Dog Friendly Activities in Frederick, MD

There are 9 dog friendly activities in Frederick. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Frederick.

Pet Friendly Ballenger Creek Dog Park
Ballenger Creek Dog Park Great Dog Park, open to all. Small and Large Dog areas. Very well maintained and friendly See Details
Pet Friendly D'Accord Boutique
D'Accord Boutique Experience a taste of France in this local boutique carrying housewares, jewelry, soaps, spices, and sweets imported directly from France. Discover the beauty of traditional Jacquard linens, or sample organic sweets and spices direct from Provence. Inventory changes as shipments arrive. Their have a large selection of seasonal decorations that can't be missed. Well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome. See Details
McClintock Distilling Co. McClintock Distilling Co. welcomes dogs to join their owners for tours and tastings of gin, white whiskey, and vodka. Located in downtown Frederick, limited parking is available at the distillery and additional parking can be found at the Carroll Creek Parking Garage at 44 East Patrick Street. McClintock Distilling Co. is open for tastings and tours Thursday and Friday from 4 pm until 8 pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays at noon until 8 pm. See Details
Dancing Bear Toys and Gifts Dancing Bear Toys and Gifts is a family-owned and operated battery-free toy store in downtown Frederick. Art supplies, retro games, and vintage toys are availabile for toys of all ages. Well-behaved leased pets welcome. See Details
Rock & Roll Graveyard Well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome at this record store in Frederick. Rock and Roll Graveyard buys, sells, and trades new and used cds, lps, cassettes, turntables, tape decks, and stereo equipment. See Details
Sky's The Limit Visit this eclectic boutique located in downtown Frederick, specializing in women's clothing, shoes, and gifts. Leashed pets are welcome. See Details
Gambrill State Park Gambrill State Park is extremely dog-friendly. You are welcome to bring Fido with you on the trails, in the day-use areas, and to stay in the many campgrounds dotted around the park. This stunning mountain park is located on the ridge of the Catoctin Mountains. The trails that weave around the woodlands will take you to beautiful overlooks of prairies and farmland for miles around. There are 16 miles of trails in total, varying in difficulty so that all visitors can get a taste of what this park has to offer. The High Knob area also offers wooded picnic areas and three picnic shelters for visitors to use. Gambrill State Park is open from 8am until sunset during the months of April to October and 10am to sunset from November to March. See Details
Flying Dog Brewery Flying Dog Brewery is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome to hang on the patio at this brewery where they serve disobedient beers. That's right, your obedient dog can sit by your side while you try a flight of beers that include Double Dog and Snake Dog. They even sell a leash in their shop for Fido to remember his visit. See Details
Idiom Brewing Co. Idiom Brewing Co. is pet-friendly. Their recipes have been honed over many years, and their promise is to continue to innovate by utilizing new and/or experimental hops, local ingredients and unique flavor profiles, in an attempt to stretch the limits of your imagination, and that of your palate. Dogs are welcome inside the brewery and around the umbrella-shaded tables that are dotted throughout the outdoor area. Idiom Brewing Co. is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12pm to 10pm and Sunday from 12pm to 8pm. See Details
Ridge Road Recreational Dog Park In June of 2003, Ridge Road Recreational Park in Germantown was the third M-NCPPC park to open a dog exercise area in Montgomery County. This area is approximately a half acre in size and is enclosed with a 6-foot chain link fence. It is a popular meeting spot and exercise area for local dog owners and their canine friends. See Details
Black Hill Regional Park Black Hill Regional Park was the second M-NCPPC park to open a Dog Park in Montgomery County. This area is approximately a half acre in size and is enclosed with a 6-foot chain link fence. It is a popular meeting spot and exercise area for local dog owners and their canine friends. See Details
Hagerstown Dog Park The City’s off-leash dog park is located in beautiful Fairgrounds Park, and compliments the many active recreational activities in the Park. The dog park is open daily the same hours as Fairgrounds Park, 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Dog owners are responsible for their dog’s behavior. The City of Hagerstown is not liable for any injuries to dogs, their owners / handlers or to others within the dog park. Dogs outside the dog park must be on a leash and under the control of the owner at all times. Owners / handlers must clean up after their dog and place the waste in the appropriate containers within the park. Owners must take off the leash once inside the entry area and have the leash within their possession at all times. Owners