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Dog Areas in Brookeville

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History buffs and their pups have a lot to see and do in the village of Brookeville! About 18 miles north of Washington D.C., this small town played a big role as a refuge for President James Madison and his staff during the British invasion in 1814, earning it the moniker of “Capital For A Day.” Unlike Washington, Brookeville suffered no burning at the hands of the British, and many of the original buildings still stand today. Brookeville offers an animal hospital conveniently located in town to take care of your pooch’s healthcare needs.

A woofderful way to experience the village’s history is by leashing your pooch and experiencing the Town of Brookeville Walking Tour. A free self-guided tour map is available through the Town of Brookeville website or the Montgomery County Historical Society. It’s a stroll you and your dog won’t soon forget!

The Brighton Dam Recreation Park is another furrific place to explore with your leashed pup in the area. Located on the Tridelphia Reservoir, this park has puptacular views of the sparkling waters from the dam, plus hiking and equestrian rails, a boat ramp, fishing access and picnic areas. Check out the Green Bridge Trail northwest of the Visitor’s Center for a pawsome walk!

Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you and your pup will have a howling good time in Brookeville!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brookeville

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    Population Density 308/sq mi

    #1 Brookeville

    If space is what you and your furry friend are seeking, look no further than Brookeville’s namesake neighborhood! This area is home to the Hawlings River Stream Valley Park, 550 acres of undeveloped recreation area. This quiet, natural forested area has trails with postcard-worthy views of the Hawlings River as it babbles through rocky riverbeds and under a canopy of hardwoods. It’s a pawsome place for a leashed walk with your dog! There are also plenty of wide open spaces in the grassy meadows. For family fun, check out the neighborhood’s Manor Oaks Park. At this 23-acre park, you’ll find a playground and a large field for playtime or picnics!
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    Population Density 534/sq mi

    #2 Claysville/ Etchison

    There’s an especially woofderful place to visit with your leashed pooch in the Claysville/ Etchison neighborhood! The Rachel Carson Conservation Park has 650 acres of pristine meadows and forests just waiting to be explored! You and Fido can frolic your way down the six miles of natural surface trails, through lush forests, past puptacular rock formations and near the scenic Hawlings River. There’s even a spot where your pup can splash in the cool waters. The park is pawpular for horseback riding and fishing, too. With all the sights and sounds of nature, you and your pup may never want to leave!
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    Population Density 2,033/sq mi

    #3 Mount Zion

    For a walk with a history lesson, make your way to the Mount Zion neighborhood in Olney! About two miles from Brookeville, this neighborhood has a pawsitively amazing area to explore with your leashed dog at the Oakley Cabin Trail. Located within the Oakley Cabin African American Museum and Park, this .7-mile trail is open to hikers, bikers and horseback riders. The trail leads from the living history museum to the site of an old mill and it’s adorned with an abundance of edible and medicinal wild plants. Wildlife frequent the area, too, so keep your eyes peeled for deer, foxes, birds of prey and more! For more furrific leashed fun in the neighborhood, visit the Olney Family Neighborhood Park and Longwood Park!
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    Population Density 587/sq mi

    #4 Norbeck/ Sycamore Acres

    Looking for some quality off-leash time with your four-legged friend? Visit Olney’s Norbeck/ Sycamore Acres neighborhood! Just two miles from Brookeville, this area’s Olney Manor Recreational Park is home to a one-acre fully fenced-in off-leash park! There are covered picnic tables, big shady trees and plenty of grass. There’s also a separate area for small dogs. Outside of the off-leash park, you and your leashed dog can enjoy the rest of Olney Manor Recreational Park! This 61-acre park has a walking path, athletic fields, tennis courts, a playground and a skate park. It’s a pawpular place for picnics with tables and barbecue grills, too!
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    Population Density 5,278/sq mi

    #5 Georgia Ave/ Olney Sandy Spring Rd

    In the mood for a nice walk and a bite to eat? Head to Olney’s Georgia Ave/ Olney Sandy Spring Rd neighborhood! This area is about two miles from Brookeville and it’s home pawsome restaurants and a furrific park! Leash your dog and check out the nine-acre Southeast Olney Local Park. You and your pup can play and exercise in the park’s wide open field or relax at a covered picnic table. There’s a basketball court and a playground, too! After your jaunt in the park, check out California Tortilla. This nearby eatery has delicious Mexican food and six outdoor pet-friendly tables! For some tasty Mediterranean dishes, Cava Mezze is the place. Your leashed pup is welcome to join you on the patio while you chow down on treats like spicy tahini or crispy pork belly.
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