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Dog Areas in Ridgeway, VA

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Home to the Martinsville Speedway NASCAR racetrack, Ridgeway, Virginia is a town that you and your peppy puppy should be racing to visit! Not only does Ridgeway have that smiling Southern charm that’s ready to welcome pooches and people alike, but the many parks and walking trails in the surrounding area mean this quaint township is the perfect place for wondrous walkies. The many veterinary clinics in the vicinity are there to make sure your barking bestie is as happy as can be!

If you’ve got a congenial canine who’s up to date on all his vaccines and you’re looking for some off-leash fun with the locals, then be sure to check out Henry County SPCA Dog Park. For a small annual fee, you can make the most of this open space that includes a walking trail for you and your furry friend to explore. If you want to see how sprightly Spot is, then try out the agility course on-site, too. 

Make the short journey across state lines to Mayodan, NC and you’ve got Mayo River State Park waiting to give you and your pup the pawfect day. Pop that leash on your pooch and sniff out the diverse forest flora on the two whimsical woodland walks available here. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ridgeway, VA

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    Population Density 1,060/sq mi

    #1 Eden Central

    Take a short spin to Eden Central, NC, and you’ve got a pawsitively perfect place for you and your darling dog. Freedom Park Dog Park is not to be missed. You need a puppy permit to use the park, just to ensure all dogs are vaccinated, but otherwise, you’re free to enjoy hours of leash-free fetching fun here. Eden has dog owners spoiled for choice when it comes to dog-friendly restaurants nearby, so after your adventurous afternoon at the park, why not grab some cooling frozen yogurt at Di’lishi Frozen Yogurt Bar or spice things up with some Mexican at El Parral? Both offer outdoor seating areas for sunny snacks with Spot.
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    Population Density 988/sq mi

    #2 Northeast Collinsville


    Collinsville has so much to offer you and your merry mutt that you’d have to be barking mad not to visit. If your dog is in need of an enchanting excursion through some fetching forests, then Jaycee Park is the place for you. Pop a leash on your precious pooch and set out for adventure on the 1.25-mile hiking trail available there. If you’ve got a tremendous tyke and are looking for a longer trek, then try out the paved perimeter of the 30-acre Jack Dalton Park. Need to cool down after? Stop by the local Sonic to grab a sweet treat!

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    Population Density 1,302/sq mi

    #3 Fairy Stone State Park


    Stuart is the kind of place that doggie dreams are made of! It is here that you and your furry friend can find the magical Fairy Stone State Park, nestled beside the 168-acre Fairy Stone Lake. Any pupperific pair is welcome here as long as you’ve got a leash that’s no longer than six feet. Take the time to pawnder the peculiar fairy stones that are a must-see in this idyllic, history-rich spot, or sit and gobble treats in the many attractive picnic areas. When your pup is ready for his run, then take your pick from numerous walking trails that offer steady strolls or laborious laps around the stunning countryside. 

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    Population Density 1,407/sq mi

    #4 Central Martinsville


    Make no bones about it, Martinsville is an unmissable doggie destination! Access the Smith River Trail System with your leashed dog at various locations throughout Martinsville and you’re free to "paws" and admire the splendid scenery while exploring these heavenly hikes. If you’re hoping to take a bite out of some local produce, then head to Third Bay Café and munch on some lunch with your pooch in their pet-friendly seating options. Looking for more fantastic frolic spots? The 4.5-mile Dick and Willie Passage Trail is the longest public trail in Martinsville and it’s just waiting for you and your fit furry friend!

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    Population Density 825/sq mi

    #5 Northeast Ridgeway


    Have you got a history-loving hound at the end of that leash? Then you would be mutts to miss Richard P. Gravely Nature Preserve in Ridgeway. This place is the definition of a puppy’s paradise! Trail through a tunnel of radiant rhododendron as you walk along the Smith River, or perambulate into the past as you explore a plantation from the 1800s and a tobacco farm from the 1900s. If your terrific tail-wagger is craving more wooded wonders, then bring her along to Fisher Farm Park. This park is the biggest in Henry County and has picnic areas and restrooms on-site. 

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