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Dog Areas in New Baltimore

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1 Shop
4 Eateries
4 Groomers

New Baltimore is a historic coastal resort community that sits in Macomb County, Michigan. The town lies along Anchor Bay and is perfect if your dog loves the water. With two veterinarians in New Baltimore, your dog will be in good hands while you are here.

Brandenburb Park sits along the bay and is a huge park that your pup will be jumping for joy to visit. The park offers a splash pad, restrooms, basketball courts, tons of grass, and benches. There is a paved walking path around the park that your dog can use for a walk, and a covered picnic area that you can sit under and relax. While visiting, you will be rewarded with a beautiful view of the bay, just be sure to keep your dog on a leash.

Grab a bite to eat at Little Camille's By The Bay. They offer an array of food on their menu, including pizza, burgers, and knots. With an outdoor patio that is dog-friendly, this is clearly the place to stop for a meal with your pup by your side.

New Baltimore is a great area to be in with your furry pal and enjoy each other's company.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Baltimore

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,125/sq mi

    #1 New Baltimore


    Hang out at the Walter and Mary Burke Park to have a fun day out with your dog. The park sits off the bay and offers fishing, two playgrounds, two bocce ball courts, and restrooms. There is a paved area that is perfect to use for a walk with your pup. The Maynard Memorial Park is a large park filled with tons of grass your dog will love rolling on. This park also offers a playground, soccer fields, and a paved trail throughout it that you can use for a nice walk out with your dog. Make sure your dog stays on a leash while visiting both parks.

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    Population Density 2,667/sq mi

    #2 Ashley Farms


    Festival Park is a dogtastic spot to get a walk in with your furry pal. The park offers soccer fields, ball fields, and restrooms. Take a stroll on the long-paved walking path throughout that your dog will love. This is one of the few parks that does not sit on Anchor Bay, so if your dog is not fond of water, this may be the area for them. Keep your dog on a leash when you are visiting the park, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags along with you.

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    Population Density 4,279/sq mi

    #3 Brandenburg Estates II


    Take your dog over to Gazebo Park and enjoy the great amenities that this space has to offer. Filled with a gazebo, picnic tables and benches, your dog will have a fun time romping through this area. The park sits right along the sidewalk, and there isn't a path inside of the park, but you can use the sidewalk and small walkway to the gazebo for a walk. The park also has plenty of shade from trees and grass for a game of fetch or some grass rolling. Keep Fido on a leash when you are out visiting this park.

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    Population Density 2,030/sq mi

    #4 Murdick's Beach


    The Ruedisale Point Park sits on Anchor Bay and will give you a lovely scenic view as you explore the park with your dog. This large park has a playground, picnic tables, benches, and restrooms available at it. There is no walking path throughout the park, but there is plenty of grass you can walk along. The park also provides waste stations for your pet in case you forget your clean-up bags. Keep your dog on a leash, and be careful since there isn't a fence that divides the park from the bay.

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    Population Density 2,667/sq mi

    #5 26 Mile Rd / Baker Rd

    Pollard Park is a large park that your dog will be jumping for joy to visit. This huge park has a playground, gazebo, soccer fields, and baseball fields. There is an ample amount of grass space that your dog can run on and get some energy out, plus a paved path that wanders throughout and around the park that you can take a nice walk on together. Make sure to bring water along with you since there isn't a lot of shade provided, and keep your dog on a leash.
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