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Dog Areas in Beltsville

8 Parks
1 Trail
21 Shops
19 Eateries
2 Groomers
The census-designated place of Beltsville, Maryland has a history that dates back to the Revolutionary War. It may seem strange that the land was a gift from England, but it was very common for English people to buy parcels of land in those days. Though small, this community has played many roles since it was first settled all those centuries ago. First, it was an agricultural community, then a mining town, and eventually an important trade post along the railroad from Baltimore to Washington. It's was also the home of an esteemed Revolutionary War Hero named Rezin Beall.

Today, Beltsville is a quaint, family-oriented community that has taken great care to preserve its history. You'll find several historic sites to explore here, as well as natural recreation spaces. Little Paint Brush Park is a family-friendly park that's pawfect for an adventure in nature. You will find trails to travel that meander along streams and through some wooded areas. Your children will love the playgrounds as much as your fur kids love the trails!

Need somewhere to stay in Beltsville? Cherry Hill Park is a campsite that also offers pet- and child-friendly rooms for rent. There are trails, water features, and even modern conveniences like a hot tub here. You'll need to show proof of vaccines when you book a room or campsite. Some breed restrictions apply.

Beltsville might be small, but it has plenty of furrific things to do and see with your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Beltsville

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,829/sq mi

    #1 Main Street

    Olive on Main in Laurel, about five miles from Beltsville, allows your dog to join you for a meal. The outside patio is full service and quite spacious. There is plenty of room for your dog to hang out comfortably without being underfoot. The Mediterranean fare includes falafel and bacon-wrapped dates. If you want something more familiar, you can always grab a burger. Please remember that your dog must be on a leash here. You'll need to bring a dish for your pup if you want to order him a meal. They do expect doggie diners to be well-socialized with people and pups. Only one dog is allowed to accompany you here.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,829/sq mi

    #2 Leo E Wilson Community Park.

    After enjoying a meal on Laurel's main street, work off those calories at the Dog Playground. There are two large play areas with a double-gate system. Each section has its own water stations. There are trash cans, but the park does not supply doggie waste bags. You'll need to pay a yearly fee for the park, but if you are just visiting or passing through, they do offer day passes. There are lots of benches for you to sit and watch your dog play with all of his new fur friends. The only rule is all dogs must be well-behaved. Toys are not permitted. Children can play at the park nearby, but are not allowed in the dog park.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,120/sq mi

    #3 BrockBridge

    While you are in Laurel, you should check out Maryland City Dog Park. This is a free dog park, but it doesn't have the amenities of the bigger dog parks. There is one large area for your dog to run and play in. Water is provided seasonally. There are lots of benches and trash cans situated throughout the park. The dog park is situated within the community park, which includes paved walkways and playgrounds. The fact that it is a well cared for community park makes it worth the ten-minute drive to get here.
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    Population Density None/sq mi

    #4 Downtown

    Washington, DC is only about fifteen miles from Beltsville. Unsurprisingly, there are lots of dog-friendly activities that you can enjoy in our nation's capital -- in fact, almost all of the outdoor monuments are dog-friendly. You should definitely take your dog to the National Mall. The lawn area is perfect for picnics, playing, and enjoying being outside. You are likely to meet other pet parents who came to play as well. You will need a leash and your own water. Don't forget your doggie waste bags as well. Is there a better way to learn about our nation's history than with your dog by your side?
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,915/sq mi

    #5 Nauck

    If you are looking for a place to play and don't mind going about thirty miles out, then head over to Arlington, Virginia, where you'll find Shirlington Dog Park. This is a well-loved dog park where you can feel good about letting your dog off his leash to run and play. Both the large dog and the small dog section have a good sized stream running through it so Fido can make a splash. There are water stations and doggie waste stations. Volunteers are always there helping out, picking up trash, and playing with dogs as well.
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