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Dog Areas in Annapolis

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With plenty of beaches, parks, and downtown areas, someone visiting Annapolis will never run out of things to experience with their furry friend.

If your dog is a fan of free running and playing chase, check out Quiet Waters Dog Park. There are two specially designated areas for you and your best friend to play at. One is for large and possibly more boisterous dogs and the other area is for small or elderly pooches. There is also a dog beach to let Fido run free and play in the waves.

If you are in Annapolis in the autumn, stop by the annual Click and Treat Photo Benefit Day. You can get pictures done of your pet pal and all fees paid benefits the Animal Legal Defense Fund.

If you are hungry after playing all day, you can grab a bite to eat at Harry Browne's Restaurant. This restaurant is conveniently nestled right in the heart of historic downtown and allows well-behaved dogs on their outside terrace. If it's a post-Saturday morning jog, stop at Baltimore Coffee and Tea for a quick brew and bagel. When staying in Annapolis, you can bring your dog with you to the Loews Annapolis Hotel. This beautifully modern hotel has full amenities and is only a short distance away from the Annapolis harbor. Annapolis is a lovely city with plenty of historical sights to see and to experience with your pet!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Annapolis

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,168/sq mi

    #1 Broadneck

    Broadneck is home to two wonderful dog parks. The aptly named Broadneck Dog Park gives the whole family something to look forward to. It’s surrounded by baseball diamonds and a playground for children, and provides an off-leash spot for your pup to kick up his heels after walking or playing on the “people” side of the par. Broadneck is also home to one section of Baltimore and Annapolis Trail Park. This rail line turned trail offers a very different experience from the dog park. Dogs have to be leashed, but there’s much more activity in the form of joggers, bikers, and your own hike!
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    Population Density 3,155/sq mi

    #2 Eastport

    Eastport offers you two great experiences in one. You and your pup have plenty of puppertunities to raise your heartrate in Quiet Waters Park. This large park has it all. First, there’s a small dog beach perfect for adventurous smalls. Dogs large and small can run free in the two fenced, off-leash areas of the park. You can also go for a hike or attend one of Quiet Waters Park’s many events and functions with your leashed dog at your side. If you’re tired and dirty, head next door to the Bark’N’Bean, an idea so brilliant you’ll wish you thought of it: a dog groomer that will serve you lattes while you wait.
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    Population Density 4,802/sq mi

    #3 Naval Academy


    Annapolis’s Naval Academy neighborhood hosts Cruises on the Bay by Watermark Annapolis. Annapolis’s natural beauty is no surprise to pup parents who walk their dogs daily, but this is a chance to enjoy it in a unique way. Cruises on the Bay by Watermark Annapolis offers dog-friendly cruises around the bay. The trip is equipped with water bowls and amazing views. If your pup isn’t easily impressed, they can also snooze the trip away on dog blankets. All well-behaved, leashed dogs are not only welcome but encouraged, making this Naval Academy activity a must-see.

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    Population Density 1,211/sq mi

    #4 Edgewater

    Not far from the great parks of Eastport is a large neighborhood full of places to eat with your dog. Annapolis is perfect for outdoor seating, and so perfect for a treat meal with your workout buddy. LEDO Pizza in particular is a great way to refuel after a hike. Enjoy a slice while your dog gets ice water and dog biscuits. If it’s been a long day, reward him with a “doggie beer” available here. He’s earned it! Then stop by Bruster’s Real Ice Cream for dessert and a dog-bone-topped sundae for your newly crowned happiest dog in the world.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 291/sq mi

    #5 Davidson

    Davidsonville is an expansive suburb of Annapolis. It’s location makes it a quick jaunt into the city for work or pleasure, but the charming area holds attractions of its own. It’s close to Quiet Waters Park in Eastport, and is also home to Bell Branch Dog Park. Mostly, Davidsonville is an area that loves dogs. HomeStead Gardens in Davidsonville is a gardening center and shop that welcomes leashed dogs. Gardeners can find that one kind of flower your pup won’t uproot, or learn about dog-safe vegetables, flowers, and herbs. Buy your favorites to take home. Maybe you can get your dog to dig some holes for you.
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