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Dog Areas in Harbor Springs

13 Parks
2 Trails
4 Shops
5 Eateries
3 Groomers

You'll find an abundance of trillium lilies and dog's tails wagging in the pet-friendly city of Harbor Springs, Michigan. Harbor Springs is a dog-loving city that sits above Harbor Point. The two communities share a cove tucked into Little Traverse Bay, which feeds into the larger Lake Michigan. Harbor Springs residents -- both four-legged and two -- are a festive bunch that enjoy themselves and the community year-round! The downtown district is lively with festivals, shopping, and dining that overlooks the water! In the summer, you can bring your dog to the annual wine festival. Even in the cold, there are things to do here in Harbor Springs! Bring your dog to the Harbor Springs chili cook-off to warm up the bones!

Pet owners love living in Harbor Springs! This small community supplies everything a dog owner needs with 3 veterinarians, 3 pet groomers, and 4 pet shops within the city limits! The fun times are never 'cur-tailed' in Harbor Springs! You can visit one of the 13 parks that surround the city, with state parks and nature preserves catering to the hiking crowd. If your dogs love to play with their other furry friends, you can take them to the Zoll Street Beach Dog Park for some off-leash swimming! If you're looking for a "fetching" good meal where Fido's allowed, there are 5 pet-friendly restaurants to choose from in Harbor Springs! Fido's wagging and waiting to head to Harbor Springs!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harbor Springs

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 631/sq mi

    #1 Zoll Street


    Does your dog love to take the leash off for some fun ruff-housing at the dog beach? If you live in the Zoll neighborhood, you can head with Fido down to the Zoll Street Beach Dog Park. Here, you'll find a sandy place where dogs can splash in the shallows! All the human and doggie amenities are here, like bathrooms, running water, and sandy and grassy areas to play in. The beach isn't fenced-off, so make sure your Fido won't run off! If you're tuckered out after a day at the beach, you can head up the street to the Stained Coffee Company — a pet-friendly coffee shop where you can re-charge. Breakfast is served all day here and the sandwiches are "fur-rociously" good! 

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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 631/sq mi

    #2 East Bay


    Does your dog hate being left alone while the family goes out for dinner? If you live off East Bay, you can take the whole family -- furry ones included -- out to eat for a nice dinner! There are a few options off East Bay. The first is The Paper Station, an upscale place that serves sophisticated seafood entrees like the Salmon Salad, parmesan & panko crusted perch, and the lobster mac 'n cheese. Bone Appetit! After a meal at the Paper Station, you can head to Tom's Mom's Cookies for dessert. This dog-friendly cookie shop offers 20 "dif-fur-rent" styles of cookies! Don't worry, if you can't decide, you can always grab an assorted dozen. Fido's mouth is already watering! 

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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 631/sq mi

    #3 Bluff Drive


    Does your dog think the best way to end a decent hiking trail is with a view of the horizon? If you visit the 62-acre Woollam Family Nature Preserve off of Bluff Drive, you can do just that! In 1967, the Woollam Family kept the land safe from being developed for family picnics, hikes, and star gazing. In 2014, the family decided to sell the land for to the Little Traverse Conservancy, and voila! Dogs and people alike can explore the wooded area that leads out to a gorgeous beach. The hiking trail that leads through the woods is around 5 miles long and is open to the doggos! As you hike, you can see rare plants like the Seaside Pea or a Jack-in-the-Pulpit. Fido's going to love it!

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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 631/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Petoskey


    Does your dog love visiting northern state parks in Michigan that have a "Tail of Two Cities?" If you drive 11 minutes down M-119, you'll land at the Petoskey State Park. Here, you can explore both the lakeside beaches and lushly wooded lands that make up the diverse ecosystems of this state park. There are two modern campgrounds that welcome leashed dogs within the 303-acre park. Another big draw for pet owners is to hike the dirt and cinder trail named after the park. You can backpack through the weekend or hike a portion of it in a day. Some parts of the trail are a little ruff, so make sure you bring hiking boots on top of Fido's leash! 

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    Population Density 929/sq mi

    #5 Menonaqua Beach


    Does your dog love taking trips with you to dog-friendly grocery markets? If your pups are lucky enough to live close to Menonaqua Beach, you'll have access to the Toski Sands Market, which is much more than a grocery store! This pet-friendly market offers high-quality meat and seafood. From local catches to local buffalo, you and Fido can get the best meats at Toski Sands Market! If you find yourself hungry while you shop, the market has a cafe there where Fido's welcome to join you for a meal. Try prepared dishes like homemade pizza, stuffed peppers, and chicken pot pie. If you're looking for a true sit-down, pet-friendly restaurant in Menonaqua Beach, you can also visit Mim's Mediterranean. This joint serves Greek favorites like zesty falafel gyros and the Zeus Super Greek Salad. Try them all with Fido by your side!

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