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Dundalk, Maryland, 21222
1 BedroomUp to $629
2 BedroomsUp to $749
3+ BedroomsUp to $1,150
Dundalk, Maryland, 21222
1 Bedroom$395 - $820
2 Bedrooms$840 - $915
Dundalk, Maryland, 21222
1 Bedroom$575 - $730
2 Bedrooms$675 - $820
3 Bedrooms$915 - $1,100
Essex, Maryland, 21221
3 BedroomsUp to $1,182
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Dundalk is a fabulous town in which to find your new place - it doesn't matter whether you prefer sprawling suburbs or busy downtown areas, Dundalk has dog friendly apartments available in every price range
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Welcome Home to Dundalk
Dundalk is in the state of Maryland in Baltimore County on the Chesapeake Bay. The unincorporated town is nine miles from Baltimore. The 8.5-mile long Bread and Cheese Creek is in Dundalk and runs through the town and to the Back River. Dundalk experiences hot, humid summers with temperatures averaging up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit and cold winters, with averages dropping as low as -4 degrees.
Dundalk Rental Trends
There are many good options for apartment dwellers in Dundalk. By using our apartment finder, you can be sure that you'll find the best bang for your Dundalk dollars. Are you looking for something near Sparrows Point Country Club? (Fore!) Maybe you'd like something with a view of the Chesapeake Bay? Perhaps you want something big and decked out with all the latest amenities close to the Community College of Baltimore. No problemo. Whatever it is, our apartment finder will find it for you and hook you up with the best deal in Dundalk. So, what do apartments here go for? Look at the table above and you'll get a good idea. Check out our rental and census data tables as well as our other fact sheets for more info about affordability and options for your future new digs. Okay. Ready to learn more about this crab-loving town?
Good Times in D-Dalk
Dundalk has a rich history, so, keep your eyes open and you'll see evidence of earlier days throughout the city. History buffs who crave for info, should check out the Dundalk Patapsco Neck Historical Society and Museum for a jolly, good, does of history. The society has been preserving and sharing the history of Dundalk and its surrounding areas since the 1970s. Stay current with their calendar for some cool special events like the Christmas Season Train Garden.
Like fresh veggies and fruits? Who doesn't? The Dundalk Farmers' Market runs weekly from July to October. Residents enjoy fresh, local fruits and veggies, as well as nuts, and delicious baked goods. It's a great way to get out and support local farmers while reaping their delicious rewards.
There are plenty of opportunities to get active in Dundalk indoors and out. The Dundalk Community Center is home to county and non-county groups, so there is always something going on there. The Recreation and Parks programs use the Community Center for soccer, karate, and basketball. The Dundalk YMCA has an olympic-size indoor pool and folks can take lessons, fitness classes, or enjoy free swim time. With many parks, trails, and the Chesapeake Bay, Dundalk residents have no trouble finding ways to spend time outdoors as well. On beautiful days, it's simple to find somewhere nice to hang or workout in the Great Outdoors.
Fishing is a popular pastime in Dundalk, and there are tons of places to dip the 'ol hook into the water. Chesapeake Bay has oodles of marinas for fishing, and offers fishing guides, charters, boat ramps, and tackle services, so it's easy to get started, even if you're a first timer. Stansbury Park is 35-acres and has a 9-acre pond on site that empties into Lynch Cove. Lynch Cove Park is another place to go fishing in the bay. Old Road Bay is a great place for fly-fishing.
There are some perks to having the Community College of Baltimore County in Dundalk. The Dundalk Community Theatre is on the campus. Catch one of the theatres live performances for an entertaining night out.
Find your new pad in Dundalk and join a population of about 62,000 other folks who enjoy living in this Baltimore County town on the Bay.
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Will I need a car in Dundalk?
Yes, you will most likely need a car in Dundalk. In fact, less than 4 percent of Dundalk's population uses mass transit to commute to work on a daily basis, while a full 74 percent drives private vehicles to get to work each day. However, some public transportation is provided in Dundalk by Maryland Transit Administration. Routes 4, 10, and 20 are the three major MTA lines that serve the area. For more information regarding system maps and timetables, consult the MTA website.