VB Dog Walk
First Landing State Park
2500 Shore Dr.
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Phone: 757-412-2300 Email: email@example.com
With over 20 miles of sandy and dirt trails winding through Northern Virginia Beach, First Landing State park is the perfect place for a dog walk. The park has walking path entrances by Shore Drive and Great Neck road. It's free to walk your dog into the park. If you want to park your car inside the park, then there are fees to do so. At the 64th street entrance there is free on-street city parking wherever you can find a spot. There are lots of wildlife and plenty of space to get exercise with your dog and enjoy the wooded forest trails.
Located at the Southern end of Virginia Beach, Sandbridge is often called the Outer Banks of Virginia. Located on a thin strip of "barrier island like" beaches, Sandbridge offers secluded vacation homes away from the crowds at the Oceanfront resort area. Dogs are allowed on the beach here year round, however leash laws are a city-wide rules and always remember to bring baggies to clean up after your pet. Sandbridge beach has about 4.5 miles of beach access, plenty of room to enjoy walking your dog in the sand near the water.
At the resort area in the fall, winter, and spring or "off-season" is a dog walkers dream. Tons of beach access to let your dog roam free. However, in the summer tourist months, its best to find another spot to enjoy walking your dog in Virginia Beach. Animals are prohibited on the boardwalk, grassy areas, or the beach between Rudee Inlet and 42nd St. from 6:00 pm on the Friday prior to Memorial Day until 6:00 pm on Labor Day.
City of Virginia Beach Ordinance Section 5-531. Keeping dogs under restraint; leash law (upon entering and leaving dog park)
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Red Wing Park
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