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Dog Areas in Nokesville

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Farmland, rolling hills, lush hardwoods and beautiful homes is what you’ll find about an hour southwest of Washington D.C. in Nokesville. Although Nokesville is growing in residential development, this quaint community has still maintained its rural charm and friendly attitude. With shopping, businesses and amenities for pups and their people just a few miles away in the neighboring communities of Bristow and Manassas, it’s easy to see why people are moving to the Nokesville area! If your pooch needs to make a trip to the veterinarian, you’re in luck! There’s an animal clinic located in Nokesville to help your dog stay in tail-wagging condition.

Nokesville has a furrific park right in town where you and Fido can hang out! Nokesville Park is a pawpular spot with two miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails where leashed pups are welcome to get some exercise alongside their humans. On your walk, you’ll cross a babbling brook and make a loop through this big, beautiful wooded park. Nokesville Park also has a playground, athletic fields, an equestrian ring, restrooms and a picnic pavilion.

Looking for a fur-iendly eatery? Grab a burger or a hot dog just four miles up the road to Foster’s Grille in Bristow. Leashed dogs are welcome at the outdoor seating area!

With a large, scenic park and other nearby amenities for pups, Nokesville gets two paws up!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nokesville

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    Population Density 3,283/sq mi

    #1 New Bristow Village

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    How about a hike with a helping of history? Head to the New Bristow Village neighborhood, about four miles from Nokesville! History buffs and their pups love walking in this area’s Bristoe Station Battelfield Heritage Park. On your walk, you and your leashed dog can see original cabins and cannons, plus there are interpretive signs throughout the park that detail the Civil War battles that took place in and around the area. In addition to the interesting history lesson the park provides, it’s a beautiful natural area, too! There are big open grassy plains, verdant hardwood forests and a serene pond. It’s especially woofderful in the fall with the foliages’ changing colors. Pack drinking water for you and your pup!
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    Population Density 3,436/sq mi

    #2 New Castle Village

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    You and your pooch have two furrific trails to choose from in Bristow’s New Castle Village! About four miles from Nokesville, this neighborhood has some pawsome hiking on the two-mile Braemar Nature Trail that winds along the south bank of the Broad Run, the beautiful river that flows through Bristow. The gravel path is covered by a shady hardwood canopy, making it a cool place for a jaunt with your furry friend in warmer months. You and your dog will love the views of the river along the way and you might even run into some wildlife! For a longer walk, hit the Broad Run Trail on the north side of the river. This 3.5-mile stretch offers more similar views on a lengthier expanse of trail!
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    Population Density 3,730/sq mi

    #3 Balls Ford Rd/ Cushing Rd

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    For a pawsitively beautiful off-leash experience, visit Manassas’ Balls Ford Road/ Cushing Road neighborhood! About seven miles from Nokesville, this area is home to the Merrifield Garden Centre Dog Park, a unique and pawsome off-leash area located at a garden store! This garden center takes the phrase “dog friendly” to a whole new level, as dogs aren’t just allowed in the store, they even have their own dog park! Fido can romp, play and socialize in this fully enclosed area that features kiddie pools for hot days, Frisbees and tennis balls. There is a doggie waste cleanup station, community water bowls, plus benches for humans. After your dog has burned off some energy, head inside the store to see the impressive assortment of plants and flowers!
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    Population Density 6,956/sq mi

    #4 North Manassas Park

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    A tail-wagging good time is waiting for you and your four-legged friend in the North Manassas Park neighborhood, just seven miles from Nokesville! Check out the Manassas Park Dog Park, a large, fully fenced-in off-leash space where your pup can get some serious exercise and make new fur-iends! The park is a pawsome place for either a game of fetch or just some casual sniffing. There is a separate yard for small dogs, plus water spigots for filling bowls for thirsty pups and kiddie pools on warm days. There are trees, a doggie waste cleanup station and tons of soft grass for your pooch to roll around in!
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    Population Density 4,123/sq mi

    #5 Manassas City Center

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    Looking to share a truly muttropolitan experience with your pooch? Head to the Manassas City Center neighborhood! First stop, Baldwin Park. You and your dog will love walking through this big open grassy park and beneath the shade trees. There is woofderful picnic area, a playground and benches around the park where you can take in the view with your pup. Just outside the park, grab a tasty coffee and a panini or baked treat at Grounds Central Station and chow down at the quaint outdoor seating area. The nearby Philadelphia Tavern is another woofderful fur-iendly eatery with savory dishes and a pawsome patio.
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