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Dog Areas in Taylor, MI

15 Parks
1 Trail
6 Groomers

The city of Taylor in Wayne County, Michigan lies eight miles southwest of Detroit. It is a lovely place to base yourself for some pup-tastic exploring, with great community parks and lots of dog-friendly attractions nearby. There are three animal hospitals and two vet clinics in Taylor, so you can rest assured that Fido will stay happy and healthy on your visit. 

Heritage Park in Taylor is often referred to as ‘the jewel of the city’, and for good reason! This beautiful, well-manicured park is a picturesque spot to come for a walk as there is so much to see. There are numerous historical buildings at the park to take a look at and learn about, as well as a stunning botanic garden on site. A walking track winds through the park and gardens; take your time and really appreciate this lovely place. Leashed dogs are permitted at Heritage Park and the botanic gardens, except at scheduled events.

For a pet-friendly place to eat in Taylor, head to Pete’s Place where dogs are welcome at the outdoor seating area. Pete's Place is an American-style restaurant and bar with a huge selection of cold drinks and menu items to choose from. Culvers is also in town and has dog-friendly seating outdoors. Here you can feast on a selection of burgers, sides, salads, chicken dishes and hot meals.

With so many great things to do here, you are both sure to love your stay!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Taylor, MI

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    Population Density 4,262/sq mi

    #1 West Wick

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    Taylor’s Boardman Park is a lovely pet-friendly place to bring the whole family for a morning out. There is a short walking path around the park where you and Fido can get some exercise together, and a playground to keep the kids amused. There is also a sledding hill, and ball fields to enjoy some family sports. Boardman Park has picnic areas, grills and a pavilion where you can sit and enjoy a meal or some relaxing morning tea together. You will need to keep you pup leashed here, and always pack some cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 5,396/sq mi

    #2 Berkshire Ave/ Balfour Ave

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    Champaign Park in Allen Park is a great neighbourhood green space to bring your pup for a walk and some fresh air. This large park has a beautiful grassed area with lots of shady trees to relax under, or stretch out for a picnic lunch. Bring a ball or your pup’s favorite Frisbee for a friendly game in the sun, or take a walk together along the paved path. Champaign Park also has shelters, restrooms and a great playground for the two-legged kids. Keep your pup leashed at both parks
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,375/sq mi

    #3 Northwest Woodhaven

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    The Brownstown Dog Park in Woodhaven is a well-maintained, clean and very popular off-leash park, definitely worth checking out as it is just seven miles south of Taylor. You will need to register your dog through the Brownstown Water Department before accessing the park, so make sure you have your dog’s veterinary papers with you. Once registered, you can visit as many times as you like! Your pup will love running around in the large open space with his likeminded pup buddies in one of the two fully fenced play spaces. There are benches and shady trees for you to enjoy while you supervise, and a water station for when pooch has worked up a thirst.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,965/sq mi

    #4 West Rd/ Hall Rd

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    Woodhaven’s WOOFhaven Dog Park is another great off-leash dog park you might like to visit with your pup, just nine miles south of Taylor. To access this park, you will need to check in with Woodhaven City Hall to register your pet and get the access code, so bring your dog’s veterinary papers with you. The park features fenced areas for large and small dogs, as well as clean-up stations and a doggie water fountain. There are picnic tables and benches, as well as shade trees and grass for you to relax on while your dog burns off some of that boundless energy.
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    Population Density 5,737/sq mi

    #5 Biddle St/ Ford Ave

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    Nine miles east of Taylor along the Detroit River in Wyandotte is a pup-tastic park to check out. Bishop Park has everything you could want in a park; grills and well-maintained picnic areas, restrooms, a playground, ball courts and ample parking. Dogs are welcome here, but must remain leashed. While enjoying the park’s amenities together, take time to look out over the river for spectacular views and see if you can spot some ducks, swans and geese that call the water home. Fishing is permitted from the pier if you are keen on catching some lunch yourself. Failing that, there are four pet-friendly restaurants close by where you can sit with your pup at one of the outdoor tables; RP McMurphy’s, Dangerously Delicious Pies, Belicoso Café and Joe’s Hamburgers. To end the day with something sweet, head to Stroh’s Ice Cream Parlour for a tasty treat.
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