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Dog Areas in Stevensville, MI

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A village in Berrien County, Michigan, Stevensville is a hidden gem of a town that any dog lover would be doggone crazy to miss out on. With a number of dog-friendly restaurants as well as a beautiful dog beach, it’s easy to see why this would be the prime location for a doggy day trip. Whether you’re local, or travelling from far off, Stevensville is filled with all the charm of friendly locals and a beautiful, scenic area. 

One of the areas where this is most evident is Grand Mere State Park. Be warned, though; this isn’t your usual beach trip destination! Leading to the beach is a relatively challenging hike, and if you and your pup are the sort who seek adventure, it’ll be well worth the reward of scaling the dunes. Go on a warm sunny day and bring plenty of water to keep both you and Fido hydrated. Then, embark on a hike that leads to a peaceful and beautiful beach where your pup is free to run and play in the sun and sand. Dip your toes in the tide, and enjoy the beach yourself. It’s well worth the trouble of getting there.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stevensville, MI

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    Population Density 174/sq mi

    #1 Central Sawyer

    A pitter-patter of your puppy’s paws away from Stevensville is where you’ll find Central Sawyer, another little known haven for dog lovers. It’s home to Warren Dunes State Park, where your dog is welcome at the campgrounds, hiking paths, boardwalks, as well as past the northernmost swim buoy. Your precious pup will go hog wild prancing around this beautiful location, where there are rolling hills as well as the shores of the beautiful lake to explore. Be sure to carry plenty of doggy waste bags on you at all times, and always be prepared to dispose of them properly.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 747/sq mi

    #2 Central Coloma

    Next on your doggy to-do list should be making your way to Central Coloma, a beautiful location and home to Hagar Beach. At this dog-friendly beach that’s especially favored by locals, you'll find a short staircase that leads to the beachside where lots of doggies and their people will be enjoying the day. Let your precious pal run free, and maybe even bring a frisbee to toss around. All you’ll need to bring is some fresh drinking water, as doggy waste bag dispensers and disposal stations are located in the parking lot. Have a ball at this beach -- a tennis ball, that is!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,585/sq mi

    #3 North Saint Joseph

    If you’re looking for a spot specifically for your furry friend, look no further than the northern area of Saint Joseph. Here, you’ll find Kiwanis Dog Park, an off-leash park where your pup pal can go wild playing with their fellow doggies. This fenced park provides a doggy drinking fountain, as well as plenty of shade and nice benches where you can feel free to relax and enjoy your favorite app while you keep an eye on your dog. Just be sure to bring plenty of waste bags; you’ll want to keep this furrific park clean!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,430/sq mi

    #4 Southeast Baroda

    If you’re looking to start winding down towards the end of your day, you should surely make your way to the southeastern region of Baroda. Although frolicking with your pooch in parks is fun, every dog owner needs a bit of rest and relaxation now and then. That shouldn’t mean you have to leave your best furry friend behind! At Round Barn Winery, your dog is welcome anywhere on the grounds except the tasting room -- but don’t let that stop you. The staff will be more than happy to bring you some wine to sample, and water for Fido.
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    Population Density 747/sq mi

    #5 West Coloma


    Another must-see stop on your doggy day trip is definitely Roadside Park. Located in the western part of Coloma, this park offers easy access to the shoreline, where your dog will be thrilled to get their paws wet. Bring some water-friendly toys and spend the day tossing them for your swimming sweetheart to retrieve. Be sure to bring plenty of fresh drinking water to keep Fido from drinking anything nasty. Waste bag dispensers are available throughout the park, so you don’t have to worry too much about that. Just focus on having fun with your furry friend!

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