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Dog Areas in Westland, MI

15 Parks
4 Trails
4 Shops
4 Eateries
6 Groomers

Located about 15 minutes west of Detroit, Westland is a great place to spend time with your pup. Pup parents also do not have to travel far for quality veterinarian care in Westland. There are nine clinics and hospitals available for all of Fido’s emergency and routine medical needs.  

When Fido needs some exercise, head over to Central City Park where you can walk around the path and let your pooch stretch his legs. Your pup can sniff the plants and flowers in the well-maintained gardens, or sit on a bench and watch the kids play in the skatepark. The area is peaceful and serene, and perfect for a stroll on a sunny day. 

Another popular destination in town is Dead Man’s Hill which features walking trails where you can admire nature or bring a blanket and enjoy a picnic with your pooch. During the winter, this is the best place for sledding.

The Westland Dog Food Company is a great place to find premium food and toys for your pooch. The friendly staff will help you find what you need and answer questions about the best puppy products.

If you are looking for a pooch-friendly place to go for breakfast before heading out to the park, stop by Biggby Coffee on Ford Road in downtown Westland. You can grab a great cup of coffee and muffins while relaxing at the outdoor tables with your pup. 

With a variety of parks and pooch-friendly activities, Westland is a wonderful place for Fido and the family.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Westland, MI

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    Population Density 467/sq mi

    #1 Ford/ Venoy


    Jaycee Park is located on Hunter Avenue just minutes from downtown Westland. The area covers 2.5 acres and offers a track for running or walking with your pup. You and Fido can stroll through the park while admiring the plants and trees, and the kids can play on the swings or chase a ball on the baseball diamond between games. There are restrooms available, and you can relax at one of the picnic tables and enjoy a snack with your pup. You will need to bring your own doggie waste bags, but there are convenient trash receptacles throughout the park. 

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    Population Density 1,022/sq mi

    #2 City Central/ Wayne Road


    Located off Central City Parkway, Holiday Park is perfect when Fido needs to stretch his legs. There are walking trails where you can enjoy nature and Fido will have a snifftastic time in the trees and plants. You can stroll along the stream and take advantage of the mature trees to sit in the shade. Get together with some friends and their furry companions and wander along the marked forest trails to enjoy the various wildlife. You will need to keep Fido on his leash and bring your own doggie waste bags 

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    Population Density 504/sq mi

    #3 Pointe West


    If you are looking for a great place to take Fido and the kids, head over to Curtis Woods/Kiwanis Park on Palmer Road. There are nice play structures for the kids, and you and your pup can walk on the paved pathway around the park and get some exercise. The large open field is a woofderful area to play fetch with your pooch or just relax on a bench and enjoy the sunshine. Fido can roll around in the grass while you admire the birds, or listen to the trains passing near the park. You will want to bring your own water bottles and doggie waste bags to clean up after your pooch. 

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    Population Density 657/sq mi

    #4 Hawthorne


    The Wayne County/ Hines Park Dog Park is an amazing destination for pups of all ages. Although your pooch needs to be registered with the county to play in the park, the paperwork is worth every minute. You can hang out with Fido while he runs and plays with the other dogs, or you can sit on a bench or at one of the picnic tables and chat with other pup parents. There are play structures for Fido to climb and run around, and water is available in the park. You will also need to make sure you bring doggie waste bags and clean up after Fido. 

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    Population Density 572/sq mi

    #5 Hix Park


    With over 4.5 acres of land, Hix Park is a great place to walk the nature trails with your furry companion. Although not all the trails are well marked, your pup will be sure to have fun sniffing the flora and fauna here. You can see a variety of wildlife, so make sure to keep your pup on a leash. After a walk around the park, sit at one of the picnic tables and enjoy lunch while Fido laps up some cool fresh water. This is a popular destination, so you will probably see other pups and their parents out for a walk.

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