Dog's Day Out » Baltimore, MD

Dog's Day Out in Baltimore, MD

With a variety of dog friendly parks, tours and accommodations, you and your dog will have a blast in Baltimore! Check out or top ten places for you and your dog to have a great day.
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Canton Waterfront Park

This small park is a little off the beaten path but is a real gem to locals and vistors alike. Take a walk with the park on one side and the harbor on the other. Take a break and take in the sea breeze and watch the passing ships and tug boats while fishing or having a picnic. There is a fenced dog park where your pup can romp around with the other dogs off his or her leash. Take a visit to the Maryland Korean War Memorial which is located within the park and take pleasure in the fact that unlike many other area parks there usually seems to be ample street and lot parking around the park. 


Admiral Fell Inn

Both you and your dog will enjoy stepping back into history at this hotel, centered in  the Fells Point neighborhood that Edgar Allan Poe called home the Admiral Fell Inn is so cozy you may not want to leave. Each room is unique and does not have a room number but rather the name of a famous Baltimorean and a little information about that person. So just walk through the halls for a mini history lesson. For no additional fee, your pup can enjoy the history and take in a ghost tour as well. But you might want to plan the tour on your last night, or for those who like to be scared try the tour on your first night. 

Baltimore Adventures

For the outdoorsman who wants a taste of life on the Chesapeake Bay head on over to Baltimore Adventures and set up an appointment to go on a fishing or crabbing adventure. This charter company's captain is friendly and welcoming to families, kids, and dogs. So remember your camera and patience and head on out to catch some fish or crabs. 


City Cafe

You and your dog will love dining at this acclaimed restaurant about a mile from the Inner Harbor and only 5 blocks from the Theatre district. You will love the food and on a nice night your dog will love sitting outside because they will be treated to not only a big bowl of fresh water but also to a treat from a local dog bakery. The staff is friendly and accommodating allowing you to pick which table you think is best for you and your dog. So enjoy a Maryland crab cake as your pup enjoys his or her treat. Parking is free and on Friday and Saturday nights you can enjoy free valet, if you come in earlier than 5 you can also enjoy the free WiFi. 

Cromwell Valley Park

This park encompasses 380 acres of Baltimore County's countryside and is full of gardens, trails, woods, fields, mansions, and plenty of wildlife. The hiking trails are enjoyable because they take you through the woods, fields, and down by the stream. You will love the history of this land that was first settled over 300 years ago and appreciate the beauty of the mansions on the property. Be sure to keep your pup on a leash because you will likely encounter wildlife like deer and squirrels.