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Dog Areas in La Plata

4 Parks
1 Shop
4 Eateries

If you live in La Plata, you know how many dog-friendly things there are to do in this town! This lovely small town has a pawesome off-leash dog park, and it also has many other parks where you can take your dog for on-leash walks. If your dog needs to see a veterinarian, there are three clinics in La Plata.

If you’re searching for a good place to take your dog for an on-leash walk in La Plata, check out Tilghman Lake Park. This park is the largest in La Plata, and it’s home to picturesque walking trails that go around peaceful Tilghman Lake. There are also scenic picnic pavilions where you can enjoy a snack or lunch with your pup. Your dog’s tail won’t stop wagging when they see all the great sights in this park!

Indian Head Rail Trail is another furrific place to go for an on-leash walk with your dog. This 13-mile trail goes from White Plains to Indian Head, and it follows an abandoned railroad corridor. As you go along the trail, you’ll see mature forests, wetlands, farmlands, and the tranquil Mattawoman Creek. The closest trailhead to La Plata is located five miles away in White Plains. You and your pup will both have a great time exploring this trail and the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around La Plata!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in La Plata

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    Population Density 550/sq mi

    #1 Turkey Hill Road


    This neighborhood is home to La Plata’s one off-leash area, Turkey Hill Dog Park. This fun-filled dog park has two separate areas: one for large dogs and one for small or shy dogs. Both areas are fenced in and double-gated, and both have large grassy fields that are perfect for dogs that love sprinting and playing. There’s no water available on-site, so it’s a good idea to bring a water bottle or two for your pup. A few extra waste bags in your pocket might come in handy, too. Your dog will always have a great time when they’re playing at this La Plata dog park!

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    Population Density 550/sq mi

    #2 Old Colony


    If you’re looking for a beautiful place to take your dog for an on-leash walk, check out Laurel Springs Park. This park is home to Laurel Springs Trail, a 1.6-mile nature trail that loops around the entire park. The trail takes you through Laurel Springs Park’s wooded areas, providing amazing views throughout your whole walk. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a puptastic time walking here! If you want a cool treat after your walk, head over to Rita’s Frozen Custard. This custard and Italian ice shop is open in spring and summer, and they’ll give your dog a small dish of vanilla custard to enjoy.

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    Population Density 17,140/sq mi

    #3 Eisenhower East


    Eisenhower East is home to a pawpular off-leash area: Dog Run Park at Carlyle. Located 27.5 miles from La Plata, this dog run has separate fenced areas for large and small dogs to run and play in. Both areas have lots of benches for owners to sit on while their dogs play, and they also have drinking water available for your dog. Bring a tennis ball for your pup, and have a pawesome time playing here! If you’re hungry after the dog park, check out Sweet Fire Donna’s. Sit at one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy delicious barbeque fare.

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    Population Density 14,480/sq mi

    #4 Old Town West


    If you’re looking for a fun dog-friendly park, check out Old Town West’s Montgomery Park. This park is about 29 miles from La Plata, and it has a small fenced dog run where pups can play and make new friends. After your dog is finished at the dog run, put them back on their leash and take them for a leisurely stroll around Montgomery Park. If you’re hungry after your walk, head over to the Lost Dog Café. This casual restaurant welcomes dogs on their outdoor patio, and they offer gourmet pizzas named after dog breeds, as well as pasta dishes, specialty sandwiches, soups and salads, and more.

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    Population Density 246/sq mi

    #5 Grays Road


    This Prince Frederick neighborhood is home to another off-leash dog run, Grays Road Dog Park. This dog park is about 25 miles from La Plata, and it includes separate areas for big dogs and small or timid dogs. Both areas feature fenced-in, open fields where your dog can run and play as much as they’d like. There are also plenty of trees to keep the park shady and cool. If you or your dog get thirsty, there are dog and human water fountains available. Your dog will always have a fun time playing in this wonderful off-leash area.

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