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Dog Areas in Hayes

Hayes is a community in Gloucester County, Virginia that around 15,000 people call home. Due to its proximity to the ocean and Virginia Beach, many people call Hayes home only temporarily, as it's a popular vacation destination. There are several shopping centers in Hayes which makes it one of the largest commercial centers in Gloucester County. Not only is Hayes a good spot to vacation and shop, it's also a nice place to be a dog owner! There isn't an off-leash dog park directly in Hayes, but there are nice parks for on-leash walks as well as off-leash parks in surrounding towns. 

Woodville Park is a recreational hub in Hayes that's constantly changing and improving. This dog-friendly park welcomes dogs if they're on a leash, and Woodville Park also occasionally hosts Doggie Fun Days where owners and their dogs get together to socialize at the park. Woodville Park also has sports fields, nature trails, and gardens, and fundraising is also underway to add an all-inclusive playground to the park. This 100-acre park is also where several community events are hosted throughout the year, so there's always something going on. If an off-leash dog park is more your speed, there are several great dog parks just a short drive from Hayes!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hayes

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    Population Density 2,083/sq mi

    #1 Riverview

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    Newport News is a city in Virginia with a population of more than 180,000 people, and it's only about 15 miles from Hayes. The community of Riverview is located in western Newport News, and it's also home to the Fido Field Dog Park, which opened in 2006. This dog park includes a one-acre area for big dogs and another area for small dogs that sits on 1/8 of an acre. Within the park, you'll find water stations for humans and dogs, covered seating areas, and waste disposal items. To visit this park, you must register your dog, and that includes paying a $10 annual fee.
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    Population Density 4,422/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Hampton

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    Hampton, Virginia is a city about 20 miles south of Hayes, and in Downtown Hampton, you'll find the Ridgeway Dog Bark Park. This dog park has undergone a recent renovation, and it includes a six-foot fence surrounding the big dog area, and a four-foot fence surrounding the small dog area. Ridgeway Dog Bark Park has water stations throughout both the big and small dog areas, some agility equipment, and gazebos with seating. In the summer, there are wading pools set up to keep dogs cool. Like most Virginia dog parks, a registration fee is required before you can become a member of this park.
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    Population Density 2,602/sq mi

    #3 North Williamsburg

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    Williamsburg is a city in Virginia with a population of more than 15,000 people, and it's just west of Hayes. In the northernmost part of Williamsburg, there's a place called the Waller Mill Dog Park that both you and your dog will enjoy. There are separate areas for big and small dogs, and the big dog section even includes some agility equipment. Waller Mill Dog Park is a 1.5-acre space that also contains lots of seating for owners, and plenty of trees to provide shade for hot days. This dog park is part of a larger community park that also includes playgrounds, hiking trails, and picnic areas. Before visiting the dog park, you're required to pay an annual membership fee.
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    Population Density 1,516/sq mi

    #4 Hampton Roads Center

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    In the western quadrant of Hampton, Virginia, there's a neighborhood called Hampton Roads Center, and this is where the Sandy Bottom Bark Park is located. This 3/4-acre dog park is part of the Sandy Bottom Nature Park, which is an excellent spot for dogs of all sizes to play together in an off-leash environment. The surface of this dog park is primarily wood chips, and visitors love how clean the park is and how friendly the visitors are. First-time visitors to the Bark Park must first register with park staff, as well as provide proof of city registration and vaccinations.
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    Population Density 353/sq mi

    #5 Smithfield

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    Smithfield is an area of around 8,000 people in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, and it's 30 miles south of Hayes. In northwestern Smithfield, there's a place called the Windsor Castle Dog Park, and it features two separate sections, both with double-gated entry systems. One section of the dog park is free for anyone to use, and the other side requires purchasing either an annual membership or a daily visitor pass. There is rustic agility equipment in the park where your dog can show off his special skills, and there's also a water source for thirsty pets. If your pup gets a little messy at the dog park, there are even dog wash stations to clean them up!
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