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Dog Areas in Bristol, WI

More than 5,000 people live in Bristol, a village in Kenosha County, Wisconsin. Bristol was once a town, but in 2010, it was incorporated as a village. No matter your age, you'll find all sorts of activities to enjoy in Bristol. The village is especially well-known for its equestrian facilities, which are ranked some of the best in the state. Every year, Bristol hosts its famous Renaissance Faire at a 30-acre site in town. Visitors come from all over to experience life in 16th century Elizabethan England and dine on unique food, try crafts, games, and sports from the era, and meet an interesting cast of characters.

While the Renaissance Faire isn't a pet-friendly event, there are lots of other ways to spend time with your dog in and around Bristol. The southeastern corner of town is where you'll find the Bristol Woods County Park. This 200-acre park has more than four miles of hiking trails for you to trek with your dog on a leash. Some of the park's other features include BBQ grills, picnic areas, playgrounds, and a nature center. If it's an off-leash activity you seek with your dog, the two of you can hop in the car and arrive at a dog park in a matter of minutes!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bristol, WI

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    Population Density 1,274/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Salem

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    In just five minutes, you and your dog can drive to northern Salem, Wisconsin and arrive at Old Settlers Park. This 17-acre park is an especially popular place in the summer when people come from far and wide to enjoy the beach. There are also ball diamonds, playgrounds, picnic facilities, and a dog park to check out! The Harris Family Dog Park at Old Settlers Park was named after a local veterinarian's family, and it's open daily from 7 AM to 10 PM. Inside the park, you'll find all sorts of colorful agility equipment where your dog can show off, as well as seating areas and waste disposal supplies. Guests are asked to provide their own water and pay a small daily fee.
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    Population Density 815/sq mi

    #2 Johnson Park

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    Racine is a city of nearly 80,000 people in Wisconsin, and the northwestern corner of town is a half-hour drive from Bristol. This is where you'll find Johnson Dog Park, a place many visitors say is their favorite dog park! There are more than 28 acres of space for your dog to enjoy off-leash at Johnson Dog Park, and within that space, there are several trails. If your dog is a swimmer, they'll love taking a dip in the park's pond or river, and afterward, they can dry off as they run through open fields. Be sure to bring some drinking water for Spot!
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    Population Density 236/sq mi

    #3 Pike River

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    There's a place in northwestern Kenosha, Wisconsin known as Petrifying Springs Park, and it's referred to as "Pets" by locals. It'll only take you 20 minutes to drive there from Bristol, and this county park has a golf course, hiking trails, ball diamonds, basketball courts, and much more! The park also has its own dog park -- Carlisle Family Dog Park -- and this off-leash space has separate sections for big and small dogs. To prevent muddy paws, the park has a wood chip surface, and there's a creek running through the park where your dog can swim. You'll also find a water fountain for dogs, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating areas in the park.
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    Population Density 1,016/sq mi

    #4 Camelot Park / M District

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    Oak Creek is a city of about 35,000 people in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, and the northeastern corner of town is a half-hour drive from Bristol. In this area, you'll find a furrific 26-acre space where dogs can play off-leash: Runway Dog Park. Within the dog park, there are high grass exercise areas and mowed areas, as well as an all dog area and a separate enclosure for small dogs. There are pavilions, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies in the park, but visitors must bring their own water. The Runway Dog Park requires purchasing a daily or annual permit to visit.
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    Population Density 606/sq mi

    #5 Legend Hills

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    The Legend Hills neighborhood of Waukesha is a little more than 30 miles from Bristol. Just east of this area is where you'll find the Minooka Dog Park, and this spacious off-leash park has different sections for big and small dogs. Visitors love that this dog park is so clean and well-maintained and that the regulars are so welcoming to newcomers. You have your choice of exploring wooded areas, walking paths, or open fields in the park, and there's lots of shade for hot days. The Minooka Dog Park requires purchasing a daily or annual permit before you can visit.
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