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Dog Areas in Marion, VA

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1 Trail
2 Shops
1 Eatery
1 Groomer
Named after Revolutionary War officer Francis Marion, the quaint Town of Marion boasts a pupload of cultural and historical things to do. Historic Marion is nestled in the "heart of the highlands," so your pup is just a woof away from barktastic outdoor adventure! Whether for business, living, or pleasure, Marion has something to offer for every pup. If your furry pal is feeling out of sorts while in town, the Smyth County Animal Hospital is available Tuesday through Saturday.


Residents love to live and play in Marion for a pawful of reasons, but one is the community parks that sprinkle the town with a bit of magic. Leash up your pup and wag to the tranquil Riverbend Park to discover it for yourself. Unwind as you and Fido stroll alongside the babbling creek that flows through the park's six acres. Pack a light picnic or bring a book, and relax over at the shady pavilion and park benches. Fido is welcome to get his paws wet in the stream on a hot summer's day! 

The Marion Recreation Department in town features a community town pool for kiddoes and families to enjoy. Your pup is welcome on the Recreation Department's grassy grounds to explore on paw and visit the ducks. 

Marion offers an abundance of pawtastic activities to enjoy with your faithful Fido. Leash up and head over to this magical little puptown today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marion, VA

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    Population Density 1,355/sq mi

    #1 Central Marion

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    The Central Marion neighborhood offers doggoes a furrific time exploring the Civitan Park with their owners. Conventiently located at the heart of Marion, Civitan Park is just a quick in-town getaway where you can take your Fido to get some fresh air. The park is well-kept and maintained with a scenic, tranquil setting that's pawptimized in the fall season when the leaves change color. Although this park isn't busy, you can expect to meet other doggoe owners walking their pups, so make sure to keep your Fido on a leash at all times. You and your pooch will have a great time at the natural Civitan Park!
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    Population Density 1,903/sq mi

    #2 N Main St

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    Get some much-need rest and rejuvenation in Marion at pup-friendly hotels. The N Main St neighborhood has two pawtastic places to sleep where Fido is not just accepted, but welcome! Whether you're traveling for business or play, Marion has got what you need. The Econo Lodge and Americans Best Value Inn offer you and your pup clean, comfortable rooms at an affordable rate. The Econo Lodge is the best pawption for owners on a budget, as there is no fee for bringing Fido (of any size) along. Americas Best Value Inn charges a small fee and accepts pups up to 75 lbs. No matter where you decide to check-in for the night, Fido will just be happy to snooze along next to you!
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    Population Density 756/sq mi

    #3 Seven Mile Ford

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    Hungry for some grub? The Seven Mile Ford neighborhood located slightly west of downtown Marion offers you and Fido delicious hand-dipped corn dogs! Dipped and fried to perfection, your Fido will be drooling all over one of the five pet-friendly tables outside. Pups with a sweet tooth will love the Dip Dog Stand's frozen delight menu, such as custards, ice creams, and shakes! The Dip Dog Stand is open everyday of the week so make sure to stop by this must-have corn dog pitstop! Ate too much to continue your travels? Luckily for you, the pup-friendly Budget Inn Marion is just around the corner and offers puptastic rooms and even better rates. A small fee is charged for pets under 30 lbs.
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    Population Density 18/sq mi

    #4 Park Blvd

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    Bark it up over at the Park Boulevard neighborhood in northern Marion, where you and your pup will be exploring abound in the wooftacular Hungry Mother State Park! This much-loved park is known for its scenic lake and wooflands. Immerse yourselves in the legend and folklore of Hungry Mother which recounts the woeful tale of a mother and child. This State Park offers owners and their pups to come swim, rent a cabin or camp under the starry sky. There's no better time to explore the Great Outdoors than now! Leash up your pup and bring a few supplies to stay the weekend in Hungry Mother State Park. You won't regret it!
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    Population Density 26/sq mi

    #5 Sugar Grove Hwy

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    Wag your tails south of Marion to explore the barktacular Mt. Rogers Recreational Area located in the Sugar Grove Hwy neighborhood. Explore on paw the breathtaking views of Mt. Roger and the surrounding 191,000 acres of mountain majesty. Dozens of trails are up for discovering here in the Mt. Roger Recrational Area, including hikes to the peak of Mt. Rogers. Make sure to pack a day bag or weekend backpack and dive into the barktacular outdoor activities. Camping grounds and cabins sprinkle the mountain range, giving you a chance to rest at any occasion. Go fish or swim in the area's two lakes and streams, and keep an eye out for wildlife sightings! You both will have a woofderful time exploring the wonderland that is Mt. Rogers Recreational Area!
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