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Dog Areas in Algoma

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2 Eateries

Located on the western shore of Lake Michigan, the village of Algoma is about 30 miles northeast of Green Bay and 20 miles south of Door County. This community has a handful of pet-friendly parks and outdoor attractions for owners and their dogs to enjoy. When you need professional care for your special pal, the nearest clinic is just seven miles from town.

Take your pooch to Blahnik Heritage Park, located about four miles north of town. Here, you can hike along the meadow trail, or head to the river to try your hand at fishing. Dogs are permitted in this park, provided they're on a leash that's no longer than eight feet. Make sure you pick up any messes.

Go camping with your four-footed friend at Ahnapee River Trails Campground. Whether you bring a tent or camper, dogs on a leash are allowed to join you here. Bring along your canoe and take a trip down the river or go hiking on the area trails with your canine companion.

Plan an adventure for you and your pup at Potawatomi State Park. This expansive facility is located in Sturgeon Bay, about 20 miles north of Algoma. Dogs on a leash up to eight feet long are permitted in designated parts of the park. Make sure you bring waste bags with you.

Algoma is a quiet lakeside town that offers easy access to several pet-friendly recreational areas.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Algoma

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    Population Density 543/sq mi

    #1 Bruemmerville

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    The small, rural community of Bruemmerville lies on the western outskirts of the Algoma city limits. This remote area includes some private estates and a farm along Silver Creek. There are quiet country lanes where you and Fido can take a stroll. Enjoy a walk by the water with your furry pal at the County Park off Willow Drive. This peaceful green space has a walking trail that follows the Creek. Dogs need to be on a leash that's no longer than eight feet. Make sure you bring water and waste bags so that you can pick up your pup's droppings.
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    Population Density 3,877/sq mi

    #2 Crescent Beach

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    In the neighborhood around Crescent Beach, there are some small businesses and single-family homes. Take a walk down the sidewalk with your pooch to enjoy the lake breezes. When you want to stretch your legs, head to Crescent Beach Boardwalk to go hiking or jogging along the Lake Michigan shoreline. Dogs are permitted to accompany you on the boardwalk year-round, provided that they're on a leash that's no longer than eight feet. Between October 1st and May 1st, your four-footed pal can also join you on the beach here! Make sure you bring water and waste bags for your outing.
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    Population Density 3,993/sq mi

    #3 Church Street

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    The Church St neighborhood includes private residences and condos. There are some quiet streets lined with sidewalks here that are pawfect for taking a walk with Fido. On the north end of town, you'll find Peterson Park. This facility includes some woods and open fields, a few baseball diamonds, and picnic tables. Wander through the woods or play in the grass here with your special pal. Dogs can join you in this public place if they're kept on a leash up to eight feet long. Make sure you bring waste bags to clean up after your pup when you come for a visit.
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    Population Density 4,638/sq mi

    #4 Division Street

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    Division Street features a commercial district and residential area. Sidewalks line the streets of this part of town, so you'll be able to take your four-footed friend for a stroll here. If you want to go on an extended jog or hike, head northwest from the neighborhood to connect with the Ahnapee State Trail. This crushed stone and asphalt pathway stretches from Kewaunee to Sturgeon Bay. Enjoy scenic views of the Door Peninsula as you follow the Ahnapee River through woods and fields. Dogs on a leash are permitted on the trail. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you for your trip.
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    Population Density 6,298/sq mi

    #5 Perry St/Fremont St

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    The Perry St/Fremont St area includes residential streets and a set of three local parks. This is a pleasant place to take your pal for a walk down the sidewalk. When you want to enjoy some green space, head to Newman Park on Division Street. This open field is a furiffic place to work on obedience drills or play some frisbee with  your canine companion. You can also walk or jog along the perimeter pathway to get some exercise. Make sure you keep your four-footed friend on a leash and under control. Bring waste bags and water along when you come here.
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