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Dog Areas in Jefferson, MD

2 Parks
1 Trail
6 Shops
2 Eateries
1 Groomer

The interesting thing about Jefferson, Maryland is that it was laid out in 1774, but didn't become incorporated until 1831. Only one year later, the residents decided they didn't need a town government, so the community was unincorporated again in 1832.

Today, this tiny town is still unincorporated, and is home to a little more than 2,000 people. If you and Fido are hunting for a quiet, rural community that's still in close proximity to metropolitan areas like Frederick and Hagerstown, look no further than Jefferson, Maryland!

Take a walk through the historic Gathland State Park in Jefferson. Bring a leash and lots of water, because there is so much to see here that you will want to spend the whole day. Walk through battlefields, see the War Correspondent Arch, and stroll through Appalachian National Scenic Trail. Some of these monuments have been here since the 1800s.

If you want something quieter, take a walk through Cambridge Farms Park. This is a dog-friendly green space with a few water fountains, play grounds, and trails to roam. The park isn't very busy, which makes it perfect for an afternoon stroll. 

Jefferson might be small, but that doesn't mean there's nothing for you and your dog to do here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jefferson, MD

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 562/sq mi

    #1 Urbana Park

    Frederick is about eight miles from Jefferson, and is home to some unique dog-friendly places where you and your hound can chow down. While you are here, check out Monocacy Crossing. The fare is upscale American cuisine. The braised lamb is a local favorite. You will find the staff here very accommodating when it comes to your fur baby, but they won't serve him. You can bring his own dish if you would like for him to have water. All dogs who dine here with their pawesome parents must be leashed, and are welcome at the outdoor seating area.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 988/sq mi

    #2 Ballenger Creek Center

    There is a great spot to bring your dog to socialize in Frederick that's less than 10 miles from Jefferson. Ballenger Creek Dog Park is fully fenced so that you can let your dog off his leash and just let him run for a bit. There is no running water guaranteed -- there are water faucets, but they are only open in the summer months, so be sure to bring your own. The park provides cleaning stations that are well-stocked with doggie waste bags and scoopers. You can sit back on the bench and watch your dog play, or bring a ball and get ready to play fetch until your arm is sore.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 923/sq mi

    #3 Carroll Creek Way

    For the ultimate dog-friendly experince while in Frederick, you simply must go to Doner. This are a German-based restaurant that has multiple locations in Germany. The locals say that it is as close to being in Germany as you can get without a passport. All of the outdoor seating is set up with dogs and their families in mind. The tables are large so that, when your dog is under your table, you can still put your feet down. They're also shaded with umbrellas, so you can dine comfortably no matter the weather. Your dog will be greeted with their own water bowl and a treat. You can even order them a meal and it will be served in their very own pail!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 922/sq mi

    #4 Patrick Street

    D'Accord Boutique in Frederick is an upscale boutique where you can find the latest French imports.This dog-friendly shop has organic sweets, Jacquard linens, and organic spices. They are strict about the dogs they allow. You must keep them on a short leash or in your bag if they're small enough to fit. They must be well-behaved at all times. The staff doesn't mind large dogs, but they do ask you watch them closely and be responsible for them at all times. The staff is always friendly and more than ready to help you out, so don't hesitate to stop by!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 922/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    Looking for a something groovy to do with your four-footed friend? Head over to Rock & Roll Graveyard in Frederick. This unique spot has collectible records, cassettes, turntables, cassette decks, and anything stereo-related. It's one of the few old-fashioned record stores that are still around, and your dog is welcome to help you sniff out some new tunes! As soon as you walk in, you'll agree it was worth the ten-mile trip. If you're looking for something specific, talk to the staff -- they know all there is to know about all music. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcome to shop in this furrific store with their owners.
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