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Dog Areas in Burton, MI

1 Park
2 Trails
16 Shops
10 Eateries
3 Groomers

Can you imagine vast wilderness as far as the eye can see, beautiful countryside with wildlife like you have never imagined, not a house in sight? That is what the first settlers saw when they came to Burton, Michigan. Maybe that's why it only took a year for the settlement to really take hold. Today, this is an area that loves its pets; after all, there are plenty of groomers around. You won't find a lot of parks within Burton itself, but there are plenty of recreation opportunities nearby, as well as three vet clinics right in town.

While you're here, you have to stop by the Wolverine Trail. It is part of the Rails-to-Trails system. That means you can count on it to be a clean, safe environment where you and your dog can take a walk and share a quiet moment together. You might even meet other pet parents along the way!

If you want to grab a bite to eat, check out Halo Burger. This cozy spot has an assortment of burgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches that are fresh and delicious. You can even get an old-fashioned shake. The best part is that there are three pet-friendly tables so that your dog can eat with you.

Burton, Michigan is a city that's really gone to the dogs! (We mean that in the best way pawssible, of course.)

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Burton, MI

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    Population Density 468/sq mi

    #1 Flushing TWP

    Woof Woods Dog Park in Flushing is about eighteen miles from Burton. This is a 12-acre dog park that Fido will pawsitively love! There are wooded trails, wide open spaces, and agility equipment to play on. This is a members-only dog park, but you can get a day pass if you're just visiting. You will have to show proof of vaccinations before you can get into the off-leash area. The park provides water and everything you need to clean up after your pet. If you are searching for a highly-rated dog park that's close to home, look no further!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 478/sq mi

    #2 North Davison

    North Davison, located 10 miles from Burton, is home to a nice little secret called Baby Jakes. This is a dog-friendly pizza place that is the neighboorhood favorite. Not only can you get virtually any pizza you want, but you can also order ice cream to satisfy your sweet tooth. This spot has more outdoor tables than indoor tables, which is perfect because dogs aren't allowed inside. You can call ahead and have your pizza ready when you get there, or just order when you arrive. Of course, your pup will need to be leashed to enjoy this ooey-gooey cheesiness, and don't forget to bring a water dish with you.
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    Population Density 478/sq mi

    #3 Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge

    If you are looking for the pawfect place to have an epic adventure with your dog, then you definitely want to come to Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge and check out the Johnny Pather Quest Ecotours. The Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge has several dog-friendly options, but the Johnny Pather Quest Ecotours is a boat ride that takes you on a unique tour of the area. Of course, you will need a leash, but with so much to see, it is worth it! It's your responsibility to make sure your pet is on their best behavior for the duration of the tour.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 478/sq mi

    #4 S.Gale

    Davison Area Dog Park is a spacious dog park with multiple places to play. There are even gazebos where you can sit and relax while your dog plays. If you are looking for somewhere for your dog to socialize, then this may be just what you are looking for at just eight miles away from Burton. There are water spigots that look like fire hydrants. The cleaning stations are stocked, making those clean-ups a snap. There is even a training area so that you can work one-on-one with your dog. Fido will go dog wild playing and sniffing out some new friends in this off-leash area!
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    Population Density 185/sq mi

    #5 Memorial Park

    Memorial Park is about thirty miles from Burton. This is a furrific place to take the whole family, thanks to amenities like playgrounds, pavilions, and plenty of room to run. It is also the home of Hund Platz Dog Park.  While this is a small-ish dog park, it is well-maintained. Waste bags are provided and the trash is emptied regularly. The downside is that there are no water stations. You will need to bring your own water. If all you need is a place for your dog to play off-leash while your kids have somewhere to play as well, then this park is pawfect!
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