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Dog Areas in Andrews Air Force Base

Andrews Air Force Base is part of Joint Base Andrews in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Even though it's a military base, the population of Andrews Air Force Base is comparable to that of a small village or even a town. If you're visiting the Air Force base with your pooch, or if you live here with a canine companion, you'll find several dog-friendly activities in nearby Camp Springs and Clinton.

Andrews AFB FamCamp is a military campground right next to the Andrews Air Force Base. The campground is open to active military, National Guard, Reservists, and retired and disabled veterans. Dogs are welcome to join their human companions as long as they are kept on-leash and cleaned up after. There's also a doggie play area where your fur baby can sniff out some new friends!

If you want to go on an adventure that doesn't involve a military environment, take a 10-minute drive to Rosaryville State Park in Upper Marlboro. Miles of walking trails and a beautiful scenic area with a historic mansion make for a pawfect day out! Pooches are welcome, but they aren’t allowed near the mansion or inside the buildings. Don't forget to bring some waste bags along to help keep the grounds clean.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Andrews Air Force Base

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    #1 Northview Drive


    Northview Drive is one of the central pet-friendly neighborhoods in Bowie. Just a skip and a hop from the town center, this area features plenty of shopping facilities and eateries. But you can't call it a pet-friendly neighborhood unless it has a place just for pets, right? It's also home to Bowie Dog Park, a favorite spot for local pooches! The park is open until 9 PM most days, but it's most pawpular around lunch time. The park is free and open to the public; however, you'll need to provide proof of vaccinations, and your pup must be wearing a tag on their collar.

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    #2 Greenbelt Park


    Greenbelt Park is a wonderful location for explorers and outdoor enthusiasts, complete with miles of walking trails, charming woodlands, and cozy campgrounds. Located between Greenbelt, Berwyn Heights, and East Riverdale, just 20 miles from Washington, D.C., this park is a pawesome place to have a blast with Fido. If your pup needs to stretch his legs after the long car ride, paw on over to Greenbelt Dog Park on Hanover Drive. This is a clean and scenic neighborhood dog park that provides seating for pet parents. Drinking water is always available on-site as well as water bowls. Time to run and play off-leash!

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    Population Density 3,807/sq mi

    #3 Berwyn


    Berwyn is a quiet and friendly neighborhood bordered by Baltimore Avenue to the west, just 30 minutes north of Andrews Air Force Base. The residential quarters here are in close proximity to shopping and dining facilities, as well as green parks where you can enjoy a morning jog with your best furry friend! Most of the parks are pet-friendly, but your best bet will be College Park Dog Park. This furrific park provides benches, plenty of space to run, and lots of friendly local pups to play with! You'll also find a trailhead for Paint Branch Trail right outside the enclosure.

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    Population Density 866/sq mi

    #4 West Riverdale


    West Riverdale is located at the intersection of Highway 410 and Baltimore Avenue in Riverdale Park, Maryland. This is a great place to do a little shopping, enjoy the variety of cuisines offered along Baltimore Avenue, or relax in Riverdale Community Park. Waggertail Dog Park is a wonderful extension to the main recreation area. The park offers tons of fun, lots of friendly paws, and fresh drinking water for visitors! However, you have to be a resident of Prince George’s County to enter the area. If you live nearby, get your papers ready for the first visit and prepare to have a blast with some pup peers!

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    Population Density 7,760/sq mi

    #5 West Hyattsville


    Like many places in central Maryland, West Hyattsville has a humid subtropical climate, which means you can explore the great outdoors with your pooch year round here! West Hyattsville is also home to quiet residential quarters and a dog park – Heurich Dog Park – which is the happenin' haunt for all the local hounds. If you're looking for a place to socialize, look no further! The park offers two spacious areas for large and small breeds. You can relax on a bench and chat with the other pet parents while your wily woofer sniffs out some new friends. Don't forget the water and waste bags!

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