Pet friendly stay!Home2 Suites by Hilton Ocean City Bayside
The Home2 was very pet friendly. The rooms are large suites also, so we had plenty of space. The pet fee is $75 non-refundable, which was a little high, but we decided to make the trip at the spur of the moment, so we were willing to pay. The hotel is also fairly new, so the rooms and furnishings are nice. We would stay again!
Our Dog's First Trip to the Ocean!Assateague National Seashore
We had a great time visiting Assateague National Park (avoid the State Park between Memorial Day and Labor Day - no dogs allowed). The weather was very hot, but the ocean was nice and cool. The wild ponies even made an appearance on the beach. We were careful not to approach as recommended. They are wild after all. There were several other dogs there as well and all were on leashes and well behaved. We visited the south beach and it had restrooms and showers available. The beach itself was also very clean. There were some black flies that did bite, so consider bringing bug spray. Overall, we had a great time and our pup really enjoyed himself. We will definitely be back again!
Very Dog FriendlyMarina Deck Restaurant
We had a great dinner and watched the sun set at the Marina Deck. The staff was very dog friendly (they even have a dog menu) and made sure we had enough water for our pup. The food was also very good and the staff was attentive. We will definitely return!
Very Dog FriendlyMicky Fins Bar & Grill
We had a great evening at Micky Fins. The staff was all very dog friendly and brought us a water dish right away. The food was delicious and the seating on the lower deck (where dogs are allowed) was the best spot in the house. There was a love duo singing and playing guitar on that level. We will definitely return when we are in the area!