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Dog Areas in Frankenmuth

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Frankenmuth is a beautiful town in Michigan that many people visit each year to take in its Bavarian-style architecture and to explore all that it has to offer. Frankenmuth is a riverfront town that has exciting festivals all year round, and it has even been voted one of the most Christmassy cities in America by TIME Magazine. Many of these festivals are outdoors and ideal for bringing your dog along to, so Frankenmuth is an excellent place for dogs and dog owners to live. 

If you're visiting Frankenmuth or you call it home, a fun thing to do that your dog can join you for is visiting the Frankenmuth River Place Shops. Along with several dog-friendly shops (you can get a map during your visit that points out which shops are dog-friendly), Frankenmuth River Place is home to The Dog Bowl. The Dog Bowl is America's biggest Olympic-type event for dogs, and you won't want to miss it! Along with plenty of beautiful sights like waterfalls and streams, there is also an authentically recreated German village that is very fun to explore with your dog. Frankenmuth is a wonderful place to be a dog owner!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Frankenmuth

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    Population Density 172/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Frankenmuth

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    Downtown Frankenmuth is a good place to get a taste of the Bavarian influences (both the architectural and the dining variety) of the town. You will also find the Hund Platz Dog Park in Memorial Park near downtown Frankenmuth, and this is a must-see and must-sniff for you and Rover! Hund Platz is about half an acre, and in that space, you'll find a few obstacles for your dog to use, as well as benches, shade, and drinking water. Chances are, you'll also find a few new friends, both two-legged and four-legged, when you visit downtown Frankenmuth!
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    Population Density 572/sq mi

    #2 Central Frankenmuth

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    Central Frankenmuth is a hub of activity in the town, and it's a great place to go to get to know more about Frankenmuth. One exciting way to learn more about Frankenmuth is by boarding the Bavarian Belle Riverboat for an hour-long guided tour of Frankenmuth on this 150-passenger vessel. The Bavarian Belle Riverboat welcomes dogs on board, and you will be very comfortable in the open-air, canopied upper deck of the boat with your dog during the tour. There are also drinks, snacks, and bathrooms aboard the vessel, so you'll have everything you need for an excellent experience.
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    Population Density 172/sq mi

    #3 South Central Frankenmuth

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    If you're in Frankenmuth and craving something sweet, make sure you pop into SugarHigh Bakery in south-central Frankenmuth. SugarHigh has outdoor tables where your dog can enjoy something sweet alongside you. Not only does SugarHigh make excellent desserts for humans, but they also have a dog menu with delicious dog treats for your furry best friend to devour. Not only do they offer sweet treats, but SugarHigh also has savory options like their marinara cake with parmesan meringue and pepperoni. Their selections include vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free options, so you're sure to find something to please even the pickiest eaters.
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    Population Density 6,131/sq mi

    #4 East Bay City

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    Bay City Michigan is only a half an hour drive from Frankenmuth, and it is absolutely worth the trip to visit the Bay County Dog Park with your pooch. This large dog park has a separate section for small dogs, agility equipment for adventurous pups, and drinking water for thirsty pets. This park was built entirely by donation, and it is the only public place in Bay City where dogs are legally allowed off leash. While many parks just have a few obstacles for dogs, the agility equipment at this park includes tunnels, weave poles, and a teeter-totter, so your dog is sure to have a blast!
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    Population Density 2,319/sq mi

    #5 North Flushing

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    Flushing, Michigan is less than a half-hour drive from Frankenmuth, and it is also home to the Key-Lore Kennels Woof Woods Dog Park. Both you and your dog will love this park and all it has to offer! The park is 12 acres, so there is plenty of space for whatever your pup gets up to, whether it's playing on the agility equipment, swimming in one of the seasonal dog pools, or just running around and making friends with other dogs. This place is pawpular with both visiting and resident dogs alike, so your pooch won't be lonely here!
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