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Midland is located in central Michigan, and was once home to one of the first fur-trading posts of the early 1800s. More recently, the city was named the 4th Best Small City to raise a family in 2005. Residents here love their dogs, and the city makes sure to take care of its four legged members through its six veterinarians located in town. With wonderful health care, and plenty of dog-friendly activities, Midland is the place to be for pups!
Dogs from all over Midland come to the Midland Dog Park. This 9 acre park is completely fenced in, and provides a lot of amenities, like separate areas for large and small dogs, doubled gated fences, agility equipment, running water, and clean-up stations.
In the downtown area lies the Central Park of Midland, an 18-acre dog-friendly park open to all leashed dogs. The park includes walking paths, picnic areas, benches, clean-up stations and plenty of open space to play in. Although dogs must remain on leash, owners can bring them inside the tennis courts of the park and close the gates to offer a fenced area for pups.
With plenty of options, Midland residents and pups can enjoy a day outside, playing walking or just spending time with their owner!
The Ashman Street neighborhood is the location of the Midland downtown area. Along the northern part of the district lies Barstow Woods Park, a 24.9-acre park that's known as the unofficial dog park of the community. Although not an official dog park, the park is fenced in on three sides, making it easier to allow your dog to go off leash and run around freely. Dogs ar allowed off leash, but must remain under voice command while in the park. The park also has paved trails, benches, picnic areas, trash bins, water fountains and clean-up stations for Fido. Dogs are welcome at picnic areas and pavilions, but must remain on a leash in these areas.
Plymouth Park is a neighborhood in Midland that hosts a park of the same name. Plymouth Park is about 40 acres and contains plenty of open space for Fido to come and play. Dogs must remain on a leash at all times, but can enjoy the free fields to play in or enjoy a good ball game. For something a bit more quiet, Wallen Park would be the place to go to enjoy some peace. The small park is entirely open, but is surrounded by dense trees. Here, you will find shaded benches, trash bins, water fountains and clean-up stations. Whether a social day at the park or a quiet walk, Fido will love this neighborhood.
Ashman at The Circle is a small residential neighborhood composed of homes and schools. In the center of that community is a little refuge from the busy life called Dartmouth Park, a 20-acre park entirely secluded by a dense canopy of trees and an open field right in the middle. Either take a walk along the wooded trail or play in the open field in the center. Owners should come prepared with clean-up bags and water. A smaller option is right across the street in Wyllys Park. Also hidden away by trees and with plenty of room to play, the park offers a great place to walk Fido. Dogs must remain on a leash at all time at both parks.
The Oakbrook neighborhood holds the cream of the crop for dog-lovers of Midland. Inside the community is the Midland City Forest Park, a 520-acre park made up of forests and trails. The park has two different trail systems used by cyclists, hikers, and dogs. The entire park is dog-friendly, but Fido must remain on a leash. During the winter months, the park gets rather snowy and offers activities in sledding, skiing and snowshoe runs, which are also dog-friendly. Afterwards, head to Culver's, a burger-joint restaurant with outdoor dog-friendly seating and water for Fido in the summer.
Along the northern edge of Midland lies the Amberwood Subdivision neighborhood. Along the outskirts of the community is the Pere-Marquette Rail-Trail, a dog-friendly trail that takes up about 3 miles of trails inside the neighborhood, and continues for another 27 further out. Dogs are welcome on the paved path, but must remain on a leash. For less of an adventure, head to Beyer Park, a small 15-acre park that has trees, fields and recreational ballfields. Dogs are welcome into the park on a leash and can walk along the trails in the wooded areas, or roam the open fields of the park. Be sure to bring clean-up bags and water.
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