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Dog Areas in Flint

16 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
8 Eateries
10 Groomers
Flint is the largest city in Genesee County, Michigan, and is located along the Flint River. With nine veterinarians calling Flint home, you don't have to worry about your pup's health while you are in this puptown! 

Take your pup out to Broome Park for an amazing day. The park features a playground and a soccer field you both can enjoy. Take Fido onto the large grass area for a game of fetch, or go for a walk along the paved path on the outside of the park, or continue throughout the park for a longer one.

Check out the 501 Bar and Grill for a great bite to eat with your dog. They offer an intimate dining experience with an Art Deco setting that your dog will love. They serve sushi, small plates, soups, salads, and more that your pup will be licking his chips over. Their outdoor patio welcomes your furry pal to join you for a bite to eat.

If you both need a place to stay, check out the Baymont Inn and Suites Flint, the Red Roof Inn Flint Bishop Airport, or the Holiday Inn Express Flint Campus. They all welcome your four legged friend to spend the night with you before heading out on your next adventure.

Your pup will love spending time with you in historic Flint, Michigan!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Flint

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    Population Density 2,905/sq mi

    #1 Wood Croft

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    The Swartz Creek Valley Park is an amazing park to take your pup to for a fun day out. This park offers a huge walking path that you and your pup can use for a good walk, plus the Swartz Creek runs through the park for a great scenic view. The park is covered in a ton of trees to help provide shade, and there is tons of grass for fetch. Kellar Park is right next door to the Swartz Creek Valley Park, and though it doesn't have as many amenities, the best thing about this park is the plethora of grass your dog can walk along or get a game of fetch in on.
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    Population Density 2,306/sq mi

    #2 Mott Park

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    Mott Park is a beautiful spot to take your pup to for a great day out. The park features a tennis court, hockey rink, playground, and picnic area. At times the park can be busy since there is an amphitheater at this park that is used often. Ballenger Park is just down the road from Mott Park,  and is another great area that you and Fido can visit. The park offers a great paved walking path that you and Fido can use for a walk, or you can take advantage of the grass for a game of fetch. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,817/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

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    Grab a bite to eat with your dog at Einstein Bros. Bagels. This casual bakery and cafe-style restaurant dishes out a variety of delicious fare, including bagels, breakfast sandwiches, and lunch options. Their outdoor patio welcomes your pup to join you while you enjoy a tasty meal. After a good meal, take your pup out to Wilson Park for a pawsome walk. This park is located in the center of the University of Michigan's Flint campus, and offers tons of grass and a nice walking path for you both to use. If Wilson Park is too busy for your pup, try out the Riverbank Park that sits along the Flint River and offers benches, a great walking path, and plenty of shade.
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    Population Density 3,649/sq mi

    #4 Saginaw Street/ E Atherton Road

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    Head out to the Farnumwood Park for a pawsome day with your furry pal. This park offers a baseball field, and plenty of grass for fetch. There is a nice walking path that goes around and through the park for you both to use, but there isn't a lot of shade. After a great day out at the park, head over to Dairy Queen for a bite to eat and a sweet treat. They offer a variety of food like burgers and hot dogs, plus pawsome desserts that your pup will be wanting a lick of. Enjoy your meal at their dog friendly outdoor patio.
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    Population Density 3,319/sq mi

    #5 Central Park

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    If you're in the Central Park neighborhood, be sure to stop by the Kearsley Park. This pawsome park has great amenities like a playground, ball fields, and a pavilion. The park is known to host concerts and plays, so at times it can be busy. The Gilkey Creek runs through this park, and there is a great hill that your pup can run up to burn off some energy. There's also a great walking path around the park that you both can use for a walk before heading home. Don't forget to bring clean-up bags and water with you when you visit.
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