Woodbridge, located soutwest of Alexandria along the Potomoc River, is a pupful place for dogs and their masters. This area features nine parks and a nice trail system for your enjoyment. If you need professional services for your pup, there's one veterinary clinic in the city limits.
Get out and explore with your special pal in the Julie J. Metz Neabsco Creek Wetland Preserve on Neabsco Road. This 227-acre area has almost two miles of hiking trails where you and your furry friend can get some exercise. You'll be able to look for a variety of birds, beavers and more while you walk through the area. Make sure you keep your dog on a leash and pick up any waste.
Another furiffic place to investigate with your pooch is Leesylvania State Park. This 537-acre facility is just south of Neabsco Creek. Walk through the woods and along the shore of the Potomac River. Choose one of the five trails that wanders through the park for your hike. Dogs can join you if they're on a leash no longer than six feet.
Just five miles south of downtown Woodbridge, you can let your four-footed friend enjoy some off-leash play time. Take your pal to the Port Potomac Dog Park off Port Potomac Avenue to romp with other canines. There's a fenced area here with waste bags and receptacles where you can dispose of any waste.
The community of Woodbridge includes several dog-friendly outdoor recreation options for you and Fido to enjoy.