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Dog Areas in Webberville

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In 1812, the government decided that it would give parcels of land to anyone who wanted to try their hand at farming. This land is now known as Webberville, Michigan. The strip of land where the railroad was built was donated by Mr. Webber, who was also the head postmaster. He felt as though it would help the town grow. In 1849, the town added plank roads which became a part of the toll route. The stagecoaches would bring people through here regularly. In 1913, the town got its first school. Electricity came in 1921. Since then, the town has slowly risen in population. 

Webberville is a quaint little town that doesn't have the dog-friendly places and spaces a larger muttropolis might, but you'll find quiet residential streets here which make the perfect place to enjoy a stroll with your pup. Head to the library to learn more about the town's history. Or, if you're looking for conventional dog-friendly amenities, like parks, restaurants, and trails, you'll find them just a quick drive out of town.

Although it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of the big city, Webberville, Michigan is a great place for dogs and their owners to visit or live!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Webberville

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 472/sq mi

    #1 Norlynn

    EZ Dog Park in Howell is about fourteen miles from Webberville. It is a full access dog park with a separate area for training your dog. There is a pond within the gates so that all the water-loving dogs can splash around in the water. Your dog will love all the water toys that are provided. The smaller dog area does not have access to the pond, though. The park provides water stations and fully stocked cleaning stations as well as a doggie clean-up area, which is complete with brushes to spruce up your pup after a splashin' good time.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 135/sq mi

    #2 East Williamston

    Joey's Pet Outfitters Dog Park is a members-only park that allows day visitors. It is located in Williamston, which is about six miles from Webberville. The entire seven acres is completely fenced. Two cleaning stations are well-stocked with everything you need to clean up after your puppy. The large pond in the middle is accessible so that your dog can cool off on hot days. If you're just looking for a quick walk, leash up your pup and hit the walking trails here. You and your dog are sure to have a great visit each and every time you stop in.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 148/sq mi

    #3 Fowlerville

    Fowlerville is about five miles from Webberville. You will want to make the short drive over to Grille in the Ville, because this Fido-friendly establishment welcomes your dog to dine with you! The locals rave about the Picnic, which is an entire lunch that you can eat there or grab and take to the park with you. The fare is relaxed and authentic, and includes favorites like Cajun chicken skewers and a wide range of starters and soups. You can find anything that you're craving here, whether it's a light meal or a full-on dinner.  Come hungry and leave ready for a good nap!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 148/sq mi

    #4 Cavanaugh Ave

    If you don't mind the 25-mile drive from Webberville to Lansing, then you should check out Soldan Dog Park. This 12-acre space is fenced so that you and your dog can just explore all day long. The trails are the pawfect place for a quick, on-leash walk. There is a large pond for playing in, and even wide open spaces left open for games of fetch. You can get your day pass online or at Lansing City Hall. They have human and dog water fountains as well as fully stocked cleaning centers. Come and burn some calories while your dog runs off some energy!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 148/sq mi

    #5 MI 36

    Rails-to-Trails has turned the old rail line in Gregory, just 19 miles from Webberville, into the perfect place to come and walk your dog: the LakeLands Trail Loop. The eight-mile trail heads south as the trail turns to dirt and gravel. The area has been left as natural as possible so that you get a peaceful walk in nature. You will want to bring water for you and your dog because there are no stops in the trail. There's lots of wildlife and plants all along the area, so it's best to stay on the trail. Please remember to keep your dog on his leash for the entire walk.
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