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Dog Areas in Fairmont, WV

8 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
8 Groomers

Traveling or living in the beautiful area of Fairmont offers puppy parents many opportunities to enjoy nature and the scenery along the Monongahela River. When Fido needs some quality time outdoors, consider hiking the Marion County Trail which is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy using unused railroads to create walking trails. There are dog waste stations at the beginning of the trailheads, and plenty of shade along the path so you won’t get overheated. Remember to bring some water bottles for both you and Fido and enjoy your day.

Friendly and dedicated veterinary staff are available for all of your pups needs in Fairmont. The town features nine clinics where your pooch can receive emergency and routine medical care. When shopping for high-end specialty food for Fido, check out the Animal Kingdom pet store. The business is family owned and run, and offers items you may not see anywhere else.

Finding a great pup friendly location to spend the night is easy with 5 Fido-friendly hotels. The Red Roof Inn located near Tygart Lake State Park allows both large and small pups for no extra fee. Super 8 will let you bring up to 3 pets for only a small fee per pet, and Clarion Inn will allow you to bring your furry family member and spend quality time together. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fairmont, WV

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 631/sq mi

    #1 Marion Park

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    Family and dog-friendly, the Marion Park neighborhood features the 3-acre off-leash Fido’s Backyard Dog Park. The separate, double-gated fenced areas for large and small dogs provides plenty of space to run and romp. The open field is great for Fido to play a game of frisbee or socialize with other pups. Owners will enjoy relaxing on the shaded benches and chatting with other pup parents. A water fountain and doggie waste bags are available, along with trash cans to keep the park looking great. The children will also enjoy playing at the East Marion Park where the dog park is located. Thirty-two acres of outdoor activity fields, jogging trails, and a playground are perfect for time with the family. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 543/sq mi

    #2 Shagtown

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    While hanging out in the Shagtown neighborhood with your pooch, plan to spend the day at Windmill Park situated on over 20 acres along the Monongahela River. While the kids play softball or soccer, you and Fido can walk along the trails or take a break at one of the pavilions. You can refill water bottles at the concession stand and bring your own doggie waste bags. Palentine Park is another option when your pup needs some exercise. Walking along the river and enjoying peace and tranquility may be just what you need after a day of work. Just be sure to keep your pooch on his leash while you take advantage of the fresh air. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 676/sq mi

    #3 Gaston Junction/ West End

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    When walking through the Gaston Junction/ West End neighborhood, Fido will love the 5th Street Park. This quaint small space features a playground for the children, in addition to picnic tables and a shelter where you and your pup can hang out after walking a few laps around the park. You can also walk along Coal Run where you might find other dog lovers fishing and spending quality time with their pooch. History lovers can hike along the West Virginia Civil War Trails with their dogs and view markers about local battles. Always remember to bring your own doggie waste bags and water bottles for you and Fido.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 926/sq mi

    #4 Montana

    12

    Quiet and peaceful, the Montana neighborhood is great for people and pups of all ages. Although this is a popular area for retirees, you will often see canines and their companions out for a stroll under the shade trees. Taking in the history of Prickett’s Fort State Park is great for humans and Fido. You can walk through the grounds and watch the ducks on the pond while Fido sniffs the plants and wildlife. Hiking along the Mon River Rail Trail System is another option for great exercise. This is part of the rails-to-trails network using former rail lines as hiking paths. 

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 940/sq mi

    #5 Westchester

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    The Westchester neighborhood offers both a walking trail and the Mary Lou Retton Youth Park, where you and Fido can walk and enjoy the fresh air. The West Fork River Trail is perfect for a day of hiking along the former rail lines winding through the neighborhood. Mary Lou Retton Youth Park is great place to take your pooch for a day of fun and frolicking. The park covers 25 acres and offers athletic fields, picnic areas, and a playground. You can fill up Fido’s water bottles at the pavilion and take a break for a snack. Remember to bring your own doggie waste bags and let your pup have a furtastic time with the family. 

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