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Dog Areas in Cambridge, MD

7 Parks
4 Eateries

Cambridge is a town in Maryland with plenty of local charm. The town is situated on the southern end of the Eastern Shore. Cambridge Creek flows right into the bay from this area, attracting nature buffs and Chesapeake Bay enthusiasts. The local climate and wildlife reflect the proximity to the bay and provides tons of walking entertainment for you and your dog. 

Sailwinds Park is one of many public green spaces that provide both grass and lots of shade trees to make for a comfortable and relaxing visit. The Bill Burton Fishing Pier is pawfect for those who love to take their dogs fishing with them. Just make sure your dog is secured away from the edge of the pier and you have a good eye on him while he waits for the catch of the day to jump on your line. You can also launch small boats from this pier. 

There are two animal hospitals in Cambridge, either of which will make sure your dog is taken care of like family. A leash is necessary for all dogs in Cambridge and the surrounding towns, so make sure your dog brushes up on his leash skills and manners before going for long walks in this beautiful area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cambridge, MD

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 777/sq mi

    #1 Central Cambridge

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    Central Cambridge is a lovely area where you can bring your dog to one of the best eateries on the Eastern Shore. Snappers Waterfront Cafe has everything you could want or need from a restaurant. They have excellent food, dog-friendly seating and a variety of beverages to enjoy while you take in the scene of the water. If you need a place to run off all of those calories, East Cambridge Park is a puptastic place to go for some walking and running in the grass until you are both all tuckered out. You will need some waste bags and water for this quick trip!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 117/sq mi

    #2 Christs Rock

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    Christs Rock is on the southern end of Cambridge. There is a large park there called Snows Turn Park. This expansive area has walking paths that wind through open grass and shade trees. During the spring, there are flowers everywhere for you and your pup to explore and sniff all day. You will find the local birds and squirrels make for the pawfect entertainment for your dog while you walk him through town. Bring plenty of waste bags and drinking water with you for your adventure in this park. You will also probably want to bring a blanket to sit on if you decide to take a break under a tree.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 777/sq mi

    #3 Eaton Point

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    Eaton Point is an area right along the water that gives you easy access to two beautiful local parks. Long Wharf Park welcomes leashed pets as long as you clean up after them. You will want to bring plenty of energy and water along for the ride at this park because your pup will be in no hurry to leave! Right up the road is the Great Marsh Park, where you will find more green grass for rolling around in and plenty of pupperific trees to sniff and explore the way that only dogs can! Make sure you have plenty of waste bags and a way to carry them until you get to a trash can.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,275/sq mi

    #4 Algonquin

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    Algonquin is a lovely community just outside of Cambridge. This community is just minutes from the Dorchester County Parks and Recreation area, where you can take your dog on a leash for a long walk or an impromptu game of fetch. Just pack up the tennis balls or Frisbees or your dog's favorite toy, throw some water and waste bags in your travel bag, and head over to the park area for lots of tail-waggin' fun! Jenkins Creek is in Algonquin and is a serene place to take your pup for an early morning walk. The creek doesn't get a lot of traffic, so it's the perfect place to relax after a long day.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 777/sq mi

    #5 Jacktown

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    Jacktown is a great place for you to call home if you have a trusty furry pal at your side most of the time. Hurst Creek is one of many creeks and streams in the area that you can explore on a hot day with your pup. Just keep in mind that other dog walkers may be doing the same! Jacktown is just minutes from the Choptank River, making it a pupperific place to live or visit if you like to be close to the water. You can drive over to one of the many waterside access points, park, and hop right on over to the cool waters!
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