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Dog Areas in Dexter, MI

4 Parks
4 Eateries
2 Groomers
Dexter is a village in Washtenaw County that may be small, but still offers some great amenities and activities for you and your pup. With a few great restaurants to dine at, and some amazing parks to run through, your pup will have a great time in Dexter with you. With five veterinarians in town, your dog will be well taken care of too.

Grab a bite to eat at Aubree's Pizzeria and Grill. They have an extensive menu with a Cajun flare that your dog will be drooling over. Try some of their favorites like the Louisiana Cajun pizza, smokehouse mac and cheese, or the fish tacos. Their outdoor patio welcomes your four legged friend to join you while you enjoy your meal together.

Peace Park is a gorgeous park to hang out in with your dog, and perfect for an afternoon walk. The park has an ample amount of grass that Fido can run around on, and plenty of trees to help give shade while you explore. There are a few benches that owners can relax on, and a great walking path for a nice walk together.

With the beautiful parks and delicious eateries, your dog will have a great time in Dexter with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dexter, MI

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,395/sq mi

    #1 Trinkle

    48
    Take Fido out to the Mill Creek Park for a fun afternoon out with you. The park features a playground and a creek that your dog can splash around in. There are a few trails throughout where you and Fido can get a walk in before heading out to eat at one of the two great restaurants by the park. The Dexter Bakery serves traditional bakery goods including breads, muffins, donuts, and pretzels. They offer vegan, gluten-free, and egg-free items as well. Joe and Rosie is a coffee and tea joint that you and your pup can chill at together. They offer wraps to snack on, and even give Fido a water bowl while you chill. Both of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 937/sq mi

    #2 Malena Drive

    36
    Go on a fun adventure through the Sloan Preserve. Here, you'll find tons of different hiking trails that you and your pup can get a good hike on together. The preserve is known to be a little buggy and has poision ivy, so come prepared if you want to explore this fun area with your furry pal. Most of the preserve is covered by trees, leaving you and Fido plenty of shade when you walk around and explore. There are a few benches along the path to sit down and get a break in if you need it while you hike.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,091/sq mi

    #3 Hudson Mills

    24
    Take Fido out for some fun off leash time at the Paw Run Recreation Area. The recreational area offers a 1-mile trail that you both can walk in, plus a play area with a pond, an agility yard, and a double gated system so Fido can't escape as he roams free. The recreation area also offers water for humans and dogs, plus benches for owners to sit on and watch the dogs have some fun. The park does require a membership to enter the park, which includes a behavioral test for your pup, so be prepared before you visit. 
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,153/sq mi

    #4 Delhi Mills

    12
    Come explore the Delhi Metropark with your four legged friend by your side. This 53-acre park features a fishing area, canoeing, wildlife viewing, a playground, ball fields, and a picnic area. Your dog will love being able to explore the trails through the park and get a good walk in at the same time. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash while visiting since there is natural wildlife here that you don't want him to chase. Make sure to clean up after your dog and bring some water. Just five miles out of Dexter in Ann Arbor, your dog will have a fantastic time out at this park with you.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,061/sq mi

    #5 Northside

    0
    If your pup is craving some off leash time, take him out to the Olson Dog Park, just ten miles out of Dexter in Ann Arbor. This pawsome park offers a separated area for large and small dogs, and is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. The park offers tons of grass that your dog can run on, and benches for owners to relax on and watch pups have a great time. An annual pass is needed for you two to visit this park, so be prepared. If your dog isn't a fan of dog parks, take him for a stroll around Olson Park. The 54-acre park offers a pond, trails, sport courts, and playground.
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