Ocean City Dog Playground799 94th St, Ocean City, MD, US, 21842
Or call (410) 250-0125 for more information.
Ocean City has one dog playground divided into two sections. There is a small dog area for dogs 28 pounds and under, and a large dog area for over 28 pounds. Applications and passes may be obtained between 8:30am-5pm from the Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department front desk, located at 200 125th, Ocean City, Md 21842, Monday – Friday with the exception of legal municipal holidays. Access cards will allow you to gain entry to the appropriate dog area during the scheduled hours of operation.
Ocean City Resident Annual Pass - $50 ($5 for each additional dog)
Non-Resident Annual Pass - $100 ($5 for each additional dog)
Ocean City Resident Half Year Pass - $30.00 (After July 1st)
Non-Resident Half Year Pass - $60.00 (after July 1st)
Seven Day Access Pass - $15.00
After payment, purchasers are provided an access card that provides access to the playground. If the card is returned at the end of the payment period, $5 is refunded.
Nov. 27, 2019
The park is near the water tower. The given address takes you to the apartments at the west end of the street. After a quick exploration of the grounds, my two girls were ready to leave. If your dog likes playing with strangers or chasing a ball, this may be a good stop for you. Mine love to explore and search so this was not a good park for them.
More than a year ago
My pup enjoyed it
Very basic, but better than expected for a resort town. Yes, they charge (passes only available M-F at the parks & rec office on 125th). We used the big dog side, they have a couple of plastic kiddie pools and a hose. the area is narrow but long and our pup loves to chase a tennis ball so she could run a long way. There a couple of metal bowls. bring bug repellent - the mosquitoes are waiting!
More than a year ago
Ocean City's only dog park
The dog park is located in Little Salisbury park, behind the kids play area (both are beneath the giant blue water tower) bayside on 94th St.
The "large" dog section of the park isn't terribly big, but enough for your pup to stretch its legs a bit. There are poop bags available, as well as a water fountain and spigot/hose, though no water bowls, so bring your own.
Disappointing that there's a fee for use, especially since all the dog parks in my home town are free. In addition to the access fee, you also have to provide proof of rabies vaccination and a current dog license.