German settlers were the first to cohabit Lovettsville, Virginia with the Native Americans. The settlement then became a popular stop along the Potomac River. During the Civil War, Lovettsville became somewhat of a hub for supplies. Today, it's a small, charming town that's rich with history.
This history has survived in probably one of the most unexpected ways. The Lovettsville Community Park is a project designed to preserve the town's history while giving the whole family a place to relax and spend time together. You can bring your dog to this 93-acre park to explore the living history exhibits. There are trails that lead throughout the park, which you can enjoy as long as your dog stays on a leash. Or, if you're looking for some off-leash playtime, you can make a beeline for the fenced dog park!
If you are looking for a place to stay in Lovettsville with your dog, then you should definitely check out the Stone Manor. It is a full-service bed and breakfast that welcomes canine guests with open arms. The pet-friendly rooms are limited, and some breed restrictions apply. It is best to call at least a month ahead to book your stay.
Lovettsville is a beautiful community that loves its human residents almost as much as it loves its dogs!