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Locust Point Dog Park at Latrobe Park

Pets can enjoy some off-leash exercise at Locust Point Dog Park, located at Latrobe Park in Baltimore, MD. This fully-fenced park features artificial turf, trees, rock outcroppings and a water slide for thrill-loving pups. While there are not separate areas for small and large dogs, the park is reserved for small and senior dogs every day from 9am to 10am and 3pm to 4pm. Please remember to clean up after your pets. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Locust Point Dog Park at Latrobe Park has received a rating of 4.0 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

Visitors generally enjoy the Locust Point Dog Park at Latrobe Park, praising its turf hill, paved area, and friendly atmosphere. They note the park is on the smaller side, with some concerns about the water feature and dog waste not being properly cleaned up.

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  • Raul
    Jun 27, 2024
    Good park.

    Pros- Easy access, good parking lot, water faucet, mini "pool" (it's a rubber tank), shaded areas, and benches. No membership is required.

    Cons- a bit small and no division for smaller dogs.

  • Vanessa
    Jun 18, 2023
    Fun, cute park - husky loves it

    fully fenced in dog park. Had turf hill and paved area. The water slide wasn’t what I expected- it’s more like a stone trough. But still a fun park! my dog enjoys it.

  • John
    May 10, 2018
    Great place

    My 25lb dog was the second smallest dog when we visited and he loves to run. The park is approximately ‎100' x 100' with 2 entrances - both are double gated to make sure no dogs slip out. I didn't see a water slide but there is running water and some small pools and bowls that visitors seem to take turns rinsing out and re filling. The dogs all ran and wrestled until they were tired. There are also a bunch of tennis balls for them to chase. Park was clean and everyone there cleaned up after their dogs.

  • Amanda
    More than a year ago
    Great Park

    Our dog Tyson loves this park and the other dog owners are so friendly. Maybe small but so much fun.

  • Sherry
    More than a year ago
    Park is small

    Friendly dog park but this is way too small. Dogs can't run around. It feels like you are in a big box and every one huddles in the middle. Maybe nice for small dogs but not large dogs that love to run. The only feature my dog loved was jumping on the tree trunk and rocks. That's about all he liked and he was ready to leave. Astroturf...? Gross! and people don't pick up after their dogs.

  • Shay
    More than a year ago
    Love it!

    This is the first park I've took my dog too and we've been in love with it since. Only reason why it gets 4 out of 5 bones is because of it's size, t's definitely on the smaller side but a beautiful little off leash park.

  • Kim
    More than a year ago
    First visit

    I guess I expected a little more based on the pictures here. The wide angle leads you to believe this is a large place. It is not. It has some nice features though. I expected more out of the "water feature" What I thought might be a little swimming area is a faucet that runs water down a gulley with a bucket for drinking. There was alot of fecal matter along the fence, either from lazy dog owners or lazy clean up people who just swept it to the border instead of cleaning it up. If you live in the city, I guess its better than nothing.

  • Brad
    More than a year ago

    I've only been here a couple times, but I am absolutely in love with this place! The mix of people and dogs is great, and I've yet to see any "problem cases" while I've been visiting. I have a three legged dog and this place has been great for her to socialize with other dogs and people and get some exercise in a safe and really fun environment. If I had to say anything negative, I would say the water feature looks kinda gross at times, and the entrances into the park should have some chicken wire on the bars. The perimeter of the park has chicken wire, but I've seen some SMALL dogs slip through the entrance gate bars. In all other ways though, this place is great!

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