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Dog Areas in Winchester, VA

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Like a town right out of a storybook, it is hard not to be captivated with Winchester, Virginia. Winchester is one of the first established towns of the United States, and they have done their best to make the downtown match their historical background. This is a perfect town to explore for history-loving pet owners.

There is a lovely dog park for your pet to romp around in if you are a local to the area. The park does require membership to visit, so it may not make it ideal for visitors. However, the park boasts a large, wooded area for pets to venture into off-lead. Great to blow off some steam.

For a more sophisticated adventure, the Murphy Beverage Company allows well-behaved pets on their property. The Murphy Beverage Company is a local business that creates and sells craft beers and wines. While it may be a bit difficult to allow large pets in, small pets are definitely welcome to join you while you sample their beverages.

When it’s time to turn in for the night, Winchester offers many choices of lodging that welcome you and your furry friend. One of the more optimal choices, however, is probably Aloft Winchester. Not only is their facility modern and well-kept, but they have a fantastic pet policy. They will welcome you and your pet with a bed, bowl, and treats when you check in. The customer service team will go above and beyond to make your pet feel right at home.

Winchester also has a variety of eating locations as well. Brewbakers is a traditional pub type setting that offers tasty burgers and steaks, as well as craft beers and live entertainment. They allow well-behaved pets on their patio outside while you dine. Another choice is One Block West. This restaurant serves upscale New-American dishes and also allows pets at their outside seating.

Winchester has fantastic scenery and deep history that you can get lost in. Spend some time in Winchester with your best friend today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Winchester, VA

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    Population Density 4,782/sq mi

    #1 Winchester City Center

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    Winchester City Center is home to a few unique places to check out with your four-legged friend. For healthy, all-natural food and delicious treats, check out Dancing Dog Natural Market. Looking to preserve precious memories of your pooch? Pay a visit to Shannon Hodges Pet Photography. If you are looking for a place to grab a bite to eat with your companion, stop by Brewbakers. This local favorite serves up delicious American fare, and dogs are welcome at the outdoor umbrella tables. The staff loves dogs, so this is the perfect place to visit when you’re spending a day with your furry best friend.
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    Population Density 4,868/sq mi

    #2 Shenandoah University

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    When you’re in the Shenandoah University area, the Winchester Dog Park is the place to be. Located in Jim Barnett Park, this doggy destination features a small dog park for canines under 30 pounds and a park for larger dogs over 30 pounds. This off-leash park has plenty of space for dogs to run, however, please note that it is only open to members. Annual memberships and visitor passes are available. Prices vary depending on whether you are a Winchester resident or not, and how many dogs you have. The park provides water and doggie cleanup bags. There are also benches and a picnic table where pet parents can relax and enjoy the action.


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    Population Density 595/sq mi

    #3 Central Winchester

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    Central Winchester is located just west of Jim Barnett Park and is home to the beautiful Shawnee Springs Preserve. This 14-acre nature preserve is open year-round during daylight hours, and has several natural features, including forests, wetlands and springs. There is a one-mile paved route known as the Winchester Green Circle that is perfect for walking or bicycling. If you’re looking to take your dog a bit further off the beaten path, check out the Shawnee Springs Trail, which runs through shaded forests. Whether you’re a local or just passing through, Shawnee Springs Preserve is the perfect place to get in touch with nature with your canine companion.


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    Population Density 589/sq mi

    #4 Boyce

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    Just under 10 miles south of Winchester is the single neighborhood community of Boyce, which boasts the popular State Arboretum of Virginia. This stunning arboretum features two small lakes, an herb garden, spacious meadows and plenty of open areas. There are several trails, and well-behaved dogs are welcome to explore off-leash. Humans can bring their canine companions everywhere on the grounds. The State Arboretum of Virginia spans several acres and features benches and a picnic area where pet parents can relax. It is well-maintained and features historical buildings, a gift shop and restrooms as well, so it’s an appropriate destination for the entire family, including your two-legged and four-legged children.


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    Population Density 4,396/sq mi

    #5 Fort Royal Town Center

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    Thinking about getting out of town for the day? Head south to Front Royal, Virginia, and check out the Warren County Dog Park. This spacious, secure park is located in a scenic area along the Shenandoah River and adjacent to a walking trail. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out Shenandoah National Park. This massive park has more than 500 miles of trails, only 20 of which are not dog-friendly. Spend the day or an entire weekend taking in the natural beauty of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. No matter how many times you visit, you and your canine companion will always find new spots to explore when in Shenandoah National Park.
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