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!