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Dog Areas in Wyandotte

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The beautiful riverside city of Wyandotte is full of great things to do with your furry best friend! This Michigan city has one off-leash dog park, and it’s a short drive away from many other furrific parks. Wyandotte also has plenty of dog-friendly restaurants, and it has one top-notch veterinary clinic.

Looking for a good place to take your dog for an on-leash walk? Head to William G. Milliken State Park and Harbor! This riverside park is about 15 miles from Wyandotte, and it’s home to a portion of the Detroit RiverWalk. This paved pathway goes along the Detroit River, and it offers amazing views of the water. The park also has other scenic trails that go up hills and through groves of trees. Your dog will have a great time at this park!

Young Patriots’ Park is another good place to take your dog for an on-leash walk. Located five miles from Wyandotte, this park is home to the peaceful Reflection Pond Path, a lovely place to take your dog for a stroll. This path loops around Reflection Pond, and it provides stunning views of the pond and the field around it. You and your dog will always have a fun time at this park and the many other dog-friendly parks in and around Wyandotte!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wyandotte

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    Population Density 6,212/sq mi

    #1 Cherry Street

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    This neighborhood is home to Wyandotte’s one off-leash area, Wyandotte Dog Park. This pawesome park has separate fenced-in areas for large and small dogs. Both areas have plenty of space for your dog to play, and they have doggy water fountains. If your dog gets messy while they’re playing, a doggy wash station is available. To use the dog park, you have to be a resident of Wyandotte, and you’ll have to fill out a registration form and pay a small fee. Once you do that, you can use the dog park anytime you’d like. Your pup will love playing here!

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    Population Density 1,251/sq mi

    #2 Elizabeth Park Drive

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    Want to go for a beautiful riverside walk with your dog? Check out Elizabeth Park! Located 6.5 miles from Wyandotte, this park has hiking trails that will take you through peaceful wooded areas and along the scenic Detroit River. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a great time exploring this park. If all that walking makes you hungry, head to TV’s Deli & Diner. This classic diner welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they have a huge menu that includes everything from omelets to gourmet burgers to classic Italian pasta dishes. Bring your dog their own treat, and have a fun time sharing a meal with your furry best friend! 

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    Population Density 7,244/sq mi

    #3 River Drive

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    If you’re looking for a good place to take your dog for an on-leash walk, head to Council Point Park. This park is only 2.5 miles from Wyandotte, and it has a 1.9-mile looped fitness trail where you can go for walks with your dog. This trail takes you through open fields and past picturesque Ecorse Creek. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and have fun hiking this trail with your pup. If you want to go for a bite to eat after the park, head over to A&W Root Beer Drive-In. Sit at one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy tasty root beer floats, burgers, hot dogs, chili cheese fries, and more.

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    Population Density 2,837/sq mi

    #4 Downtown

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    Downtown Detroit is home to a popular off-leash area, Grand Circus Dog Park. This dog run is 13 miles from Wyandotte, and it has one fenced-in area where dogs can play and make friends with other local dogs. While your dog plays, you can sit and watch on one of the park’s numerous benches. Bring water for your dog with you, and have fun playing here! After the dog park, treat your pup to a snack at ASHE Supply Co. This café welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they’ll give your pup a treat. While your dog enjoys their treat, you can sip on delicious espresso drinks and dine on tasty pastries and sandwiches.

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    Population Density 2,716/sq mi

    #5 Corktown

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    If you’re looking for another furrific off-leash area for your dog, check out Detroit Dog Park. This dog park is 11 miles from Wyandotte, and it has a big, fenced-in area where dogs can run and play as much as they like. The park is full of trees that keep the area shady and cool on hot days, and there are plenty of seats for owners. There’s no water available on-site, so be sure to bring some with you. After the park, continue your fun day out with lunch at Brooklyn Street Local. Grab one of their six dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy delicious sandwiches, poutine dishes, burgers, and omelets.

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