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Dog Friendly Activities in Oakton, VA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Oakton, and 194 more nearby. 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 Oakton.

Pet Friendly Oakton Blake Lane Dog Park
Oakton Blake Lane Dog Park Pets love getting the chance to play off-leash in this grassy, fenced field. They're especially likely to run into four-legged neighbors after 5 on weekdays. See Details
Pet Friendly Nonpartisan Pedicab
Nonpartisan Pedicab Nonpartisan Pedicab offers private, pet-friendly tours of Washington, DC in the back of a pedicab. You and your pooch can see the National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, the Jefferson Memorial, the White House, the Smithsonian Museums, the US Capitol, and so much more. They stop at each monument and memorial to let you walk around and take pictures. The tours are always at your own pace and your own schedule. Dogs are always welcome on the tour at no extra cost. Furthermore, if you wish to go into any monument, they will be happy to take care of your dog while you walk around. This company was previously voted in the top 10 dog friendly tours in the US in a USAToday contest. See Details
George Washington's Mount Vernon Tour the grounds of George Washington's estate, Mount Vernon, with your leashed pets in Alexandria, VA. Pets are welcome during daytime visitation hours. Your canine companion can accompany you as you visit George Washington's tomb, the stables, the gardens, and dozens of other outdoor places. Enjoy the view of the Potomac River from the dog-friendly piazza. Pets are not allowed in the historic buildings, the museum, or the Education Center exhibition galleries. See Details
Wheel The People Pedicab Tours Wheel the People Pedicab Tours can help make you and your dog's visit to Washington DC a memorable one. These dog-friendly pedicab sightseeing tours focus on the memorials on the National Mall, landmarks on Capitol Hill, and showing you and your pup around downtown DC. Tour fees range from $80-$100 per pedicab, per hour depending upon the number of people and pets; the minimum time is 1.5 hours. Tours are offered daily. See Details
National Mall Bordered by the Smithsonian Institution, the Washington Memorial, and the Capitol Building, the National Mall is great for running, walking, picnics, and playing a game of frisbee with Fido. However, dogs must be leashed, so make it a long one. See Details
Discover DC Pedicab Tours Save your shoes from miles of wear and tear and climb aboard a dog-friendly Discover DC Pedicab for an unforgettable tour of the nation's capital. A variety of tour options await you and your pup, including a Tidal Basin tour, Moonlight Monument tour, Lincoln Assassination tour, and many more in Washington DC. Leashed pets are welcome to join their humans on nearly every tour. See Details
DC By Foot See Washington DC with your pup on a private DC By Foot walking tour! Dog-friendly tour options include the National Mall, Tidal Basin, Historic Georgetown, Capitol Hill, and many more. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome on private walking tours only. Public tours are not dog-friendly. Tour departure locations vary based on chosen tour, and reservations are required. See Details
Jones Point Park Leashed dogs are welcome at Jones Point Park! Located on the Potomac River, the Park is a critical piece of Alexandria's history, and it features the last remaining riverine lighthouse in Virginia. Pets must be cleaned up after and on a leash no longer than six feet during their visit. Restrooms, water fountains, and a dog drinking bowl can be found underneath the Park's bridge, and trash bins are scattered throughout the park. Jones Point Park is open year-round from 6am to 10pm. See Details
Torpedo Factory Art Center Founded in 1974 in an old munitions plant, the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA, is a dog-friendly art studio that is known for having the largest amount of working artists in one place. There's all sorts of art for you and Fido to view inside, including painting, ceramics, photography, jewelry, stained glass, fiber, printmaking, and sculpture. See Details
FDR Memorial FDR Memorial is pet-friendly. The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial is a presidential memorial in Washington D.C., dedicated to the 32nd President of the United States. The memorial is the second of two that have been constructed in Washington to commemorate FDR and offers leashed dogs the chance to join their owners on the pathways that weave through the area. The popular place also pays homage to Fala, FDR's Scottish Terrier. One of the most famous presidential pets, Fala was often by the president's side and is commemorated by a statue at the memorial. You can enhance your visit with an audio tour or just enjoy a self-guided tour together. The memorial is open all day, every day of the week. See Details
