Dog Walkers in Rosedale, MD

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Dog Areas in Rosedale, MD

Rosedale is a place that can be found merely 10 miles away from the biggest city in the state, Baltimore. Even though there aren't many accommodations where you can rent a room for you and your pup, other than the local Airbnb rentals, you have Baltimore very close by, which offers plenty of places to choose from. We recommend Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, Motel 6 Baltimore West, and Admiral Fell Inn. 

There are a couple of pet-friendly chain eateries available in Rosedale if you need to grab a quick bite with your pooch in tow. For more choice, head to Baltimore or one of the surrounding areas. If you're in the mood for some seafood, visit Riptide By The Bay in Baltimore. Maggie's Farm and Cinghiale Osteria are also good dog-friendly choices in Baltimore. No need to travel out of town to find quality vet care -- Rosedale has two veterinary clinics that will put your mind at ease when it comes to any emergencies or health issues.

If you're in the mood for hiking and getting back in touch with nature, consider visiting the Double Rock Park. This park is located around 7 miles away from Rosedale and has a 1.6-mile moderate hike, which doggies are allowed to explore as long as they're leashed! Take some water and baggies and enjoy the wildflowers!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rosedale, MD

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    Population Density 14,142/sq mi

    #1 East Lake Shore

    If you want to take your dog to a furrific place, head to Downs Memorial Park Dog Beach. This place is located around 27 miles away from Rosedale and is the pawfect choice for those of you who have water-loving doggies that enjoy going for a swim! If your canine buddy gets tired from swimming, you can put the leash on and head to the 5 miles of trails that the park provides. Be aware that the area is not entirely fenced, so your pup has to listen to your voice commands. The beach is not that big, but the cleanliness and soft sand make it a great choice for you!
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    Population Density 3,365/sq mi

    #2 Locust Point

    For those of you who want something that's more convenient, we recommend the Locust Point Dog Park at Latrobe Park. This park is closer to Rosedale, around 8 miles away, and it's also securely fenced so you don't have to worry about any escape attempts. This park will blow your mind; it has astroturf on the ground, rocks, and a water slide for the doggies' entertainment! Even though the park doesn't have separate areas, they do have appointed times when only small and senior dogs can visit -- from 9 AM to 10 AM, and from 3 PM to 4 PM. As a responsible owner, you should clean up after your doggo.
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    Population Density 708/sq mi

    #3 Cromwell Valley

    If your pup doesn't mind being walked on-leash through lush natural areas, head to Cromwell Valley Park. The park can be found in Cromwell Valley, which is around 10 miles away from Rosedale. You can explore seven dog-friendly hiking trails in this 380-acre park that provides wooded areas, open fields, orchid gardens, and plenty of wildlife. The trails here vary in terrain, length, and difficulty, but all of them are accompanied by scenic views that will help you relax and unwind after a ruff week. Make sure you bring plenty of water and waste baggies with you!
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    Population Density 5,019/sq mi

    #4 Canton

    If you just want a simple, nearby park that will provide a secure area for your pup to play off-leash, head to the Canton Dog Park. This fenced park is just 5 miles from Rosedale and provides separate zones for small and large doggos to play in. Shaded areas, benches, and parking are some of the perks available for the dog owners. Outside of the fenced area, there is a water fountain where your pup can hydrate. Most of the time, the park has waste baggies so you can pick up after your dog. The ground is mostly dirt and gravel.
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    Population Density 6,177/sq mi

    #5 Woodbrook

    Approximately 15 miles away from Rosedale is a great park that is worth exploring called Lake Roland Park. This park is a huge 500-acre expanse filled with wetlands and woodlands that you and your pup can explore! Plenty of trails and paths might make the itinerary for your trip here, but don't forget to visit the lake as well and allow your pooch to cool off.  You will need a passcode to enter, and you'll have to pay a membership, which will be well worth it. Waste baggies and trash cans are available to help you keep the park as clean as you found it. The lake area can get slippery, so be careful!
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