Best Dog parks in Maryland: dreamland boardwalk

Dreamland Boardwalk, Maryland Let your dog explore a series of wooden walkways and waterslides 23.50-28.50pm est tba For the couple months that the Mall in Columbia is closed for renovations, the Clear Link Dog…

Best Dog parks in Maryland: dreamland boardwalk

Dreamland Boardwalk, Maryland

Let your dog explore a series of wooden walkways and waterslides

23.50-28.50pm est tba

For the couple months that the Mall in Columbia is closed for renovations, the Clear Link Dog Walk offers a unique opportunity to take your furry companion for a stroll on a special pathway with a set of ramps and a set of swings—just like at the Mall, but here. You’ve seen the flyers, but the walk can be hard to arrange as no locals near the mall will know the walkway is for dogs.

26.00-8.00pm est tba

Kidsville, Glenelg, Maryland

Bring your pup on a play date at the Kidsville playground for some one-on-one time with a friend from kindergarten. There’s a cool wall that kids can climb, a game room, and even a play area for small dogs and kids with soft ground toys, like the one below.

29.00-8.00pm est tba

Doggy Canteen, Bethesda, Maryland

The annual Doggie Canteen is an enjoyable meal for people and pups alike. There’s plenty of food to choose from, and a DJ will keep the tunes lively.

29.00-9.00pm est tba

Ravens Yard, Laurel, Maryland

Take your dog for a dash to the park on the hot summer days or because it feels a little cold in your backyard. It’s a great opportunity to pick up food with just the dog and not three adults together.

45.00-10.00pm est tba

Quaker City Mile, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Don’t spend the long day at the track with your dog if it’s too hot out. Stick it out on the grass and let the dog run freely, letting your dog climb trees and head for the wooded areas. Of course, you’ll probably want to bring his food with you!

6.00-7.00pm est tba

Brandywine River Dog Park, Fairmont, Maryland

This is one of the first 5-acre dog parks in Maryland. It is a great place to play with the family or can be rented for private gatherings by anyone with a dog.

9.00-10.00pm est tba

BK Dog Park, Laurel, Maryland

Do you think your dog deserves a five-acre “park”? Check out the Five-acre dog park at Meadowbrook Park. Each day the park opens, dogs can choose where they go to play. You can pre-book your spot, and they will even take care of cleaning it up.

12.00-3.00pm est tba

Three Lions Park, Astoria, Maryland

Besides the daytime walk with your dog, if you want more change than a park seat provides, you can rent a lounge chair out in the grassy area for a night. Take your dog for a quick round or go for a long swim in the pool. A side feature in the area is a solarium.

30.00-3.00pm est tba

Huron Hills Park, Georgetown, Maryland

Similar to Brandywine River Park, this is a multi-acre dog park with ample hiking and a pickleball court for you to play. It’s small, but you’ll be busy in all of the cute little houses and open fields.

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