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    Population Density 142/sq mi

    #1 Central Coopersville


    It is time to enjoy some wide open space in the great outdoors. West Bur Oak Landing is 145 acres of tree lined meadows. It is the pawfect place to play fetch, ball, or even just to run and run. Your dog would probably love to have a picnic lunch right here in this meadow with you. Please be aware of the season; hunting and archery are allowed here within the specific time of the year. It is nice and peaceful on most days. If you sit quietly, you may even see a deer or two walk right out of the tree line!

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    Population Density 142/sq mi

    #2 Polkton Township

    Ripps Bayou is a 172-acre open area where you are allowed to come and explore nature with your dog. There is a large bayou area surrounded by lots of trees and wildlife. It is recommended that you keep your dog on his leash, but it is not required. Please be aware that this is an all-natural area where you will see all kinds of animals, even the canine kind. Hunting is permitted, so try to plan your visit for a time of year when you won’t disturb them. In the off-season, this hidden gem will be the pawfect place for an outing with Fido.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 141/sq mi

    #3 Crockery Township


    Jubb Bayou is part of the Open Space Lands and is open all year for you and your dog to come and enjoy. It is important to note that you are not required to keep your dog on the leash, but you will need to keep them within your sight at all times. This is a natural bayou area. It does have its hazards that come along with it. Don’t forget that archery is common, and allowed, within the Open Space Lands, and you will need to remember not to visit during hunting season. Come and see a side of the bayou that you can’t get anywhere else.

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    Population Density 4,766/sq mi

    #4 Grand Rapids


    Hankering for some doggone good food? Take the 18-mile drive down to One Trick Pony. Let us give you three reasons why. The first is that the outdoor seating is pet-friendly. Two, the menu is varied and has something for everyone. Three, the service is more than just pet-friendly. This is the place to go for a great evening with friends or for a quick lunch with just your dog. You will find something on the menu that you will beg for time and again. Your dog is sure to be delighted no matter what you decide to order -- as long as you give him a bite, of course.

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    Population Density 4,766/sq mi

    #5 Grand Rapids


    Sometimes all you really want is just a good ol’ fashion dog park. You need somewhere that you can run and play with others in your pack. The Hillcrest Dog Park is just that place. You will find that there are plenty of fenced in areas to meet other dogs and play off-leash. There’s plenty of shady spots to relax at while Fido is playing with his new buddies. There are watering stations in the summer to make sure that you stay hydrated. Cleaning stations are also available if Fido’s fur gets a little dirty while playing with his new fur-iends.

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