Rising Sun is a small, rural town in Cecil County, Maryland. Near Conowingo and Port Deposit, on the route to Havre De Grace, you will find plenty of unique places to visit and live with your dog in Rising Sun. The town is just minutes from the town of North East, and the two share many resources, including recreational centers. There are no animal hospitals in the town of Rising Sun, but there is one as you continue on toward North East and several more along Pulaski Highway toward the Maryland/Delaware border. You will find plenty of parks and forest trails as you drive to the north toward the Maryland/Pennsylvania border.
Triangle Dog Park and Trails is a popular destination in Rising Sun for dog lovers. You will see plenty of dogs enjoying some off-leash fun with their humans throughout this fenced-in park. Dog lovers can be found here in droves on nice days, watching their pups make new friends and enjoying some time with other pupperific people. Dogs will need to be on-leash with you outside of your backyard or the dog park. Plumpton County Park is another popular destination for dog enthusiasts if you want the pawfect place to take your canine for a long walk or a game of fetch in the grass.
In North Rising Sun, you will find plenty of room for you and your dog to explore and enjoy the day together. This residential neighborhood is sparsely populated, leaving plenty of space for dog walkers to enjoy the scenery. The Nottingham County Park is just a short, thirty-minute drive from Rising Sun, on the other side of the Maryland/Pennsylvania Border. The Rising Sun Waste Water Lagoon is surrounded by a beautiful green space that is perfect for a picnic or a roll in the grass with your dog. You will need to bring waste bags in order to clean up after your pet before you leave to continue your pupperific adventures in other neighborhoods in Rising Sun.
West Rising Sun is a pawtastic neighborhood if you like the quiet suburban life. This neighborhood is close to the highways on either side, with plenty of residential real estate available throughout the area. You will find the neighborhood is just a few minutes from Stone Run, a popular river visited by locals throughout the year that flows through the entire town and into other nearby towns. You will want to pack a towel and your waste bags for your adventures so that you can dry off and clean up before piling back into the car to go on about your day.
Central Rising Sun is right in the middle of all of the natural beauty that this town has to offer. Dogs love visiting the local McDonald’s with their humans for a quick bite to eat at their outdoor tables. Richardson Park is a great local green space where your dog can roll in the grass while waiting for you to throw that tennis ball! Just don’t forget your waste bags or your drinking water so that you can get the most out of your time out with your dog. Riviera Maya is a classic eatery with plenty of outdoor tables where dogs are welcome, but you will want to call ahead if the weather is questionable.
East Rising Sun is a sleepy little part of town just minutes from Central Rising Sun. Cecil County Parks and Recreation is just a short drive to the south, and it's a pupperific place to take your furry family on a Saturday afternoon for some tail-wagging fun in the sun. Your dog will go nose over tail when she gets a sniff of the trees and wildlife that make walking through this park so pleasant and relaxing after a long week of work. You will need clean-up bags and plenty of drinking water for your day. You may also want to bring a picnic blanket to relax on the grass while your dog rolls around.
South Rising Sun is a beautiful part of town where you can enjoy plenty of fresh air and fun scenic walks with your four-legged walking buddy. Stubbs Hill Regional Park is a local favorite for dog walkers and dog parents looking for a pawesome place to have some fun and spend some quality time together. Your dog will have loads of fun running through the fields or chasing tennis balls with you, or you can just go for a relaxing, leisurely stroll on the walking paths around the park. You will need to make sure you have waste bags to clean up after your companion before heading home.