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Dog Areas in Saugatuck

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Fewer than 1,000 people live in the city of Saugatuck in Allegan County, Michigan, but there are all sorts of activities and amenities in town. Visitors and residents will fall in love with this coastal Michigan town in no time, and whether you're looking for a place for a romantic getaway, a beach vacation, and outdoor adventure in the winter or summer, or a great place to call home year round, Saugatuck has you covered! Of course, no great city is complete without dog-friendly activities, and there are plenty of those in town. From dog parks to dog-friendly restaurants, you'll never run out of things to do with Rex in Saugatuck!

Right in the heart of Saugatuck, you'll find a place called Wicks Park, and this casual bar and grill is the pawfect place to grab a bite to eat with your dog. The covered outdoor patio at Wicks Park is dog-friendly, and you can dine on pasta, seafood, burgers, pizza, and plenty of other delightful dishes with your dog at your side. Wicks Park also serves a wide variety of craft, domestic, and imported beers to please every palette. Once your meal is done, you and your pooch can head to a nearby off-leash dog park for another fun adventure!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Saugatuck

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    Population Density 329/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Saugatuck

    The far northeastern edge of Saugatuck is home to the city's own off-leash park. It's called the Tails and Trails Dog Park, and this five-acre dog park has separate enclosures for big and small dogs. Throughout the park, there are also wooded trails with lots of shade, as well as sandy and grassy areas. Pet parents can relax in covered seating areas and mingle with friendly dog owners. The park has a water spigot and bowls for dogs, and there are also plastic pools set up where dogs can swim on hot days. Tails and Trails Dog Park is free to use, and waste disposal supplies are provided.
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    Population Density 146/sq mi

    #2 Northwest West Olive

    West Olive is an area in Michigan along Lake Michigan, and the northwestern edge of town is about a half-hour drive from Saugatuck. That's where you'll find Kirk Park, a 68-acre space with nature trails, beaches, playgrounds, picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, and an off-leash dog beach! The Kirk Park Dog Beach is an enclosed section of the park's southernmost area, and your dog is welcome to play on the sand and in the water off-leash here. You'll find doggy bags and seating areas at the dog beach, but be sure to bring your own drinking water. Dogs are also welcome in other areas of Kirk Park when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,535/sq mi

    #3 Waukazoo Woods

    Holland is a city in Michigan on the shores of Lake Macatawa, and it's well-known for its Big Red Lighthouse. The neighborhood known as Waukazoo Woods is a 20-minute drive from Saugatuck, and here, you'll find the Park Township Dog Park. This off-leash dog park has an all dog area as well as a separate enclosure just for small doggos. If your dog is feeling adventurous, they can play on the park's agility equipment, and in the summer, there's fresh drinking water available. The Park Township Dog Park is free to use, and it's open daily from 7 AM to 10 PM.
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    Population Density 4,729/sq mi

    #4 Cascade Apartments

    There's another pawesome dog park in Holland, just a mile down the road from the Cascade apartment complex, which is about a 25-minute drive from Saugatuck. Quincy Park is a 133-acre park with playgrounds, picnic areas, and sports fields, and it includes the five-acre off-leash park. Quincy Dog Park has a space for dogs who weigh less than 25 pounds, as well as a section for bigger dogs. As an added safety measure, the park has double-gated entry systems and lots of lighting if you visit at night. There is running drinking water available for dogs, as well as seating areas, pet waste stations, and walking paths.
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    Population Density 200/sq mi

    #5 Glenn Haven Shores

    About 4,400 people live in the city of South Haven, and the southeastern corner of town is a 20-minute drive from Saugatuck. This area is home to the South Haven Bark Park, which is right next to the Al Van Humane Society. The dog park has different enclosures for big and small dogs, and an annual membership of $25 is required to visit the park. There's agility equipment in the dog park, as well as sand piles where digging dogs will have the time of their lives. Within the dog park, there are also play fire hydrants and drinking water stations for dogs.
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