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And as pets a professional 15 applicants can fairly average Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the southernmost section of shoreline at Mears State Park. Port Port State Park, 1775 Port Road, Port 48467 Port State Park is located along three of shoreline on Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay near Port A section of pet-friendly shoreline is available near the mouth of the Pinnebog River. This area is accessible via the steel bridge that connects to the hiking trails closest to the campground. Dogs must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet and under owner's immediate control at all times. Roscommon: South Higgins Lake State Park, 106 State Park Drive, Roscommon, 48653 South Higgins Lake State Park contains almost one mile of shoreline along Higgins Lake, which is a large -fed body of water known for its clarity and fishing potential. There are two pet-friendly areas of shoreline at South Higgins Lake State Park. The first is for campers-only and is near the west campground. The second area is the day use area. Dogs must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet and under owner's immediate control at all times. Saline: Mill Pond Dog Park, 565 W. St., Saline, 48176 Located at Mill Pond Park, the dog park is a leash free 1-acre fenced area located south of the play structure. Access to the pond is available for dogs that like to swim. The dog park is fenced on three sides, with the waters of the Saline River forming the other side. Sawyer: Dunes State Park, 12032 Red Highway, Sawyer, 49125 Dunes State Park has three of shoreline on Lake Michigan and is open year-round. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed north of the northernmost swim buoy at the beach, providing 2 of Lake Michigan shoreline. The dog-friendly beach, accessible from the northernmost of the park's three parking lots, is well marked and open year 'round. Dogs are not allowed on swimming beach or near dunes. South Haven Township: Deerlick Creek Park Beach, 76750th Avenue, South Haven, 49090 Located at the end of 13th Ave. South Haven, Deerlick Creek Park has Lake Michigan beach access. Dogs are allowed on the beach. Stevensville: Grand Mere State Park, Thornton Dr., Stevensville, 49127 Grand Mere State Park features magnificent sand dunes, deep blowouts and one mile of Lake Michigan shoreline. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the entire length of the Lake Michigan shoreline. Traverse City: Old Mission Peninsula: Mission Lighthouse Park, 20500 Center Road, Traverse City, 49686 Mission Lighthouse is located at the end of Old Mission Peninsula Traverse City. The 120-acre Lighthouse Park preserves the very tip of the peninsula and is home to Mission Lighthouse. Dogs are allowed off-leash on the beach and trails, if under control. West Park Dog Beach, 9791 Lakeshore Drive N, West 49460 OFF-LEASH DOG BEACH. Stretching along Lake Michigan's shoreline for over 1 mile, this park boasts 68 acres of beach, high bluffs and wooded dunes. There is off-leash beach at the southernmost area of the park. The area is accessible from the south beach stairs. If dogs are not at the dog beach, they are required to be on a leash no longer than 10 feet and under control at all times. This includes walking to and from the beach. Bloomington: Bloomington Off-Leash Area, 111th Street between Nesbitt and Hampshire Avenues, Bloomington, MN This 25-acre off-leash recreation area features a very large grassy area, hills, trees and a pond for dogs that like to swim. Burnsville: Alimagnet Dog Park, 1200 Alimagnet Pkwy., Burnsville, MN 55337 Dogs are allowed to swim the pond, a natural wetland that grows duckweed the Gravel is purchased and spread on the beach by volunteers to control erosion and minimize muddy paws. Chanhassen: Lake Minnewashta Regional Park Off-Leash Area Lake Minnewashta Regional Park is a 340 acre park situated on the shores of Lake Minnewashta. Facilities include off-leash dog area. The off-leash area has about .8 mile walking trails, a separate small dog area for dogs under 25 pounds, a fenced pond, two large open spaces for interactive play with other dogs and a water fountain for humans and pets. Duluth: Park AKA Minnesota 45th Street Minnesota Avenue, Duluth, MN Park is located at the end of Minnesota Avenue on Lake Dogs on a leash are allowed on the beach. Maplewood: Battle Creek Dog Park, Battle Creek Regional Park, Lower Rd E Maplewood, MN 55119 The dog park has of wooded trails, two small ponds and one larger swimming pond that is fenced off. Minneapolis: Minnehaha Off-Leash Dog Park, 5399 South Minnehaha Park Dr., Minneapolis, MN 55417 The 6 acre dog park is located on the south end of Minnehaha Park, 54th St. and Hiawatha Ave. It features woodland, river shore, open fields, and marked paths. A trail through the woods leads to a beach along the Mississippi River where dogs can swim. The Recreation Area itself is off leash, but not the paths leading there. A permit is required to use the Off-Leash Recreation Area. St. Meeker Island Dog Park, 471 Mississippi River Blvd N, St. MN 55104 Meeker Island Dog Park is located along the Mississippi River at the bottom of the bluff and can be accessed from the entrance along the Mississippi River Blvd trail. It features a dog