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Dog Areas in Clawson

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Clawson is a city in Oakland County, Michigan that prides itself on being a "Little City with a Big Heart." The total area of the town is only 2.2 square miles, and no matter where you live within that area, you can walk to all of the amenities you'll need within just a few minutes. Not only is Clawson a beautiful place to visit, but it's also a great city to live, work, and raise your family. You'll find an abundance of unique shops and restaurants, as well as festivals and farmers markets throughout the year. Many of Clawson's recreational activities are dog-friendly, and there are paw-lenty of off-leash dog parks just a short drive away.

If you're looking for a place in Clawson where you can get a delicious meal without leaving your dog at home, visit Clawson Grill on South Main Street. Their patio is dog-friendly so your pup can hang out by your side while you dine on breakfast, lunch, or dinner items. Their menu includes dishes like omelets, French toast, pasta, sandwiches, burgers, and much more. In addition to being dog-friendly, visitors love how friendly the staff at Clawson Grill is, as well as their fair prices and quick service. Once your meal is finished, you and your dog can hop in the car and head to a nearby off-leash park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clawson

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    Population Density 3,154/sq mi

    #1 E 12 Mile Rd/ Dequindre Rd

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    Madison Heights is a city immediately east of Clawson, and the northeastern edge of the city is less than a ten-minute drive from Clawson. Here, you'll find the Red Oaks Dog Park. This exceptionally clean, fun, and safe 5.2-acre dog park has separate enclosures for big and small dogs, as well as dog wash stations. To keep human visitors comfortable, there are picnic shelters and seating areas in Red Oaks Dog Park. There are also water fountains and bowls for dogs, along with waste disposal supplies and stations. You'll need to pay a small fee to park here, or you can buy an annual pass if you plan on visiting several times.
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    Population Density 3,837/sq mi

    #2 North Royal Oak

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    Nearly 60,000 people live in Royal Oak, Michigan, and the city is just south of Clawson. In northern-central Royal Oak, there's a place called Quickstad Park, and it's only one mile or a two-minute drive from Clawson. Quickstad Park is a 2.54-acre park that was dedicated in 1955. In addition to the park's many trails, there is also an off-leash space in the park. The Quickstad Park Off-Leash Dog Area is a designated section of the park where dogs of all sizes can interact with one another off of their leashes. The area isn't fully fenced, however, so if your dog's recall skills aren't up to snuff, it's best to keep them on a leash.
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    Population Density 4,041/sq mi

    #3 Red Run

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    There's another dog park in Royal Oak that you and your dog won't want to miss, and this one is also less than a five-minute drive from Clawson. Wagner Park is located in the Red Run neighborhood of northeastern Royal Oak, and it sits on nearly 14 acres of land. Within that space, there are picnic areas, playgrounds, a disc golf course, and an off-leash dog area. The Wagner Park Dog Run isn't entirely fenced, but it's positioned relatively far from any roads. If your dog doesn't come when called, it's best to keep them on a leash and enjoy other areas of the park together.
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    Population Density 5,329/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Pleasant Ridge

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    Pleasant Ridge is another city in Oakland County that's also a suburb of Detroit, and it's home to more than 2,500 people. The northeastern corner of the town is a ten-minute drive from Clawson, and that's where you'll find the city's own off-leash park. The Pleasant Ridge Dog Park is an enclosed space where dogs of all sizes play, so be prepared for your chihuahua to befriend a golden retriever! There's drinking water available for dogs during the warmer months of the year, and the park provides doggy bags, too. Whether you're a Pleasant Ridge resident or just a visitor, a permit is required to visit this park.
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    Population Density 1,479/sq mi

    #5 Orion Oaks

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    While there are many dog parks just a few minutes from Clawson, it's worth making the 25-minute trip to northwestern Orion Charter Township to visit the Orion Oaks Dog Park. There are 24 acres of space for your dog to explore, including big and small dog sections and enclosed swimming areas. There are also two trails for you to trek with your dog in the park, and picnic shelters and seating areas for pet parents. You'll also find drinking water stations for dogs, waste disposal supplies, and restrooms. Many visitors say this is the best dog park they've ever been to, which makes the membership fee and drive to this park a small price to pay for so much fun.
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