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77637 N Shore Rd, Norfolk, VA, US, 23505
Hermitage Museum and Gardens in Norfolk, VA is pet friendly. Leashed dogs are welcome to walk through the beautiful 12-acre waterfront gardens at this early 20th century estate.
501 Front St, Norfolk, VA, US, 23510
PETA's Bea Arthur Dog Park in Norfolk, VA, is a 1-acre dog park featuring a large expanse of lawn, double-gated entrance, a water station, a toy bin, and a shaded picnic area. In a beautiful picturesque location by the water, it is conveniently close to downtown Norfolk, and right near the Cruise lines port.
1600 Trouville Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23505
Dogs are welcome to play off-leash at this dog park. This park features a separate area for small and large dogs. There is also a water fountain for parched pups looking to re-hydrate.
1901 E Ocean View Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23503
The Bold Mariner Brewing Company is pet-friendly. This craft brewery in Norfolk Virginia has a beer garden and an onsite tasting room with open views of the brewery. Dogs are allowed on the porch and there's a food truck that offers BBQ outside. The Bold Mariner Brewing Company is open Monday through Wednesday from 3pm to 9pm, Thursday from 12pm to 9pm, Friday to Saturday from 12pm to 10pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 9pm.
164 Maple Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23503
Your pet is welcome to play off-leash at this dog park with some trees for shade. Be careful as the park is not fenced.
Ghent Dog Park
Stockley Gardens & Maury Ave, 1300 Block of Stockley Gardens, Norfolk, VA, US, 23517
Pets will love to play off-leash in the dog-friendly area of this Norfolk park, though be careful as there is no fencing there as of yet.
COVA Brewing Company
9529 Shore Dr, Norfolk, VA, US, 23518
COVA Brewing Company is a pet-friendly brewery in Norfolk, VA. Bring your leashed pooch to this popular hangout where you can enjoy great craft coffee, craft beer, wine and more. There’s something for everyone at this family-owned business, brewing craft beverages and community in the heart of Ocean View.
Ocean View Beach
111 W Ocean View Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23551
Pets are seasonally welcome to join you on-leash on the white sands of this popular beach. No dogs or domestic animals are allowed on beaches from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. seasonally, beginning the Saturday before Memorial Day through Labor Day.
405 Delaware Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23508
This fenced, off-leash dog park is a great place to meet other friendly dog owners while your dog socializes. Features include benches, drinking water, and shade.
735 E 23rd St, Norfolk, VA, US, 23504
Maker's Craft Brewery is a dog-friendly craft brewery in Norfolk, VA. They serve a variety of smooth, drinkable beers as well as craft soda to enjoy in their taproom or their large outdoor area with Fido. Well behaved, house-broken dogs are always welcome. Food trucks and other events are sometimes onsite; check their website for current schedule.
1129 Boissevain Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23507
Benchtop Brewing Company is a dog-friendly brewery in Norfolk, VA. Leashed dogs are welcome to accompany you on either of the two patios as well as inside the brewery. There are several varieties of beer to try and the selection changes frequently. Be sure to check out their weekly schedule via social media that announces food truck visits and partnerships with local restaurants.
The Chrysler Museum of Art, 1 Memorial Pl, Norfolk, VA, US, 23510
'NEON District Art Tour-Norfolk' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Michael. You and Fido will take a 2-mile guided walking tour in Norfolk exploring different street art. Your host will provide brief narratives on the art and its creators. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 13 and up. Be able to walk two miles in 90 minutes. Rates start at $30 per person.
Elizabeth River Ferry Dock at Waterside, Norfolk, VA, US, 23510
'Norfolk Chronicles Walking Tour' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Michael. You and your pooch will be taken on a guided tour of Norfolk to learn more about the city's history, culture and vision for the future. You will see historic sites such as the Norfolk Mace, visionary Peter Wright's home, Commercial Place Fountain, and more as well as hear about the history of each site and Norfolk's colonial past. Please contact host prior to booking as the tour stops at a museum for a brief visit; the host can forego this part of the tour or someone can wait outside with your dog. The experience lasts 2.5 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 8 and up. Rates start at $21 per person.
2722 Tait Ter, Norfolk, VA, US, 23509
Tait Terrace Dog Park is a fenced-in recreation area in Norfolk, VA, for dogs and their owners to enjoy. There is a separate area in the park for small and large dogs.
114 Orleans Cir, Norfolk, VA, US, 23509
Your pet will love to run and play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes benches and trees for shade.
W Brambleton Ave & Colley Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23507
Leashed pets are welcome to join their owners in this area, which includes a large grass section.
500 Culpepper St, Norfolk, VA, US, 23523
Bring your pet to this park, which has plenty of trees for shade. Unfortunately, due to the lack of a fence, pets must remain on a leash for the duration of their visit.
1310 Stockely Gardens, Norfolk, VA, US, 23517
Ghent dog park is a nice open and shaded dog park in the heart of Ghent.
6125 Carroll Pl, Norfolk, VA, US, 23510
Dogs are welcome to join their owners on a leash in this area, as there is no fence.
Norway Pl & Ashland Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23509
Your pet is welcome to join you on a leash at this dog park with some trees for shade and a creek nearby.
215 Brooke Avenue, Norfolk, VA, US, 23510
Norfolk's Mystery of Norfolk Scavenger Hunt Rout is pet-friendly. Walk from landmark to landmark to discover art, culture and history. Search plaques, statues and art to solve riddles that can only be found on location. If you can't find the answer, they'll guide you to the next location. Leashed pups are welcome to take part in this app-led hunt that can be completed at any time.
