Terminal Guide for Reagan National Airport Pet Relief Areas
Indoor and outdoor DCA pet relief areas are easily accessible. Each terminal has its own station, and Terminal B has two options. All D.C. airport pet relief stations are marked with signage, but if you have a difficult time finding yours, these directions should be helpful.
- To access the Terminal C pet relief area, exit through the ground level of the terminal. The station will be across from the North Metrorail Station entrance.
- To access the Terminal B pet relief area, exit through the ground level of the terminal. The station will be across from the South Metrorail Station entrance.
- To access the Terminal B/A station, exit through Door 1, close to Exhibit Hall and Gates 10-22. The station will be on your right.
- To access the Terminal A area, exit through Door 5, close to the Pedestrian Walkway. The station will be on your left.
- To access the indoor Terminal A area, enter through security and proceed down the concourse toward Gates 1-9.
- To access the other indoor pet relief area, enter through security and proceed down the concourse toward Gates 46-59.
Area Map of DCA Pet Relief Stations
What to Expect at a Reagan National Airport Pet Relief Area
The Reagan Airport pet relief areas are fairly standard. There is little information available about indoor pet relief areas, as they are newer additions to the airport. The outdoor relief stations are small, grassy areas complete with benches, signs, waste bags, and trash receptacles. They are not fenced, meaning you should keep your dog on a leash while he uses the area.
We know that the Terminal B and C pet relief stations can be difficult to locate. If you are having trouble finding your pet relief station, look for the Metrorail platform. The stations are located at either end of the platform.
Reagan National should be easy to navigate with an animal. The terminals are small and close together, allowing pet owners to easily access the closest pet relief station. Most of the outdoor areas are just across the street from the main airport body, allowing for a quiet experience without needing to walk for several minutes. Though this airport may be chaotic for pet owners traveling during holiday seasons (when security lines are longer), a weekend trip to Washington, D.C. is perfectly doable with your furry friend in tow.