Hines Park Dog Park

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  • Address: Edward N Hines Dr & Hawthorn Park Dr, Westland, MI 48185, USA, United States
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-7342611990
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

To treat your dogs with a nice walk and play, bring them to Hines Park Dog Park. Before entering into this park, you have to register in to the county office in advance. Don’t forget to bring license of your dog at the time of registration. Hines Park Dog Park is well maintained and it will give your dogs homely feeling. There are staffs to take care of the services provided for the dogs. The county offices remain closed in weekends.

How to Reach Hines Park Dog Park

  • Rented car / taxi

  • Hines Park Dog Park Address: Edward N Hines Dr & Hawthorn Park Dr, Westland, MI 48185, USA, United States
  • Hines Park Dog Park Contact Number: +1-7342611990
  • Hines Park Dog Park Timing: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm
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Hines Park Dog Park Reviews & Ratings

  • Nice place to get dog to unwind. Most dog owners are very friendly. Once inside and off leash our dog loves to run with the other dogs until he is pooped right out. He gets so excited when we say we are going there. Only 20.00 for the whole year.

  • I wasn't at the dog park. Adjacent to the dog park is a brand new BMX pump track. Great group of people from New York and Pennsylvania just built it. Check it out if you're interested. You can ride it with a mountain bike but it's set up for a shorter wheel base. Lock out your shocks if you're going to ride with your mountain bike.

  • One of the best places I have seen in my life. I am talk about the whole park. To enjoy it better bring a bicycle.

  • Hines Park is a decently large park with many open spaces to put a dog park yet the Wayne County dog park is absolutely tiny. Not only is it small, but it's placed directly next to the river so that every time a decent rain comes, it is completely under water. After a few days and the flood goes down, the dog park is a mud pit. The city seems to think that closing the dog park for 6 weeks in the spring for "reseeding" is actually going to make the grass grow back. It doesn't. When large dogs are in such a confined space, grass gets torn up. It's always muddy here. The county does not take care of the dog park like they should. Patrons of the park do more for the dog park than the county does. The only great thing about this park is that there is a never ending supply of water for the dogs. Also, there are no bathrooms for the owners. I would rather drive out to an Oakland County park because they are much larger with plenty of room for dogs to actually run.

  • A nice place for our little furbes to chill and play ...awesome atmosphere!!! Hines Park

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