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Dog Areas in Silver Spring, MD

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Silver Spring has a lot to offer when incomes to activities for various pets. A lot of it will comprise of forest trails and trails along lakes and creeks. If getting a lil' sweaty time with your furry baby is not an option, parks to chill are readily available.

Nothing is quite as relaxing as sitting with furred Fido on a calm bench in the park on a lazy Sunday morning. If that sounds right, Wheaton Regional Dog Park has that to offer. Wheaten Regional Dog Park features a fenced, off-leash park that allows your dog to enjoy that exhilarating run and playtime. The area has plenty of shade to provide that perfect ambiance to relax. And as always, don’t forget your poop bags so everyone can enjoy the park without an eye sore. Sligo Creek Trail is where you and Max can sweat up! Aside from getting a great exercise, your eyes can benefit from what is frequently referred as the most scenic trail in the region. Sligo Creek trail will eventually lead to Wheaton Regional Dog Park where you and Max can have a rest.

Another place to check out is Anacostia Tributary Trail System. This trail goes deeper into the woods and gives you a better experience of nature. It as well gives a glimpse of history as Adelphi Hill, a historic mill built in 1796, is along the path. Silver Spring has a lot to offer as a tourist attraction with is annual Silver Spring Jazz Festival drawing a crowd of over 20,000 every September.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Silver Spring, MD

  1. Dog Parks 6
    Population Density 9,760/sq mi

    #1 Queen Annes

    Queen Annes neighborhood in Silver Spring is one of the most popular neighborhoods for dog owners and their four-legged friends. The reason is that it no matter where you live in the neighborhood, you are nearby a local park or green space! This makes dog owners and their pups very happy! From Ellsworth Urban Park, to Dartmouth Neighborhood Conservation Area, to Bullis Park, to Notle Local Park, to Silver Spring Neighborhood Park, to Sligo Avenue Neighborhood park, and many more (believe it or not!), residents out for a stroll with their pooches will have ample destinations to choose from.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,049/sq mi

    #2 Pleasant View


    The neighborhood of Pleasant View is one of the smaller neighborhoods in Silver Spring with a smaller population density compared to its neighboring communities. However, Pleasant View is a great neighborhood to call home if you are a dog owner (or a dog, for that matter)! Situated in the middle of the neighborhood is Pleasant View Park, with easy access for all residents. Grab a leash and some pick-up bags and set out for your neighborhood stroll with Pleasant View Park as your destination. Residents also benefit from the close access to New Port Mill Park.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 11,280/sq mi

    #3 White Oak

    Being one of the larger neighborhoods in Silver Spring, White Oak is a neighborhood that is great for dogs and their owners alike. Although this neighborhood has only one park for residents to set their eyes on within the community borders, it is a heavily treed neighborhood with many great streets and avenues to explore on any given day. This neighborhood is perfect for those dog owners who like to stay closer to home and have lower energy pups who enjoy a casual neighborhood stroll!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,185/sq mi

    #4 Linden

    Linden is a great neighborhood located in Silver Spring, Maryland, for dogs and their owners who prefer a less heavily populated community to call home. Filled with large trees on every street, this neighborhood offers scenic walks around the community as well as a friendly local park called Montgomery Hills Park. With open space to run and pathways to explore, this park is a great spot for dog owners who want a bit more freedom to stretch theirs and their dog’s legs while out for a neighborhood stroll!
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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,217/sq mi

    #5 AGWG Civic

    What the AGWC Civic neighborhood in Silver Spring lacks in its title, it exceeds in resident’s expectations, making it a great place for dog owners to call home. Within its neighborhood borders, residents have quick access to two of the largest parks in the city: Layhill Local Park and Norwood Park. Both parks offer ample opportunity for dog owners and their pets to explore the land through heavily treed areas, have a quick dip in the waters running through, or simply get out and stretch their legs while getting a heavy dose of fresh air!
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