Baltimore, Maryland Dog Parks & Dog Runs - Cat-Friendly Listings

Maryland: Baltimore: Dog Parks & Dog Runs

Baltimore - as cat-friendly as they come! This city guide will show you all the best (and worst) places for your pets. Don't forget to add your reviews for the businesses in this ultimate resource.

Top-Rated Dog Parks & Dog Runs



Toone Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
On the intersection of South Bouldin and Toone Streets, the Canton Dog Park gives dogs a chance to run around leash free with other dogs. The park offers a fenced in area for large dogs and one for small/older dogs. It is open daily from dawn to dusk


Campgrounds
2500 Druid Park Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215
Druid Hill Park is a 742 acre park in northwest Baltimore, MD. It surrounds the Druid Hill Lake reservoir, and contains the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, as well as the Baltimore Conservatory. The park offers walking and biking trails, a frisbee golf course, a swimming pool and seven tennis courts, in addition to playgrounds, "workout hotspots" with free weights and rowing machines, and basketball courts. Last, but not least, the park is huge, offering plenty of free space (particularly off-path) for you and your canine friend to run!



1412 W. Lombard St
Baltimore, MD 21223
The Gwen Falls trail is very scenic and wondering. Some spots are open enough for off leash, others are not. Very nice and unexpected urban wildeness.


Daycare, Groomers & Spas, Training & Obedience, General Pet Stores, Newspapers
3500 Ash Street
Baltimore, MD 21209
Thank you for your interest in Pawsitive Paul's Dog Training. Paul Sheinberg, a Certified Canine Training Specialist, has worked with all manner of canines from Teacup Poodles to Great Danes, and although he wouldn't train both those breeds in the same manner, certain things will always remain the same. Paul's classes are fun, interactive, hands-on and are perfect for all ages. The series of classes Paul teaches start with the basics, and by the end of the series, your pooch (and you) will know anywhere from 10-12 different commands. Our classes also help with extinguishing any unwanted behavior like chewing on the furniture, barking, potty training and leash aggression. The classes run for around 45 minutes to an hour and we meet once a week. Pawsitive Paul's has new classes running all the time, and they are truly affordable. Feel free to call or email to answer any and all questions you may have.



Falls Rd. at Lakeside Dr.
Baltimore, MD 21209
This large piece of wilderness (over 450 acres) offers miles of trails for hiking and jogging. One of the main trails circumscribes Lake Roland, which was once one of the city's main reservoirs. Other trails reach back into densely forested areas, some taking you over scenic footbridges and others through small tunnels. The park is a popular destination for dog walkers, and the less rugged trails are often crowded. Otherwise, it's a great urban escape.



1022 Joh Ave
In the cemetery
Baltimore, MD 21229
Fenced area where you can allow your dog to run off leash. No amenities or trash facilities.



3100 wyman park drive
right off of keswick rd
baltimore, MD 21211
huge park water all around many friendly dogs and people clean they have poop bags at all the entry points but you will have to go there quicly because the city wants to turn the land into driveways and streets and things of that nature



Corner of N Charles St. and 29th St.
In front of the Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore, MD 21218
In the Charles village area. Its not fenced in but its a large area that's down in a valley like space. A nice sanctuary in the city.

 Dog Parks & Dog Runs:
  • Canton Dog Park
  • Druid Hill Park
  • Julie Guy
  • Pawsitive Paul's Dog Training
  • Robert E. Lee Memorial Park
  • Violetville Dog Park
  • wyman park
  • Wyman Park

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