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Dog Areas in Sterling Heights

26 Parks
2 Trails
6 Shops
3 Eateries
9 Groomers

A suburb of Detroit, Sterling Heights is quite a busy city, but still boasts several pockets of greenery where you and Fido can escape the hustle and bustle of city life. With a seemingly endless amount of parks to explore, as well as dog-friendly restaurants and six veterinary clinics, this is the pawfect city to visit with your pooch.

There are so many different parks in Sterling Heights, giving you and Fido plenty of variety when it comes to dog walks. Magnolia Park is always popular, because there are quite a few different sports facilities here, as well as a playground, paved pathways, and a nature trail. Imus Park, which is especially popular with children, boasts similar facilities, as does Beaver Creek Park, except the latter is surrounded by a larger amount of greenery.

If your pooch enjoys being wined and dined, there are a few dog-friendly restaurants in Sterling Heights that the two of you should visit. Ventimiglia Italian Foods serves up freshly made pasta and other Italian specialties, while Fuddruckers boasts a build-your-own burger bar, allowing you to really customize your meal.

With so many pawtastic walks to be had, as well as delicious meals to enjoy afterwards, you and your pooch are going to have such a great time in Sterling Heights. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sterling Heights

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    Population Density 3,313/sq mi

    #1 Edison Field

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    If your pooch enjoys long walks, the Edison Field neighborhood will definitely go down well. This is where you will find the Clinton River Park, featuring a spacious and peaceful wooded area, along with a playground and picnic areas. In addition to the paved pathways that meander througho the park, you will also find a longer, 4.5 mile, trail here, known as the Clinton River Park Trail, which showcases some of the diverse plant and animal life that live within the park. Connecting on to this park is Dodge Park, where you will find even more recreational activities available, from sports to play areas, and even an amphitheater. 

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    Population Density 3,881/sq mi

    #2 Pines of Moravian

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    Pines of Moravian is quite a tranquil neighborhood, and is home to the Freedom Hill County Park. This large park stretches out for 100 acres, and boasts an outdoor amphitheater, covered pavilions, a playground and a nature trail. You will also be able to access the Freedom Trail, also known as the Metro Parkway Trail, from this park, and this trail extends out for just under 11 miles. A few minutes walk from the park will lead you to the Mark Sawyers Family Park, where you will find sports facilities, play areas and a paved walking path. Dogs are welcome in both parks, but do need to be kept on a lead. 

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    Population Density 5,635/sq mi

    #3 Troy

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    If you are looking for a shorter dog walk, there are a few smaller parks in Troy that are pawfect for this. Hampton Park is the largest, and is home to sports fields, a basketball court, picnic areas, sledding hills, a playground, and nature and hiking trails, giving you and Fido plenty to explore. Carpathia Park is also worth a visit, with its sports courts, playground and nature trail, while Fairfield Park boasts similar facilities, except with a much larger playground. Dogs are allowed to use all of these parks, but a lead, doggie bags and drinking water for Fido are essential. 

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    Population Density 5,491/sq mi

    #4 Ferrini

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    Ferrini is quite a quiet neighborhood, meaning that the parks you find within it are peaceful and relaxing. Begin at Arlingdale Park, which sprawls out for 8.7 acres. This park contains a few sports facilities, a playground, multiple picnic areas, and a nature trail that showcases some of the park's diverse vegetation. The 6.4 acre Franklin Park is also in this neighborhood, and offers up a playground, basketball and tennis courts, and a paved walking path. Since both of these are neighborhood parks, you will need to keep your pooch on a lead at all times, and don't forget to bring some doggie bags and drinking water with you too. 

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    Population Density 3,518/sq mi

    #5 Heritage 16 Mile Rd

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    Heritage 16 Mile Road is quite a historic neighborhood of Sterling Heights, and its wide sidewalks with interesting architecture make for a fun urban dog walk. If your pooch needs some greenery to sniff about in, take a stroll over to Wolf Park. At just under nine acres in size, this is quite a large neighborhood park, and boasts a baseball diamond, a playground, and a couple of paved trails that you and Fido can follow. This is a popular park among dog owners, so the two of you are likely to meet quite a few other pups here, making this a great park for socializing your pooch. 

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