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Dog Areas in Warrenton, VA

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In the heart of Virginia's horse (and wine) country and near the Blue Ridge Mountains, lies the beautiful little town of Warrenton. This Virginia village is considered one of the nicest places to live, hence the high real estate prices. The magnificent natural surroundings are not only a blessing for the citizens of Warrenton; dogs and horses enjoy the green pastures as well.

The Warrenton Branch Greenway is, according to locals, one of the best ways to take advantage of the natural beauty of the Warrenton, Virginia, area. This hiking trail follows the same route as the Warrenton Branch Spur railroad which is no longer in service. Not only does this trail take its travelers to a journey through nature but through history as well. Dogs are welcome on the greenway as long as they are on a leash.

Warrenton, Virginia, also has a traditional off-leash dog park that comes with everything dogs need to run around fully free. The Vinton Hill Dog Park offers two enclosed play areas (one for small dogs and one for larger dogs), benches, trees that provide shelter from the sun and clean up bags. There is a winery and brewery at a close distance from the park.

There are several hotels present in the town of Warrenton, Virginia, that allow pets to stay in the guest rooms. Examples are the Baymont Inn & Suites Warrenton, Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Warrenton, and Howard Johnson Warrenton.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warrenton, VA

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    Population Density 9,861/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Warrenton


    When you’re in downtown Warrenton, take some time to enjoy the green space at Eva Walker Park. There’s plenty of room to wander with your leashed companion, as well as picnic tables where you can enjoy a nice lunch. In the mood to eat out? Downtown Warrenton has a couple of options. There are a few restaurants with pet-friendly outdoor seating, including Black Bear Bistro, Sibby’s Restaurant & Lounge, Renee’s Gourmet and Hidden Julles Café. Whether you’ve spent the day walking with your dog and found yourself in downtown, you’re an area local or you are just passing through, you are sure to find a meal your taste buds will enjoy.

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    Population Density 9,611/sq mi

    #2 Vint Hill Farms


    Vint Hill Farms is located just northeast of downtown Warrenton and is home to one of the region’s best dog parks: Vint Hill Dog Park. This well-kept park is maintained by volunteers who are passionate about creating a safe space for dogs to enjoy off-leash. The park spans 1.25 partially wooded areas and is open to the public. There is a separate area for small dogs, plentiful seating for pet parents, a dog water station and agility equipment for dogs. Dog waste clean-up bags are provided, and there is plenty of nearby parking. Whether you are a local or just passing through, this park is definitely worth a visit.

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    Population Density 1,802/sq mi

    #3 Alwington


    Located on the southeast edge of Warrenton, Alwington is a good place to visit when you want to take your canine companion on a walk. This area is home to the Warrenton Branch Greenway, a trail that’s part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. This 1.5-mile asphalt trail follows part of the old Warrenton Branch Spur railroad. It runs from the Alwington area all the way into downtown, and there is parking at both ends. This trail is an easy walk, and it’s a great place to check out some railroad history and spot wildlife. You and your canine companion are both sure to have a great time!

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    Population Density 7,455/sq mi

    #4 Olde Gold Cup/ Silver Cup


    The Old Gold Cup/Silver Cup area of Warrenton, Virginia is home to the seven-acre Rady Park. Located on Fauquier road, this park features a paved trail for jogging and bike riding. It is partially wooded, so it stays comfortable even on hot summer days. There is even a stream that runs through the park. Leashed dogs are welcome to visit, but owners are expected to clean up after them. A greenway path also begins at the park if you are looking to take your four-legged companion on a longer adventure. This community park has a playground, picnic shelter, and more.

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    Population Density 4,139/sq mi

    #5 Wellington


    Just 21 miles east of Warrenton lies the city of Manassas, Virginia. When you visit Manassas, be sure to stop by the Wellington neighborhood to check out the  Merrifield Garden Center Dog Park. This park is part of the Merrifield Garden Center and offers plenty of space for off-leash play. The park provides plenty of places to sit as well as doggy clean-up bags, tennis balls and water bowls. The ground is covered in mulch, and there are small pools where dogs can take a dip or get a drink. When you are finished playing for the day, check out the store for all of your garden needs.

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