Other Dog Activities in Ann Arbor, MI

There are 5 other dog friendly attractions within 20 miles of Ann Arbor. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Ann Arbor.

Pet Friendly Michigan War Dog Memorial
Michigan War Dog Memorial Originally built in 1946 to commemorate the canine heroes responsible for saving 15,000 lives in World War II, the Michigan War Dog Memorial depicts a bronze German Shepherd atop an archway-shaped granite block. The headstones in front of the monument mark the final resting places of more than 20 Military Working Dogs. Leashed dogs are permitted on the grounds. See Details
Pet Friendly Drafting Table Brewing Co.
Drafting Table Brewing Co. Drafting Table Brewing Co. is pet-friendly. There are numerous taps available that offer a variety of different beers. They welcome dogs to join their owners inside, as long as they are on a leash. The microbrewery is a great hangout area for dogs and their owners. You might even spot the owner's dog, Barley, hanging out at the brewery. Drafting Table Brewing is open Monday through Wednesday from 3pm to 10pm, Thursday from 3pm to 11pm, Friday to Saturday from 12pm to 12am, and Sunday from 1pm to 9pm. See Details
TA Ann Arbor This gas station has a Country Pride, Popeyes, Burger King, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut Express, Country Store and a Travel Store. This location also has a dedicated area for pets that need some exercise or a rest break. Waste bags and trash receptacles are also available for easy cleanup. TA and Petro Travel Stores also carry a variety of pet care product. See Details
Original Gravity Brewing Co. Original Gravity Brewing Company is a dog-friendly brewery located in Milan, MI. OG is a small town, family-friendly microbrewery that prides itself on fantastic beer. Dogs are allowed outside. See Details
Go to Hell, MI Go to Hell, MI, is a dog-friendly tourist destination near Pinckney, MI. The area is surrounded by 400 acres of campgrounds, biking and hiking trails, lakes and channels, recreational areas for picnics, and is close to the Potawatomi trail and Pinckney Recreation Area. You can even go canoeing or kayaking in the nearby chain of lakes. In Hell, there is a diner with outdoor seating, a souvenir shop, saloon, putt-putt, photo ops, and a chapel. Become an official property owner by purchasing one square inch of Hell, and you can even name you or your dog mayor for a day! See Details