Dog Boarding in Newport News
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Why choose Rover dog boarding in Newport News?
When pet parents are looking an easy dog sitting alternative to the big boarding facilities, Newport News Rover sitters step in to treat their dog just like they would - like family. Get connected to trusted dog people by browsing Rover's community of sitters in minutes, and book your favorite Newport News dog sitter with just a few taps.
Why do dog owners love Newport News?
Smack dab in the middle of coastal Virginia, Newport News features popular attractions for museum lovers like the Virginia Living Museum with its planetarium and the Mariners' Museum which features maritime history and remains of the USS Monitor ironclad. For more adventurous types the rides and slides at Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA are popular summer attractions in Newport News. While these attractions may be fun for humans their are many dog friendly parks and walking areas that your pup will enjoy.
What are some great dog-walking parks in Newport News?
Newport News dog boarding sitters love to take dogs for adventures to the many pet-friendly parks around the city. Some popular dog-friendly parks include Newport News Park, the largest park in the city - and one of largest city-run parks in the United States at 8,065 acres. The park features a 5.3-mile walking and biking loop that's well shaded. Part of the loop even crosses into the Colonial National Historical Park, the site of George Washington's headquarters during the American Revolutionary War.You can also visit Fido Field Dog Park in Riverview Farm Park that features a paved two mile loop, an eighth acre for small dogs 20 pounds or less, a one-acre area for large dogs, covered benches, and a water fountain for dogs and handlers. In downtown Newport News you'll find Victory Landing Park, a 5.44-acre green-space park offering amazing views of the James River. Huntington Park and King-Lincoln Park both have beach access, while Victory Landing Park offers riverfront walking paths with views of aircraft carriers and submarines. For sunset views, stroll Denbigh Park's walking trails.
What are some great neighborhoods for dogs in Newport News?
Along with beautiful parks for dogs to enjoy, Newport News' many neighborhoods are also dog friendly. Listed on the National Register of Historic places, the English-village-style neighborhood of Hilton Village makes for a beautiful stroll. Port Warwick is an ultra-walkable neighborhood where residents make their way on foot from homes to their workplace, shops, and restaurants. And not too far away is the new Oyster Point City Center, another bustling business district with a very pedestrian-friendly environment. Whether your Newport News dog boarding host takes your best friend on a dog walk in one of Newport News' beautiful parks while dog sitting or stays around the neighborhood, you can have peace of mind that your pup is in good hands with Rover!