Located in Lenawee County, Adrian is a great town just on the outskirts of the Irish Hills and a few miles away from four very popular lakes. Locals love the town since it is in close driving distance to Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Toledo. There are three veterinarians in Adrian, perfect to take your dog to for a health check-up.
Check out Dana Park which sits in the heart of Adrian. The park has a baseball field, playground, and a large grass area that your pup will love running around. Take advantage of the paved walking path that goes around the park and take a good walk with your furry pal.
Stop into Hooligan's Grill for a bite to eat with your four-legged pal. They offer an array of different dishes like pulled pork sandwiches or a taco platter, plus they have a large list of beers and wines that pair nicely with their menu. Their outdoor patio is the perfect spot to enjoy your food with your pup by your side.
If you're looking for a place to stay, check into the Super 8 Adrian or the Holiday Inn Express Adrian. They welcome your pup to spend a night or two with you while you explore Adrian together.
Adrian is a wonderful town to be in with Fido, especially with all the wonderful parks and amenities it has on offer.
Take a hike along the Kiwanis Trail and enjoy a good walk with your dog. The trail is 12.7-miles long with a 137-foot elevation gain on an out and back route. The trail will take you through the better part of Adrian and near the Beaver Creek. If Fido doesn't feel like a hike, visit Comstock Park. The park offers benches, a gazebo, grills, and a floral garden. Trestle Park is a great park to visit and has great amenities like a ball field, amphitheater, walking paths, and a picnic area. After a fun day out at the park stop into The Spotted Cow for a sweet treat. They offer an array of different ice cream flavors and desserts. They have an outdoor seating area where you and your dog can both enjoy a treat.
Fee Park is in the heart of downtown and has tons of amenities, like benches, a floral garden, gazebo, and a path that is lined with trees that can be used for a walk. Just down the street from Fee Park is the Riverside Park, which features a picnic area, tables, grills, restrooms, a playground, basketball courts, a baseball field, and volleyball courts. They offer a bridge that goes over the river and a great trail to use for a walk. Make sure when you are visiting both parks to keep your dog on a leash and bring plenty of water along with you.
Bicentenial Park is a big and beautiful park that is the perfect spot to spend some time with your furry pal. The park doesn't have a ton of amenities, but it does offer a huge grass field that your pup can run around and get a game of fetch in. There is a packed dirt walking trail throughout this park where the two of you can hike around and explore together. Although there are trees throughout the park, the trail doesn't offer any shade so make sure you bring plenty of water along with you and keep your pup on a leash.
Dunlap Park offers a nice area with a playground, picnic shelter, and basketball courts. There is a small walking path throughout the park that is covered by plenty of trees for some pawsome shade. There is also a huge grass area in the park that you and Fido can use for a game of fetch. Island Park is a beautiful park that is filled with benches, playgrounds, and picnic tables. The park sits along the South Branch River Raisin and offers a wooded area where you and your dog can explore.