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Dog Areas in Ravenna, MI

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Ravenna is a village in Michigan with a population of more than 1,200 people in the southwestern part of the state. Ravenna is a primarily rural village with access to great school systems and is a great place to raise a family. The landscape of Ravenna and the areas surrounding it are scenic and ideal for outdoor adventures with your dog. Although Ravenna is just a small village, it has plenty of things to do, and there are parks and pavilions in town where you can explore with your dog as long as they're on a leash.

A portion of the Musketawa Trail runs through Ravenna, and this is a popular spot for dog walking, running, and biking. In 1886, this trail was built as the Muskegon, Grand Rapids, and Indiana Railroad, but it was no longer in use after 1989. The process of converting this former railway line into a trail began in 1997 and was completed in 2000. The Musketawa Trail is part of a network of 1,600 former railway lines that are now trails spanning across America. This particular portion is paved with asphalt and stretches for more than 25 miles. You'll love walking your dog on the Musketawa Trail and experiencing all of the other dog-friendly activities near Ravenna.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ravenna, MI

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    Population Density 2,742/sq mi

    #1 Westside Connection

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    In the northwestern quadrant of Grand Rapids, Michigan, there's a place called the Covell Dog Park, and it's less than a half-hour drive from Ravenna. This dog park is entirely fenced in for your dog's safety, and it sits on one acre of land. Rather than being divided into sections for big and small dogs, Covell Dog Park allows dogs of all sizes to interact with one another. In the summer, there are pools set up for dogs to cool off in, and there are bags provided at the park, although some visitors warn they run out, so you may want to bring your own just in case.
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    Population Density 168/sq mi

    #2 Southwest West Olive

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    Only 30 miles southwest of Ravenna is West Olive, Michigan. On the western shore of West Olive sits Kirk Park on Lake Michigan Beach, and if you go to the southern portion of the park, you'll find an off-leash dog area. The off-leash dog area is separated by the rest of the beach by a fence, so you won't need to worry about your dog taking off to other parts of the beach. The sand in the off-leash park is clean and free of debris that could harm your dog or hurt your feet as you walk on the sand. The dog beach provides visitors with waste bags, and you'll need to purchase either a daily or annual vehicle permit if you visit between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
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    Population Density 5,569/sq mi

    #3 Wyoming Park

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    Northern Wyoming, Michigan is half an hour from Ravenna, and in this part of the city, you'll find Marquette Park, which is home to the Wyoming Dog Park. This dog park has separate pens for large and small dogs, and in the warmer months of the year, there is drinking water available for dogs. You will need to purchase an annual permit for a small fee before you visit, and this requires providing proof of your dog's vaccinations and registration. You'll appreciate the abundance of shade and seating in the park, as well as the waste disposal items the park provides.
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    Population Density 8,651/sq mi

    #4 Eastown

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    Half an hour southeast of Ravenna is the Hillcrest Dog Park in the Eastown neighborhood of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Eastown is a mixed-use neighborhood in town that is often called the "Greenwich Village" of Grand Rapids. There are several eclectic shops, restaurants, and entertainment opportunities in this area, and it's very pedestrian-friendly, so it's a nice place to walk your dog. Hillcrest Dog Park is free to use, and it features separate big and small dog sections so your pet can play safely with dogs of similar sizes. Also, the park provides visitors with waste disposal items, water stations during the warm months, and plenty of seating and shade for hot days.
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    Population Density 494/sq mi

    #5 Coast Guard Park

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    A little more than 20 miles southwest of Ravenna is the city of Ferrysburg, Michigan, with a population of more than 3,000 people. On the western side of the city, there's a place called the Ferrysburg Dog Park, located within Coast Guard Park. This dog park has a double-gated entry system for increased safety, but it doesn't feature a separate small dog area. Coast Guard Park has activities for the whole family, including playgrounds, sports fields, and trails that are ideal for dog walking. The dog park has a drinking fountain for dogs, seating, shade, waste and disposal items, and there are usually plenty of balls left for dogs to chase.
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