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Dog Areas in Gwynn Oak

The community of Gwynn Oak, located in western Baltimore County, Maryland, is a wonderful place to call home. Gwynn Oak was once home to a famous amusement park called the Gwynn Oak Amusement Park, which was open from 1893 to 1973. While this park was once the biggest draw here, today the community has several other great qualities, including good shopping, schools, and homes. Gwynn Oak is mostly a residential community with many tree-lined streets that are pawfect for taking a casual stroll with your dog. Gwynn Oak has a humid subtropical climate where you'll get to experience all four seasons each year, so if you've got a pup who loves rain, snow, or sunshine, they're in luck!

In southern Baltimore, just an 18-mile drive from Gwynn Oak, is Latrobe Park, and within Latrobe Park, there's a popular spot for dog owners called the Locust Point Dog Park. This park is fully fenced in and has astroturf, trees, and rocks. This park isn't separated into sections for dogs of different sizes, but it does have designated hours each day just for small or senior dogs. Another big draw for this dog park is the doggy water slide where your pooch can splish and splash to their heart's content. Gwynn Oak and the greater Baltimore area is a very dog-friendly place, and you and your pet are sure to have so much fun exploring together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gwynn Oak

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    Population Density 1,723/sq mi

    #1 East Pasadena

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    Pasadena, Maryland is around 30 miles from Gwynn Oak, and this town has a population of about 25,000 people. In east Pasadena, there's a paradise for dogs known as the Downs Memorial Park Dog Beach. This dog beach is part of the larger Downs Memorial Park, which is a beautiful spot with miles of trails where you can walk with your dog on a leash after your time at the beach. The dog beach is off-leash and gated, but visitors note it isn't entirely fenced in, so your dog should be under good voice control if they're off their leash. The waves are gentle, and the sand is soft at this dog beach, so it's a great place for your dog to learn to swim.
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    Population Density 4,341/sq mi

    #2 BrockBridge

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    Laurel is a city in Maryland with a population of over 25,000 people, and it's only a 30-mile drive from Gwynn Oak. In the Brock Bridge area of Laurel, there's a place called the Maryland City Dog Park, located within the Maryland City Park. This dog park has a large section for big dog breeds as well as a smaller section for little dogs. There is a water fountain and bowls in the dog park and plenty of seating for humans, too. The Maryland City Park has sports fields and playgrounds, making it the perfect place to spend a day with your whole family.
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    Population Density 5,020/sq mi

    #3 Canton

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    Canton is a neighborhood in southeast Baltimore just two miles from downtown. It's one of Baltimore's most popular neighborhoods, and it's home to many trendy restaurants, bars, and shops. Canton is only 12 miles from Gwynn Oak, and it's also where you'll find the Canton Dog Park. This six-acre dog park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and it's completely fenced in to prevent any escape artists from making a break for it. Canton Dog Park has undergone recent improvements, including adding shade structures, reinforcing the fences and gates, and resurfacing some of the ground.
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    Population Density 3,207/sq mi

    #4 Leo E Wilson Community Park.

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    Laurel, Maryland has another great dog park in the western part of the city. Located within Leo E. Wilson Community Park, the Dr. Bruce Morley Dog Playground has separate sections for dogs over 30 pounds as well as smaller dogs. There is a double-gated entrance and lots of trees, shade, and a water fountain. The Leo E. Wilson Community Park is a 4.6-acre park that also has hiking trails, playgrounds, lots of green space, and picnic facilities. Your dog must be on a leash within other areas of the park, but within the dog park, they are welcome to run free. Please note there is a $30 annual fee for residents to access the dog playground and a $35 fee for non-residents.
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    Population Density 5,557/sq mi

    #5 Lake Roland

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    In the northern part of Baltimore is a city and county park called Lake Roland, and within Lake Roland, there's a dog playground called the Paw Point Dog Park. This 1.25-acre park is less than six miles from Gwynn Oak. Not only can dogs run around and play here, but they can swim, too! To access Paw Point Dog Park, you must pay a small membership fee, and you will get the code for the locked gate. If you'd like to bring your dog to explore the rest of Lake Roland, you can do so without a membership, but they must be on a leash. The dog park also has benches as well as waste disposal materials to keep the park clean for everyone.
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