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Dog Areas in Ada, MI

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Ada is a General Law Township in Kent County, Michigan, and it's home to more than 13,000 people. This unincorporated community is also known as Ada Village, and it's not far from the big city of Grand Rapids. The town's first post office was built in 1837, and the area was named after the postmaster's daughter. Wherever you choose to live in Ada, you'll be rewarded with stunning views of vistas, meadows, rolling hills, and open fields. You have your choice of single-family homes or condos and apartments, and there are excellent schools and recreational facilities in town. Not only does Ada have its own off-leash dog park, but it also has a few other dog-friendly activities for you to check out with Sparky.

The Ada Pour House Gastropub is a dog-friendly pub on Fulton Street East, and there are six outdoor tables where your dog can join you for a drink and a meal. Their menu includes items like gourmet grilled cheeses, burgers, salad, mac and cheese, pasta, and so much more. Every Saturday, there are BBQ parties, and on many Thursdays, you can catch live music at the Ada Pour House. When you're not grabbing a bite to eat in Ada, you and your dog can visit the town's dog park or make the short drive to another nearby dog-friendly activity.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ada, MI

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    Population Density 719/sq mi

    #1 Cascade

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    Ada's very own off-leash dog park, Shaggy Pines Dog Park, happens to have been voted one of the "20 Best Dog Parks in the Country," and you and your dog will both love it. There are more than 20 acres of space for your dog to enjoy, and in that space, there are several different sections. You'll find designated "dry dog" areas, so you don't have to deal with muddy paws, as well as a swimming pool for dogs, a small dog area, a doggy sand mountain for climbing and digging, and so much more! You'll need a membership to visit this park, but the fee is more than worth it to enjoy all of the park's features. There are also water stations, rinse stations, seating areas, free coffee and popcorn for pet parents, and a one-mile trail.
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    Population Density 4,828/sq mi

    #2 Fulton Heights

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    In just over ten minutes, you and your dog can drive to the eastern Grand Rapids neighborhood known as Fulton Heights. Residents of Fulton Heights are close-knit and active in the community. There are plenty of activities to enjoy in the area, and one such activity you won't want to miss is the Hillcrest Dog Park at Fuller Park. This off-leash park has separate areas for big and small dogs, and most of the park is covered in wood chips to make it easier to clean up after your pet. You'll also find seating areas, waste disposal supplies, and fresh drinking water in the warmer months of the year.
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    Population Density 3,690/sq mi

    #3 John Ball Park

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    There's another pawesome dog park in Grand Rapids, and it is only a 15-minute drive from Ada. You'll find Covell Dog Park in the city's northwestern quadrant near a neighborhood known as John Ball Park. This one-acre off-leash park doesn't separate dogs by size, so be prepared for your pup to meet new friends of all sizes. During the summer, there are plastic pools set up for dogs to swim in, and there's a hose for drinking water. Visitors recommend you bring your own doggy bags in case the park is out, and during the winter, you'll need to bring your own water, too.
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    Population Density 5,569/sq mi

    #4 Galewood

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    Wyoming is a city in Kent County, Michigan that's home to more than 75,000 people, and the town's northeastern corner is a 15-minute drive from Ada. That's where you and your doggo will find the Wyoming Dog Park at Marquette Park. This off-leash dog park features spacious pens for large and small dogs to play with dogs similar in size. If your dog loves to dig, they'll have a blast playing in the park's sand pile. There's also fresh drinking water available, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating areas. Wyoming residents can purchase an annual membership for $12, and it's only $24 a year for non-residents.
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    Population Density 701/sq mi

    #5 Southwest Lowell

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    In only ten minutes, you and Skip can make the drive to the Lowell Dog Park in southwestern Lowell, Michigan. This off-leash park is located at Stoney Lakeside Park, a 53-acre park with a 27-acre lake. The dog park is free to use, and it features separate areas for large and little dogs. During the summer, there are plastic pools for dogs to swim in, and there's also an area with lake access for dogs. You'll also find covered seating areas for pet parents, drinking water for dogs, and a supply of doggy bags. Dogs can accompany their owns throughout most other areas of Marquette Park, but they must remain on a leash.
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