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Offering 3-hour to multi-day adventures, this company specializes in scenic boat tours through the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge and State game ... Read More
Offering more than 40 ski boats, pontoon boats, sail boats, kayaks and paddle boats with delivery to all the areas surrounding lakes, this rental comp... Read More
Private pontoon boat tours to the Pictured Rocks and Grand Island. Dogs are allowed on board.
Take your pet on a 20-minute ferry ride and spend the day exploring the quaint Victorian village and hiking trails on Mackinaw Island, where motorized... Read More
This unique campus, founded in 1855, includes many of the same things seen on other campuses, and also has a bug house, a planetarium, the oldest, con... Read More
One-third of this campus, more than 70 acres, is maintained as one of the largest natural areas in metropolitan Detroit. Also located on the property... Read More
Theater reports that after a dog bit someone they now restrict pets to inside the car only.
Theater accepts cash only.
Theater is open year-round and provides car heaters in the winter.
High speed ferry service between Milwaukee and Muskegon. ""Pets may travel aboard the Lake Express, either in a designated kennel on the vehicle deck ... Read More
Preserving the mining history of this area, this museum and mine offers several tour options. Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome on the grounds, ... Read More
Extensive, but dispersed, collections of native and exotic trees and shrubs have been masterfully crafted into a naturalistic landscape. Well behaved... Read More
Visit this 1770's era fort and village, consisting of 13 buildings, which has been reconstructed in its exact original location. Docents in period cl... Read More
Parking, water, toilets and picnic tables are available at the park, which is generally open from early May through late October.
Immerse yourself in nature at this 625 acre park that features an 18th-century water-powered sawmill, reconstructed historical buildings, interactive ... Read More
Bald Mountain Recreation Area has some of the steepest hills and most rugged terrain in southeastern Michigan.
This forest is an agricultural experiment station for Michigan State University and is administered by the Forestry Department. The station is known ... Read More
Bass River Recreation Area, a 1,665-acre site in central Ottawa County, consists of open meadows, open brush land, mature hardwoods, small ponds and 3... Read More
This 985-acre island park is situated on the Detroit River between the United States and Canada.
Historic fort and lighthouse complex with gift shop and snacks.
Pets are welcome on the grounds but not allowed in buildings.
This nature preserve offers nearly three miles of hiking trails through 186 acres of quiet woodland. Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome to enjoy ... Read More
This historic state park hosts the national memorial that honors the Jesuit priest who established Michigan's first permanent settlement. Current attr... Read More
This beautifully wooded 30-acre park provides a unique experience of combining art, nature and history. More than 40 works of art line the 1.6 miles ... Read More
Take a 1.75 hour tour of Mackinac Island aboard a horse-drawn carriage or take a horse-drawn taxi. Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome aboard, as ... Read More
Visit the site of one of the largest battles of the War of 1812. Fought on Jan. 22nd, 1813, only 33 of the 934 Americans who fought here escaped deat... Read More
Tour this authentic copper mine dating back to 1847-87. Eight million pounds of copper were removed from this site, and you'll travel 110 feet below ... Read More
Enjoy this living history village where period clothed docents allow you to experience what life was like in a small village in Michigan in the late 1... Read More
Island Lake Recreation Area is a 4,000-acre park in Livingston County that offers an "up north" experience without leaving southeast Michigan.
Nestled on 90 landscaped acres in restored historic barns are nearly 200 extraordinary vehicles spanning more than 100 years of automotive heritage. ... Read More
You may take your dog on rental canoe or kayak. Bring your own life jacket.
The island is only accessible by boat or ferry. Dogs are permitted on the ferry at no extra charge.
Pets are welcome at this home of a pioneering horticulturist.
This pedestrian retail area features 160 eclectic shops, unique restaurants, brewpubs and coffee shops. Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome in the... Read More
Rent a fishing, pontoon, ski boat and spend the day on the water. You can also get a guide for your fishing or cruising trip. Well behaved, leashed ... Read More
Stop at the Visitor's Center first. Pick up maps for exploring this charming town with your pet.
This is doggy heaven! On this 48-acre facility, dogs can play in one of the two ponds, walk the nature trails, romp in one of the fenced dog parks, d... Read More
Stroll Detroit's oldest neighborhood, Corktown. It's filled with restaurants, thrifts stores, and beautiful architecture.
Spacious, covered, secure kennels are available on-site for a $5 refundable deposit. Guests should bring pet food and comfort items.
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