1210 Daniel Ave, Norfolk, VA, US, 23505
Leashed dogs are allowed at this dog park without a fenced-in exterior. Dogs and their owners can get some shade from the lovely trees on sunny days.
2500 Shore Dr, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23451
Pets are allowed in all Virginia State Parks. State regulations prohibit pets at designated swim areas and require pets to be confined or kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet and kept under supervision while in the park. Pets are also not allowed in public facilities (bathhouses, visitor centers, park offices, restaurants, etc.) While pets are allowed at False Cape State Park, they are not permitted access through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. To avoid potential inconvenience, we ask that you bring proof of current rabies vaccination. This is strongly recommended in Virginia Beach where a rabies alert is in effect. This massive historical park includes an authentic Indian village, 20 miles of walking trails, and a beach that's dog-friendly year round. The park is the site of the first landing of the Jamestown colonists in 1607. Now, as Virginia's most-visited state park, it's a natural oasis in Virginia Beach's urban oceanfront area. The park has 20 miles of trails and 1.5 miles of sandy Chesapeake Bay beach frontage. Offering many recreational and educational activities, it's a great place to explore unusual habitats featuring bald cypress trees, lagoons, rare plants and wildlife, and maritime forest ecology. Cabins, water and electric hook-up campsites, picnic areas, boat ramps and a camp store with bicycle rentals are also available.
207 East Mellen Street, Hampton, VA, US, 23663
Dogs are welcome at Sly Clyde Ciderworks, where they make a variety of different hard cider from apples picked in West Virginia. The cider varies from classic flavors to blackberry mint, gin-infused, Colonial style, and even habanero rosemary. You are welcome to bring Fido with you to sit inside or out as no food is prepared on the premises. If you do get hungry, Sly Clyde Ciderworks have partnered up with a number of food trucks from the area to feed their hungry guests while they enjoy their beverages. The dog lovers at Sly Clyde Ciderworks also host a number of events to encourage people to adopt dogs throughout the year. Check out their website or Facebook for more information about these. Sly Clyde Ciderworks is open Tuesday through Thursday from 3pm to 9pm, Friday from 12pm to 11pm, Saturday from 11pm to 11pm, and Sunday from 11am to 9pm.
3228 Academy Ave, Portsmouth, VA, US, 23703
comfortable outdoor seating area for a delicious brew. No food is served but they sometimes have food trucks on site as well as other events. Check their website for their current events schedule.Visit Website
310 Edwin Dr, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23462
Known for its 60-foot tall and 800-foot wide mountain, made of compacted layers of solid waste and clean soil, Mount Trashmore Park is dog-friendly! The Park encompasses 165 acres and features two man-made mountains, two lakes, two playgrounds, picnic areas, a skate park and vert ramp, outdoor fitness stations, and multi-use paths. Leashed dogs are allowed to explore the park as long as their owner cleans up after them. There are plenty of dog waste stations scattered throughout Mount Trashmore. Visitors can stop by the park office to check out corn hole boards and bags, footballs, Frisbees, horseshoes and more. Mount Trashmore's hours vary seasonally, so dog owners should check its website or call ahead before planning their outing.
141 Marshview Dr, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23451
Dog Park at Marshview Park in Virginia Beach is home to 100 acres of wooded property on Lake Rudee in the oceanfront area. The park features a dog park with four separate fenced areas that include trees for shade, as well as dog-friendly walking trails.Visit Website
22 Lincoln St, Hampton, VA, US, 23669
Bring your dog with you as you walk this 2.5 mile trail to a beautiful sandy beach. Dogs permitted on-leash during the off-season. Dogs are not permitted from May 15 to September 15.
4132 First Court Rd, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23455
Bayville Farms Park has a fenced, off-leash dog park with three separate areas--one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and one in which turf is being repaired; they rotate. Water is provided via large Gatorade containers and refreshed daily. This is an excellent park with plenty of shade and well behaved dogs.
1255 Big Bethel Rd, Hampton, VA, US, 23666
3/4 acre enclosed dog park. Dogs must be kept on-leash. First time visitors to the Bark Park must register with Park Staff before entering the park. All dogs must be registered to enter the Bark Park. Must have current proof of Animal Registration License from area of residence and current paperwork of valid Rabies, Parvo, Distemper and Bordetella vaccinations and the Rabies Tag Number.
1925 Fisher Arch, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23456
Anderson’s is pet-friendly. This is a great place to walk around and socialize your dog to a store environment. The employees are friendly and are always happy to see the pup. Grab yourself premium plants and more at this Virginia Beach staple. They are open Monday through Thursday from 10am to 8pm, Friday to Saturday from 10am to 9pm and Sunday from 10am to 7pm.
4797 Indian River Rd, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23456
Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the Stumpy Lake Natural Area. The Natural Area features a 278-acre lake, a canoe and kayak launch, and 1.65 miles of soft shared-use trails.
1525 Salem Rd, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23456
206 23rd St, Newport News, VA, US, 23607
welcome to join you at an outdoor table or inside the taproom. They brew a variety of beer styles including saison, IPAs, pilsner, sours, and more. Be sure to check their website for a list of dog-friendly events, live music, and food trucks.
1805 Kempsville Rd, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23464
pet-friendly table at Back Bay's Farmhouse Brewing Co. in Virginia Beach, VA. Back Bay brews a wide selection of year-round, seasonal, and limited edition beers.
2249 N Landing Rd, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23456
welcome to join you on a visit to this 217-acre site as you enjoy fishing, hiking, and bird-watching. Dogs are permitted as long as they are leashed and never left unattended. Please clean up after your pets to ensure the trails remain clean and enjoyable for all visitors.