Top 10 Other Dog Friendly Attractions in Virginia
Carter Mountain Orchard features pick-your-own apples and pumpkins. Its affiliated orchards also provide pick-your-own peaches, strawberries, and cherries. In the fall, there are family-friendly hayrides. Hours, open orchards, and availability vary by season, so be sure ...
Boarding for your pet is available at this kennel for $6 per day. Water provided but bring your own food and toys.
The Kluge Estate's Farm Shop offers tastings of exceptional wines, expert cheese pairings, and specialty gifts. Their gorgeous grounds and herb garden are pet friendly.
Dogs (and non fur-kids) are welcome at Potomac Point Vineyard & Winery! This winery has beautiful decor, good wines, and is surrounded by lovely scenery.
Three Fox Vineyards welcomes dogs to their tasting room and vineyard, offering water and treats for Fido! Fantastic and affordable tours, tastings, and pairings.
Over 40 breath-taking acres surround a handcrafted tasting room at Casanel Vineyards. This dog-friendly vineyard also offers gourmet snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
One of the finest estate wineries on the East Coast, Chrysalis Vineyards welcomes leashed dogs and has patio seating and grills for cooking.
Featuring an Italian music garden for relaxing and a bocce court for playing, Somerset Ridge Vineyard has stunning views and great wines.
Pet Friendly drive-in movie theatre. 2 screens, shows first run movies and double/triple features. Dogs get biscuits or treats at the theatre ticketbooth when they come with their families to attend a movie. Theatre holds pet ...
Well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome in Arlington National Cemetery. You can walk with your dog along the beautiful paths that lead through the grounds. Pets are also welcome to join you at the Tomb of the ...
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