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Dog Areas in Waukee

4 Parks
1 Trail
4 Shops
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

The city of Waukee is a friendly place that is located in Dallas County, Iowa. It is thought to be named after Milwaukee in Wisconsin, and this pawsome puptown has lots of outdoor oppawtunities that you can enjoy with your furry friend. To keep your canine in good health, there are five veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Waukee that you can visit.

One of the best places to take your pup is Windfield Park! This is a pawsome place where you can let your canine roam on the open grass field and enjoy a game of fetch. There are also some puptastic amenities at Windfield Park that you can enjoy during the day. This includes a full basketball court, baseball fields, a playground for the kids, picnic tables, benches and a shelter that has restrooms.

The Raccoon River Valley Trail is also furrific for enjoying some exercise with your furry friend and burning some excitable energy! This sniff-tastic trail stretches for over 89 miles and winds through woodland areas, prairies and near peaceful farm lands.

So, what are you waiting for? Come and have a ball with your beloved companion in the puptown of Waukee!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Waukee

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,675/sq mi

    #1 Waukee


    For a run around with your furry friend, head on over to Warrior Park when you are in Waukee! This is a pupastic place to let your canine roll and roam since there is plenty of green grass. There is a furrific walking path here that lets you stretch your and your pup’s legs, as well as some trees that will provide shade when it is hot outside. You can use some pawsome facilities when you are at Warrior Park, which includes baseball fields, a playground for the kids and benches where you can chill out with your beloved companion.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,125/sq mi

    #2 Parkview


    Every pooch loves a trip to the park when it is sunny, which means you have got to visit Centennial Park when you are in the puptown of Waukee! This is a pawsome green spot in town where you can let your furry friend run and roam on the grass. There is plenty of space to play fetch and there is also a sniff-tastic walking path where your canine can enjoy a leisurely stroll. There is also some puptastic facilities at the 33 acre Centennial Park, including baseball fields, a basketball court, grills, an enclosed shelter, volleyball court, benches and a disc golf course.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,755/sq mi

    #3 North of Hickman


    If you love trying out new dog friendly eateries, then you have got to visit Waukee! Here you will find the pawsome Fresh Mediterranean Express, which serves up some delicious Mediterranean inspired food that you can enjoy. You can get your paws into some tasty wraps, pitas and salads for lunch, as well as try one of the puptastic platters on offer. Of course, the best thing about Fresh Mediterranean Express is that it is dog friendly! There are lots of outdoor tables where you can sit and enjoy your meal with your furry friend, which have umbrellas for some shade when it is hot and sunny.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,337/sq mi

    #4 South of Hickman


    When you are out and about exploring everything that Waukee has to offer, you are bound to get hungry! So, when your stomach starts to growl, check out the delicious menu at the Dairy Queen. Here you can tuck into some pawsome burgers, sandwiches, chicken and hot dogs, as well as grab a sundae for dessert. Of course, if your furry friend has been a good boy or girl, then don’t forget to order a special pup cup! You can sit at one of the outdoor tables here and enjoy your food with your favorite canine by your side – bone-a-petit!

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 751/sq mi

    #5 Hawthorn/ Traden/ Bell


    When you are in Waukee, don’t forget to Ridge Pointe Pavilion for some fun in the sun! There is a pawsome place where you can hang out with your pooch and let your pup run and roam around on the open grass. There is plenty of open space to play fetch and there are also sniff-tastic trails throughout the park's 21 acres that you can explore, and they wind all the way around the park. Ridge Pointe Pavilion has some puptastic amenities you can enjoy too. This includes a playground for the kids, charcoal grills, picnic tables, restrooms, volleyball and a pavilion.

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