Dogs can play off leash at several nearby dog parks. Plans for adding more such dog parks are currently in the works in several counties.
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|Columbia Dog Park||5901 Rivendell Ln, Columbia, MD 21044, USA|| |
Columbia DogPark is an off-leash area operated and maintained by Columbia Association. The park consists of 2.7 acres divided into two fenced areas one for small and one for large dogs. Open dawn to dusk, year round (closed Thursday mornings for maintenance). Annual registration required; $35 for residents; $40 for non-residents). 410-312-6330 Visit the Columbia Dog Park website for details and fees. View in Google maps
|Worthington Dog Park||8170 Hillsborough Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21043, USA|| |
This dog park offers 2.7 acres of off-leash play areas with separate sections for large and small dogs. All dogs must have proof of rabies vaccine and licensure in the county of residence. Open 7 am to dusk. All users must have either a daily permit ($5 at the park) or an annual permit ($40, available by application). 410-313-4700 Visit the Worthington Dog Park website for details and fees. View in Google maps
|Dr. Bruce Morley Dog Playground||Van Dusen Rd, Laurel, MD 20707, USA|| |
This Dog Playground, adjacent to the Leo E. Wilson Park, has two fenced-in areas: one for larger dogs and one for smaller dogs. There are dog waste stations and water fountains. Dogs must be in good health and current on all vaccinations. Park closes at dusk. Membership required; $30 for residents; $35 for non-residents). Visit the Dr. Bruce Morley Dog Playground website for details. View in Google maps
|Wheaton Regional Park||11710 Orebaugh Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20902, USA|| |
The Dog Park at Wheaton Regional Park (Montogmery County) is about one-half acre in size and enclosed with a 6-foot chain link fence. Open sunrise to sunset. Entrance is free. Visit the Montgomery Parks website for details. View in Google maps
|Canton Dog Park||3221 Toone St, Baltimore, MD 21224, USA|| |
The Canton Dog Park consists of a double-gated perimeter fence, divided into two sections: one for large dogs, and one for smaller or older dogs. The dog park is open from dawn to dusk. Donations welcome. 410-342-0900 Visit the Canton Dog Park website for details. View in Google maps