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Dog Areas in Mount Crawford

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Take a trip back in time in Mount Crawford! Situated deep in the Shenandoah Valley about 10 miles from Harrisonburg, the streets of this quiet little town are lined with charming historical homes, complete with shady porches and plenty of rocking chairs. Take a stroll down Main Street with your furry friend and window shop at the antique and specialty stores along the way. Should your pooch need to make a trip to the veterinarian, there’s an animal hospital in Mount Crawford to care for your four-legged friend.

Another furrific place to walk your dog in Mount Crawford is at Monger Park. There is a woofderful walking path that meanders next to the woods, and a creek flowing on the north side of this sports field complex. It’s a pleasant place for a jaunt with your leashed pooch!

There’s a tail wagging good time to be had at the fur-iendly CrossKeys Vineyards. Leashed dogs are welcome at this 150-acre vineyard in Mount Crawford. Grab a table with your pup at the tasting room’s patio, and enjoy fine wines and spectacular views of the Shenandoah Valley.

Mount Crawford’s character and fur-iendly attractions make it a woofderful spot to live or visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mount Crawford

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    Population Density 985/sq mi

    #1 West Bridgewater

    Visit the West Bridgewater neighborhood for pawsome parks with furrific walking trails! Just three miles from Mount Crawford in Bridgewater, you and your leashed pooch will have a blast exploring the 10-acre Wildwood Park. This woofderful open space is located on the North River, and has a long foot bridge that extends over the water for a beautiful birds eye view of the river below. There is tons of grassy lawn, shady trees and a .3-mile walking path dotted with interpretive learning signs. Wildwood Park also has a playground, picnic tables, barbecues and restrooms. Bridgeview Park is another furrific park in this neighborhood! This 2.58-acre green space has a quarter-mile walking trail with fitness stations along the way, and lots of grass for Fido to romp in.
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    Population Density 1,581/sq mi

    #2 Bridgewater

    Leash your furry friend and check out Bridgewater’s namesake neighborhood! This area is home to the town’s largest and most pawpular park, Oakdale Park. At 36 acres, there is plenty of room to roam and explore with your dog. There is a walking path, tons of mature trees, open grassy fields and picnic tables. Kiddos love this park’s two playgrounds, and both the young and young-at-heart will have fun playing a game at the horseshoe pits. For another nearby puptastic outdoor area, visit Edgebrier Park! This quarter-acre pocket park is packed with charm. There are inlaid game tables for backgammon or chess, and a fishing pier overlooking the North River. Relax on a bench with your faithful furry companion, and take in the peaceful sights and sounds of the water garden that includes a waterfall and decorative fish pond.
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    Population Density 5,910/sq mi

    #3 Central Harrisonburg

    Pups and their people flock to the Central Harrisonburg neighborhood, about 10 miles from Mount Crawford! It’s easy to see why this Harrisonburg area’s Purcell Park is a pawpular place for relaxing and exercising with dogs. There’s 67 acres of grassy rolling hills dotted with shady trees and a furrific walking path! Purcell Park also has a playground, covered picnic tables, restrooms and drinking fountains for both humans and dogs. The park’s walking path is a section of the one-mile Bluestone Trail that winds through the neighborhood - it’s a pawsome place to walk with your pooch and a great way to see this historical area. Just outside the park about a block off the trail, you and your pup can grab a bite to eat at Tutti Gusti Pizzaria, where leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor seating area.
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    Population Density 1,992/sq mi

    #4 East Harrisonburg

    If your dog is hankering for some off-leash fun, visit the East Harrisonburg neighborhood! There, you and your pup will have a blast romping and playing at the Smithland Road Dog Park, about 10 miles from Mount Crawford. This fully fenced-in off-leash park has an elongated shape, making it a pawsome stretch of land where your dog can race around in the grass with new furry friends! It’s also great for a game of fetch! Humans can take a load off on one of the many picnic tables or benches. For petite pooches under 30 pounds, there is a separate fenced-in area. There’s also plenty of mature trees and drinking water at this furrific Harrisonburg park.
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    Population Density 1,631/sq mi

    #5 Sunset Heights

    Just 10 miles from Mount Crawford, you and your pooch will love visiting Westover Park in the Sunset Heights neighborhood! This pawsome Harrisonburg park has 48 acres of beautiful manicured grass where you and your leashed dog can walk, play and maybe even pick up the scent of a squirrel! After you and your pup are tuckered out, grab a seat at a picnic table or lay out a blanket beneath one of the park’s many large, shady trees and relax. Westover Park also has a skate park, a 21-hole disc golf course, covered picnic tables and a playground where kiddos can burn off some energy too! For a refreshing treat after your trip to the park, check out nearby Greenberry’s Coffee and Tea, where pups are welcome on the patio.
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