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Orion Oaks

Orion Oaks County Park preserves more than 916 acres of environmentally-sensitive green space. 

  • Daily pass or annual vehicle permit required (please purchase prior to arrival, as permits are not always available at the park
    Parking lots located on Clarkston, Baldwin and Joslyn roads. Dog Park entrance on Joslyn Road
  • Fishing on 90-acre Lake Sixteen; wheelchair-accessible fishing pier at Joslyn Road entrance. Swimming is prohibited. Small boat launch for non-motorized boats
  • Ten miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking
  • Award-winning wheelchair-accessible fishing dock and 120-foot boardwalk linking two trail systems
  • Get the four-legged members of the family out and running at the Orion Oaks Dog Park
  • Archery deer hunting in a limited area from Oct. 1 - Jan. 1. Michigan DNR rules apply.
  • Free wood chips pick-up days scheduled on Saturdays throughout the year at Clarkston Road lot. Bring shovels, wheelbarrows, buckets, etc. 2014 dates: April 26; May 17; June 14; Sept. 13 and Oct. 11. 
  • Discover the exciting sport of Geocaching

Dog Park

2301 W Clarkston Road
Lake Orion, MI  48360
(Between Baldwin & Joslyn roads)

The Orion Oaks Dog Park entrance is
on Joslyn Road between Clarkston and
Scripps roads.

248-858-0906 or 248-625-0877

Hours of Operation:

Approximately 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset.
Dog Park: 8 a.m. to 30 minutes after sunset, or as posted at the park.

Day Use Park
Fees & Permits

Daily or annual vehicle permit required (prior to arrival, from late October through mid-May (permits are not always available at the park). View park fees and purchase permits online.