiday Inn Express, and Days Inn allow dogs and are all on Jefferson Davis Highway. Off the beaten track; Best Western on Plank Road and Towneplace Suites on Market Street love dogs too. Enjoy your stay in Fredericksburg.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fredericksburg, VA

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    Population Density 2,774/sq mi

    #1 Fredericksburg


    Fredericksburg is a bustling area with plenty to do for dogs and dog owners alike! Nestled in the center of the neighborhood is Kenmore Park, a beautiful green stretch with plenty of room to run and lots of natural area to explore. For those dogs who need space to be themselves, this park plays host to the Fredericksburg Dog Park. This fenced in area allows dogs to roam off leash and work away all that excess energy, all while meeting other dogs and having fun! Seasonal water will run through this park, allowing dogs access to it. Remember to bring your dog park tags from City Hall, as they’re required for entry!

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    Population Density 2,482/sq mi

    #2 Chatham


    If you’re looking for a dog friendly area, look no further than the Chatham neighborhood! This lovely area lays claim to Saint Clair Brooks Park, a lush green area fed by the Rappahannock River. Walking trails loop through this scenic park, offering a myriad of natural views on your daily stroll with your pup. Follow the trails south enough and you’ll run into John Lee Pratt Park, connected by the same river and host to its own small variety of trails for a change of scenery. Roads do run through this park, so watch for passing traffic when you’re out and about.

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    Population Density 3,711/sq mi

    #3 White Oak


    White Oak is a lovely, dog friendly neighborhood that welcomes dog owners of all kinds. This neighborhood is home to McDuff Green Park, a beautiful lush area that surrounds a pond populated by waterfowl, and is also right up against the Rappahannock River. Walking trails, both rough and concrete, wind through the most scenic areas of this park so you’re certain to gain a full experience from it. Also in this park is the Duff Dog Park, with three fenced in, off leash areas and plenty of shade from the sun during those hotter days. All areas have agility equipment, toys, and easy access to water!

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    Population Density 1,893/sq mi

    #4 Stafford Avenue


    Stafford Avenue is a lovely neighborhood with easy access to the freeway. Located at the south end of this area is Alum Spring Park, a beautiful spot that’s the perfect place to take your pup on your daily strolls. Following Greenbrier Drive, you’ll run into the Virginia Central Railway Trail, which actually travels far outside the neighborhood for those who really need to stretch their legs. The trail passes by a main highway, so remember to be aware of passing cars and keep your pup on a leash at all times. This park and trail are sure to be a tail wagger for your favorite furry friend!

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    Population Density 1,113/sq mi

    #5 Salem Run


    If you’re looking for a great place to take your dog, look no further than Salem Run. This neighborhood is home to Harrison Road Park, a lovely green area that is the perfect place to take your pup for a stroll anytime during daylight hours. If your puppy is craving some dog on dog interaction, you can head on down to Paws Pose & Play that’s located right off Salem Run Boulevard. This establishment offers a puppy playtime every Saturday morning, so your pup will have the chance to make lots of friends! They also offer photography and dog training. With so much to do, your pooch will never be bored again!

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