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Dog Areas in Purcellville

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Purcellville is a busy Virginia town that boasts plenty of beautiful 20th-century Victorian architecture and a lot to do both indoors and outside! Summers in Purcellville are hot, and winters are cold, but no matter the time of year, there is always something to do in Purcellville. Purcellville has a population of just under 10,000, but there are a handful of veterinarians in the city to keep the pets of those residents thriving.

Purcellville is located close to the Blue Ridge Mountains, and in many parts of the city, you will get excellent mountain views. One of these great places for taking in the picturesque mountains is at Breaux Vineyards. This winery is 404 acres, and there is tons of outdoor seating where leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners. Breaux Vineyards makes wine from 17 different kinds of grapes, all of which are worth trying! Once a year, Breaux Vineyards has Dog Day at Breaux where there is live music, food, and vendors selling different doggy goodies. Dogs and wine -- could it get any better than that? 

Purcellville is an enjoyable and accommodating place for dog owners where both you and Rover will love to live or stop in for a visit.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Purcellville

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    Population Density 1,306/sq mi

    #1 Central Purcelville

    The heart of Purcellville is a good spot to get started on the Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park Trail. This 45-mile trail is one of the most popular in the state, and it's a beautiful spot to walk your dog while enjoying Virginia's scenery. W&OD, as it is also known, was first built as a railway line in 1858, but by 1968 it was no longer being used. It was purchased in 1982 by the Northern Virginia Parks Association and added to a network of trails throughout America made by abandoned railway lines. This part of the trail takes you from sprawling farmlands to suburban neighborhoods, and you and Fido are sure to enjoy every step of it.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,906/sq mi

    #2 S King St/ Catoctin Cir SE

    Leesburg, Virginia is just a 15-minute drive from Purcellville, and it is also home to the Leesburg Dog Park at Olde Izaak Walton Park. This park is open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week and it has benches both inside and outside of the fencing, as well as drinking water for thirsty pooches. The park is surrounded by many beautiful trails so if you're looking to explore a little more after your time at the dog park, you and your dog can go for a walk along a trail and explore even more of Virginia's beautiful outdoors.
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    Population Density 789/sq mi

    #3 West Chantilly

    Chantilly, Virgina is a quick, 38-minute drive from Purcellville, and in west Chantilly, you'll find a dog park called Rock Hill District Dog Park. This popular spot has separate sections for dogs of different sizes, as well as drinking water and plenty of waste bags to help keep the park clean. Visitors to the Rock Hill Dog Park note how friendly all of the other visitors, both human and canine, are and love coming here to exercise and socialize their dogs. The park also has shade for hot days, benches for taking a break, and a whole lot of free parking.
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    Population Density 2,832/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Centreville

    Cub Run Stream Valley Park is a place like no other, and it can be found just forty minutes from Purcellville in Centreville, Virgina. This 800-acre wooded floodplain is an approximately 5-mile walk with plenty of paved trails as well as a large creek your dog will love to take a dip in! Much of the trail goes through residential neighborhoods, but as you get further in you will be surrounded by dense and lovely forest.  You and your pup will likely spot some wildlife, and if you're there in April, you will get to stop and sniff the bluebells as they bloom.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,782/sq mi

    #5 Ballenger Creek Center

    If you and your dog are up for a 43-minute drive, you will be rewarded with a super fun visit to the Ballenger Creek Dog Park in Frederick, Maryland. Your dog will love exploring this park, and they'll fit right in in either the big or small dog area. The park also has spots to enjoy the shade or the sun, as well as a water fountain for doggy drinking water and plenty of waste bags and bins. There are several trails behind the dog park, so if you're looking for an on-leash adventure with your dog after the off-leash park, check them out, too!
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