Dog Parks

Have a dog-gone good time at three locations. Dog park areas are rotated seasonally to maintain optimal turf conditions. All dog parks include picnic tables, benches and pet waste bags. The hours are typically one half-hour before sunrise until half-hour after sunset, or as posted.​ An Annual Vehicle Permit or daily pass is required.

Dog Licenses Required for Dog Park Entry​

State Law requires all dogs older than the age of four months to have a municipal dog license and to wear it at all times. Licenses can be purchased from your local city, village, or township, usually at the city/village/township hall or animal control office. Licenses can also be purchased through Oakland County's Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center. Dogs must also have up-to-date vaccinations (Rabies, Distemper, Bordetella) and respond to voice commands. 

Lyon Oaks Dog Park

Features a 13-acre fenced enclosure with sm​all dog area, benches, shelter and picnic tables, water fountain and field training area. ​Named 2017 Best of Wixom Awards in the Dog Park category. 

52221 Pontiac Trail 
Wixom, MI 48393

Orion Oaks Dog Park

​​​​2301 W Clarkston Road 
Lake Orion, MI 48360

Offers a 24-acre fenced enclosure with small dog area, including two trails, picnic shelter, drinking water, field area, modern restrooms; and access to Lake Sixteen for swimming (dogs only). Orion Oaks Dog Park Rental Information

​​Red Oaks Dog Park​ 

31353 Dequindre 
Madison Heights, MI 48071

This 5.2-acre site offers up to four fenced enclosures including one for smaller dogs.

Dog Park Ambassadors serve as onsite resources for park patrons and dog park users, reporting any issues, problems or maintenance concerns to park staff. Contact​ for details. ​

Dog ​Park Rules and Brochure