Orion Oaks Bark Park

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2301 Clarkston Road
Lake Orion, Michigan - MI US
Size: 7 acres
Hours: half-hour before dawn to half-hour after dusk, or as posted
Fee: Park pass required; a daily pass is available at the Lake Orion Township office (open Mon.-Fri.) on Joslyn Road south of the park; or at Independence Oaks County Park (open daily) on Sashabaw Road, 2.5 miles north of I-75. Resident fee $7 per day, $30 for an annual pass. Non-resident fee $12 per vehicle for daily entry, $46 for an annual pass; $4 per vehicle for daily entry, $28 for an annual pass (over age 62).
Organizing Body: Oakland County Parks

Dog Park Description

Fenced, 7 acres, trees, benches, tables, disposal bags, trash cans, parking, portable toilet, water. A portion of Lake Sixteen is reserved for canine swimmers. Access for the disabled.

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  1. Judy on said:

    This is a wonderful off-leash park for dogs and their owners providing a variety of environmental areas; open fields, wooded areas, and even a dog dock for additional sport. Amenities include waste bags,water spigots, toilets, and small dog areas. There are areas sectioned by fencing to allow areas to be closed and rotated, and there is a small-dog area for the tiny tots.

    It’s a great opportunity to provide exercise, socialization and activity for their canine companions as well as a variety of environmental experiences.

    The only complaints I have are; 1)the swampy areas that border the walk to the dog dock harboring fetid pools and mosquitoes 2)the short length/steep angle of the dock ramps for dogs to climb out (or walk in.) They are suitably wide & have rubber traction but they just don’t extend far enough into the water to allow a proper angle instead of the steep incline.

    Really worth the drive and a popular park with plenty of full-out running room.

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  3. Ruth james on said:

    I have found that there is a very big lack of communication a mong the staff. When I was at the park this morning, large A, small A, and large B were closed. The only thing at the staff could tell us was that they were spraying, they did not know how long they would be closed or what was being sprayed, which up set a lot of people, they wanted to know if their dogs are being exposed to something harmful. A heads up to the staff would have made the morning much less stressful for both dog owners and staff. If you had posted a flyer a day or tow before the dog owners could have decided thier selves were to attend the park or not.

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