Review 1 out of 2
Frank - Oshawa, ON
Whenever we visit our daughter and her family in Oxford, we take our basset hound over every chance we get.
She loves to run trying to chase the other dogs and to meet and greet strangers and former friends. There are plenty of fenced off wooded areas for her to get lost in trying to sniff for squirrels.
Having several areas to use allow sites to regenerate themselves and not to be overused.
I would recommend anybody who wants their dog to be a soical animal and to have some fun, bring them to this dog park.
Review 2 out of 2
Stephanie - Lake Orion, MI
We visit the ORION OAKS DOG PARK, a couple times a week. Although we have a large fenced yard, I feel it's good to socialize our dog(s). There are different sections (ie.) a small dog section, a wooded section acouple hilly parts, they rotate sections open for park mantainence, a wonderful lake for swimming(ramps, that come out of the lake onto the dock,w/astro(type)turf. They have made this park very dog & people friendly. Pet supplies+ has stations stocked w/waste bags,
(bring your own always low).
There are water pumps to fill the jugs & bowls w/ fresh h2o. Very nice facilites for humans too.
THE PARK WAS 9 ACRES, NOW I THINK THE PARK IS 30+ACRES, MAYBE MORE...
an annual pass is $30.00,
if you live in Oakland Co.
Don't try sneeking in w/o a pass on the car, TICKETS are $90.00, for cars w/o stickers, no warnings given.
A GREAT PLACE TO MEET DOGS AND OTHER DOG PEOPLE...PICNIC TABLES...AND LOTS OF TOYS(BALLS/DISC'S) WE ALWAYS TAKE EXTRAS...lots of dogs will nab a ball if they get it 1st.
Dogs must be licensed & 4/5 months old. Leashed outside of park barriers, and leash free inside...
GREAT PLACE TO PLAY...ALWAYS A GOOD CROWD AND AMPLE PARKING