must be inside the dog park with their dog at all times. No dogs without people, no people without dogs. All dogs must be wearing a collar at all times with a valid rabies tag. Residents of Washington County must also have a valid Washington County License Tag per Washington County law. Each handler must be a minimum of 18 years old and may not bring more than two dogs at one time. No children under the age of 12 are allowed in the dog park. No dogs less than 4 months of age. No female dogs in heat. No sick dogs. Dogs showing aggression toward people or other dogs must be muzzled and / or leashed and escorted out of the dog park by its owner / handler. No food, treats or beverages allowed inside the dog park. No animals other than dogs allowed in the park. Please discourage excessive barking and digging. If a dog digs, owners / handlers should fill in any holes created. See Details
Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard A dog-friendly winery, Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard is a great place to stop for a relaxing wine and cheese pairing. Famous for award-winning Bordeoux-style wines. See Details
Pack Place K9 A safe, convenient, affordable facility where your dog can have fun, learn and exercise. A unique health club type center with everything needed to keep your dog healthy. See Details
Scenic View Orchards Scenic View Orchards' market has wonderful fresh fruits, veggies, baked and canned goods, and even fresh meat they raise and butcher. Several other orchards in Maryland advertise family fun, but do not include FIDO in your family and tell you to leave them at home. Those are Webers, Butler's, Milburn, Larriland and Homestead Farm (not to be confused with Homestead Gardens). Too bad. See Details
Greenbrier State Park Greenbrier State Park is a dog-friendly destination in the Appalachian Mountains. Pets are allowed in day-use area and lake from the day after Labor Day to the Friday before Memorial Day. Pets are allowed in the Cedar and Dogwood camp loops, on trails outside the day-use area, and in the day-use areas and lake. If you're planning on bringing your pooch with you to the park, make sure they're on a leash under six feet and all mess is cleaned up after them. Greenbrier State Park is open every day of the week from 8am until sunset. See Details
Black Hill Regional Dog Park Bring your pet to hike with you on-leash on the miles of trails in the park, or let them run and play off-leash at the 1/2 acre fenced dog park. See Details
Sugarloaf Mountain On-leash pets are welcome on the beautiful trails of historic, scenic Sugarloaf Mountain. See Details
Fabbioli Cellars The dog friendly Fabbioli Cellars has over 30 years of experience producing their award-winning wine that has been lauded in numerous national and international competitions. Wine and food pairings are available daily from 11am to 5pm; call ahead for details. Leashed dogs are welcome in the outdoor seating area. See Details
Seneca Creek State Park Dogs are allowed at Seneca Creek State Park, made up of 6,300 acres that extend along 14 scenic miles of Seneca Creek towards the Potomac River. There's an astonishing 50 miles of hiking trails around this park for you and Fido to enjoy, spreading out through a variety of woodland. The main hub of the Schaeffer Farm Trail System can also be found within the park, extending into most of the upcounty area with lots of loops that link the Seneca, Muddy Branch, and Potomac watersheds. One of the main attractions of the park is the 90-acre Clopper Lake, surrounded by forests and fields. Dogs are welcome throughout the park on a leash if owners clean up any mess that they leave behind. The park is open from 8am to sunset from March to October and 10am to sunset from November to February. See Details
Cunningham Falls State Park Cunningham Falls State Park is dog-friendly. Located in the picturesque Catoctin Mountains, the park is split into two different sections: William Houck Area and Manor Area. You can bring Fido with you to many of the campgrounds, on the trails, and in all of the day-use areas if they are on a leash under six feet and all mess is cleaned up after them. There are numerous trails in the park that weave around the forests and waterfalls. Cunningham Falls State Park is open 8am to Sunset from April to October and 10am to sunset from November to March. See Details
Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park The Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Purcellville! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
River & Trail Outfitters River & Trail Outfitters offers dog-friendly hiking trails in the historic, Harpers Ferry area. They also offer a shuttle service from the trail head back to your accommodations with 24 hour notice. See Details
Gathland State Park As you hike the Appalachian Trail, take a break to explore Gathland State Park at the Crampton's Gap Trailhead. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the historic park, so bring Fido along for an exploration of the War Correspondent's Arch, the South Mountain Battlefield, and a picnic at the pavilion. See Details