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Adeaze
Adeaze
Reviewed by Alexis A. on 09/30/2017

"Thank you!! Peanut definitely hates his harness and it takes forever to put it on! Glad you got him to go! "

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Dog Areas in Temple Hills

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Temple Hills, Maryland is a census-designated place located on the outskirts of Washington, DC. This historic area is home to many gorgeous, centuries-old homes, making it a quaint stop on the way to the DC muttropolitan area. There are three major airports located within 30 miles of Temple Hills, making it a popular stop for travelers. The closest is the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, which is only 6 miles from Temple Hills. The other two airports are each 29 miles from the city.

You don't have to look very far to find fun, dog-friendly activities to do here. Just outside of the city, there are several places to dine with your pooch, and there are also several hotels, cottages and other lodging options that welcome canine friends. Temple Hills is close to everything you and your pooch could want or need, but you don’t need to live downtown to take advantage of all the amenities. There are outdoor activities for you and our canine pal here, as well as all special dog events throughout the year that you can attend with your pup. Your pooch can even participate in some events! Temple Hills is a must-see for you and your pooch.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Temple Hills

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,211/sq mi

    #1 Oxon Hill

    51

    If you and your pooch are looking for a nice hike, this neighborhood has the trail just for you. The Henson Creek Trail is an old rail line that is part of the Rails-To-Trails program. This trail is 5.7 miles long and is made of asphalt. The entire trail follows the Henson Creek through various parts of the wilderness. There are plenty of trees for shade and a beautiful view as you and your pooch walk along the trail. You pup will love sniffing all of the different scents on the trail! Be sure to bring water for you and your canine friend, and some doggie waste bags for cleanup. Grab your pup’s leash and set out to see how far you and Fido can go on this trail!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 10,325/sq mi

    #2 Nauck

    48

    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located 14 miles from Temple Hills, and is home to the Shirlington Dog Park. This large, off-leash dog park has double gates at the entrances for added security. The park is open from dawn until dusk every day. You'll find an easily accessible stream here where your pup can make a splash and cool off after a long walk. You will want to bring drinking water for you and your pooch, since it's not provided here. There are shade trees here, as well as dirt-covered paths for walking or running. Put on your walking shoes and get ready for a pawesome day at this park!

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,467/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

    36

    If you want to learn more about our nation's history with your pup by your side, what better place to do it than in Downtown DC? After all, it's only 11 miles from Temple Hill. One of the main attractions to see here is the National Mall. Canines are welcome as long as they remain on a leash and you clean up after them. Make sure you bring water with you, and keep checking that the pavement is not too hot for your canine friend’s paws. There is a grassy area where your pooch is allowed to run around, and you could sit there and have a snack or a picnic lunch. Be sure to bring a camera; this neighborhood has endless photo op-paw-tunities!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,128/sq mi

    #4 Bowie

    24

    If you're looking for a fun park to visit with your pooch, look no fur-ther than Maryland City Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is located inside the Maryland City Park, which is totally fenced in and free to visit. There are two areas in the dog park, which are separated for dogs of different sizes. The terrain is the same in both areas: grass mixed with dirt. Your pooch will enjoy socializing with the other canines here! If your pooch is shy, there's more than enough room for them to play by themselves. There is running water as well as benches for owners to sit and watch their canine pals play. Shade trees are an added bonus on those hot summer days. You will need to bring some doggy waste bags for cleaning up, though. Grab a ball and get ready for a fun-filled day at this pawesome park!

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,497/sq mi

    #5 MacArthur

    12

    Hankering for a hike? You're in the right place! The Great Falls: Billy Goat Trail is a gorgeous nature trail that has three sections. The only section your pooch isn't allowed to explore with you is Section A, which has rocky terrain that may hurt your pal. Your canine pal can accompany you in Sections B and C, though, so keep that in mind when planning your visit. Your pup will need to be on their leash at all times here, and you will need to bring water along with you. You and your pal can marvel at the waterfall and wildlife that call this trail home; just don't let your pooch harass any of the animals. What are you waiting for? Put on your hiking shoes, and enjoy a day with your canine pal in nature!

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  6. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,118/sq mi

    #6 Old Town

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    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to the Dog Run Park at Carlyle. This is an off-leash dog park where your pup has plenty of room to run around. It is completely fenced in so you don't have to worry about your pup. There are separate areas according to your canine pal’s size, as well as trees for shade and benches for owners to sit and watch their fur babies play. The park provides water for your pup in case they get thirsty. However, you'll need to bring your own doggy waste bags for clean-up. The terrain is part grass and part gravel. Your pooch is sure to have a paw-tastic time at this park!

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