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Dog Areas in Goodview

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Goodview, Virginia is located in a rural area. There isn't much to do here, apart from visiting one of the wineries in town. There are no vet clinics in Goodview, but if you need some assistance keeping your pooch in good health, you'll find plenty of highly-rated vet clinics just a bone's throw away in Moneta and Vinton.

Looking for some dog-friendly fun? Roanoke is just 15 miles away and is full of pet, and family, friendly activities and opportunities to get some exercise. The Roanoke River trail is a twenty-five-mile trail that goes from Roanoke to Salem. The spectacular views are sure to take your breath away! Just remember to bring lots of water, because this trail is virtually untouched and there are no amenities along the way. 

Chestnut Ridge Trail in Roanoke is about five miles long. This loop trail is the most popular route in Roanoke, so it sees a lot of foot -- and paw! -- traffic. It's considered an easy trail which makes it pawfect for beginners. You're sure to meet other pet parents walking their dogs along the way!

Whether you're just visiting Goodview for its fantastic wineries, or you're lucky enough to call this quaint locale home, you're never far from dog-friendly fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Goodview

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,766/sq mi

    #1 Market Square

    The Fork in the Market, located in Roanoke, is one of the most dog-friendly places you will find. The wait staff will greet your dog with a bowl of water while you look over the menu. The best part is that this is a local restaurant that serves fresh selections from local farmers. Make sure that you ask what the special of the day is. You do have to keep your dog on a leash and next to you while you eat, but the tables are far enough apart that your dog will have plenty of room.
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 605/sq mi

    #2 Mill Mountain

    From the highest point on Mill Mountain to the Roanoke River, Mill Mountain Trail offers you the unique opportunity to see 500 acres of beautiful land and breathtaking views. Your dog will love this trail as it is often filled with other dogs. Dogs must be leashed, and you'll need to practice good petiquette and clean up after Fido. You will find picnic areas, restrooms, a playground, and plenty of room to play at the top of the mountain. Wear good shoes, and don't forget to bring some water -- you'll need it on this steep trail!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,676/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Roanoke

    Looking for some off-leash fun in Roanoke? Paw on over to Highland Dog Park, located in the heart of downtown. Kick back on the bench while Fido sniffs out some new furry friends, or bring a tennis ball and play some fetch! Drinking water is available, and waste baggies are supplied. Trash cans are located at the gate entrance, so you'll have everything you need for the pawfect day at the dog park! All you need to bring is plenty of energy to play. Make sure you keep your dog on a leash until you get inside the gate.
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 857/sq mi

    #4 Hanging Rock

    We love Rails-to-Trails! What's not to love about miles and miles of pet-friendly walking trails that lead down the former railbeds which once crisscrossed over America? Hanging Rock Battlefield Trail is just one of these furrific rail-trails! Bring your leash and put on some good walking shoes because this is going to be a day you will never forget. You will find historical markers, beautiful countryside, and lots of fresh air. You will want to carry plenty of water and maybe even lunch, because once you get here, you may want to stay awhile!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,452/sq mi

    #5 Thrasher Park


    If you want a space for your dog that has plenty of grass, paw on over to Thrasher Park! Here, you'll find the pawfect dog park just waiting for Fido to come and frolic. This park isn't the largest at just one acre, but that's plenty of room for pups! There are water stations with clean, fresh water, and the cleaning stations are fully stocked. The rules are simple. No food -- of the dog or human variety! -- allowed in the fence. No kids can play in the fence. Leave your leash on your dog until they get in the gate and the gate is closed.

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  6. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 350/sq mi

    #6 Indiana Street

    Salem is a little further afield at 25 miles from Goodview, but the drive is well worth it if you're searching for a furrific dog park nearby. The Salem Rotary Dog Park is the pawfect place to come and spend an hour -- or the whole day! -- with your dog. It is a large open space with double enclosures for different sized dogs. There are two water stations, and you can find doggie waste bags throughout the park. There's plenty of parking available, and the dog park is free and open to the public.
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