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Dog Areas in Harrisville, MI

5 Parks
1 Eatery
Harrisville is a beautiful city that sits along Lake Huron in Alcona County, Michigan. The town is known for having more forest then asphalt, and only one traffic light for the entire town. Harrisville is the perfect town to go visit if you and your pup are looking to relax in a cool and calm environment. There are no veterinarians in Harrisville, but in there is one Fido can visit in Lincoln, which is just down the road.

Take your pup to the Mill Pond Park for a pawsome day out. If your dog loves water, then this is the park for him. The Mill Creek runs through the park and creates a pond that your pup can splash around in. The 8.5-acre park contains a water wheel, a grassy area for fetch, benches for owners, and grills. There are also fire pits in case you and Fido are hanging out and get a bit cold.

If you're craving something sweet, stop into the Country Cone and Fudge Shoppe. They serve frozen treats like ice cream, sundaes, shakes, and malts, perfect to beat the heat. Their outdoor patio is perfect to sit around on and enjoy your treats with your furry pal.

Your pup will love running around Harrisville with you and exploring all the great amenities the town has for you and your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harrisville, MI

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 809/sq mi

    #1 State Park Road

    Hang out with your dog at the Harrisville State Park which sits right on the edge of Lake Huron. This park has pawsome amenities for you and your pup, including campgrounds, sandy shores, and trails that the two of you can explore. One trail is three-quarters of a mile and paved, so you and your pup can easily navigate it. If your dog wants to get a little more adventure, take advantage of the 2-mile trail that goes through a wooded area and along some cross-country trails. Your dog needs to stay on leash while hanging out at the park, and make sure to pay attention to signs because some areas of the beach don't allow dogs.
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    Population Density 713/sq mi

    #2 E Main Street/ S 3rd Street

    If you are looking for a little more of a rustic park, head over to the Negwegon State Park. This park is in an undeveloped area off of the coast of Lake Huron that offers camping, hunting, paddling, and bird watching. Take Fido on a hike through one of the three trails in the park and get a good walk in while visiting. The trails range in length from 3.30-miles to 4.80-miles, giving you ample options. Your dog needs to stay on leash at the park, and make sure to pay attention to signs. Bring water and clean up bags with you to this wild place!
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    Population Density 966/sq mi

    #3 E Harbor Lane/ N Lake Street

    Harbor Park is a great park to go and hang out at with your furry pal. The park sits along Lake Huron and offers some amazing amenities that Fido will love. The park has a boat launch, grass for fetch, and camping areas. The park is popular with local events, so make sure Fido is in a socializing mood before heading out to the park. Take your pup on a walk along the lake before the two of you head home for the day. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you and don't forget your clean-up bags while visiting.
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    Population Density 713/sq mi

    #4 Point Road

    The Sturgeon Point State Park is a beautiful park on Lake Huron that your pup will have a great time visiting. The park offers hiking, swimming, and wildlife viewing, as well as a lighthouse and a concession stand. Take a hike throughout the 76 acres with your four legged friend and get a good walk in before going out onto your next adventure. If you need a break while hiking, there are benches that the two of you can rest on before heading back out. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags wth you to the park, and keep your pup on a leash.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,610/sq mi

    #5 E Trask Lake Road/ N Barlow Road

    The Alcona County Recreation Area is an amazing 123 acre recreation area that you and your pup can explore together. With 80 acres of undeveloped forest land, you and your pup can hike throughout this wilderness for a great walk. The recreation area is known for the Braille Nature Trail that helps the visibly impaired still enjoy nature and trail hiking. If Fido loves the recreation area, grab a campground and spend a few nights under the stars with your furry pal. Located only seven miles out of Harrisville in Lincoln, your pup will love this mini trip to visit this pawsome area with you.
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