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Dog Areas in Walkerton

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1 Trail

A small town located just 21 miles southwest of South Bend, the community of Walkerton offers access to a range of outdoor recreational opportunities. There are five parks and a walking trail in the city where you and your pooch can enjoy some fresh air and exercise together. If need a veterinarian, you'll find three clinics about 14 miles southeast of here, in Plymouth.

Take your pup to Scarborough Park to stretch your legs in some green space. This 40-acre facility includes athletic fields, an observation area, and walking trails. Dogs can join you here if they're on a leash and you clean up any messes.

Head about nine miles northeast to Potato Creek State Park for an outdoor adventure with your canine pal. The 3,840-acre facility includes a large lake with boat access, campsites, picnic areas, and several hiking trails. Dogs are welcome to accompany you as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than six feet.

Plan a weekend getaway with your furry friend at Hidden Lake Paradise Campground. This facility includes a fishing pond with boat access and has both primitive and electric sites available. Non-aggressive dogs are welcome as long as they're kept on a leash.

Walkerton is a pawesome area with access to a number of outdoor recreational facilities that allow dogs.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Walkerton

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    Population Density 3,832/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Walkerton

    Downtown Walkerton includes a main street with commercial and administrative buildings. The surrounding residential areas have quiet streets with sidewalks where you and Spot can take a stroll together. If you're looking for a place to play some fetch with your furry pal, head to Place Park, located behind Urey Middle School. This 6.5-acre facility has a playground area, a grill and picnic section, and open space. Get some exercise with your special pal and enjoy an outdoor meal together here. Make sure you keep Fido on a leash and under control. Bring waste bags with you to clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 542/sq mi

    #2 Walkerton Trail

    The Walkerton Trail neighborhood includes the area high school, residential streets, and a furrific park. You and your fur baby can take a quick walk around the block here. For a longer outing, hop on the Walkerton Trail for a hike or jog. This paved pathway loops past the elementary and high schools and by a few area parks. Stretch your legs with your four-footed pal as you stroll by fields and through a stand of trees. Dogs on a leash are allowed to accompany you here as long as you pick up after them. Remember to bring water with you.
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    Population Density 1,269/sq mi

    #3 Washington Park

    Washington Park, located in the northwest corner of town, is a residential neighborhood that includes single-family homes and the local fire department. There's a lovely loop here that offers a great spot to go for a walk with your pup. If you want to play some frisbee with your canine companion in an open area, head to Washington Park. This small community lot includes a playground and some lawn space. You're allowed to bring dogs here as long as they're kept on a leash and under your control. Bring waste bags with you to pick up any droppings when you visit this property.
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    Population Density 315/sq mi

    #4 Fish Lake

    About ten miles north of downtown, you'll find the community of Fish Lake. This area includes a few small businesses and single-family homes located around Upper and Lower Fish Lake. Here, you can take a walk around the block to get some exercise with your four-footed friend. To go exploring with your pooch, head to Fish Lake Wetland Conservation Area. Wander through the woods and fields of this property with your furry pal and try to catch sight of area wildlife. You can bring dogs here if you keep them on a leash and clean up their waste. Bring water with you for your outing.
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    Population Density 94/sq mi

    #5 Koontz Lake

    Just four miles south of Walkerton, the neighborhood of Koontz Lake includes single-family homes, some small businesses, and an undeveloped area. You and fido will be able to take a walk along quiet roads here to get some exercise. There's a pawtastic natural area located at the northern end of the lake. You can access Koontz Lake Nature Preserve from a parking lot off County Road 1150 E. Be prepared to blaze your own trail in this 58 acre site. Remember to keep your dog on a leash and to clean up after him. Hunting is permitted here, so plan your visit accordingly.
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