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Dog Areas in Bel Air

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The Ma & Pa Dog Park on Tollgate Road is a fenced-in dog park that has separate areas for large and small dogs. Your pooch will have loads of fun running leash-free with other dogs while you enjoy your shady spot on your favorite bench. A drinking fountain and picnic benches are located within the park, so grab a picnic lunch and keep hydrated throughout the day. Dogs must be licensed to play at this park.

If you’re looking for a place to take your dog that isn’t just a glorified backyard, explore The MA & PA Heritage Trail. This 1.4-mile trail is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and takes its hikers through some of Maryland’s most beautiful and tranquil scenery. Don’t forget to bring water for both you and your canine friend – a few snacks wouldn’t hurt either! Dogs must be on leashes while walking the trail out of respect to other hikers.

Follow The MA & PA Heritage Trail long enough and you’ll come across the playground of every child’s dreams. Annie’s Playground is a massive playground that includes animal-themed slides, an amphitheater, swings, tunnels, and a whole lot more. There are fields on the far side of the park that are perfect for running off energy when they’re not being used for soccer games, and the pavilions are rentable. Annie’s Playground was constructed in loving memory of a little girl named Annie who was hit by a drunk driver as she was leaving the circus with her family. Despite its sad backstory, Annie’s Playground provides timeless happiness for everyone who comes to enjoy it. Dogs must be cleaned up after (as with almost anywhere you bring Fido!) and under their owners’ control at all times.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bel Air

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    Population Density 2,188/sq mi

    #1 Watervale / Bel Air Acres

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    Watervale and Bel Air Acres is home to the pawsome Ma and Pa Dog Park. This fenced in dog park is a great spot to throw off the leash and enjoy a game of fetch. It even has a separate area for small dogs to ensure that tiny pups enjoy a stress free time at the park. The Ma and Pa Park has a water fountain and shade to keep the four legged patrons cool during the hot summer months.  After a trip to the dog park, what could be better than a treat?  Head over to the nearby Flavor Cupcakery. This place has some outside dog friendly seats, so your pup can enjoy the sweet aromas while you nosh on a decadent cupcake.
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    Population Density 2,188/sq mi

    #2 North Main Street/ West Broadway

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    If you’re a dog living in Bel Air, the neighborhood of North Main Street and West Broadway is the place to be. This area is sure to have something for every pup.  Feel like moving those four legs?  Check out the Ma and Pa Heritage Trail, a beautiful two mile trail that follows an old railroad route. Since the trail is shared with walkers, bikers and even horse riders, leashes are a must.  If shopping is your thing, head over to The Mill of Bel Air for a variety of dog supplies or stop in at To Wag For and get your paws trimmed before dining out at one of the several dog friendly restaurants in the area, such as the Independent Brewing Co. and Savona.
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    Population Density 5,921/sq mi

    #3 Wakefield Meadows/ Evergreen Heights

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    Wakefield Meadows and Evergreen Heights is a great neighborhood for dining out with a furry companion. Alchemy Elements is open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. With a delectable menu and dog friendly patio seating, this locally owned restaurant will not disappoint.  Another puptastic option is 510 Johnny’s. This classic American pub features an extensive menu and a large patio with plenty of seating. Bring Fido along and let him stretch out his paws and enjoy the live music. Head on over to this neighborhood for a doggone good night out!
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    Population Density 6,108/sq mi

    #4 Thomas Run/ Gibson

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    If you’re just visiting Bel Air, make a reservation at Extended Stay America in the Thomas Run/ Gibson area.  For a small fee, this deluxe hotel welcomes up to two mid-sized pets per guest. Your furry companion will sleep soundly and wake up ready for the next adventure. With two pup friendly restaurants nearby that offer outdoor seating, there is no reason to have an empty stomach. For a seafood feast, check out Richard’s Fish and Crabs. Or head over to Naughty Dogs and chomp on some delicious pub food.  After dinner, make sure to swing by Pet Nirvana. With shelves stocked full of toys, treats and supplies, this local shop will definitely have what your pup needs.
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    Population Density 3,142/sq mi

    #5 Bynum/Frogtown

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    If you decided to follow the Heritage Trail from the North Main Street/ West Broadway neighborhood, you may end up in the Bynum/Frogtown neighborhood of nearby Forest Hills, located  just north of Bel Air.  If you and your dog are feeling a bit dirty and hungry, head to the 4 Paws Spa and Training Center where you can wash and pamper your pup, and even get him a trim. Once your best friend is all cleaned up, swing by Tutto Fresco afterwards for pizza, cheesesteaks and bruschetta. This restaurant offers a few dog friendly tables outside where your pampered pooch can snatch up any edibles that may fall his way.
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