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Thomas Jefferson Memorial is pet-friendly. This spectacular memorial is a columned rotunda in the style of Rome's Pantheon. Pets are allowed around the Tidal Basin and on the grounds of the memorials, but not inside the memorials themselves. Just make sure that Fido’s leash is 6 feet long or shorter. See Details
Seneca Creek State Park Dogs are allowed at Seneca Creek State Park, made up of 6,300 acres that extend along 14 scenic miles of Seneca Creek towards the Potomac River. There's an astonishing 50 miles of hiking trails around this park for you and Fido to enjoy, spreading out through a variety of woodland. The main hub of the Schaeffer Farm Trail System can also be found within the park, extending into most of the upcounty area with lots of loops that link the Seneca, Muddy Branch, and Potomac watersheds. One of the main attractions of the park is the 90-acre Clopper Lake, surrounded by forests and fields. Dogs are welcome throughout the park on a leash if owners clean up any mess that they leave behind. The park is open from 8am to sunset from March to October and 10am to sunset from November to February. See Details
Adventure DC Tricycle Tours Dogs are welcome to join their owners on tours offered by Adventure DC Tricycle Tours. This pet-friendly tour company offers tours of historic DC via tricycle, also known as a bicycle taxi, pedicab or rickshaw. Stops include all monuments, memorials and museums, including the White House, the Washington Monument, the Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol, Vietnam Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, John Paul Jones, the National Air and Space Museum, Natural History Museum, and the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Tour guides are also happy to stay with your pooch or take them for a walk while you go inside and look around the museums where animals aren't permitted inside. Contact them directly to find out where they are stationed and to set up your very own pet-friendly tour. See Details
Lost Boy Cider Lost Boy Cider is a dog-friendly cidery in Alexandria, VA. Up to two leashed, licensed, and vaccinated dogs per person are welcome to join their owners at this cider house and enjoy the fun. No cider or food consumption for dogs is allowed. You can sometimes find food trucks and other fun events happening; check their website for current schedule. See Details
DC Military Tours DC Military Tours is a dog-friendly tour company in Alexandria, VA. Take a stroll through Old Town Alexandria and learn about its extraordinary history with a resident historian. Start your private walking tour at the Alexandria Visitor’s Center. Tours are available everyday except major holidays, and are tailored to meet your needs, so length and sites can vary. See Details
Glencarlyn Park Your pet will love the chance to cool off on a hot day in the stream at this designated off-leash area. Be careful as the park is not fenced. See Details
The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring Friends School The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring Friends School is dog-friendly, providing Fido and family fun for ages 5 and up. At the park, you'll discover zip lines with harness and equipment, and they offer a safety briefing that demonstrates how to climb and zip line in the park. There are 13 separate trails of varying levels of difficulty around the park. Each trail has zip lines but primarily consist of bridges between the trees and platforms made of rope, cable, and wood. There are over 190 unique challenges within these courses. Although pooches are not welcome on the sky trails, non-climbing observers and their dogs can gain entry into the park for free. All dogs must be on a leash for the duration of their stay. The hours of Adventure Park vary depending on the time of year. Call ahead to double check their hours when you plan on visiting. See Details
Leesylvania State Park State park with hiking trails and river access that welcomes leashed dogs. See Details
Simpson Stadium Dog Park Bring your pet for some off-leash fun at the fenced dog run in this popular city park. See Details
DC Pedicab DC Pedicab is the original pedal-powered purveyor of pedicab sightseeing tours and rides in Washington, DC. Pets are welcomed on all pedicab tours. Rates start at $84 per pedicab, per hour. See Details
Potomac Heritage Trail The Potomac Heritage Trail is a multi-use trail that's a great place to walk Fido in Arlington! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Potomac Heritage Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. 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