Dog walking in Baraboo

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Amanda BBaraboo, WI 53913

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Hi, my name is Amanda! I am currently getting my degree in criminal justice. I have three dogs of my own, a Maltese, Springer Spaniel and Yellow Lab. My love for animals continues to grow, and this was a great way to love more dogs! On top of dog walking I also dog sit for ten regular families throughout the year. I am so excited to meet your furry part of your family!

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Dog Walking in Baraboo

Baraboo is a city in Sauk County, Wisconsin that's home to more than 12,000 people, and it also happens to be the biggest city in the county. This family-oriented community has excellent schools in the area, lots of recreational opportunities, and thriving businesses, all while maintaining its small-town charm. One of the most popular attractions in the area is Devil's Lake State Park in southern Baraboo. This is the biggest state park in Wisconsin, and it's the third-oldest. There are 500-foot quartzite bluffs that overlook the 360-acre Devil's Lake, and within the park, there are more than 29 miles of hiking trails. Your dog can join you in most areas of Devil's Lake Park for a day of fun as long as they are on a leash.

There are pawlenty of other dog-friendly activities in and around Baraboo, including a handful of restaurants. You and your pet can pop into Monk's Bar and Grill on Hillman Road in north Baraboo and sit at one of their 18 outdoor tables. Monk's Bar and Grill serves all sorts of gourmet burgers, including their Bucky Badger burger, Wild West burger, AA Breakfast burger, California turkey burger, and some vegetarian options. Their menu also includes sandwiches, wraps, salads, soup, and much more. You and your dog will love exploring all of the dog-friendly activities near Baraboo!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Baraboo

Central Baraboo

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Population Density
342 per sq. mi.

Central Baraboo

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The Baraboo River runs right through the center of town, and in this area, you'll also find the Broadway Diner on Broadway Street. This casual restaurant serves American breakfast and lunch options in a 1950s-style atmosphere. Choose from options like their Farmers Market Breakfast Scramble, Queso burger, French toast, omelets, steak, seafood, chicken and much more, and enjoy your meal at one of their five outdoor pet-friendly tables. After your meal, you and your dog can make the two-minute walk to Broadway Park along the Baraboo River. Here, you'll find several scenic places to sit and take in the sights, and you can walk your dog along the river if they're on a leash.

North Cross Plains

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
340 per sq. mi.

North Cross Plains

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In about half an hour, you and your dog can drive south of Baraboo and arrive at Indian Lake Park in northern Cross Plains, Wisconsin. There are 483 scenic acres to explore at this county park, which include walking trails, a boat launch, a historic chapel, and picnic spots. You'll also find a large off-leash area for dogs known as the Indian Lake Dog Park. The dog park is right next to the boat launch, and it's an off-leash area that isn't fenced in. There are trails within the off-leash area, as well as benches and waste disposal supplies. Be sure to bring your own water and get a dog park permit before visiting.

West Prairie du Sac

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
80 per sq. mi.

West Prairie du Sac

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In less than 20 minutes, you and your pup can drive to the western edge of Prairie Du Sac, Wisconsin and arrive at the Shamrock Dog Park. You'll find this off-leash park right next to the Sauk Prairie Small Animal Hospital, and it offers two acres of fenced space for your dog to explore. Sparky can choose to "hunt" in brush piles set up in the park, trek one of several trails, play in open fields, or walk the 1/4-mile walking loop with you. Water stations, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies are provided by the park. Daily fees are just $2 for the first dog and $1 for each additional dog.

Token Creek

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
918 per sq. mi.

Token Creek

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Token Creek is a community just north of Madison, Wisconsin, and it's about a 45-minute drive from Baraboo. In the area's southwestern corner, you'll find a place called Token Creek Park, a 427-acre park known for its prime picnic sites. The park also has campsites, equestrian trails, sports courts, multi-use trails, and a dog park. The Token Creek Park Pet Exercise Area has ample room for dogs to explore off-leash, and it includes separate big and small dog sections. Within the park, there is also a selection of agility equipment, as well as a mix of wooded areas and open fields. The park also has water for dogs, doggie bags, and covered seating areas.

Burke Heights

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,607 per sq. mi.

Burke Heights

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Burke Heights is a community in northeastern Madison, and it's a 45-minute drive from Baraboo. In this area, you'll discover Sycamore Park, a 71-acre park with sports courts and fields, playgrounds, picnic shelters, and an off-leash dog park. The Sycamore Dog Park is a large off-leash area with separate sections for large and little or senior dogs. There are three walking paths throughout the dog park, as well as shaded seating areas where pet parents can relax. Sycamore Dog Park has a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure, and there are water bowls throughout the park, but you'll need to supply your own water.