Perry Hall is a medium-sized town in Baltimore County, Maryland. Just north of Whitemarsh, Perry Hall is a suburban area with plenty of room to stretch your legs with your four-legged friends. Just moments from the well-known Gunpowder State Park and Trails, there are plenty of green spaces for you and your dog to explore in and around Perry Hall. You will find R&R Taqueria has plenty of outdoor seating for dogs and people to enjoy their meals together. There are three animal hospitals in Perry Hall, all of which will go above and beyond for your dog in your time of need.
Residents of Perry Hall enjoy taking their dogs on long walks through the residential neighborhoods found throughout the area. You will find the nearby Honeygo Run Regional Park located in Whitemarsh is exceptionally busy and perfect for meeting new dog pals and human friends to explore with. The park is large, with fields and paths and even some wooded trails that your dog will love sniffing all over while you take in the peaceful scenery. If you and your dog love the water, Bird River is less than a thirty-minute drive from Perry Hall, in Middle River.
North Perry Hall is outlined by Belair Road/Route 1 and the Big Gunpowder Falls River. This quiet neighborhood has plenty of outdoor wonders for you and your dog to explore together on a clear weekend morning. You will find North Perry Hall is just a few minutes from Gunpowder Falls State Park, right outside of Perry Hall. Angel Park is another popular destination for walkers who are looking for a small place to go for a stroll with their dog on a sunny afternoon. You will want to keep your clean-up bags handy in this snifftastic spot.
West Perry Hall is a peaceful residential neighborhood just minutes from North Perry Hall. Belmont Park, located less than ten minutes away, is a great green space for you to visit with your dog on a sunny day. You can relax on a picnic blanket with a good book, or you can bring plenty of tennis balls for a full day of fetching fun. You will need to remember your waste bags for the journey, as well as plenty of drinking water. You may want to pack a water bowl that easily fits into your bag to help keep Sparky hydrated throughout the day as well.
Central Perry Hall is a hub of fun and food for most residents. For residents with four legs, you will need to make sure a leash is used at all times and that you have treats on hand for when your dog needs a little incentive to mind his manners on the sometimes busy sidewalks. There is a Chick-fil-A where you and your dog can enjoy an outdoor meal on a nice day. You can also bring your pup to Mission BBQ for a sit-down meal in a casual environment. Just don’t forget your waste bags in case Spot needs to go for a quick loop around the block after your meal.
East Perry Hall is a pupperific residential neighborhood facing White Marsh where you can enjoy all manner of natural landscapes, from fields and forests to streams that wind through the area. Snyder Park and Snyder Lane Field are the pawfect destination on a weekend if you want some room to chase and play with your dog. You can bring Frisbees and tennis balls with you for maximum tail wagging, or you can take a more relaxed approach with a picnic blanket and a good book while your dog explores and sniffs around you on the grass. Just remember to clean up after your dog before leaving.
South Perry Hall is a wonderful place to take your dog if you are looking for a neighborhood with a few green parks with a blend of grass and trees to enjoy. Just make sure you are stocked up on treats and waste bags for the day. Your dog will need to stay on a leash in the parks here, such as Indian Rock Park or Fullerton Reservoir (just a few minutes to the south of the neighborhood), but there are so many places and paths to explore that Sparky will be too excited to notice, unless you forget the tennis balls!