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Dog Areas in Hartland

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Hartland is a civil township in Livingston County, Michigan that's home to nearly 15,000 people. The area is part of Metro Detroit, and it's located in the southeastern part of the state near the M-59. Living in Hartland, you'll enjoy the charm of a small-town with all the bells and whistles that come along with modern living. Hartland residents have their choice of rural, suburban, or lakeside living, and you're just a short drive from big cities like Detroit, Ann Arbor, Lansing, and Flint. When you arrive in Hartland, you'll be warmly welcomed and immediately feel the strong ties in town that are strengthened by community events and recreational facilities.

Dog owners in Hartland can bond while enjoying dog-friendly activities like Settler's Park. This excellent township park has playgrounds, picnic areas, pavilions, and a two-mile trail that's pawfect for dog walking. Your dog will have to remain on a leash throughout Settler's Park and on the trail, but they'll be thrilled to explore all the park has to offer. Most visitors hike the 2.2-mile trail in under an hour, which makes it a great length for a dog walk. Before or after your hike, you can also relax in the park's plentiful green spaces. You and your dog will love getting to know all of the dog-friendly activities in and around Hartland!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hartland

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    Population Density 623/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Hartland

    The southeastern corner of Hartland is home to several businesses, including medical and law offices, restaurants, and Biggby Coffee on Highland Street. There's no better place in town to get a cup of coffee with your dog, and there are two outdoor tables at Biggby Coffee where your dog can join you. In addition to great coffee, they also serve hot chocolate, tea, and smoothies. You also have your choice of food, from bagels to cookies, muffins, and yogurt parfaits -- they even offer a dog-sized version! Table service isn't available at Biggby Coffee, so keep in mind that your dog will need to remain outside while you go in to order.
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    Population Density 355/sq mi

    #2 Norlynn

    In less than ten minutes, you and Skip can drive to the EZ Dog Park on the far eastern edge of Howell, Michigan. Howell is a city that hosts fun events all year, and in addition to the dog park, there are lots of fun places to visit. The EZ Dog Park is an eight-acre facility that's known for being kept exceptionally clean and well-maintained. In addition to separate enclosures for big and small dogs, there's also a man-made swimming pool for dogs with a built-in waterfall. Other fun amenities include sand piles and indoor agility equipment to keep your dog stimulated. You can buy a daily pass for EZ Dog Park for $10, or a monthly pass for $45.
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    Population Density 929/sq mi

    #3 Lyon Oaks

    Wixom is a city in Oakland County, Michigan that's home to around 14,000 people, and the western edge of town is only 20 miles from Hartland. This is where you'll find an area called Lyon Oaks which is home to a golf course, county park, a dog park, and much more. The Lyon Oaks Dog Park makes up 13 acres of the 1,041-acre Lyon Oaks Park, and it has different areas for big and small dogs. Within the dog park, there are water fountains, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies. If you'd like to hike with your dog on a leash, there are more than six miles of trails throughout Lyon Oaks Park where you can do so!
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    Population Density 1,007/sq mi

    #4 Dexter-Pinckney Rd

    In half an hour, you and your doggo can drive to the southeastern corner of Pinckney, a village in Livingston County that's home to around 2,500 people. This area is home to the Arise Church Dog Park, where there are more than two acres of space for your dog to explore off-leash. The Arise Church Dog Park is free to use, and it's open to everyone. Within its two acres, you'll find separate big and small dog areas. There's also a variety of agility equipment, and in the summer, there are plastic pools set up where dogs can cool off and take a dip!
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    Population Density 196/sq mi

    #5 Southwest Webster

    Many visitors say the Paw Run Dog Park in Webster, Michigan is the best they've ever been to! You'll find it in the town's southwestern quadrant, and it will take you just over 20 minutes to drive there from Hartland. This dog park requires a membership and for your dog to pass a temperament test, but your fee gives you access to more than 18 acres of paradise for pups and pet parents alike! Within the off-leash park, there's nearly a mile of mowed trails to trek, swimming ponds, an agility yard, and open play areas. The park has double-gated entryways, and there are drinking water stations, waste disposal supplies, and lots of seating areas in the park.
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