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Dog Areas in Flushing, MI

6 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
5 Groomers
Originally a mill town, Flushing is now a small suburb of Flint. The town is located near the Flint River which is the largest river in the county. With two veterinarians in town, your dog will be well taken care of while in Flushing.

Hang out at the Eastview Park with your furry pal. The park is 14.4-acres and offers a softball field, baseball field, horseshoe pit, and a pavilion. They offer  a small playground and swings, and a picnic area if you want to make a day of it!


Check out the Flushing River Trail with your pup for an awesome hike. The trail is 3.7-miles long and will take you along the river. Perfect for first time hikers, your dog is welcome to hike this trail with you as long as he remains on leash.

Teta's Grill is a great place to stop into for a bite to eat with your four legged friend. They offer Labanese food with a variety of vegetarian and gluten-free options. Their menu includes falafals, sandwiches, and combo plates that your pup will love to get a taste of.

Your pup will love hanging out in Flushing with you and checking out all the great amenities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Flushing, MI

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,443/sq mi

    #1 Mill Street/ S Cherry Street

    48
    The Riverview Park is a great 7.4-acre park to visit with your furry pal. The park sits along the Flint River, and offers a playground, grass area for fetch, and trees for shade. There is a huge paved walking path that goes throughout and around the park, so you both can get a good walk in. The park also has plenty of benches and a covered pavilion. This park tends to be popular with events, like the circus or free movies, so make sure your pup is social before heading out. Don't forget your water and clean-up bags when you visit. After a fun day out at the park, head out to Flushing A for a bite to eat. This friendly eatery offers burgers, wings, and hot dogs that you can enjoy while sitting on their dog friednly outdoor patio.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,734/sq mi

    #2 Coutant Street/ Chestnut Street

    36
    Take your pup out to Mutton Park for a great day out together. The 3.5-acre park is located in a residential area, but offers great amenities for you and Fido. They have a baseball field, basketball court, playground, and a picnic area. The park is covered in trees helping give you and your pup plenty of shade while you enjoy the park. Take a walk on the paved path around the park so you can get a good walk in before heading home. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you, and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,770/sq mi

    #3 East Main Street

    24
    If you and Fido are looking for a smaller park to enjoy together, head to Cornwell Park. This 0.2-acre park is located in downtown and offers benches and shade for you and your pup to enjoy. The park isn't meant for playing and activites, and instead the town wants people to relax in the quiet setting. The paved path throughout the park is perfect for a walk with your pup, and you can enjoy enjoy a picnic there on the few tables they offer. There aren't any water fountains at the park, so make sure to bring your water.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,071/sq mi

    #4 East River Road

    12
    Head out to the River Road Park and have a great day out with your pup. The 4.6-acre park offers a soccer field, basketball courts, playground, and picnic tables. If Fido is craving a good walk, check out the wooded nature area they have and take a good hike with your furry pal. Most of the park is shaded, but make sure to bring some water with you. If your pup isn't a fan of the water, then this is the perfect park for him since it is one of the only parks not on the Flint River.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,631/sq mi

    #5 Flushing TWP

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    If your dog is craving some off-leash, take him out to the Key-Lore Kennels Woof Woods Dog Park. The dog park is 12-acres and fenced in to help keep your pup safe while visiting. The park offers an agility course, swimming pools, and a wooded trail that the two of you can explore together. The park also provides plenty of shade to keep your dog cool, but make sure to bring water. The park does require an annual membership to attend, and also provides other amenities like training that your dog can use while he is at the park.
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