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Dog Areas in Madison Heights, MI

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Madison Heights is a suburban city, located only 10 miles from the Detroit's downtown area. Once part of the Royal Oaks Township, Madison Heights incorporated in 1955, and was the largest suburb in the county at the time, ranking as the fifth most populated suburb too. The city today is one of the highest ranking in dog-friendliness, and provides residents with a dog park, trails, and 3 animal hospitals.

The dog park is known as the Red Oaks Dog Park, a scenic fenced-in area along the Red Run Creek. The area has a vibrant grassy terrain that takes up 5.3 acres of land, with separate areas for large and small dogs, and double-gated entrances. Humans get to relax under shaded picnic areas and enjoy other amenities, like dog-sized water fountains, waste stations, a hose for cleaning off Fido, benches, and trash bins.

Afterwards, you can walk in the Red Oaks Nature Center nearby. The nature center is a 38-acre natural area with dense woods and a scattered trail system. There are seasonal displays, programs, and picnic areas along the trail, along with other amenities like water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Dogs can enjoy the park too while they remain on a leash!

The suburban area of Madison Heights has some great natural areas, and continues to include dogs when expanding and making new public parks.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Madison Heights, MI

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    Population Density 3,154/sq mi

    #1 North Madison Heights

    North Madison Heights is a residential and industrial park, filled with homes and multiple companies. The area is home to the Civic Center Park, a well-kept and flat park with vibrant open space and a paved trail. The trail itself is 1.7 miles long, paved with concrete, and connects with features like a baseball field, a playground, a picnic pavilion, restrooms, and open space. The park is great for letting Fido run around and play, and even connects to the public fields of the nearby high school, which offers water fountains, picnic tables, enclosed tennis courts, and fenced-in baseball fields. Be sure to leash up Fido before going out on a walk with them!
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    Population Density 2,055/sq mi

    #2 Red Oaks

    Red Oaks is a scenic area taken up be green gold courses and a famous creek known as Red Run. Along the creek is Ambassador Park, a narrow but long park with lots of space to roam and play, with a paved trail that extends over .8 miles and loops around the park. There are fenced-in tennis courts, a playground, water fountains, picnic tables, and shaded sitting areas. On the opposite side of the creek is Silverleaf Park, a recreational park with four fenced-in baseball fields, shaded benches, a track for running, and a playground. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 5,309/sq mi

    #3 North of Rosies

    North of Rosies is a quiet residential neighborhood with open fields and dense trees that surrounds rows of homes. Rosie's Park is a 30.9-acre space that offers wooded trails, open space to picnic or run around, sports fields, and other great features. Recreational fields in the park include soccer fields and fenced-in baseball fields, with access to restrooms, water fountains, paved trails, a playground, and a pavilion. Exchange Park is another recreational park next to Rosie's, with more open space and multiple fields including baseball fields, soccer fields, and a football field. There's a track for running, picnic tables, and a pavilion to enjoy, with water fountains and clean-up stations available for leashed pups.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,724/sq mi

    #4 Central Madison Heights

    Central Madison Heights is an upbeat and busy community home to the city's downtown center and shopping district. In the urban area, there are still some pretty great parks, like Edison Park. Edison Park is an open spaced park, with lush green fields, shaded sitting areas, a playground, a baseball field, and an encompassing paved sidewalk to use with Fido. Although if you're looking for more room to play in with your pup, Huffman Park offered a vast area with trees, open space, and a paved walkway. Dogs do have to remain on a leash inside the park but can enjoy amenities like water fountains, benches, shade, a playground, and a pavilion.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,498/sq mi

    #5 Keller

    Keller is a bordering neighborhood to Madison Heights in Royal Oak. The park of choice for residents and visitors is the Mark Twain Dog Park, a grassy park backed by trees and open fields. The park has separate areas for large and small dogs, with double-gated entrances for extra protection. Pups can enjoy amenities like water fountains, waste stations, agility equipment, and picnic tables while playing around off-leash. Lockman Park is a dog-friendly park in the community that offers a lot more shade. There are forested trails, an open area to play in, paved walkways, fenced-in tennis courts, and playground. Fido does have to remain on a leash inside this park.
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