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Dog Areas in Harpers Ferry

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Harpers Ferry is a small town in West Virginia that’s considered something of a hidden treasure among locals. With scenic views and less of the hustle and bustle of other towns, Harpers Ferry is a wonderful reprieve from everyday life. It may not be particularly large, and while it doesn’t house a particularly large population, any of its shortcomings don’t stop Harpers Ferry from being a great place to have a doggy day trip. 

Harpers Ferry is also a historic locale. In the mid-1850s, famous abolitionist John Brown attempted to incite a slave revolt at Harpers Ferry. The US Marines, commanded by Robert E. Lee himself, quashed the revolt. You can still visit the site of the raid, now named John Brown's Fort. To learn more about the failed rebellion, head to the John Brown Wax Museum. Dogs are, unfortunately not allowed.

But you can treat Fido to a dinner date in Harpers Ferry after you're finished exploring its historic sites! Find yourself in Bistro 1840, where you’ll find fresh American cuisine like you've never had in your your life. At Bistro 1840, you’ll have your choice of delicacies, and you and Fido can enjoy them at any of the outdoor tables. From fresh seafood to any number of locally sourced food items, you’ll be spoiled for choice at Bistro 1840! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harpers Ferry

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    Population Density 432/sq mi

    #1 Central Harpers Ferry

    If you and your pup are partial to the spooky and scary, make your way to the ghost tours of Harpers Ferry, a fun place where you’ll get properly scared out of your mind. Scope out the most haunted locales in the area, and have a good time of getting the willies from the local spirits as well as the local guides who will lead you through the creepy crawly areas of Harpers Ferry. You and your pup are sure to have a ball, though it won’t be clear who exactly threw the ball. Ruh-roh -- look out for a scary ghost!
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    Population Density 854/sq mi

    #2 Central Leesburg

    Bring your pup pal to Leesburg Dog Park, and you’re sure to have a barking good time. With plenty of room for your dog to play off-leash, your pup pal will go dog wild exploring the vast area. With soft mulch ground covering to protect puppy’s paws, as well as several shady spots for you to relax and watch Fido make some great new friends, it’s hard to imagine that you could go wrong coming here. Just be sure to bring fresh drinking water and plenty of doggy waste bags for your little diva doggy.
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    Population Density 854/sq mi

    #3 East Market Street

    If you’ve made the trip to Leesburg already, or need a bit more incentive, you and your rowdy rover should definitely make your way to Spanky’s Shenanigans Pub. Spanky’s is a great place to hang out with some pals, both old and new, from man’s best friend to your best human buddy. There’s a large deck that is open spring through fall, weather permitting, and every Wednesday, the pub hosts Yappy Hour, where your pup pal will be treated to treats and fresh water while you’re free to enjoy a nice drink of your own. At least you won’t be drinking alone!
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    Population Density 229/sq mi

    #4 Central Paeonian Springs

    Next stop is Paeonian Springs -- at least, it very well should be! In this tiny little town, you’ll find Vino 9 Market, a barbecue joint that boasts some of the best food in the area. Your dog is allowed both in the store and in the courtyard, and water bowls will be provided at both areas. If your dog is well-behaved (and goodness knows your sweetie is), they may be allowed off-leash inside the building itself. Let Fido have some fun exploring while you get your hands dirty with delicious barbecue sauce -- just be sure to keep an eye on them!
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    Population Density 2,082/sq mi

    #5 Central Charles Town

    Last but not least by any means, you and your precious puppy should venture back to West Virginia. Specifically to Charles Town, where you’ll find Mountain View Diner, a dog-friendly eatery that can’t be missed. With an extremely accommodating staff, your regal rover will be treated like royalty when you bring them here. Waiting for them will be some delicious ice water to wet their whistle, and in some cases, the manager is said to supply food for canine customers! As far as your dining experience goes, you’ll have a full range of options to choose from, though many recommend the breakfast menu most of all!
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