The East China Township Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in East China, Michigan. This dog park is located in the town's eighty-acre East China Park and is an area which has been reserved for four-legged fur babies to have some time off-leash. Families visiting this fun park in East China have a choice of great activities to get involved in which include pickleball, woodland and cycle trails plus canoeing on the Belle River.
Even winter sports fanatics don't need to miss out as the park has an all year round sledding hill which is snowed on by an artificial snow machine. The dogs in East China are not too worried about all of that and probably don't even know it exists, they just adore going to the dog park.
This dog park in East China consists of two vast grass fields which have been fenced with chain link. There's a conveniently situated fire hydrant just inside the off-leash runs, right by the gated staging areas, so pups can scent mark and let all their fur buddies know they are there.
All pet owners need to practice getting their dog to respond to voice commands before using this dog park in East China because there is a lot of space for them to run around in. It is important to know that too much distance between dog and owner is not a good thing.
The East China Dog Park doesn't have a whole scroll of written rules to abide by. The park's authorities just want all the dogs who go to the dog park to be healthy, vaccinated, and to have a sociable nature. They've been kind to pet parents too by providing them with picnic tables, benches, and waste stations.
A pet parent with good dog park manners would never consider ignoring one of their pup's poops. The parks department only ask that pet parents follow that dog park etiquette rule of scooping poop to help keep the off-leash areas clean for all visitors to the park.