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Dog Areas in Grosse Pointe Park

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Grosse Point Park is a city in Wayne County, Michigan with a population of more than 11,000 people. The city and surrounding areas are often referred to as "The Park," and it's just six miles from downtown Detroit, so many people who live in The Park commute to Detroit for work. Many areas of Grosse Point Park have been rejuvenated, and trendy restaurants and entertainment facilities have been added. Most of the neighborhoods in The Park consist of single-family homes, and many neighborhoods are just a short walk from all the amenities you need. In addition to great places to walk your dog on a leash in The Park, there are several dog parks just a short drive away!

Grosse Point Park also has a few options for dog-friendly dining. One pawesome place to go is Atwater in the Park, a German-style beer hall housed in a former church. In addition to their great selection of beer, Atwater in the Park also serves delectable dishes like mac and cheese, wings, fish tacos, and burgers. Your pup can join you at any of the beer garden tables, and the friendly staff often brings canine guests their own bowl of water. Once your appetite is satisfied, head out to a nearby off-leash park for some socialization with your four-legged best friend!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Grosse Pointe Park

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    Population Density 5,286/sq mi

    #1 Central Royal Oak

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    The Wagner Park Dog Run in Royal Oak, Michigan is just 20 miles northwest of Grosse Point Park. Wagner Park is a nearly 14-acre city park, and in addition to a disc golf course, playgrounds, and picnic areas, it even has a dog run! Before you visit, you should know the off-leash area isn't fenced, so if your pup's recall skills aren't top notch, it's best to keep them on a leash or visit a fenced-in dog park. The park is open daily from 6 AM to 9 PM, and if your dog loves a game of fetch, they'll love that the dog park overlaps the disc golf course so they can chase frisbees!
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    Population Density 1,914/sq mi

    #2 Central Clinton Township

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    Clinton Township, Michigan is 20 miles north of Grosse Point Park, and in the center of town, there's a place called Clinton Township Dog Park. This dog park is a 1.5-acre park with sections for big and small dogs, and it also includes water fountains for dogs and humans. This beautiful, green dog park also has lots of seating where you can rest comfortably as you watch your pets play, and waste disposal items are provided for your convenience. Visiting the park requires providing proof of your dog's registration and vaccinations as well as paying a yearly membership fee.
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    Population Density 5,447/sq mi

    #3 Northeast Royal Oak

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    Northeastern Royal Oak is home to another off-leash dog park, and this one's called the Mark Twain Dog Park. The Mark Twain Dog Park is a seven-acre park, and in addition to the two fenced, off-leash areas, there are a variety of trails you can trek with your dog as well. If you're visiting on a hot day, you'll appreciate the shaded areas of the park, and during the summer months, there are often plastic pools set up for dogs to cool off in. To get the key code required to visit this park, you'll need to provide proof of your dog's registration and vaccination and pay a yearly membership fee.
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    Population Density 3,891/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Mount Clemens

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    Mount Clemens is a city in Michigan with a population of more than 16,000 people, and it's less than 20 miles from Grosse Point Park. In the northwestern corner of the city, there's a place called Behnke Memorial Dog Park. This dog park is free to use, and it's one large space that doesn't divide dogs by size, so be prepared for your Golden to play with a Min Pin. The park is stocked with waste disposal items, seating, drinking water for dogs, and lots of trees. Throughout the park, there are also tires for your dog to play on, and a variety of balls and toys to use.
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    Population Density 5,329/sq mi

    #5 Northeast Pleasant Ridge

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    Pleasant Ridge is a small city in Michigan with a population of around 2,500 people. In the northeastern quadrant of the city sits the Pleasant Ridge Dog Run, and it's less than 20 miles from Grosse Point Park. This dog park doesn't separate dogs by their size, and throughout the park, there are water fountains and benches. There's a big bin of tennis balls your dog can play with and chase, and doggy bags are provided for visitors as well. This park requires purchasing an annual membership before you can visit, and it will cost you $60 if you're a non-resident or $25 for residents.
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