Cello and Hooch strutted their stuff on the streets of Annapolis!
This town is awesome! Gorgeous marinas and water views, very cool architecture, brick paved streets, and best of all, this town is super dog-friendly!
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We decided to take a break from dock diving, and visit Annapolis since we had never been there. We decided to stay at the Washington DC/Capitol KOA.
This campground was well taken care of, the bath house was super-clean, AND they had a great doggie play area with agility equipment!
The campground staff could not have been nicer – and every employee that rode by on a golf cart stopped to say hello to the dogs, and give them a treat! The friendliness towards dogs here is unbelievable! The drive to Annapolis was about 15-20 minutes.
We stayed on site 11:
We would definitely stay here again!
No visit to Annapolis, MD, is complete without seeing the United States Naval Academy!
While visiting Annapolis, we took at ride to Historic London Town and Gardens.
This 23-acre museum and park boasts incredible archaeology, and horticulture of the “lost town” of London. You can walk the Historic Area, which includes the William Brown House (circa 1760). This house is a National Historic Landmark!
There are also several reconstructed colonial buildings.
We chose not to wander the eight-acre Woodland Garden, and the seasonal Ornamental Gardens that overlook the South River. However, there are many different plants and flowers throughout the entire year. Click HERE to see what’s in bloom year-round.
While visiting Annapolis, we decided to check out Thomas Point Park.
We were sure glad we visited – the sunset was spectacular, and you could see the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse in the distance.
While visiting the town of Annapolis, we decided to follow a friend’s recommendation and stopped at the Rams Head Tavern for a bite to eat and some cocktails. Rams Head has a pretty extensive history dating back to 1703.
This tavern is very dog friendly, and even has a doggie menu!