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Dog Areas in Nunica

1 Park
1 Trail
16 Shops
10 Eateries
1 Groomer

Nunica comes from a Native American word meaning "clay earth". It's a beautiful and thoughtful name, and one which is appropriate for Nunica, since it's home to fertile farmland. The clay earth is what attracted settlers to this quaint town. Later, it became a hot spot for mining zinc. All of this brought the railroad and almost 8,000 people in the 1920s.

Some original buildings still remain from the 1920s settlement. It is quite the sight to see as you walk your dog through the neighborhoods. While you're here, take some time to visit the town center, where you'll find memorial markers telling the story of Nunica. 

What was once a hustling and bustling industrial site is now a quaint, country community. Nunica might be small, but it has a big love for animals! There's even a vet clinic in town that takes care of all the local pups.

You'll also find a furrific natural space in this small town: Crockery Creek Natural Area. This area has multiple trails that allow your dog to walk with you on the leash. You can explore the natural countryside all year long. There are even some open lands that allow you to let your dog off his leash and roam in spots. Just bring plenty of water with you for you and your dog. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nunica

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 572/sq mi

    #1 Adams Street

    Looking to enjoy a furrific adventure in nature? Head on over to Adams Street Landing in Holland, which is about 25 miles from Nunica. This gorgeous nature site is situated on the Macatawa River. Here, you can share a picnic with your pal while you marvel at the breathtaking views. Your dog is allowed to accompany you as long as you pick up after them and leave them on the leash. Need some exercise? Come walk the trails! Or, get a life vest for your dog and go for a canoe ride. There is so much for the whole family to do here that you will want to come back often.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 550/sq mi

    #2 North Cedar

    Connor Bayou is only ten miles from Nunica, and it's the most pawesome spot around! You can bring your leashed dog along to explore the hiking trails here. Take your dog out on the boardwalk, or even do some fishing. From picnicking in the afternoon to bird watching in the morning, you will find that there is always something new to do and see. You will need to come at different times of the day, and different times of the year, to watch this gorgeous park transform with each passing day and season. It will be your favorite place from the very moment you arrive! Don't forget to bring all the necessary supplies, especially water and waste bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 141/sq mi

    #3 60th Ave

    Deer Creek Park is in Coopersville, just ten miles from Nunica. It is a quiet two-acre piece of land at the mouth of Deer Creek. While there are not any walking trails, there is plenty of room to run and play or you and your dog. The picnic area is just right for cloud watching as well as snacking. The fishing is great, too, so bring your rod and reel. The park has restrooms on-site, but you'll need to supply the doggie waste bags for your pooch. This is the perfect daycation destination that's not too far out of town.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 141/sq mi

    #4 Leonard's Road

    Eastmanville Farm in Coopersville used to be the poor farm. Coopersville citizens who needed help getting back on their feet were put to work here so that they could provide for their families. Now, this preserved site is a place to bring your dog for a walk down trails or among the historic cemetery. You will see the 1930s era barn here -- the perfect place to pose for a photo! There are rolling hills where you can play with your pooch, as well as meadow areas that are cozy and ready for your picnic blanket.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 420/sq mi

    #5 Linden Ave

    If you are looking for a place to let your dog off of his leash and just let him run, you should come on over to Grand River Open Space. Allendale, where the open space is located, is only 14 miles from Nunica. There are miles and miles of open trails for you to run and play in. The trees are beautiful, too. Cherry, dogwood, oak, and even some witch hazel trees are all waiting for you to come and explore their natural habitat. You can let your dog off of his leash here as long as you have him under voice control. This is the perfect place to spend a quiet moment in nature with your best friend.
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