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Dog Areas in Lowell, MI

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West Michigan, a well-developed area with shining cities and welcoming towns, has the most amazing tourist attractions in the state. No matter where you're going in the area, you will definitely find something you and your pooch will like. For example, Lowell, located on the eastern border of Kent County, has a bustling downtown area with many shopping and cultural opportunities. At least three veterinary clinics operate in the area to give sick pooches a little TLC.

West of the city center, right across the Grand River, you'll find the best pet-friendly attraction waiting for your lovely mutt to discover. Stoney Lakeside Park is a beautiful recreation opportunity for families with dogs! The spacious area of Lowell Dog Park is located within the main park and offers plenty of space where canines of all sizes can play off-leash. The park is divided into two sections for small and large breeds, is mostly covered in grass, and provides all visitors with seasonal drinking water.

If you're looking for an adventure, the state of Michigan has a great system of hiking and walking trails. Depending on your location, you can choose to travel west or east, with the closest trail to Lowell being near Portland, which offers a beautiful, pet-friendly river walk.

Staying in Lowell with a pooch may be a problem, since this city doesn't have any pet-friendly hotels. But don't worry! Ada and Forest Hills, located a short, 15-minute drive from Lowell, has a few nice options for your pooch and your budget.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lowell, MI

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    Population Density 609/sq mi

    #1 Cherry Line Avenue South-East


    Cherry Line Avenue is significantly remote from downtown Ada and stretches from north to south, taking its roots at 36th Street Avenue and across the Quail Ridge Golf Course. The area doesn't have many amenities for visitors, apart from a few creeks and quiet neighborhoods. But your mutt will love playing off-leash in Shaggy Pines Dog Park – one of the most attractive places for dog owners in the area. This 20-acre park has everything a pooch could want, about including walking and hiking trails, a swimming pool during warm seasons, a friendly local crowd, and tons of off-leash doggie fun. The place is an amazing spot for dog owners as well, offering free coffee, popcorn, and self-serve tubs. 

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    Population Density 232/sq mi

    #2 Thornapple


    Thornapple is a southwestern neighborhood of Forest Hills located on the left bank of Thornapple River, which separates it from the Cascade Hills neighborhood. If you are traveling with your pooch, consider visiting Cascade Township Park at the very southern tip of the neighborhood. This is a local public park, but has a special designated area for pooches to have a blast! The park is a natural heaven for every dog owner who is on the road to Grand Rapids and wants to stretch their legs after a long ride. Featuring two sections for large and small pooches, the park also offers a safe double-gated entry, a fence, and drinking water for four-legged visitors. A couple of dog-friendly eateries are available in the northern part of the neighborhood, near 28th Street, offering a choice of Italian or American food and dog-friendly outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 4,828/sq mi

    #3 Fulton Heights


    Fulton Heights is a small neighborhood west of downtown Grand Rapids, offering a strong sense of community, two churches, a few shopping spots, convenience stores, and recreation areas. Your mutt is welcome to join a friendly four-legged crowd in Hillcrest Dog Park, located in the southeastern part of Fuller Park. This is a simple dog park where your pooch will have a blast and enjoy socializing with others! Let your mutt play, bark and frisk off-leash at one of two separate areas for different breeds. Running water is supplied seasonally, so you should consider taking some with you, as well as a few toys or Frisbee to play fetch.

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    Population Density 1,578/sq mi

    #4 Urbandale


    Occupying the northeastern part of the city, the Urbandale neighborhood in Wyoming, MI is home to a few dog-friendly facilities. Featuring several recreation areas as well as shopping and dining facilities situated close to the downtown area, this neighborhood welcomes your mutt to try out Wyoming Dog Park! Located within Marquette Park, this dog park features two separate areas for small and large breeds, lots of room to run and play, and shaded spots to relax and catch a breath. You will also find benches spread all over, drinking water, and plenty of like-minded dog owners! A membership is required for visiting the park. 

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    Population Density 5,729/sq mi

    #5 Westside Connection


    Westside Connection is a huge neighborhood in the western part of Grand Rapids, not far from the town of Walker. This extensive, but quiet, place has several recreation areas and parks. You and your pooch are welcome to explore a number of roads and streets in the neighborhood, but don't forget to pay a visit to Covell Dog Park, set not far from the busy Lake Michigan Drive. This 1-acre off-leash dog park is a great spot for your mutt to play and run in the city, since it's fully fenced and supplied with drinking water. The park does not have special sections for small pooches, but this shouldn't be a problem; the locals are usually friendly and always happy to see new tails!

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