Dog Walkers in Rossville, MD

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Dog Areas in Rossville, MD

Rossville is a community in Baltimore County, Maryland with a population of more than 15,000 people. Among Rossville's many excellent qualities are the great schools, low crime rate, beautiful single-family homes, and delicious restaurants. Rossville is a diverse and friendly community, and you'll never have a shortage of things to do or people to meet in the area. In Rossville, you'll get to experience all four seasons and the diverse activities that come with different types of weather. There isn't a dog park immediately within Rossville, but just a short drive of a few miles will take you to plenty of nearby dog-friendly activities!

The Perry Paw Dog Park in Perry Hall, Maryland is only five miles, or a ten-minute drive, from Rossville. This membership-based dog park has an area for big dogs, as well as a separate enclosure for small, shy, or elderly dogs. Perry Paw Dog Park also features water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas. Some visitors note that this park can get muddy after it rains, so don't forget your towel! This is just one of paw-lenty of dog parks near Rossville that you and your dog will have so much fun visiting!

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    Population Density 2,639/sq mi

    #1 John Downs Loop

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    The Downs Memorial Park Dog Beach is about 30 miles from Rossville in southeastern Pasadena, Maryland. Downs Park is a 236-acre recreational space that has facilities for picnicking, concerts, fishing, and much more. There are also playgrounds, gardens, and camping areas. The dog beach area is a fantastic place to let experienced canine swimmers show off their skills or to let your dog learn to swim. The dog beach is off-leash, but it isn't entirely fenced in. There are also more than five miles of trails in Downs Park that you can trek with your dog if they're on a leash. Visitors say the Downs Park Dog Beach is so much fun, but both you and your dog should be prepared to get messy!

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    Population Density 8,391/sq mi

    #2 Riverside

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    The Locust Point Dog Park at Latrobe Park is only 20 minutes from Rossville. It's located in the Riverside neighborhood of southern Baltimore, and it's sure to become a new favorite of yours and your dog's. Instead of having separate areas for big and small dogs at this park, every day from 9 AM to 10 AM and 3 PM to 4 PM, the park is reserved just for small, shy, or senior dogs. The off-leash park has a variety of surfaces for your pet to explore, and there are also small plastic pools set up where your dog can swim.
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    Population Density 5,020/sq mi

    #3 Canton

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    Canton is a neighborhood near downtown Baltimore, and it's only a 15-minute drive from Rossville. This area is where you'll find the Canton Dog Park and its separate enclosures for big and small dogs. Most of the park's surface is dirt and gravel, but there are also a few grassy areas. This off-leash park has a double-gated entrance as an added safety measure, and the park also provides visitors with drinking water for pets and waste disposal supplies. Canton Dog Park doesn't require a membership fee, and it's open daily from dawn to dusk. The park is across the street from a harbor that makes for a tremendous on-leash dog walking spot.
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    Population Density 2,188/sq mi

    #4 Rock Spring

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    Bel Air is a town in Hartford County, Maryland that's home to about 10,000 people, and it's less than a half-hour drive from Rossville. On the western edge of Bel Air sits The Ma and Pa Dog Park. This off-leash park has three separate enclosures for dogs of different sizes, and each section has seating and shade as well. There are also water fountains and waste disposal supplies provided for dogs, and no shortage of friendly dogs and their humans to meet! The Ma and Pa Dog Park is free to use, but your dog must be registered, and you may be required to show proof.
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    Population Density 5,557/sq mi

    #5 Poplar Hill (North Roland Park)

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    You and Spot can make the 15-mile drive to northern Baltimore and the Paw Point Dog Park in no time! This 1.25-acre fenced dog park has ample open space for a game of fetch, and it also has water access to Lake Roland. The off-leash dog swimming area and the off-leash park both require a membership. However, there are several acres surrounding the park with lots of trails to explore, and your dog can join you in any of those areas for free when they're on a leash. The dog park has a double-gated entry system as well as waste disposal supplies and seasonal running water.
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