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Dog Areas in Clinton, MD

8 Parks
2 Trails
9 Shops
3 Eateries
2 Groomers

Clinton is a small town in Maryland, only 15 miles from Washington D.C. The town has been around since the 1770s, but has gone through a few name changes since the civil war. One thing that hasn't changed is the love and care the town shows for its four-legged residents, with two dedicated animal hospitals, a dog-friendly downtown, and numerous green spaces to take Fido.

The Louise F Cosca Regional Park is one of the best places to go to for Clinton residents, with over 690 acres of area surrounded by dense woods, green fields, and multiple ponds scattered throughout. The park is great for dog's looking for a walk, a day's hike, or a night out camping. There's camping sites, picnic shelters, dirt trails, and fishing spots that are dog-friendly to leashed pups.

For more camping and walking opportunities, travel to the Tinkers Creek Stream Valley Park, which is full of rural woods and hiking trails that travel the creek. The area is undeveloped and can get you and Fido closer to nature. While the park doesn't require dogs to be on a leash, the area is not fenced-in, so be sure your pup has good recall. Don't forget to also bring water and clean-up bags for your pup!

From short walks to camping experiences, Clinton brings out the best places for you and Fido.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clinton, MD

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    Population Density 481/sq mi

    #1 Piscataway

    Piscataway is the southern neighborhood of Clinton, and is pretty scarce when it comes to homes. Instead, it's being taken up by the dense woods that surround the city. Some of those woods belong to the Piscataway Creek Stream Valley Park, with developed areas of grassy plains, the Piscataway Creek, a pond, and natural trails that wind throughout the area. The park is open to dogs as long as they remain on a leash, and provides plenty of space to roam and explore. There are no features at the park, so don't forget to bring clean-up bags and water for you and Fido!
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    Population Density 2,399/sq mi

    #2 Plata St/ Temple Hill Rd

    This neighborhood is a pretty active one, filled with a bustling area of busy streets and active shopping districts. The Plata Park is a haven for neighborhood residents who need to walk their dog, and offers up 10 acres of wooded terrain with a mile of nature trails. Rodgers Park is another park in the neighborhood, also filled with tall oak trees and brush, but also has trash bins, benches, and a play area for kids. Both parks require dogs to remain on a leash, and you'll have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 1,556/sq mi

    #3 Coles Corner

    Coles Corner is a corner neighborhood of the city that sits on the northeastern corner. The area is a suburban area to the inner city of Clinton, but still provides plenty of dog-friendly places to go to, like the Tanglewood Community Park. The park is made up of a majority of woods, with some open areas, trails, tennis courts, a baseball field, and a soccer field. The park has paved walkways around the developed areas, with a covered picnic shelter, water fountains, benches, and a clean-up station for pups. If you're looking to stay the night, then the Comfort Inn is a great option. The Inn is pet-friendly and allows up to one small dog for a small fee while staying.
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    Population Density 1,415/sq mi

    #4 Clinton Heights

    Clinton Heights is a southeastern neighborhood in the city, and is usually known for a large number of residential homes in the area. Despite this, the neighborhood has the Cheltenham Wetlands Park. The park is over 200 acres of protected terrain filled with wetlands, dense forests, and plenty of natural wildlife. There's limited parking at the park, but it is dog-friendly to leashed pups with access to boardwalks, foot trails, and scenic overlooks that give great views of the surrounding county. There are trash bins in the parking area, but otherwise, you will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags before heading out.
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    Population Density 5,229/sq mi

    #5 Temple Hills Town Center

    The Temples Hills Town Center is 5 miles northwest of the town of Clinton, and provides lots of dog-friendly places to go for residents and visitors. The Henson Creek Park is one of these areas, with over 50 acres of land that's dog-friendly, and a developed area that includes baseball diamonds, open space, picnic areas, and restrooms. The rest of the park is covered by dense trees, with nature trails and the Henson Creek that cuts through the park, which provides excellent places to swim and fish for humans and dogs. The park also connects to the Henson Creek Trail, a 5.7-mile trail that extends through the park and out of it, traveling northeast. The park and trail require dogs to be on a leash at all times.
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