Dog's Guide to Washington, DC

Dog's Guide to Washington, DC

The capital of our nation, Washington, DC, is a great place to enjoy a history-filled vacation with your favorite pooch. Take your dog when you visit the National Mall and, after a long day exploring the city, stop at one of the city's restaurants that offer doggie happy hour. Washington, DC also has many parks where you and your pet can take a nice stroll in the outdoors.  Be sure to take the time to visit Rock Creek Park, an oasis of nature in the city.

Off-Leash Dog Parks
Walter Pierce Park Dog Park - 20th Street and Calvert Street, NW
Shaw Dog Park - 11th Street and Rhode Island Avenue, NW

Dog-Friendly Parks (on-leash)

Glover Park Dog Park - 39th Street and W Street, NW
Lincoln Park - Capital Hill, 11th/N. Carolina
Marion Park - E Street and 6th Street, SE
C&O Canal Towpath - M Street
Capital Crescent Trail - Water Street, NW
National Arboretum - New York Ave, NE
Rock Creek Park - Glover Rd, NW

Pet-Friendly Restaurants
Zaytinya - 9th St., NW
Cantina Marina - Water St, SW
Bangkok Bistro - Prospect St., NW
Cafe Milano - Prospect St., NW
Helix Lounge - Hotel Helix Rhode Island Ave., NW
Union Pub - Massachusets Ave., NE

National Mall - Independence Ave and 14th St.
Jefferson Memorial - National Mall
FDR Memorial - National Mall
Lincoln Memorial - National Mall

WMATA - Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority allows pets to be transported in secure carriers that have no possibility of escape.
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