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Dog Parks in Michigan

By |2012-08-23T09:00:00-04:00August 23rd, 2012|Guides, Pets|

Dogs parks can provide our canine friends with hours of excercise, friendship, play and pure fun. Here are some of the local dog parks:

Behnke Memorial
300 N. Groesbeck Hwy. in Mt. Clemens

Cherry Hill Village at Preservation Park
Denton Rd. north Cherry Hill, across from Fire Station #3

Community Park
Beck Rd. between 5 Mile and 6 Mile

Lyon Oaks
52221 Pontiac Trail in Wixom

1108 North Prairie St. in Kalamazoo

Mark Twain Park
Campbell Rd., south of 14 Mile

Meadow Run
900 S. 8th St. in Kalamazoo

1200 Lyon St. SE in Grand Rapids

E-Z Dog Park and Training
230 Norlynn Drive (near Brighton)

Lincoln Hills
2666 W. 14 Mile Rd. in Birmingham

Orion Oaks
2301 W. Clarkston Rd. in Lake Orion

Arise Church Community Dog Park
11211 Dexter Pinckney Rd. in Pinckney

Red Oaks
31353 Dequindre in Madison Heights

Olson Park and Swift Run
2998 East Ellsworth Rd. in Ann Arbor

Howard and Erna Soldan
1601 East Cavanaugh Rd. in Lansing

Canine Corral
4940 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. in Ann Arbor

Prairie View
899 East U Avenue in Kalamazoo

Wagner Park Dog Run
Between Rochester and Main, North of 12 Mile in Royal Oak

Tails and Trails
134th Ave. and I-196 in Saugatuck

The Bark Park
6604 Lovers Lane in Portage

Mill Pond Park
W. Bennett St. in Saline

Hines Park
Hawthorne Ridge just west of Merriman Rd. in Westland

Anne Fracassa Memorial Park
29500 Van Dyke

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