57 Reasons To Live in West Michigan

Reason #13: Dog Parks

Dog Parks

57 Reasons to Live in West Michigan Reason #13: Dog Parks

Back in the day, we were called the "city of churches." Since then, we have really gone to the dogs. Almost everyone's got one. To give city dogs some room to move, West Michigan offers plenty of cool, fenced-in dog parks, where you and your best friend can exercise (and socialize) with your peers. Just a few: Shaggy Pines in the metro area, Lowell Dog Park about 15 minutes to the east, Ottawa County Dog Park in Holland and Tails and Trails in the beach community of Saugatuck.

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