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Dog Areas in Barron

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Barron, WI is located in a puptacular area for dogs and their owners. With five city parks and several lakes and streams in the area, there are a variety of opportunities to get out and enjoy nature with your pup. When it's time for your furry friend to have an annual check-up, you'll find a veterinary clinic just east of the downtown area.

When you want to get some exercise with your special pal, head to Rockman's Woods, just north of Barron High School. This puptastic wildlife sanctuary has a network of trails for you and Fido to explore. Connect to the pathways from E Maple Avenue or at the high school's section of the forest. 

You can enjoy a peaceful meal or snack with your pooch in Peter S Olson Park on South 5th Street. This small facility has an open field and picnic area along the banks of Quaderer Creek.

If you're visiting the area with your RV, check out the Barron Motel and RV Campground east of downtown. This facility offers cable TV and wireless internet for their pull-through sites. Pets are allowed in the campsites as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up their waste.

When you're in Barron, you and your pup will be able to take your pick from several outdoor activities, making it the pawfect place to visit with your pal!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Barron

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    Population Density 3,169/sq mi

    #1 6th St/River Ave

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    The neighborhood around 6th St/River Ave is a largely residential area with quiet, tree-lined streets, the community's middle school, and a pawriffic park. You can take your pooch to Anderson Park off N Mill Street to stretch your legs. This facility is nestled against the Barron Flowage. Walk along the water with your pup or wander through the trees and fields. Bring along a snack or some lunch and grab a picnic in the park with your special pal. Dogs are permitted in the park provided that they're kept on a leash or under your control and that you pick up their waste.
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    Population Density 695/sq mi

    #2 16th St/Riverview

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    Located on the east side of town, the neighborhood of 16th St/Riverview is a pawesome region to go with Fido. This area is a combined residential and commercial community that has homes located along the Yellow River. Here, you and your pup can grab a picnic and go exploring in Becker Park, located off S 18th Street. This parcel offers open spaces for you to play with your pup, a picnic area where you can grab a snack, and a canoe launch to get out on the water. Bring along your rod and reel and go fishing while your pooch lounges by your feet. Dogs need to be on a leash while in the park.
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    Population Density 1,595/sq mi

    #3 S Mill St/Woodland Ave

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    You and your canine companion will find a few pupful parks in the neighborhood of S Mill St/Woodland Ave. When you want to get out on the water with your pooch, head to the Kiwanis River Park off East La Salle Avenue. Here, you'll find a boat launch into the Yellow River. Enjoy a day of fishing as you navigate this scenic waterway. Back on shore, you can wander through the fields and wooded area in this small facility. Bring along lunch or a snack and have a picnic. Dogs are allowed to accompany you in the park as long as they're on a leash or  are kept under your control. Be sure to pick up any waste.
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    Population Density 4,441/sq mi

    #4 E Division/E Lasalle

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    Downtown, in the neighborhood of E Division/E Lasalle, you'll find a delightful recreational opportunity for you and your pup. Leash up and head to the Lions River Park located by the dam on E La Salle Ave. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings as you wander through the wooded areas or play in the field. Bring along a pole and do a little fishing while your furry friend relaxes by your side. Remember to keep Fido on a leash and to pick up any droppings. After getting some exercise, take your pal to Dairy Queen and enjoy a treat together. Dogs are welcome to join you at the two outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 708/sq mi

    #5 Rolling Oaks

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    In the neighborhood of Rolling Oaks, you and your pup will be able to get out and explore nature. Head to the Rolling Oaks Public Golf Course and hike or jog on the trails that wind around the links. Wander along the banks of Little Lake or Quaderer Creek. If you're visiting this area in the wintertime, be sure to watch out for snowmobiles. Dogs are allowed to accompany you on public property in Barron as long as they're kept on a leash or they're under your control. Bring along some water and waste bags to clean up after your pup when you're in this facility.
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