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Corey
Reviewed by Kenneth M. on 10/03/2017

"Corey was professional and courteous. She stopped by around 7 am for an early morning walk with a hyper pup. I would recommend her to anyone in the Arts District (Hyattsville) area."

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Dog Areas in Riverdale, MD

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Riverdale, Maryland is technically the city that doesn’t exist anymore, but that’s only because the full name is now Riverdale Park. Don’t be surprised if you still hear locals just call it “Riverdale,” though, as the name wasn’t changed until 1998; that’s nearly 80 years after the city was founded. Riverdale Park is located just 25 minutes from Washington, D.C. and only 40 minutes from Baltimore, making it a great sleeper city for workers in either of those larger cities.

When it comes to dog-friendliness, Riverdale isn’t the best in the area. There’s one dog-friendly restaurant, Dumm’s Pizza and Subs. We’ll leave it up to you to figure out what kind of food you can get there. If your canine companion gets sick or injured, no need to worry! There’s a highly-rated veterinarian clinic in Riverdale, so care for your pooch is never too far away. Neither is dog-friendly fun, though; there are plenty of dog parks and more dog-friendly restaurants within 20 miles of Riverdale, so if you don’t mind a quick trip, there’s plenty for you and Fido to do! Enjoy your time here, whether you call it Riverdale or Riverdale Park!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Riverdale, MD

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    Population Density 3,600/sq mi

    #1 Berwyn Heights

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    If you and Fido love going on walks, make your way to College Park’s Berwyn Heights neighborhood, which is only ten minutes from Riverdale. Here, you’ll find an access point for Indian Creek Trail. This trail is only 1.5 miles long, so it’s perfect for hikers who are just getting started or dogs who don’t quite have the energy to go for too long. You’ll want to keep your dog on his leash during your walk, and you’ll also need to bring along water for both you and your pooch and some waste bags to clean up any messes.

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    Population Density 3,600/sq mi

    #2 Riverdale Gardens

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    Located just minutes from Riverdale Park is Riverdale Gardens, where you and Fido can access the Northeast Branch Trail! This trail is 3.5 miles long, so whether you’re a beginner hiker or an advanced one, you and Fido will enjoy exploring here! Your dog needs to be on his leash for the duration of the hike. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and to bring along water and waste baggies to clean up after your pup. This trail is heavily used by bicyclists, so keep your eyes peeled during your walk!

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    Population Density 7,831/sq mi

    #3 Chillum

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    Less than two miles from Riverdale Park, you and Fido can enjoy Heurich Dog Park! It’s located in the Chillum neighborhood of Hyattsville. Despite the neighborhood’s name, your furry friend will be anything but “chill” here! There are separate areas for dogs of different sizes, and the section for larger dogs has agility equipment for your acrobat-in-training. Heurich Dog Park has water fountains for your pup year-round, and the park also provides waste disposal bags for your convenience. This is an off-leash dog park. You and your dog are sure to make some pawesome new friends at this bark park!
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    Population Density 3,063/sq mi

    #4 Greenbelt Park

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    Want to check out another nearby dog park? Visit Greenbelt Dog Park in Greenbelt, located just five miles from Riverdale! This off-leash dog park is completely fenced in, so you don’t have to worry about your dog pulling a fast one and running off while playing with his new fur-iends. Some play equipment is available, but you’re also encouraged to bring along one of your dog’s toys, as long as he doesn’t mind sharing. There is one catch: You’ll need a permit to use this park. The good news? It only costs $5!
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    Population Density 8,691/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Silver Spring

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    A 20-minute drive will bring you to downtown Silver Spring, where you and Fido can have a ball playing at Ellsworth Urban Dog Park! Considering the park is downtown, it’s a decently-sized bark park with two separate areas. One is for dogs under 20 pounds, while the other is for any dog over 20 pounds. Ellsworth Urban Dog Park has water fountains for your pooch, but you might want to bring some along for yourself. Waste disposal bags are also provided for you. Don’t worry if your dog gets too messy; there’s a hose to wash your dog with if he gets dirty.
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