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

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.

Alexandria, Virginia
The Mount Vernon Trail is a paved trail that stretches for 18 miles, all the way from George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate to Theodore Roosevelt Island. It also connects with other regional trails, and winds along next to the Poto...
Roanoke, Virginia
Located in downtown Roanoke, vendors provide fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants that are all locally grown.  There are also meats, cheeses, baked goods, and unique hand-crafted gifts available for purchase. People and their le...
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...
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
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).
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...
Chincoteague Island, Virginia
Daisey's Island Cruises offer a great alternative way to view Chincoteague and Assateague and still bring your cherished four-legged furry friend with you! Dogs are more than welcome on this charter cruise. So go sailing with your family or ju...
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...
Virginia Beach, Virginia
This 2,000+ acre park features plenty of outdoor activities, such as swimming, hiking, bikiing, boating, fishing and picnicking.  There are plenty of campsites for overnight stays, as well as cabins to rent.  With more than 19 miles of h...