Karner Farm Dog Park5911 Halsted Rd, West Bloomfield, MI, US, 48322
Or call (248) 451-1900 for more information.
West Bloomfield pets love this 3 acre fenced off-leash play area, a great place for their daily exercise. Registration for the Off Leash Dog Area (OLDA) opens in January and closes in February. The fee is $30 for the year (January through December) and is not prorated. Only West Bloomfield Township residents may register. Registration is in person only (you do not need to bring your dog) at the Recreation Activities Center, 4640 Walnut Lake Road, in the WB Civic Center Complex. OLDA registration will be taken between 8 am and 4 pm, Monday through Friday (regular business days).
To register, you MUST bring the following:
Proof you are a West Bloomfield Township resident. (Driver’s License)
Proof of your 2014 Oakland County Dog License.
Proof of up-to-date, current vaccination, must include Bordatella, at the time of registration.
Registration will not be permitted if the county dog license, vaccination papers and driver’s license do not match exactly.
Jan. 1, 2020
Great Community Dog Park
The park has three separate fenced in areas making it a safe and fun location for responsible dog owners. Please be sure to apply for entry at WB Parks and Rec. Updated veterinary records and a yearly fee are required.
Nov. 25, 2019
Park for West Bloomfield people
If you are born and raised in West Bloomfield then this dog park is a very good facility for you and your dog. But when you moved in this area you should avoid this dog park. People will show you that this is their place.
More than a year ago
Great Park it's the people who stink.
My dog and i have visited dog parks in at least 15 states. This is our least favorite. The physical layout of the park is great...it's the people who frequent this park that make it less desirable. There's always some kind of dispute here. We've heard it all...your dog is running too fast??...your dog might jump on me?? Your dog looks likes to play.
Funny enough...my dog always gets along. The people who come to this park on a regular basis don
t seem to understand that its a park for dogs...not for people. This place is extremely cliquish to the point that its not fun for me or my dog anymore.