Pet Friendly Hotels in Ocean City, MD

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Family Friendly Ocean City Hotels

    Carousel Resort Hotel & Condominiums
    Princess Royale Oceanfront Resort
    Tidelands Caribbean Hotel and Suites

If you are looking for a beautiful place to visit where your pet can have same fun as you, look no further than Ocean City. This Maryland city has everything to offer for the both of you. Take advantage of the clean beaches and the widely known boardwalk. There is plenty of room for you and your four-legged friend to roam around the area and enjoy this Maryland city.

Explore the outdoors in Ocean City (MD)

Ocean City walks can be had along the popular Boardwalk, located in the south end of the city. While your pet enjoys the sun and fresh breeze, you can have a peep into the many restaurants, attractions, and shops.

To get out of the city, think of Assateague Island first. This tranquil island has been turned into a National Park and boasts pristine beaches, beautiful habitats, and wild ponies. With a rental car, you can easily reach it via Route 50 and MD-611/Stephen Decatur Highway. It is only a fifteen-minute drive away from Ocean City.

If you are looking for a more relaxed environment, head to The Delaware beach resorts in the north. A 30-minute drive will drop you off at Bethany Beach and with 45 minutes at your hands, you could be in Rehoboth Beach. To stroll through a historic center, make your way up Route 50 to Salisbury.

It might be just a small town, but its name already reveals its charm. "The Comfortable Side of Coastal" sits comfortably at the head of Wicomico River and hosts quite a few cultural events throughout the year, such as the 3rd Friday and the 1st Saturday.