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More About Dundalk
Named after a town in Ireland, Dundalk is part of Baltimore County and sits on the shores of the Patapsco River. Even though the heart of Baltimore is just 7 miles away, you'll find plenty to do around the scenic community! Parks and green spaces dot the many waterfronts, shopping plazas and the Historic Dundalk Town Center offer plenty of options for window shopping, and the area events calendar is always filled with weekend festivities.
Baltimore: 25 minutes
Washington, DC: 1h 15m
Airport: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport
Average Home Value: $142,500
Dundalk Heritage Park
A square of green space located in central Dundalk, Heritage Park is home to the popular Dundalk Heritage Fair. Happening every summer, the fair boasts games, rides, foods, and the largest parade in the state!
Food Truck Festivals, Makers Markets, community cleanups, and holiday celebrations—the Dundalk community stays active year-round with plenty of special events and monthly gatherings.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Dundalk Historic District has structures dating back a hundred years, although the community has roots all the way back to the 1600s.
What You'll LOVE in Dundalk
From top-notch local flavors to beautiful waterfront parks, life in Dundalk is truly one-of-a-kind.
Shopping & Dining
Dundalk offers a few major shopping centers for all of your retail needs, including the Lynch Manor Shopping Center, the Merrit Park Shopping Center, the Danville Square Shopping Center, and the Eastpoint Mall. As far as local flavors go, be sure to try the Philly cheesesteak from Filleti's, the crab cakes at Jimmy's Famous Seafood, and the pizza from Squire's Italian.
Dundalk is located in the Baltimore County Public School District, which is the 25th largest district in the country. Dundalk offers an elementary, middle, and high school, as well as several other options that are close by. Dundalk High School has been recently upgraded and includes a modern gym, stadium, library, theater, and television studio, giving students ample opportunity to explore programs outside of their academics.
Parks & Rec
Since Dundalk is located right on the water, there are plenty of scenic green spaces to explore. Chesterwood Park has plenty of athletic fields, pavilions, and walking paths along the shoreline, Bear Creek is a great spot for a picnic, and Stansbury Park even offers an 18-hole mini-golf course. Just across Bear Creek, you can also find top-notch golfing at Sparrows Point Country Club.