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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Holton

      Northwest Holton

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      700 per sq. mi.

      Northwest Holton

      4848

      Rafter’s Park off Nebraska Avenue is perfect for a walk with your pup and spending time with Fido. You can stroll through the park and admire the amazing burr oak tree which is known as one of the largest and oldest in the state. Your pup will love sniffing the trees and plants and rolling in the grass. The kids can also spend time in the pool or bring your fishing pole and try your luck in Elkhorn Lake. You can stroll around the lake and watch the wildlife, but be sure to keep your pups on a leash and bring your own doggie waste bags. 

      Northeast Holton

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      761 per sq. mi.

      Northeast Holton

      3636

      If you are looking for a fun park out in the country, head out to Prairie Lake on 246 Road. The lake covers over 43 acres and offers a great place to go fishing, camping, or swimming. Fido can run around and sniff the grass or watch the fish jumping in the water. Pup parents who enjoy camping will find the primitive sites spacious and convenient. You will need to keep your pooch on a leash when spending time at the campground, but your pup can socialize with their furry friends when spending time in the great outdoors. 

      West Holton

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,067 per sq. mi.

      West Holton

      2424

      The Banner Creek Reservoir can be found off 230 Road in the west section of Holton. With over 550 acres of water, you and your family can enjoy spending time with your pup and taking advantage of a variety of water activities. There is a trail around the lake that covers about 15 miles where you can let your pup stretch their legs. The three miles of ADA approved trail is perfect if you need access with a stroller or wheelchair. Fido will have a snifftastic time in the grass and wildflowers, just be sure to keep pups on a leash when walking through the area. You will also need to pack your own doggie waste bags and dispose of trash in the receptacles. 

      Central Holton

      1212
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      642 per sq. mi.

      Central Holton

      1212

      One of the best recent additions to the town of Holton is Dogwood Park in the larger Countryside Park on 1st St and Pennsylvania Avenue. The park was funded with a donation from a local woman and features a fenced in area where pups can run and play. The shelter in the park is named after the woman’s beloved pup Rocky, and there are areas for both large and small dogs. The agility equipment will challenge Fido and doggie waste bags are provided in the park. Pups will have a furtastic time socializing with friends while their parents chat with neighbors on a shaded bench. After spending time in the dog park, take your pups for a walk on their leash through Countryside Park and enjoy the exercise. 

      East Holton

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      767 per sq. mi.

      East Holton

      00

      About 10 miles outside the center of town in the Eastern portion of Holton, the Nebo State Fishing Lake and Wildlife Area is another option when spending the day with your pup. The area covers about 25 acres of land and 40 acres of water. You and your pup can stroll around the lake and watch the wildlife, just be sure to keep Fido on his leash. There is primitive camping allowed at the lake, but you and your pup will have to hike in since access by a vehicle is limited. While your pooch is rolling around in the grass, throw your fishing line in and catch some Channel catfish or largemouth bass. Whether you spend a few hours or a couple of days at the Lake, you and your pup will have a pawsome time. 

      Northwest Holton

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      700 per sq. mi.

      Northwest Holton

      4848

      Rafter’s Park off Nebraska Avenue is perfect for a walk with your pup and spending time with Fido. You can stroll through the park and admire the amazing burr oak tree which is known as one of the largest and oldest in the state. Your pup will love sniffing the trees and plants and rolling in the grass. The kids can also spend time in the pool or bring your fishing pole and try your luck in Elkhorn Lake. You can stroll around the lake and watch the wildlife, but be sure to keep your pups on a leash and bring your own doggie waste bags. 

      Northeast Holton

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      761 per sq. mi.

      Northeast Holton

      3636

      If you are looking for a fun park out in the country, head out to Prairie Lake on 246 Road. The lake covers over 43 acres and offers a great place to go fishing, camping, or swimming. Fido can run around and sniff the grass or watch the fish jumping in the water. Pup parents who enjoy camping will find the primitive sites spacious and convenient. You will need to keep your pooch on a leash when spending time at the campground, but your pup can socialize with their furry friends when spending time in the great outdoors. 

      West Holton

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,067 per sq. mi.

      West Holton

      2424

      The Banner Creek Reservoir can be found off 230 Road in the west section of Holton. With over 550 acres of water, you and your family can enjoy spending time with your pup and taking advantage of a variety of water activities. There is a trail around the lake that covers about 15 miles where you can let your pup stretch their legs. The three miles of ADA approved trail is perfect if you need access with a stroller or wheelchair. Fido will have a snifftastic time in the grass and wildflowers, just be sure to keep pups on a leash when walking through the area. You will also need to pack your own doggie waste bags and dispose of trash in the receptacles. 

      Central Holton

      1212
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      642 per sq. mi.

      Central Holton

      1212

      One of the best recent additions to the town of Holton is Dogwood Park in the larger Countryside Park on 1st St and Pennsylvania Avenue. The park was funded with a donation from a local woman and features a fenced in area where pups can run and play. The shelter in the park is named after the woman’s beloved pup Rocky, and there are areas for both large and small dogs. The agility equipment will challenge Fido and doggie waste bags are provided in the park. Pups will have a furtastic time socializing with friends while their parents chat with neighbors on a shaded bench. After spending time in the dog park, take your pups for a walk on their leash through Countryside Park and enjoy the exercise. 

      East Holton

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      767 per sq. mi.

      East Holton

      00

      About 10 miles outside the center of town in the Eastern portion of Holton, the Nebo State Fishing Lake and Wildlife Area is another option when spending the day with your pup. The area covers about 25 acres of land and 40 acres of water. You and your pup can stroll around the lake and watch the wildlife, just be sure to keep Fido on his leash. There is primitive camping allowed at the lake, but you and your pup will have to hike in since access by a vehicle is limited. While your pooch is rolling around in the grass, throw your fishing line in and catch some Channel catfish or largemouth bass. Whether you spend a few hours or a couple of days at the Lake, you and your pup will have a pawsome time. 

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