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Goodrich is a village of fewer than 2,000 people in Genesee County, Michigan, and it's also considered a suburb of the big city of Flint. Goodrich was settled in 1835 when the Goodrich family from New York purchased 1,000 acres of land for $1.25/acre in what was to become Goodrich.
The community ties are strong in Goodrich, and there are plenty of events throughout the year for the whole family to enjoy. Goodrich has a traditional downtown area, beautiful neighborhoods, and several natural areas where you can walk with your dog and get to know the town. Although Goodrich doesn't have an off-leash dog park to call its own, there's an abundance of dog parks just a short drive away.
Central Orion Township, Michigan is about 20 minutes from Goodrich, and this is where you'll find the Orion Oaks Dog Park. You and your dog will love this 24-acre off-leash park that includes a big dog section and a small dog section. There are also enclosed swimming areas for dogs and a dog dock. Drinking water and waste disposal supplies are provided by the park as well. The rest of Orion Oaks Park has miles of trails you can trek with your dog if they're on a leash. This is just one of several incredible dog parks near Goodrich!
The Grand Blanc Dog Park in Grand Blanc Township, Michigan is ten miles west of Goodrich. This roomy off-leash park has all sorts of green spaces for your dog to enjoy, as well as agility equipment so they can showcase their special skills. There are also water fountains, seating, waste disposal items, and shaded areas in the dog park. You're required to purchase a membership pass to visit the Grand Blanc Dog Park, which costs $35 for non-residents and $25 for residents. Grand Blanc Dog Park is known for being well-maintained, and the regulars are welcoming and friendly to regulars.
There's a dog park less than ten miles away from Goodrich, and it's located in western Davison, Michigan. The Davison Area Dog Park is an adorable off-leash park with a small dog area and an all dog area. This dog park has lots of special features, including a dog bone dog walk, pavilions, and an entryway shaped like a dog house. One of the more unique features of the dog park are the flushable dog waste stations -- now, that's something you don't see every day! There are also fire hydrant water stations and shaded seating areas for humans.
The northeastern corner of Fenton Township, Michigan is less than 20 miles from Goodrich. This area is home to a community-funded off-leash park known as the Thompson Road Regional Dog Park, and it includes big and small dog sections. Surrounding the dog park is a walking path, so you can get a long walk in with your dog in addition to the time you spend in the dog park. The Thompson Road Regional Dog Park provides visitors with water and waste disposal items, but for now, there is no seating in the park, so be sure to bring your own.
In just over half an hour, you and Fido can drive to the Wagner Park Dog Run in central Royal Oak, Michigan. Wagner Park is a 13.66-acre park that was dedicated in 1956, and it's been a staple in the community ever since. In addition to the off-leash area, Wagner Park has a playground, a disc golf course, and picnic facilities. The dog run isn't fenced in, but there are trees surrounding it, as well as signs that tell you where dogs can and cannot be off-leash. Be sure to bring your own drinking water and doggy bags when you visit Wagner Park.
There's another pawesome dog park in Royal Oak, and this one is located in the northeastern corner of the city. The Mark Twain Dog Park is an off-leash park that's clean and well-maintained, and it features two separate enclosures: one for big dogs and another for small dogs. There are often plastic pools set up in Mark Twain Dog Park for dogs to cool off in and take a dip. There's also drinking water and waste disposal items available in the park. Like most parks in the area, a membership is required to visit this off-leash park. There are also other areas of Mark Twain Park where you can walk your dog if they're on a leash.
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