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Dog Areas in Strasburg, VA

The city of Strasburg can be found in the midst of some larger cities, such as Winchester, which is 19 miles away, and Front Royal, which is 13 miles away. The founder of the city, Peter Stover, named the city in 1761 after Strasbourg, the capital of Grand Est in France. If you decide to visit this cozy locale, don't forget to check out the Strasburg Museum, where you can learn more about the city's interesting history. 

Strasburg is a furrific place to be a dog owner! If you're in the mood for some delicious coffee and weekly open mic nights while you enjoy the company of your canine buddy, head to Cristina's Cafe, where you can sit with your dog at the outdoor tables. If you're more in the mood for tasty pizza, we recommend Castiglia's Italian Restaurant and Pizza. 

If you want more choice, head to Front Royal or Winchester -- they have plenty of dog-friendly places to visit. Don't worry about traveling out of town if you need vet care, though. Strasburg is home to two veterinary clinics, as well as a hotel that welcomes canine guests with open arms.

Hankering for a hike with your dog? Located 8.5 miles away from Strasburg is the Signal Knob Hike, a 9.8-mile trail that welcomes leashed dogs to explore. Don't forget the waste bags!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Strasburg, VA

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    Population Density 1,927/sq mi

    #1 Fishers Hill

    If you find yourself in Strasburg with your four-legged companion and you need a place where you can play the day away, Winchester Dog Park at Jim Barnett Park is the pawfect spot! This park is located in Fisher's Hill, which is 18 miles from Strasburg. Your dog can get wild in this fenced, off-leash park and blow off some steam! Although membership is required to enter the park, visitor passes are available if you're just passing through the area. The park can only be accessed by a member's key, so you won't be able to enter unless you're a member or accompanying a member.
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    Population Density 84/sq mi

    #2 South Stephens City

    Want some family fun that lets you include your doggo? (Of course you do! That's why you're here!) Just 9 miles away from Strasburg, you can visit the Family Drive-In Theatre. This movie theater has two screens, and it's so dog-friendly that doggies get dog biscuits at the ticket booth! Pet-friendly events are usually happening when the movies on screen are pet-oriented. Every Halloween, the theatre has a costume contest for all the pet visitors. Your dog has to stay on-leash for this unique experience, and you have to keep in mind that plenty of pets visit the theater, so your pup has to be friendly with other doggos (and kitties, too!).
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    Population Density 1,578/sq mi

    #3 Front Royal Town Center

    Warren County Dog Park is located in Front Royal, around 14 miles from Strasburg. This park is open to all doggies, as long as they're vaccinated and licensed. Many people say that this park is a hidden gem and a huge doggie heaven! It has two separate areas for small and large dogs that are really spacious, so your dog will have plenty of space to roam around. The ground in both areas is all grass and the park is very well-maintained in general. The fence is secure and there are plenty of trees providing shade. All you need to bring is some water, doggie waste bags, and plenty of energy to play!
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    Population Density 465/sq mi

    #4 Boyce

    While you're in the area, you can't miss out on visiting the State Arboretum of Virginia! The arboretum is approximately 21 miles away from Strasburg, and it includes plenty of open areas, beautiful meadows, and even two little lakes. The place has several trails that you and your pup can explore, and the best thing is that pooches are allowed off-leash here! (Of course, as long as they follow voice commands and are well-behaved.) There is plenty to see here: old historic buildings, botanical gardens, old slave quarters, beautiful sights, and plenty of picnic areas. You and your dog will surely have a pawsitive experience!

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    Population Density 5/sq mi

    #5 Syria

    If you're into nature hikes and beautiful scenic views that take you and your dog on an adventure, the 50-mile distance will not stop you from visiting the Rose River Falls Loop within the Shenandoah National Park. This is the pawfect place for all of those pups that just can't wait to get in the first body of water they spot. The place is filled with streams and waterfalls -- it's practically a natural doggie water park! The lush forests provide plenty of shade, and the moderately difficult trails will be a nice challenge for you and your canine buddy. There are plenty of people and dogs here, so leashing your dog is a necessity.
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