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Dog Areas in Linthicum Heights

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1 Trail

Linthicum Heights is a small town in Anne Arundel County, and a lovely place to base yourself and your pup if visiting this region. There aren’t any vets in town, but nearby Glen Burnie has several vet clinics and an animal hospital if your pooch needs medical attention.

Andover Park is one of the best in town, with plenty of open space for a game of catch or Frisbee with your beloved furry friend, plus picnic areas, a playground, ball fields and courts, as well as paved walking trails. There is a great view of the airport from up on the hill at the park, where you can relax on the grass and watch the planes take off and land and dream about your next holiday! 

Linthicum Park is another small park in town where you can bring your pup for a bit of fresh air. There is a playground for the kids, as well as benches and picnic areas to enjoy a packed lunch together. A paved path circles the park for a nice stroll together too. 

If you are looking for a place to eat with your pup by your side, there are two places in the town of Linthicum that allows pets at their outdoor tables. Carmello’s Pizza, Pasta and More has just what the name suggests, plus lighter wraps, sandwiches and salads. Urban Bar-B-Que has a delicious range of BBQ dishes, from wings, to pulled pork, to their version of a taco – you won’t go hungry, that’s for sure! 

Whatever you choose to do, take some time out in this lovely little town; you are sure to enjoy your stay!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Linthicum Heights

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 437/sq mi

    #1 Linthicum

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    The BWI Trail is a 12-mile dog-friendly paved trail that circles the BWI Airport, with a trailhead at the Linthicum Light Rail Station that offers ample parking. There is lots to see along the diverse path, with shops and restaurants in the suburban areas to look at as you pass or grab a bite to eat on the run, before heading out to the quiet of farms and forested areas. You also get a great view of the planes taking off from the general aviation runway – it is certainly never a boring trip! Keep your pup leashed as you take in the sights and enjoy your exercise together, and always clean up after your pet.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,032/sq mi

    #2 Richie Corridor

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    Glen Burnie, four miles southeast of Linthicum Heights, is a great place to go for a variety of pup-friendly places to eat. Noodles & Company serves up a fusion of Asian-inspired foods, such as Japanese pan noodles or Korean BBQ meatballs, as well as classic favourites such as spaghetti Bolognese and mac ‘n’ cheese. Mikie's is an American Diner with an extensive menu of hamburgers, wraps, sandwiches and a variety of entrees. They also serve all-day breakfasts, so no need to rush if you need a little rest one morning! To end the outing with something sweet, head to Cold Stone Creamery for one of their delicious ice-creams or milkshakes.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,623/sq mi

    #3 Eastern Glen Burnie

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    Sawmill Creek Park in Glen Burnie is a great place to bring the family – and the family pet – for a fun day out. There is plenty for the kids to do, including a playground, skatepark, fishing, sports fields and picnic areas. If you are up for a walk together, head to the John Overstreet Connector trail. This 1.5-mile trail is a nice little trek in itself, but it also serves as a link to the 12-mile BWI Trail that loops west from here around the BWI Airport. Heading east from Sawmill Park, the Connector takes you to another trail, the 13-mile Baltimore and Annapolis Trail. This one has a wealth of information and interesting facts about the area to seek out along the way.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 0/sq mi

    #4 Eastern Baltimore Highlands

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    Just 3.2 miles over the Patapsco River in Baltimore Highlands is the Southwest Area Park. There is a great little fenced in dog park here where you can let your pup off the lead for a while. The broader park is also well worth a visit while you are in the area and has all the recreation facilities you could ask for; picnic areas, a playground, tennis courts, ball fields, a fishing pier and boat ramp for canoes, as well as plentiful walking trails. There is a model aircraft club at Southwest Area Park, so you may even see some aerial activity! Your dog is welcome to enjoy a day out here with you, just keep him leashed once you leave the dog park and remember to bring some cleanup bags with you.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,011/sq mi

    #5 Belmont Woods

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    Northwest of Linthicum Heights is the southern end of the Patapsco Valley State Park in the town of Elkridge. This southern section is known as Avalon, the former home of the Avalon Nail and Iron Works. Avalon is now a beautiful pet-friendly recreation area, complete with restrooms, a seasonal visitor’s centre, picnic shelters and playgrounds. There are many trails through the park, where your pup is welcome on-leash to explore with you. From Avalon you can also access the 2.5-mile Grist Mill Trail, one of 1600 rail-trails dotted across the nation. This is an easy, accessible walk on asphalt and takes you through heavily wooded areas, over bridges and past some of the historic ruins of past industry in the area.
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