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Dog Areas in Haslett

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Situated 10 miles east of the state capitol of Lansing, Haslett is a quiet suburban town. Locals enjoy a close-knit community with big city amenities just a short drive down the road. Though small, Haslett has some furrific parks where you can walk your pooch! And if your pup needs medical attention, there’s a veterinarian in town to make sure your furry friend is taken care of!

A pawsome place for some exercise and adventure is the Brattin Woods Park. This 20-acre tract of hardwood forest has a puptacular nature trail that loops throughout. Leash your dog and be sure to stop at the observation deck near the park’s beautiful wetlands for gorgeous views and a photo op. There are also benches around the park that are perfect for relaxing and taking in the views with Fido.

Staying the night? The Residence Inn East Lansing welcomes four-legged guests for an additional fee, and it’s only three miles down the road from Haslett.

For a tasty treat in the area, check out East Lansing’s Grand Traverse Pie Company. This sweet shop has yummy treats that you can enjoy on the patio with your dog by your side.

With an abundance of woofderful parks, it’s understandable why pooches love Haslett!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Haslett

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    Population Density 1,007/sq mi

    #1 Pheasant St/ E Lake Dr

    Haslett’s Pheasant St/ E Lake Dr neighborhood is home to some absolutely puptacular outdoor spaces where you and your leashed dog can roam and play! Check out Lake Lansing Park North, offering 530 acres of forest with a woofderful trail! You and your pup will love walking under the canopy of oak and maple trees as you wander the 2.4-mile nature trail that also loops though marshlands and meadows. Lake Lansing Park North also has two playgrounds for kiddos, a basketball court, horseshoe pits and picnic areas. There is a small vehicle entrance fee to this park. Marshall Park is another furrific spot for you and Fido to experience together in this neighborhood!
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    Population Density 1,303/sq mi

    #2 Haslett Town Center

    Leash your four-legged friend and get ready for a walk in the woods – right in the heart of Haslett! Haslett’s Town Center neighborhood is home to the Kuzma Preserve, a .32-acre natural area you and your dog will love exploring. Take a walk through the wide open meadows or meander beneath the dense hardwood canopy. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife like deer, squirrels and foxes roaming the area! You and your furry friend will love taking in the views at the preserve’s pond, too. After your walk, spread out a blanket in the lush grass and enjoy a picnic and some quality time with your dog.
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    Population Density 2,200/sq mi

    #3 Okemos Rd/ Haslett Rd

    Your pup’s tail will be wagging like crazy in the Okemos Rd/ Haslett Rd neighborhood! This area is home to some pawsome pet-friendly parks, including Nancy Moore Park! This community park has woofderful trails that meander near and across Pine Lake Outlet, a beautiful creek that you and your leashed dog can cross via picturesque wooden bridges. The Nancy Moore Park also has fun for the rest of the family, including playgrounds, sports fields, basketball and volleyball courts, picnic tables with barbecue grills, drinking fountains and restrooms. For other puptastic outdoor spaces to explore with your leashed dog, check out Hillbrook Park and Orlando Park. This neighborhood is also home to Brattin Woods Park.
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    Population Density 1,576/sq mi

    #4 Okemos Town Center

    Travel just three miles from Haslett and explore the Town Center neighborhood of Okemos with your pup! This area is home to the scenic Central Park South, a furrific place for a walk with your leashed dog. This beautiful park has a woofderful nature trail, open grassy space, and a charming pond where you and Fido can take in the views from the shore. There’s also tables with barbecue grills, making this a pawsome place for a picnic. Don’t feel much like cooking? No problem! Stop at one of the nearby fur-iendly neighborhood restaurants, like McAlister’s Deli, Biggby Coffee, or Noodles and Company.
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    Population Density 2,282/sq mi

    #5 Abbott/ Lake Lansing

    Off-leash fun awaits you and Fido just five miles from Haslett in East Lansing’s Abbott/ Lake Lansing neighborhood! This area is home to the Northern Tail Dog Park, a pawsome canine hangout that your pup will love. This two-acre park is fully fenced-in with tons of grass and mature trees. There are picnic tables and benches where humans can chill out while their pups socialize and burn off some energy. The park has doggie waste cleanup stations to make life a little easier, too. After your furry friend has let off some steam, leash up and hop on the adjacent 4.8-mile Norther Tier Trail that runs through the neighborhood and to the nearby Abbott Road Park.
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