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Anne Arundel County offers beaches just for canines. Among them are: DOWNS PARK DOG BEACH in Pasadena and QUIET WATERS PARK DOG BEACH
8311 John Downs Loop, Pasadena, MD
Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the arboretum. Humans must clean up after their canine companions.
4915 Greenspring Ave, Baltimore, MD, US, 21209
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN VINEYARD
People can enjoy a picnic with their pet in a lovely setting (sorry, no beverages outside).
18125 Comus Rd, Dickerson, MD 20842
Go On A Ghost Tour
Listen to hair-raising tales of Baltimore’s haunted history on a ghost tour! Baltimore Ghost Tours offers Ghost Walks in Fells Point and Mount Vernon, where you’ll be spooked by the many eerie sites in the seaport town.
See A Movie
Catch a flick at Bengies Drive-In Theatre, home of the biggest movie theater screen in the US. Well behaved dogs and their owners are welcome to enjoy the movie from their car, or relax on the grass in a lawn chair or blanket.
Cruises on the Bay
Cruises on the Bay offers a narrated Baltimore Harbor boat cruise. You can check out the attractions of the Inner Harbor including the iconic Domino Sugar sign, Fort McHenry, and the Key Bridge.
Dogs must be leashed, but they get to cruise for free!
Cruises on the Bay offers 45-minute and 90-minute cruises, evening rides, and cruises in Annapolis.
Baltimore Water Taxi
Dogs of Charm City teamed up with Baltimore Water Taxi to offer Canine Cruises, a series of curated, on-board rides for you and your pup.
For each month of spring and summer they’ll bring you a themed boat cruise to hang out and ride the waves! The Baltimore Water Taxi is a great way to explore Baltimore, and now your dog can join in too.
The Admiral’s Cup: The Admiral’s Cup hosts #DrinkWithYourDog events, where they offer free pup portraits and beer discounts. Try their Flying Dog brew and sweet potato tater tots while you’re there. You can keep up with the latest news on events by joining their #DrinkWithYourDog Facebook group. (1647 Thames St.)
Independent Brewing Company: Located at the top of the popular Ma and Pa Trail, the Independent Brewing Company features 26 rotating taps of small batch artisanal ales and cider. They have a daily rotating calendar of local food trucks, so you can grab some grub too. Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the tap room. (418 N Main Street)
Diamondback Brewing Co.: Diamondback Brewing Company makes hazy, bold beers worth guzzling. Try their handmade pizzas and pretzels. Although they have a brewery cat (named Inky!) they’re still dog-friendly. Dogs are allowed on the outdoor patio. (1215 E Fort Ave.)
Blue Pit BBQ: Although Blue Pit is a BBQ joint, they host great Yappy Hour events especially for dogs! They’re known for organizing fundraisers for nonprofits like the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) and the SPCA. Their dog-friendly back patio welcomes well-behaved pups and has water bowls, a dog selfie board, treats, and special gifts for four-legged friends. (1601 Union Ave.)
The Sandlot is a fun-house for adults. Located right on the harbor, this beach oasis has games like giant Jenga, volleyball, and corn-hole. There are tables, lounges, couches, and even hammocks to relax on, and a sandy surface to get that real beach feel. Try their Bed of Roses rosé slushie and Pup in a Cup corn dog. Bring a credit card – they’re cashless! (1000 Wills St)
DogWatch Tavern: Come for the Skee-Ball and pinball, and stay for the free treats and water bowls. DogWatch Tavern has tons of happy hour specials and bar games, and enough fun and games for both you and your pup. Dogs are welcome to hang at the outdoor tables. (709 S. Broadway)
Downs Park Dog Beach: Situated on the Chesapeake Bay, Downs Park offers more than five miles of paved and natural trails, as well as a dog beach. There are panoramic views of the bay, as well as shady, paved trails to enjoy. The dog beach is partly fenced in, so you can feel safe allowing your dog to frolic off-leash. (8311 John Downs Loop, Pasadena, Md. 21122)
Pet Depot: Just a short trip from Baltimore, Pet Depot offers a hydrotherapy and recreational pool for your pup to enjoy. Their super large pool (16 feet wide x 36 feet long x 4 feet deep) has a 2-foot knee wall surrounding the pool and can fit multiple dogs. Plus, there’s a ramp for easy walk-in access, so no dogs need to be lifted in or out of the pool. Your dog is free to visit same day, but we recommend calling ahead to make a reservation. (2151 Greenspring Drive, Timonium, MD 21093)
Canine Fitness Center: The Canine Fitness Center is dedicated to keeping your furry friend healthy and happy. They offer an array of services, like acupuncture and massages, as well as swimming. Bring your dog and their shot records, and they’ll provide the rest, including swim vests, water toys, and a shower facility with an air dryer and towels. (1353 Generals Highway, Crownsville)d
Downs Park Dog Beach 2151 Greenspring Drive, Timonium, MD 21093)
Canton Dog Park — 3221 Toone St, Baltimore, MD 21224
Canton Waterfront Park — 3001 Boston St, Baltimore, MD 21224
Cromwell Valley Park — 2002 Cromwell Bridge Rd, Parkville, MD 21234
Downs Park Dog Beach — 8311 John Downs Loop, Pasadena, MD 21122
Dypski Park — 1213 S Ellwood Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
Federal Hill Park — 300 Warren Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230
Gunpowder State Park — 7200 Graces Quarters Rd, Middle River, MD 21220
Howards Park Dog Park — 310 Centre St, Baltimore, MD 21201
Locust Point Dog Park — 1529 Fort Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230
Oregon Ridge Park — 13555 Beaver Dam Rd, Cockeysville, MD 21030
Patterson Dog Park — 200 S Linwood Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
Paw Point Dog Park — 1000 Lakeside Dr, Baltimore, MD 21210
Susquehanna State Park — 4188 Wilkinson Rd, Havre De Grace, MD 21078
Susquehanna State Park is a beautiful public state park that sits right on the water. You and your leashed dog can enjoy the woods, rocks, fishing, and hiking/biking trails. Yet another great dog-friendly park to visit.
Two Rivers Park — Baltimore, MD 21224
Two Rivers Park is located on the east side of the Canton neighborhood. It's a peaceful public park where you can take your leashed dog for a stroll on a nice day. It was renovated back in 2003, and has beautiful walking paths, cast iron fencing, green grass, and lovely shade trees.
Wyman Park Dell — 2929 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Wyman Park Dell is located within Wyman Park, on the north side of Baltimore. Your dog can accompany you for a stroll through the park, as long as they are on-leash. You can enjoy the 16-acres of this city park, with plenty of walking trails, grassy space, historical statues, and seasonal events.