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Dog Areas in Redford

8 Parks
3 Trails
4 Groomers

Friendly, diverse, and thriving, the Charter Township of Redford, MI sits by the western border of Detroit, on the banks of the River Rouge. The convenient location isn’t all this town has going for it, though -- Redford is simply a great place to live. Even with a population of over 48,000, the township manages to maintain a neighborly, village vibe, and those who grow up here often stay here. Redford’s civic pride is plain to see at the many community events that take place throughout the year -- your leashed pooch is welcome to join you at the regular farmers' markets in the Redford Marquee, or take in one of the free summer concerts in Bell Creek County Park!

There’s no dog park in Redford itself, but you and your buddy are still sure to dig up something to do! The parks system is the pride of Redford, and there are some pawesome community parks that are ideal for leashed walks. Lola Valley Park is a particular favorite of local pups and their owners, and the trail here has lovely views of the serene river. The township is also close by some fantastically fur-friendly hiking options, and if your furry friend needs to run free, don’t worry -- you’ll find some furrific dog parks just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Redford

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    Population Density 2,525/sq mi

    #1 Fox Drive/ 6 Mile Road

    If you and your pup are looking for a pretty place to stretch all six of your legs, look no further than Rotary Park in Livonia! The park doesn’t look like much from the outside -- there are a couple of sports fields and a playground, but at the back, you’ll find a hidden gem: a wooded wonderland with miles of trails for you and your pooch to sniff and explore! Most of the trails are very short, but they are well-shaded, and run along a river besides. Be sure to bring your own waste bags and water!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,550/sq mi

    #2 W 9 Mile Rd/ Shiawassee Rd

    William Grace Dog Park, like many others in this part of Michigan, requires a membership for all pups who use the facility, and the annual fee is thirty dollars. If that’s not a deal-breaker for you, you’d be barking mad not to bring your pooch here! The off-leash area is huge -- there’s plenty of space for even the most energetic fur-ball to leap about to their heart’s content. There’s a separate small dog area, too, so your buddy can play and socialize no matter their size. Bags and water are provided, so just bring your four-legged pal and prepare to play!
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    Population Density 4,549/sq mi

    #3 Corktown

    Detroit Dog Park might not be the largest in the area, but it doesn’t require a membership fee, so it’s a mutts-visit for out-of-town pooches! There’s still plenty of room for your buddy to run around and tire themselves out in, and bags and water are provided -- all you need to do is BYOB (Bring Your Own Beast)! There’s no separate small dog section, though, so keep an eye on your pup’s temperament. After you’ve worked up an appetite, why not chow down at Mercury Burger and Bar? Their fried bologna sandwich is the stuff of local legend, and they cater to canines outside.
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    Population Density 0/sq mi

    #4 Belle Isle State Park

    No bones about it, Belle Isle Park is a true Detroit gem. The majestic mile-long bridge to the island is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and though your pooch won’t be able to soak up more history at the museums and conservatory, they’ll probably be more interested in the walking trails anyway! There are miles of trails wandering through natural wooded wonderland, and as an added bonus, dogs are allowed to swim at several of the island’s beaches. Remember to bring your own bags and water! Your pup must be leashed in this park, but we don't think Fido will mind too much.
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    Population Density 6,660/sq mi

    #5 Downtown


    A treat from Maestro’s Dog Haus in Ferndale is sure to make your buddy sit up and beg! This truly unique pet boutique has its own dog deli, stocking lamb burgers, chicken chips, freshly made sausages, and much more besides. There are sweet treats on offer, too, including biscuits, peanut butter bones, and even frozen yogurt! Of course, owners have to eat, too -- if you feel like a treat yourself, check out Cupcake Station. Their caramel apple cupcake is to die for, and they also stock special "pupcakes" for your pooch. Leashed dogs are welcome at both establishments. Bone Appetit!

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