Off-Leash Dog Parks in Novi, MI

There are 11 off-leash dog parks within 20 miles of Novi. 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 Novi.

Pet Friendly Swift Run Dog Park
Swift Run Dog Park The Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission welcomes dog owners and their pets to visit Swift Run Dog Park. The park is an outdoor space established for registered dog owners to allow their dogs to legally run free off-leash. There is 10 acres of grassy fields with separate fenced runs for large and small dogs. See Details
Pet Friendly Lyon Oaks Dog Park
Lyon Oaks Dog Park Lyon Oaks in Wixom, preserves 800 acres of environmentally-sensitive wetlands within a 1,041-acre park. Park features a 13-acre fenced dog park, day-use area with picnic shelter, playground and recreation fields, and approximately 6 miles of trails for biking, cross-country skiing, and on-leash dog walking. The 13-acre, fenced dog park includes a separate small dog area, benches, picnic tables, and water fountains. It is a great place for your pet to play off-leash. The park has an entry fee of $5 per day. See Details
Karner Farm Dog Park 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. See Details
Olson Dog Park Pets will love to play off-leash in this fenced dog run at Ann Arbor's Olson Park. Passes from town hall required for access. See Details
Wayne County Dog Park Hines Park is a huge facility with many picnic areas, bike baths, canoe rentals, and hiking trails. It's fun for Fido year-round! See Details
Orion Oaks Dog Park Dogs are welcome at this off-leash dog park with a doggie swim beach, dock and ramps for pooches to get out of the water. Additionally, there are are also plenty of trails to hike with Fido in the 14-acre area. Orion Oaks Dog Park is open every day of the week from 7am until 30 minutes after sunset. See Details
Community Park Dogs will go wild for the chance to play off-leash at this fenced, 4-acre park. There are plenty of shade trees at this 'popular locale. Non-Northville residents are now permitted to purchase passes for the Community Park Dog Park. See Details
Heritage Park Pets are welcome on-leash at this Canton public park, which is working on creating an off-leash dog run as well. See Details
Cady Street Dog Park Northville pets will love to play off-leash at this small, fenced neighborhood dog park. Mandatory 30-minute class required to get park pass. See Details
Canton Dog Park Canton Dog Park is a membership dog park that has six-acres of fenced-in, outdoor space for dogs to run and play off-leash, with specific rules to help insure a safe and positive experience for everyone. The park is divided into a large dog section for animals over 20 pounds, and small dog section for animals under 20 pounds. Fees are $25 plus $20 deposit for an electronic gate key fob. The park is open daily 6am-10pm. See Details
Dogtopia of Bloomfield Dogtopia of Bloomfield is pet-friendly. Dogtopia is more than just a place to leave your furry family member. It's where they'll grow and learn positive behavior. They'll be more social around dogs and people. There will be less doggie mischief when they're at home and you won't feel guilty about leaving them alone. Because they'll be loving life learning to be a well-balanced pup. So you can come home from work and relax together. Dogtopia is open Monday through Friday from 7am to 7pm. See Details