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Another fantastic city for history buffs, you will enjoy a visit in Manassas, Virginia. You and your pet have many options when choosing how to spend a day out together.

Not only does Manassas National Battlefield Park do regular war reenactments, but they allow dogs on their property. While your pet may not be able to join you in the museum or other indoor attractions, there are several hiking and walking trails that your pet will love to sniff around. The nearly 5-mile hike will be a perfect day out, especially in the spring or fall when there is more scenery to be seen in the lush forests.

After a day learning about Manassas’ historical significance, you will be tired out and needing a room. Luckily, there are multiple options. Candlewood Suites is a fantastic choice; they provide clean and modern rooms, and you can stay for a few nights or an extended stay if needed. Best of all, they allow your pet to stay tucked in right with you.

When it’s time to eat, check out the Foster’s Grille or the Philadelphia Tavern. Foster’s Grille is a pub-like restaurant that serves tasty burgers, wings, ribs, and much more. Philadelphia Tavern is, of course, Philly-inspired and offers cheesesteaks and craft beers. Both serve delicious meals and welcome your well-behaved pet outside on their patios.

Manassas is quite educational for you, and full of interesting sights and smells for your pet. It is a very welcoming city, and you will enjoy spending time with your furry friend.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Manassas

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    Population Density 3,764/sq mi

    #1 Wellington


    The Wellington neighborhood in Manassas offers you and your pooch a great time at the local mulch-covered Merrifield Garden Center Dog Park. Spacious and full of (partly nibbled on) tennis balls, your pup will have loads of opportunities to run around or play a game of fetch. On site are reused grocery bags to pick up Fido’s droppings, and shareable dog water bowls to keep your pooch hydrated. While your pup is off playing with other fur-iends, you can relax under the tree with a book or enjoy a snack at one of the many picnic tables.

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    Population Density 6,138/sq mi

    #2 Sudley

    Ideally located next to the Manassas National Battlefield Park, Sudley offers the best overnight dog-friendly stay in town. If you are in Manassas with your pup for a short weekend, the nearby Residence Inn by Marriott Manassas and Comfort Suites Manassas offers comfortable pet-friendly rooms for an additional small fee. For a more budget-friendly alternative, Red Roof PLUS+ is just a paw away and offers bark-friendly rooms at no extra cost. If the battlefield is a bit intimidating, try out the nearby Bull Run Regional Park, which offers over a thousand acres that includes a water park, campgrounds, trails, and lots of outdoor space to explore. Keep your pup and leash and enjoy that sights!
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    Population Density 6,154/sq mi

    #3 Manassas Park

    Located just behind the Manassas Park Community Center sits the Manassas Park Dog Park. Come and enjoy the park’s fenced in grassy areas where your pup can stretch his legs off-leash and make new pawsome pals. The dog park features two separate play areas for large and small pups, where you can find spigots for drinking water and filling pools in each. Be sure to pick up after sir-poops-a-lot before leaving. Be sure to have your dog’s vaccinations up to date, as they are required to enter the park. If you are in Manassas often, don’t miss out on the plethora of events that take place at this dog park.
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    Population Density 4,123/sq mi

    #4 Manassas City Center


    For the foodies out there, head to the Manassas City Center for a plethora of drool-worthy restaurants that offer pup-friendly patios. Among them, Grounds Central Station is particularly well-known for its all-day breakfast, hot and cold coffee drinks, and ice cream sundaes. Of course they welcome four-legged friends at their outdoor seating area so you can enjoy the view (and smells) together. After recharging at one of the local eateries, cross the street and you’ll find yourself in Baldwin Park. This pet-friendly green space offers a playground, benches, a picnic area, and a nice garden path.

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    Population Density 5,685/sq mi

    #5 Bull Run

    When heading to or from the National Battlefield Park, you will likely cross through the Bull Run neighborhood. And pup, you’re in luck! This neighborhood boasts plenty of convenient food and sleeping options. A Deli Italian Food is a local restaurant featuring Italian specialties. Order from their hearty menu to go or dine on site with your pup at any of the four outdoor pet-friendly tables. Just around the corner is another dog-friendly restaurant, the California Tortilla. Beware: tourists and Manassas locals are often found here munching on delicious burritos, nachos, tacos, and more! Take a seat at any of the Fido-friendly areas, however make sure to tie up your pup briefly while you go inside to order.
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