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Dog Areas in Ijamsville

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Ijamsville is a community in Frederick County, Maryland with a population of more than 6,000 people. The town's history has included being a mining community, an agricultural center, and today, it's primarily a residential suburb of bigger cities like Frederick, Baltimore, and D.C. The beautiful homes of Ijamsville are surrounded by even more picturesque surroundings and plenty of green spaces for you to explore with your pet. Dog owners in Ijamsville get to experience several parks in Frederick County, and in addition to dog-friendly parks where your dog can accompany you on a leash, you're also close to several off-leash dog parks.

There are also a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in Ijamsville, so you won't have to leave your beloved pet at home when you head out to eat. One of these restaurants is called Surf House Island Cantina on Fingerboard Road. Surf House Island Cantina serves up delicious food with a Latin flair and West Coast style, and there's dog-friendly seating outdoors for up to 40 people and their pups.

Once you've had your meal, you and Sparky can hop in the car and make the short trip to one of several pawesome dog parks that are just minutes away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ijamsville

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    Population Density 587/sq mi

    #1 South Olney

    Olney, Maryland is less than 30 miles southeast of Ijamsville. In southern Olney, there's a place called the Olney Manor Recreational Park, and in addition to plenty of fun activities for your whole family to enjoy there, it also has its own dog park! Olney Manor is a 61-acre park, and the dog park makes up one acre of that space. The Olney Manor Dog Park has big and small dog sections, as well as a variety of seating for pet parents. This dog park is open from sunrise to sunset, and you'll want to bring your own drinking water and bowl to this park in case there isn't any available.
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    Population Density 2,146/sq mi

    #2 Ballenger Creek Center

    Southwestern Frederick, Maryland is less than 10 miles from Ijamsville, and this is where you'll find Ballenger Creek and the Ballenger Creek Dog Park. This four-acre dog park includes big and small dog sections, as well as a few paved walking trails. There's also plenty of seating in the park, along with shaded areas, drinking water, and waste disposal supplies. The rest of Ballenger Creek Park has activities like sports fields, playgrounds, picnic facilities, and a 0.7-mile nature trail you can walk with your dog if they're on a leash. The dog park is known for being well-maintained, and it's open from 8 AM to sunset every day.
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    Population Density 6,996/sq mi

    #3 South Gaithersburg

    The Green Park Dog Exercise Area in southern Gaithersburg, Maryland, is a 20-minute drive from Ijamsville, and your dog is sure to fall head over paws in love with it! This fenced off-leash space is a 1.5-acre area that includes two separate sections. One section has a gravel surface, and the second, even bigger section has a grass surface. Each section has drinking water during the warm months of the year, as well as seating and waste disposal items. The grassy area also has a pavilion and plenty of trees. There's lots of free parking at Green Park, and it's open every day from 7 AM to sunset.
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    Population Density 2,128/sq mi

    #4 Milestone

    The Milestone area of northeastern Germantown, Maryland is a 20-minute drive from Ijamsville, and it's home to the Ridge Road Recreational Park. Ridge Road is a 56-acre park with playgrounds, sports fields, picnic facilities, and a half-acre dog park! The Ridge Road Dog Park is a space where dogs of all sizes can play together in the same area. Seating and waste disposal supplies are provided by the park, but make sure to bring your own water because there isn't a water source at the park. There are also trails throughout Ridge Road Recreational Park, and you can walk your dog on these trails if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,139/sq mi

    #5 Black Hill Regional Park

    Northeast Boyds, Maryland is about a 20-minute drive from Ijamsville, and it's also where Black Hill Regional Park is located. Black Hill Regional Park is a 2,000-acre park that has amenities like sports fields, playgrounds, picnic facilities, and trails. It also has a half-acre dog park where your pooch can explore off of their leash! This dog park isn't divided into big and small dog sections, so be prepared for your little pooch to run with the big dogs. Black Hill Dog Park has a gravel surface, waste disposal supplies, and seating, but make sure you bring your own water. The trails in Black Hill Regional Park are also dog-friendly, but your pet is required to be on a leash.
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