Pet Friendly Attractions in Virginia

Pet Friendly Attractions in Virginia

Virginia has pet friendly attractions that you can experience with your four-legged kids! Since life’s journey is best shared with a pet, don’t leave them behind when taking in the attractions in VA. We’ve dug up pet friendly attractions in Virginia that are sure pet-pleasers!

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Top Pet Friendly Attractions in Virginia

Glen Allen, Virginia
The Dude Ranch Member Park has over 47 acres consisting of breathtaking trails and fields. Play fetch with your pooch or even take him fishing on one of their lakes. This is truly a pet resort that says come on over Rover! In this you can say they a...
Williamsburg, Virginia
If you're going to enjoy roller coasters and other attractions with your family and don't want to leave your four legged friend home Busch Gardens Kennel is a comfortable reprieve. They provide large and small open-air kennels for a nominal fee. Whe...
Roanoke, Virginia
Mill Mountain Park, which includes Mill Mountain Greenway, is home to the famous Roanoke Star, Roanoke Parks and Recreation’s Discovery Center and Mill Mountain Zoo, Spanning across 568 acres, it is easily accessible by road or trail.&n...
Williamsburg, Virginia
The dog friendly Jamestown Beach Event Park offers families (furry members included) all year-round.  The beachfront park is features picnic areas (some of which have shade) with charcoal grills; established fishing areas; an observ...
Charlottesville, Virginia
The Tasting Room at Trump Winery has close to 200 acres of vines, a beautiful countryside and ponds. They are known for their award winning wines, regional menu including gourmet pizzas, and your can bring your gour-mutt.
Richmond, Virginia

The Virginia Capital Trail is a 51.7 multi-use, fully-paved trail that runs through 4 jurisdictions (City of Richmond, Henrico County, Charles City County, and James City County) with dozens of attractions along the way.

Charlottesville, Virginia
Riverview Park has an off leash are on assigned portions of the Rivanna Trail. You can bring your pet on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday. Please be cautious; the off leash area is open, no fence
Norfolk, Virginia
Take your leashed pup on a shopping spree at Seldon Market. Explore everything the indoor market has to offer from the city’s up and coming food vendors to retail. Make sure to stop by Werther Leather Goods for a quality custom leather dog collar.
Alexandria, Virginia
A Canine Cruise--say it isn't so! You can bring your dog on this 40 minute cruise in the Potomac River every second Thursday from May through September with the Potomac Riverboat Company. Dogs need to be on a 6 foot leash; one dog per person p...
Luray, Virginia
Luray Caverns is the largest caverns located in the eastern U.S.  Take a guided tour through this natural wonder along lighted, paved walkways.  Human and furry visitors can travel through huge, cavernous rooms with 10-story-hi...