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Off-Leash Dog Parks in Lorton, VA

There are 3 off-leash dog parks in Lorton, and 62 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 Lorton.

Pet Friendly Occoquan Regional Park
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
Pet Friendly Pohick Bay Regional Park
Pohick Bay Regional Park Spend a day on the bay with our canoe, paddleboard, stand up paddleboard, and kayak rentals, or bring your own boat to our public boat launch ramp. Make a day of it by renting a picnic shelter - including the Eagle’s Nest, which overlooks Pohick Bay, or stay a little longer and reserve one of our cabins or campsites. See Details
Meadowood Recreation Area Just 18 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., Meadowood is an 800-acre mosaic of gently sloping open meadows, mature hardwood forests, freshwater ponds, creeks, streams, and riparian wetlands. This diverse habitat supports a great variety of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, red fox, coyote, beaver, raccoons, hawks, eagles, reptiles, amphibians, and more. 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
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
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
Founders Park Off Leash Dog Area Pets will love the chance to play off-leash in the designated area of this city park. Be careful as the area is not fenced. 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
Walter C Pierce Community Park Small--but always busy--dog park between Woodley Park and Adams Morgan. Easy to access off of Calvert Street just east of the Duke Ellington bridge. See Details
Turkey Hill Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash in the fenced dog run at La Plata's pretty Turkey Hill Park. Bring drinking water. No pit bulls permitted. See Details
White Plains Dog Park Pets rave about this White Plains off-leash dog park, which is fenced with water spigot, benches, and a community message board. See Details
Ellsworth Urban Dog Park Ellsworth Urban Dog Park consists of two separate, fully enclosed and ADA-compliant exercise areas: a small dog area (approximately 2,800 square feet) intended for dogs under 20 pounds, and a large dog area (approximately 17,000 square feet) intended for healthy, well-socialized dogs over 20 pounds. Each enclosure includes a drinking fountain, hose bib or quick coupler connection, artificial turf play mound, benches, shared shade structure, trash receptacles, and a variety of surfacing materials. Open daily from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Shirlington Dog Park Shirlington Dog Park is a very large park with gates that lead to a stream. The park has separate areas for large and small dogs to play, and is a well-maintained area with lots and lots of room for running. Shirlington Dog Park is open daily from sunrise - sunset. 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
Dog Run Park at Carlyle Bring your pet to play off-leash at this fenced dog park with separate small dog area, grass, gravel, benches, and drinking water. 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
Fort Barnard Dog Park Your pet will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park with lights for night use, grass, picnic tables, and a friendly crowd. See Details
Towers Dog Park Pets go wild for this fenced, off-leash dog park with separate small dog area, water spigots, lights for night use, and loads of tennis balls. See Details
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
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
Fort Ethan Allen Dog Park This fenced off-leash dog park is known for its friendly locals, drinking water, mulch ground cover, and benches to relax on. See Details
Fort Ward Park Leashed dogs are welcome in Fort Ward Park, which is located on West Braddock Road in Alexandria. See Details