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Dog Areas in Wilmore

Wilmore is a small city in Jessamine County, Kentucky with a population of just over 6,000 people. Wilmore was established in 1876 but was incorporated in 1918. The city prides itself on having a small-town charm with worldwide connections, and it's a desirable community to raise a family in -- that includes your four-legged family members, too!

Wilmore may not have its own off-leash park, but there are plenty of parks in town where you can take your dog for an on-leash walk. One such park is the 32-acre Centennial Park on Kinlaw Drive. There are picnic facilities, a disc golf course, playgrounds, sports fields, and walking trails at this park where you and Fido are both sure to make friends.

If you'd like to take your dog for an off-leash romp somewhere near Wilmore, make a 20-minute trip to the Wellington Dog Park in Lexington, Kentucky, near the Stonewall Community. This seven-acre dog park is divided into two paddocks, and it is set on what looks like a horse farm. There is tons of open space, trees, sections for big and small dogs, and a water fountain just outside of the dog park's gate. This is just one of several great dog parks near Wilmore, and you and your pooch are going to have a blast checking each one of them out!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wilmore

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    Population Density 132/sq mi

    #1 Masterson Station

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    Lexington is home to another dog park in the community of Masterson Station, and it's only 20 miles north of Wilmore. The Masterson Station Dog Park has two distinct sections, although there are no signs designating use for big or small dogs, so be prepared for your dog to come across dogs of all sizes. The Masterson Station Dog Park is part of a larger city park with playgrounds and picnic facilities, so there are activities for the whole family to enjoy there. The dog park has plenty of trees to provide shade, as well as seating, a water fountain, and doggy bags, and it's free for the public to use.
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    Population Density 171/sq mi

    #2 Griffin Gate

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    The Coldstream Dog Park in central Lexington, Kentucky is a half-hour drive from Wilmore. This massive 12-acre dog park has three sections: one for big dogs, one for small dogs, and one section where the grass isn't mowed so dogs can feel like they're hunting in the brush. Coldstream Dog Park is fenced and has a double-gated entry system for added security. The park provides visitors with doggy bags, seating, and a water station, so you and Fido have everything you need! Visitors love that this park never feels crowded. Leashed dogs are also welcome to accompany their owners on the park's trails.
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    Population Density 141/sq mi

    #3 Andover Hills

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    South-central Lexington is just 20 miles from Wilmore, and near the community of Andover Hills sits the Jacobson Dog Park. Jacobson Dog Park is Lexington's first dog park, and it underwent a major renovation in 2014. Today, the park consists of nearly eight acres of land divided into a section for big dogs and another for small dogs. Mature trees throughout the park provide plenty of shade on hot days, and there is also a water fountain in the park. If your dog is especially energetic, you'll love that there are hills within this dog park to help tire your pooch out when they're running around.
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    Population Density 98/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Danville

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    The Chocwalk Dog Park at Millenium Park in Danville, Kentucky is special for a few reasons. The park was named after a beloved Chesapeake Retriever named Chocolate who passed away in 2005. His owners donated the funds for the creation of this park, and it's become a pawpular spot for locals and visitors alike to socialize and allow their dogs some off-leash fun. The dog park is well-maintained, and it has running water, seating, and waste disposal items. Millenium Park also has plenty of other activities for your whole family to enjoy, including playgrounds, fishing, a skate park, and sports fields. There are also walking trails throughout the park that your dog can join you on if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 334/sq mi

    #5 West Versailles

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    Versailles is a city in Kentucky with a population of just under 9,000 people, and it's only a 25-minute drive from Wilmore. Falling Springs Center is a large recreational hub in Versailles, and it includes an off-leash dog park known as the Woodford County Dog Park. Some of the other activities include swimming, cross-country running, sports fields, playgrounds, and even a remote control track. The dog park has a big and small dog section, and both are entirely fenced in. There is drinking water available within the park, as well as a hose and bowls to provide water for the dogs. Each section of the dog park has picnic tables so you can rest comfortably while your dog plays.
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