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Dog Areas in Marne

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Marne is a small bedroom community in the Wright Township of Ottawa County. This small own is known for its saw mills and the dam on Sand Creek. If you and your pup are more city people, Grand Rapids is nearby for all those big city comforts, just to the northwest of Marne. Although there are no veterinarians in Marne, there are two in Coopersville which is just down the road.

Have a great day out with your pup at the Cole Memorial Park. This small park is perfect to visit if you're looking for a nice walking trail to use for a walk with your pup. The park sits along a little creek, which is perfect if your dog loves splashing around in water.

If you and your pup are hungry while in Marne, stop into Rinaldi Pizza and Sub Shop. This causal Italian-style eatery offers a variety of tasty dishes, including subs, pizza, burritos, and tacos. The restaurant is most known for their Reuben Sub, which Fido will be dying to get a lick of. They offer a dog friendly patio that welcomes your furry pal to join you for a bite to eat.

Although Marne is small, it is still filled with amazing amenities that your pup will love exploring with you by his side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marne

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 929/sq mi

    #1 Muskstawa Trail/ 8th Ave

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    Take your pup out onto the Musketawa Trail for an awesome day filled with hiking. The trail is 25-miles long with an asphalt trail surface and will take you through Muskegon and Grand Rapids, helping you escape the busy city and explore nature with your furry pal. If you are looking to connect to different trails, then the Musketawa Trail is perfect, as it connects to the Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail, the Fred Meijer White Pine Trail, and the Muskegon Lakeshore Trail, giving you and Fido more opportunities to explore. While hiking, you will cross through some farm fields and eventually end up at Lake Michigan.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 300/sq mi

    #2 Leonard Street

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    Take your pup out to the Kutis Bayou for a fun time off leash. To access the 80-acre Kutis Bayou, you need to travel on boat to the Allendale Township property on the Grand River. Once there, your dog is allowed to run around off leash in the open area. The bayou is open for deer hunting, so make sure to keep an eye on your pet while you are exploring the bayou together. Make sure to bring plenty of water for your pup, and bring clean-up bags with you. The Kutis Bayou is located in Allendale and only ten miles out of Marne.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 763/sq mi

    #3 City Center

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    Head over to the West Bur Oak Landing for an pawsome day out with your four legged friend. Your pup is allowed off-leash in its 261-acres of open space. Over a mile of the landing borders the Grand River, plus there are wetlands, uplands, and floodplain forests that you two can explore. There are no designated trails in this open space, but there is still a lot you can discover together. Make sure to keep an eye on your pup since deer hunting is allowed in the area. Located only six miles out of Marne in Coopersville, your pup will love being off-leash here.
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    Population Density 1,051/sq mi

    #4 Cleveland Street W/ 64th Ave N

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    If your pup is dying to get a good walk in, head over to the Polkton Township Sheridan Park. The park has a few beautiful trails that you and your dog can hike along together to get a good walk in during the day, and will take you through some wooded areas. The park also offers some restrooms and grass space for playing and fetch. There is a covered pavilion where you and your dog can have a picnic before heading home. Located in Coopersville, your pup will love visiting this park with you.
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    Population Density 2,145/sq mi

    #5 Lamont

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    The Lamont Community Park is a beautiful park to visit with your furry pal. The park offers some pawsome amenities, like a covered picnic area, benches, swings, and plenty of grass for fetch. There are restrooms for owners, and a short wooded trail that you and Fido can take a walk on together. The park is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., giving you enough time to visit the park with your furry pal. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you when you come and hang out at this beautiful park in Coopersville.
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