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

Williamsburg, Virginia
The Waller Mill Dog Park is located at the main entrance of Waller Mill Park, right next to the parking lot. The 1 ½ acre dog park provides two areas for dogs to freely run off leash. One fenced area is for smaller dogs that weigh 30 l...
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...
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.
Martinsville, Virginia
This fenced in dog park is conveniently located next to the SPCA. Bring your well-mannered and fully vaccinated furry friend along their walking trail and give the agility course a try (for your dog, not you).
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
Richmond, Virginia
If you think Stony Point Fashion Park is an ordinary mall, you're barking up the wrong tree. Sure it has all the usual suspect stores however this shopping experience does not forget about your four-legged friend. Three Dog Bakery recently ope...
Floyd, Virginia
Villa Appalaccia Winery is located on the Blue Ridge Parkway and in proximity to Roanoke and Stuart, VA along with Greensboro and Winston-Salem. NC. This vineyard ins unique to Virginia in that the grapes are planted on shale, not clay. This lends a...
Petersburg, Virginia
Petersburg National Battlefield is dog friendly. All that is asked is that they are ona leash 6 feet long or less. They are permitted anywhere outdoors and cannot enter insider the visitor centers. This does not apply to certified service animals....
Alexandria, Virginia
You and your dog are welcome to the experience the many walking tours with over two hundred years of history in the hometown of our first president, George Washington. The walking tours are an event in themselves with great story telling that take...
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.