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Dog Areas in Leonard

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Fewer than 500 people call the village of Leonard their home. Although the population is small and the village makes up less than one square mile of land, Leonard has plenty to offer its residents and visitors. The rural atmosphere in Leonard lends itself to spending time outdoors, and dog owners will appreciate all the room there is for Fido to explore! Oakland County maintains several parks, one of which is in Leonard, as well as miles of trails, including one that passes through Leonard, and several others very close by.

Polly Ann Trail is a 34.2-mile trail that runs through Oakland and Lapeer counties, and its surface consists of ballast, crushed stone, and asphalt. Oakland County maintains a 14.2-mile stretch of the trail, and this part has a crushed stone surface, with many areas getting a new and improved asphalt surface that makes it an ideal dog-walking trail. Polly Ann Trail is part of a network of 1,600 trails in the United States that were created from abandoned railway lines. Along your walk, you and your dog will pass through communities and rural areas, all the while getting to take in beautiful Michigan scenery.

You and your dog are sure to love the trails in and around Leonard, but when it's time for an off-leash adventure, there are plenty of options for that, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leonard

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    Population Density 213/sq mi

    #1 West Romeo Road

    You'll find Addison Oaks County Park in southern Leonard on West Romeo Road. This 1,140-acre space is the pawfect place to bring your dog and the rest of your family for a day of fun. Your dog must be on a leash at the park, and you can enjoy activities like picnicking, disc golf, hiking, a variety of sports, and playgrounds. You can also access Polly Ann Trail from this park, and you'll find plenty of other great dog walking spots within the park, too. The park is open year-round, and during camping season, its hours are 7 AM to 9 PM, and from late October to April, the park is open from 8 AM to half an hour after sunset.
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    Population Density 2,419/sq mi

    #2 Town Center

    The Clinton Township Dog Park in Clinton Township, Michigan is just 30 miles south of Leonard. This 1.5-acre off-leash park is a clean and well-maintained space that includes big and small dog sections. Your pooch can race around on the green grass and interact with other dogs in a safe and fun environment. The park includes agility equipment, human and canine water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and seating. A membership is required to visit this park, and you'll need to provide proof of your dog's vaccinations in addition to paying a membership fee and purchasing a key fob for park entry.
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    Population Density 1,479/sq mi

    #3 Joslyn Road

    You and your dog can get to the Orion Oaks Dog Park in Orion Township, Michigan in about 20 minutes, and it's sure to become a favorite spot of yours in no time. Often described as "the perfect dog park," this 24-acre off-leash space has big and small dog sections as well as two trails. There is also a swimming spot called Lake Sixteen in the dog park, and it's reserved just for dogs! This clean and well-maintained dog park is full of friendly regulars who welcome newcomers. Within the park, you'll find doggy water fountains, seating, picnic stations, restrooms, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 3,891/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Mount Clemens

    The northwestern corner of Mount Clemens, Michigan is a 30-mile drive south of Leonard. This area of Mount Clemens is home to the Behnke Memorial Dog Park. This off-leash park is about an acre, and it allows dogs of all sizes to play together in the same space. As an added security measure, the park also has a double-gated entry system. Within the park's fence, you'll find water fountains and bowls for dogs, plenty of tennis balls, waste disposal equipment, seating, wind shelters, trees, and fire hydrants. Behnke Memorial Dog Park is free to use, and it's open all day every day.
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Shelby Township

    Stony Creek Metropark can be found in northwestern Shelby Township, Michigan, which is about a 20-minute drive south of Leonard. This 4,461-acre space spans Oakland and Macomb counties, and it also includes the 500-acre Stony Creek Lake. Your dog is welcome to join you on a leash at this park, and you'll find plenty of activities for the two of you to enjoy there. During the summer, you and Spot can hike or walk the trails in the park, and you may even choose to do some in-line skating, biking, or enjoying the sports fields as well. In the winter, Stony Creek Metropark is a wonderful place to cross-country ski, sled, or take a beautiful snowy hike.
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