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Dog Areas in Round Hill

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Travel about an hour west from Washington D.C., and you’ll find the cozy little town of Round Hill. This small but active community has beautiful historic homes and buildings, and plenty of gorgeous natural scenery. Known as the gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Round Hill’s sweeping vistas of the mountains will take your breath away. The area is absolutely stunning in the fall as the hardwoods blanket the mountains and the valley below with robust hues of orange, yellow and red. If your pup needs an annual check-up or urgent medical care, there is a veterinary clinic in Round Hill to take care of your furry friend!

Round Hill has some furrific places to walk your leashed dog. Woodgrove Park is the town’s 30-acre sports park, with baseball, softball, lacrosse, football and soccer fields. It also has tons of open turf where you and your pooch can play or stroll! There is a paved multipurpose trail and also a woofderful wooded area where your furry friend may even sniff out a squirrel or two!

Whether you’re a local or just passing through on your way to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Round Hill is a pawsome community for both pups and their people!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Round Hill

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    Population Density 205/sq mi

    #1 Tranquility-Lickey Mill

    Your pooch’s tail will be wagging a mile a minute in Round Hill’s Tranquility-Lickey Mill neighborhood! Located in one of the more rural parts of Round Hill, this neighborhood’s Franklin Park is a quiet and scenic place to hang out with your leashed dog. For a pawsome walk, check out the park’s 3.5-mile paved multiuse path! There are mature trees and natural areas along the way, providing plenty of sights and smells for Fido. You’ll love the vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains, too! There’s even a few benches located on the trail so you and your furry friend can take a load off and take in the tranquility of this woofderful park.
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    Population Density 3,337/sq mi

    #2 Loudoun Valley

    If you and your pup have energy to burn, visit Purcellville’s Loudoun Valley neighborhood! Just three miles from Round Hill, this neighborhood is home to the western trailhead of the 45-mile fur-iendly Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Trail. Extending all the way to Arlington, this stroller-friendly, paved multiuse trail is a pawsome place to work up a sweat with your leashed pooch by your side. You’ll see mileage posts every half a mile so you’ll know just how far you and Fido have trekked. The “W&OD” trail, as it’s known to locals, has some great scenery, too. The trail winds through both wooded and suburban areas, farmland, and some spots are dotted with beautiful cherry blossom trees.
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    Population Density 75/sq mi

    #3 Snickersville

    It’s wine time in Bluemont’s Snickersville neighborhood, about four miles from Round Hill! This neighborhood is home to the puptastic and pet-friendly Bluemont Vineyard. Leash your dog and stroll the grounds while you take in the stunning panoramic views of Virginia’s wine country. After you and your furry friend have stretched your legs, head to the vineyard’s tasting room. There, your pup can join you at a table on the furrific veranda for a tasting flight of delicious white and red wines produced on site! The Bluemont Vineyard tasting room has delicious charcuterie boards, flatbreads, and brunch skillets, plus tons of other yummy farm-to-table menu items. They even have freshly made doggie biscuits for your sweet pooch!
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    Population Density 95/sq mi

    #4 West Bluemont

    Trail-loving pups and people flock to the West Bluemont neighborhood! About four miles from Round Hill, this Bluemont area is home to the pawpular Raven Rocks Trail. Part of the Appalachian Trail, this 5.5-mile moderately difficult hike is a pawsome adventure to share with your pooch, and the views are worth the trek! The trail meanders through densely mixed hardwood and conifer forest and past crystal-clear, free-flowing streams. Be sure to stop at the majestic rocky cliffs that provide sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the valley floor. In spring and summer, this out-and-back hike is known for its beautiful wildflowers and lush green vegetation.
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    Population Density 1,392/sq mi

    #5 Stone Eden

    Looking for a quiet place to hang out with your four-legged friend? Check out Hamilton’s Stone Eden neighborhood, about seven miles from Round Hill. This area’s hidden gem, Hamilton Community Park, is a little off the beaten path in a quaint residential neighborhood. The park is lined with huge trees, giving it a secluded feel. It’s a furrific spot to lay out a blanket in the grass and enjoy some quiet time with your pooch in the shade. There’s plenty of open space to romp or stroll, too. Hamilton Community Park also has a humongous playground kiddos will love, plus picnic tables.
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