Alexandria dog parks

Your Complete Guide to Alexandria Dog Parks

April 10, 2017 | Inside Alexandria | By: The Goodhart Group

Alexandria Dog Parks

Alexandria loves its dogs — and dog parks! It offers countless dog-friendly amenities around town, including plentiful outdoor options. Looking for new Alexandria dog parks to try this spring? Look no further! We’ve rounded up the many Alexandria dog parks for your convenience and enjoyment.

City of Alexandria

FENCED ALEXANDRIA DOG PARKS

  • Simpson Stadium Park, Monroe Avenue (with lighting)
  • Duke Street, east of the Charles E. Beatley, Jr. Library
  • Montgomery Park, at the corner of Fairfax and 1st Streets
  • Dog Run Park at Carlyle, at 450 Andrew’s Lane.
  • Ben Brenman Park, by Backlick Creek

UNFENCED ALEXANDRIA DOG PARKS

  • Founders Park, Oronoco Street and Union Street
  • Windmill Hill Park, Gibbon and Union Streets
  • Southeast corner of Braddock Road and Commonwealth
  • Hooff’s Run, east of Commonwealth between Oak and Chapman Streets
  • Ft. Williams Parkway, at Dearborn Rd
  • Tarleton Park , near intersection of Vermont and Jenkins Avenues
  • Chambliss Street , near Gary Avenue intersection
  • W. Timberbranch Parkway and Parkway Terrace
  • Chinquapin Park, 3210 King Street
  • Monticello Park, 320 Beverly Drive
  • Four Mile Run Park / Edison Street cul-de-sac
  • Mount Jefferson Park / W&OD Railroad, at Raymond Avenue

Fairfax County

  • Grist Mill , at 4710 Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway
  • Lenclair Park, at 6725 Lenclair Street
  • Westgrove, at 6801 Fort Hunt Road

For a complete list of all Alexandria parks, click here.

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