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Dog Friendly Activities in Manassas, VA

There are 6 dog friendly activities in Manassas. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Manassas.

Pet Friendly Merrifield Garden Center Dog Park
Merrifield Garden Center Dog Park Very dog friendly Garden Center! They have a smallish dog park in their parking lot on the right side that is covered in mulch. It used to have separate sides for large and small dogs, but it seems they just took out the fence in between as well as made it longer and made it one big one. They've done a good job improving it though, now it reaches a tree and they added big bushes and picnic tables.

There's a mailbox with grocery bags where you can pick up poop. They also have dog bowls there, and if people keep them facing upwards then they catch rain water so that's nice. There's always tennis balls in there which is really nice, though some have chunks missing out of them and sometimes they're covered in poop.

The fence is a little less then pristine, but it works and overall we come here a lot. The actual people haven't been friendly though. Usually whenever we go there people pick up their dogs and leave, so that actually really sucks because then we have no one to play with.
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Pet Friendly Manassas National Battlefield Park
Manassas National Battlefield Park 5,073 acres, dog friendly

Manassas National Battlefield Park, located north of Manassas, in Prince William County, Virginia, preserves the site of two major American Civil War battles: the First Battle of Bull Run on July 21, 1861, and the Second Battle of Bull Run which was fought between August 28 and August 30, 1862 (also known as the First Battle of Manassas and the Second Battle of Manassas, respectively). The peaceful Virginia countryside bore witness to clashes between the armies of the North (Union) and the South (Confederacy), and it was there that Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson acquired his nickname "Stonewall." Today the National Battlefield Park provides the opportunity for visitors to explore the historic terrain where men fought and died more than a century ago. More than 900,000 people visit the battlefield each year.
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Manassas Park Dog Park Located behind the Manassas Park Community Center, the Manassas Park Dog Park currently has two areas for dogs to play in off-leash. There is a spigot for drinking and filling pools. To enter the parking lot, come in from either Courtney Street or Tremont Street. Events occur throughout the year, highlighted by BREW's Beaglefest twice a year. See Details
BadWolf Brewing Company BadWolf Brewing Company is pet-friendly. Bring your pooch along to join you at this friendly brewery with board games and a chill atmosphere. They might even treat your pooch to a snack from behind the counter. Well-behaved, leashed dogs allowed inside and outside. They are open Wednesday to Thursday from 4pm to 10pm, Friday from 3pm to 10pm, Saturday from 1pm to 10pm and Sunday from 1pm to 5pm. See Details
Sinistral Brewing Company Located in the historic district of Manassas, Sinistral Brewing Company offers a relaxed atmosphere for craft beer lovers. Fido is welcome to join you inside the taproom or in the beer garden, but dogs must be kept on a leash. The taproom hosts a variety of rotating events, including trivia, bingo and open mic nights. Although this seven barrel brewery doesn't have a kitchen, they often host food vendors. See Details
KO Distilling KO Distilling is pet-friendly. KO Distilling is a welcoming destination for spirit tastings, cocktail flights, guided tours, private functions, and special events. KO’s award-winning Distiller’s Reserve Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon, Bare Knuckle Whiskeys, and Battle Standard 142 Gins are all certified Craft Distilled, Kosher, and Virginia’s Finest. Dogs are welcome to join their owners. KO Distilling is open Wednesday to Thursday from 12pm to 6pm and Friday to Saturday from 12pm to 7pm. See Details
Barley Naked Brewing Co. Barley Naked Brewing Co. is a modest-sized brewhouse and taproom in Stafford, Virginia where dogs are welcome. Each batch of beer at Barley Naked Brewing Co. is individually handcrafted. See Details
Old Bust Head Brewing Company Old Bust Head Brewing Company is an independent, solar-powered microbrewery in Warrenton, VA brewing traditional ales and lagers. Dogs are welcome to join you at outdoor tables on the covered patio between the taproom and production area. Rotating food trucks are often available. See Details
Mt. Defiance Cider Barn Located on a hilltop on the edge of town, Mt. Defiance Cider Barn is the great place to spend an afternoon with Fido. Settle into a rocking chair by the fireplace on cold winter days, or sit out on the porch and enjoy the warm breezes. Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the tasting room. Snacks are available (cheese, crackers, and nuts) and on warm weather weekends food trucks are often available. The Cider Barn is closed on Mondays. See Details
Leesylvania State Park State park with hiking trails and river access that welcomes leashed dogs. See Details
Cub Run Stream Valley Park A 800 acre mostly a wooded flood plain and mostly paved. It is approximately 5 miles. A very quiet park. Dogs can dip in the creek. There is plenty of shade when walking. See Details
Chandon Dog Park Locals love this friendly dog park, which is fully fenced with lots of trees for shade, waste bags, benches for owners, and plenty of squirrels to chase. See Details
Mason Neck Park Nice park with wooded trails and bay views. Took the pup swimming here in the calm bay water with a nice sand/mud beach. Pets must remain on leashes and of course clean up after them. Watch out for wildlife- we passed a big snake on the trail. But not very crowded so a nice place to walk with the pup. See Details
Lake Accotink Trail Lake Accotink Trail is pet-friendly. The trail on the north side of the lake, as well as the paved trail downstream from the lake, are part of the Gerry Connolly Cross County Trail which traverses Fairfax County. To protect the forest habitat, users should stay on established trails and avoid creating new ones. Dogs must be leashed and all mess cleaned up after them. See Details
Lake Accotink Park 493-acre park with a 55-acre lake for boating and a four-mile hiking trail. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trails. See Details
Prince William Forest National Park This 15,000-acre national park features an abundance of hiking/walking trails that welcome leashed dogs. See Details
Fountainhead Regional Park Discover Fountainhead Regional Park, 2,000 acres of rugged adventures in Fairfax Station, Virginia. Whether you’re a cyclist, kayaker, hiker or miniature golf aficionado. Fountainhead Regional Park contains shared-use hiking and equestrian trails and provides trailhead access to the 19.7 mile Bull Run Occoquan Trail. Leashed dogs are welcome on trails. See Details
Occoquan Regional Park Occoquan Regional Park in Lorton, VA, is a 350-acre park with nature trails, an overlook, pavilions and grills. Leashed dogs are welcome on trails. See Details
Chrysalis Vineyards One of the finest estate wineries on the East Coast, Chrysalis Vineyards welcomes leashed dogs and has patio seating and grills for cooking. See Details
Powers Farm & Brewery Powers Farm & Brewery is pet-friendly. This organic farm hosts food trucks, yoga and events. Dogs are welcome on a leash to hang out with their owners in the brewery and around the grounds. Powers Farm & Brewery is open Thursday to Friday from 3pm to 8pm and Saturday to Sunday from 12pm to 8pm. See Details
Vienna Dog Park The Vienna Dog Park is located at 700 Courthouse Rd, SW. The parking lot is off of Old Courthouse Road. If the lot is full, patrons can park up the hill at the Nottoway Park basketball courts. The Vienna Dog Park offers a doggie & human water fountain, fully shaded Woodchip surface, fully fenced area that's 5 ft high with double gates, and agility equipment (ramp, hoop, hurdles). See Details
Rock Hill District Dog Park This popular off-leash dog park is fully fenced with a separate small dog area. Be sure to bring water for your pet. See Details
Lake Fairfax Park Leashed dogs are welcome in campgrounds and on trails unless otherwise marked. See Details
Vint Hill Dog Park Vinton Hill Dog Park is a fully-fenced park with plenty of room for dogs of all sizes to run and play. There are no water facilities at the park. Clean up bags are often in stock at the waste stations in the park. There are benches for humans and some shade trees. See Details