Lyon Oaks Dog Park
Features a 13-acre fenced enclosure with small dog area, benches, shelter and picnic tables, water fountain and field training area.
Orion Oaks Dog Park
Offers a 24-acre fenced enclosure with small dog area, including two trails, picnic shelter, drinking water, field area, new parking lot; and access to Lake Sixteen for swimming (sorry, dogs only!) Modern restrooms are available.
Orion Oaks Dog Park includes three separate sections (A, B, C), which are rotated on a monthly basis. B-section will be open during the month of June, and so on. The park manager may change the open area at any time, due to turf conditions. Call 248-625-0877 for current information. The Orion Oaks Dog Park entrance is on Joslyn Road, between Clarkston and Scripps Roads.
RED OAKS DOG PARK
This 5.2-acre site accessible from Dequindre Road offers up to four fenced enclosures including one for smaller dogs. Pet-lover amenities also include a pets-only drinking water source, picnic shelter, pet waste stations and a paved parking lot.
Dog park areas are rotated seasonally to maintain optimal turf conditions.
- Picnic tables and benches
- Pet waste bags
- Restroom facilities at Orion Oaks Dog Park
- Doggie drinking water at Orion Oaks Dog Park
Information on dogs and snake bites
Other Oakland County Parks Welcome Dogs Too!
Canines are welcome on-leash at Addison Oaks, Catalpa Oaks, Groveland Oaks, Highland Oaks, Independence Oaks, Lyon Oaks, Orion Oaks, Rose Oaks and Waterford Oaks.
Dogs visiting Oakland County Parks are required to be on a six-foot-long leash unless inside a Dog Park enclosure. Keeping your pet on leash and on designated park trails in natural areas helps prevent erosion and destruction of trailside vegetation. Wildlife may not survive an encounter with an unleashed dog; a dog may innocently destroy the homes of ground-nesting animals and may maim or kill wildlife.