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Dog Areas in Howell, MI

5 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
8 Eateries
12 Groomers

Howell is a great city to hang out in with your four-legged pal, especially if you like activities and events. This town near Ann Arbor holds a ton of festivals yearly, including the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest and the Howell Melon Festival, which brings in lots of tourists and their pups. With seven veterinarians in town, your dog will have plenty of options on who to see for a check-up.

Grab a bite to eat at Diamonds Steak and Seafood with your dog alongside you. This premier steakhouse has a dog-friendly outdoor patio with a great menu. Enjoy options like pasta, burgers, sandwiches or even sushi rolls. Their menu includes dessert, and locals love their carrot cake which will have your dog drooling for a bite. They are open every day of the week, and even offer brunch on the weekends! 

Get a good night's rest at Baymont Inn and Suites Howell, or the Best Western of Howell. They allow your pup to spend a night or two with you at their dog-friendly hotels.

Your pup will have a great time hanging out with you in the wonderful city of Howell.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Howell, MI

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,813/sq mi

    #1 North Howell

    In the north of Howell can be found one of its larger parks, City Park. Situated along Thompson Lake, this park offers a boat launch for water loving folks and their pups. Pavilions can be rented for parties during warm weather months. Take a walk near the lovely lake, or watch the kids play on the playground. With lots of space to romp around, pups are sure to love this spot! Daily or seasonal passes are required from Memorial Weekend to Labor Day for City Park, which are free for residents, and can be picked up at the Bennett Recreation Center.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 337/sq mi

    #2 Chilson Rd / Brighton Rd

    Head over to the Brighton Recreation Area for an amazing day out with your dog. This beautiful park offers hiking and biking trails, plus it is located on a lake for water-loving pups. With 4,947-acres, your dog is going to have an amazing time exploring the area with you by their side. There are two trails throughout the area that you two can use for a walk, just remember to keep your pup on a leash while you are out. If Fido wants to spend a night or two at the recreational area, grab a campsite and spend a few nights under the stars.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,304/sq mi

    #3 Pinckney Rd / Sexton Rd


    If you and FidUptown Coffee Houo get a bit hungry while exploring Howell, stop into se for a bite to eat. Located in the heart of downtown, this specialty coffee shop offers iced and hot coffee, teas, smoothies, and baked goods. If it’s hot and the two of you need to cool down, stop by Dairy Queen for a sweet treat. They offer a variety of different ice creams, plus burgers and hot dogs. Both delicious places have a dog-friendly outdoor patio and welcome your four-legged pal to join you for a tasty meal.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,045/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Howell

    Spend a day out at Don Miller Park. This park offers a playground, benches, shade, and a nice paved walking path around the park that is perfect for a great walk with your furry pal. Keep your dog on a leash when you are out visiting this pawesome park. Let Fido run free at the Countryside Veterinary Dog Park. The dog park is 2.4-acres and offers both a small and large dog area for your friend to play in. There is a membership fee to join this dog park, so make sure to check out their website before you head over. Other pawesome parks in the neighborhood include McPherson Park, with picnic tables and a paved walking path, or West Street Park, with aplayground, benches, large grass area, and a paved walking path around. The path also offers doggie clean-up stations in case you forget your bags at home.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,118/sq mi

    #5 E Highland Rd/ Gulley Rd


    If your dog is craving some off-leash time, check out the EZ Dog Park. This 8-acre dog park is fenced in and offers a safe space for your pup to run free and meet new friends. The park offers two separate areas for large and small dogs, a man-made pond for water-loving pups, climbing equipment, and grass. If your dog is looking for some training, they have an indoor training building with agility equipment you can use. The park does have fees, so check out their website before you head over to it with your furry pal.

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