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Dog Areas in Winterpock

Winterpock is a small unincorporated community in eastern Virginia. Seated in Chesterfield County, this community doesn’t have much to offer dog owners other than about 30 vet clinics within 13 miles. However, there are countless amenities available in Richmond, which is just a quick 20-minute drive from Winterpock.

Some of the most popular dog-friendly activities nearby are dog parks. Forest Hill Park, just 30 minutes northeast, is in the heart of Richmond. Clean and situated on a lake, this park is complete with a running trail and a gorgeous, flowing creek. Harry D. Daniel Park, just 20 minutes east of Winterpock, is packed with trails for walking or jogging alongside Fido, and there’s even a playground!

If you’re not in the mood for a trip to the park, consider South of the James Market. This farmers' market is open every Saturday of the year, come “rain or shine,” on 42nd St New Kent Avenue in Richmond. This market is known for being particularly dog-friendly, so be sure to bring Fido down “South of the James” River to enjoy live music, snack on food-truck treats, and support local artisans.

Although Winterpock itself is small, it’s definitely within reach of some fantastic parks and activities in neighboring communities. Pawesome!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Winterpock

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    Population Density 4,794/sq mi

    #1 Carillon


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located about 25 miles from Winterpock, VA and is home to Barker Field at Byrd Park. This is a large, off-leash dog park for your pup to have fun exploring. It is a fully fenced in park, and they offer water for your pooch in the warmer months. If you plan to visit in the winter, don’t forget to bring some water for yourself and your pooch. There is plenty of seating, including bench swings, along with a good amount of shaded areas. The surface of the park is wood chips so your pup won’t get too dirty while he’s making new fur-iends!

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    Population Density 2,904/sq mi

    #2 Church Hill


    This neighborhood is a great place for your pup to get in some exercise. It is home to the Church Hill Dog Park, which is a large, off-leash dog park. This dog park is completely fenced in and the surface is covered with grass. There is plenty of shade and seating for everyone, owners and dogs alike. If your pooch likes to swim, there is a large pool to make a splash in. The park also offers water for thirsty pups. You will need to bring your own doggie waste bags with you, though. Grab your pup’s favorite ball and come out for a fun-filled day!

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    Population Density 1,452/sq mi

    #3 Central Chester


    If you want to enjoy a nice hike with an amazing view, you won’t want to miss visiting The Chester Linear Park. This park runs for less than a mile on an old railway that is now part of Rails-To-Trails. There are plenty of trees for shade along the way, and you will get to enjoy the scenic view with your best canine friend! The walkway is made of crushed stone, so be sure to bring a good pair of shoes. Water and waste bags aren’t provided here, so be sure to bring some of your own. Grab your pup’s leash and head out for an exciting hike on this trail!

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    Population Density 1,854/sq mi

    #4 Rockwood Park


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to the Ruff House Dog Park at Rockwood Park. It is an off-leash dog park that has separate areas for smaller dogs and larger dogs. This park is fully fenced in to ensure everypup plays safely. Drinking water is provided for pups as well, but only in the warmer months. There is plenty of seating, but not much shade is available, so bear that in mind. You will need to bring some doggie bags for cleaning up since the park doesn’t supply them. All you need now is Fido’s favorite ball -- and a leash in case you want to explore outside the dog park.

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    Population Density 4,794/sq mi

    #5 Western Richmond


    If you are looking to take a relaxing stroll with your pup, you need to visit the James River. There is a beautiful park nearby with a gorgeous view of the river and its surroundings. You will need to bring your pup’s leash, as dogs are required to stay on the leash while they are here. You will want to keep in mind that the walkway is paved, so it may get hot for your pup’s paws in the summer. There is not much shade or any waste stations available. You will need put on your best walking shoes and bring some water to drink. Other than that, this is the pawfect place to enjoy a nice, quiet walk.

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