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Dog Areas in Brighton, MI

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Brighton is a suburb of Detroit located in the southeast part of Livingston County. If you decide to visit or you're just passing through and need a place to stay with your pup by your side, check the Courtyard Brighton. Unfortunately, only small dogs are allowed at this hotel. You can also check out the Brighton Airbnb Rentals, but keep in mind that pet policies are different for each accommodation.

There are a lot of dog-friendly restaurants and cafes in Brighton, so if you want to chow down with your hound, you're in the right place! Just a few of Brighton's many dog-friendly eateries include Lu and Carl's, TGI Fridays, The Coffee Beanery, Jameson's Irish Pub and Grill, Salsarita's Fresh Cantina and many, many more!

You won't need to worry about your pup's health here. You'll find four animal hospitals in Brighton, which means your pup will be in good hands in case of emergency.

While you’re here, you should check out the Island Lake Recreation Area, which is completely dog-friendly as long as you keep your beloved pet on-leash at all times. You can also visit the Huron Meadows Metropark, which is a 1,576-acre park along the Huron River.

No matter what kind of adventure you're craving, Brighton has plenty of op-paw-tunities for dog-friendly fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brighton, MI

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    Population Density 2,126/sq mi

    #1 East Howell

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    EZ Dog Park and Training is a quick 6 miles from Brighton, in East Howell. This is the pawfect place to have some safe, off-leash fun in a fenced area. Small doggos even get their own separate space to play at this park. An added bonus of this park is its pond located inside the fenced area, which is a wonderful place for pups to swim and splash. There are even lots of water toys that your pooch can play with! The pond is very clean and safe for your dog, so don't be afraid to let him get a little wet before shaking himself off in the grassy area.

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    Population Density 1,251/sq mi

    #2 North Lyon

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    Another park that you might enjoy visiting in the area is the Lyon Oaks Dog Park, located in North Lyon. This 13-acre park is just 12 miles from Brighton, making it a convenient spot for off-leash exercise. The area that is dedicated to dogs has everything you might expect from a great dog park. There is a small dog area where little dogs can safely play and run around with puppers their own size. For the human visitors, there are benches and picnic tables. Waste bags are provided, and a water fountain is available, although it's always a good idea to bring some of your own.
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    Population Density 1,007/sq mi

    #3 Dexter-Pinckney Rd

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    Around 14 miles away from Brighton is Arise Church Dog Park. This park is located in Pinckney and is a free park that is open to the public. This 2-acre park is fenced for extra security. There is a small dog area where you can bring your little pooches to play and socialize. You'll also find some agility equipment in the pup where your pup can train with you, play with the other pups, or show off his moves! There are also lots of toys to play with as well as a doggie pool! The short drive from Brighton is well worth it for this puppy paradise!
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    Population Density 2,683/sq mi

    #4 South Northville

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    The Northville Community Park in Northville is situated approximately 20 miles from Brighton. This is a great off-leash park where dogs can play and socialize together. The park is 4 acres, which means there is plenty of space for even the most hyperactive pooches. The majority of the park is shaded from the many trees that are planted inside the fenced area. If you want to visit the park, you have to buy a non-residential permit. The park provides water and waste bags so you don't have to worry about bringing anything apart from plenty of energy!
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    Population Density 3,313/sq mi

    #5 Northside

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    If you are looking for a park where you can take the whole family for a nice day in nature, you might want to check out Olson Park in Ann Arbor. The park is approximately 18 miles away from Brighton and has a furrific dog park on-site where your pooch can play! The fenced dog park is a little on the smaller side, though. If you have a hyperactive doggo that needs more exercise, you should check out the trails outside of the fenced area. Keep in mind that you have to keep your dog on their leash on the trails. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you.

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