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Dog Areas in Caledonia, WI

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Caledonia, WI

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,871/sq mi

    #1 Racine


    If you and your pooch are looking to spend a fun-filled day together you won’t want to miss visiting the Johnson Dog Park. This park is about 12 miles from Caledonia and it is full of doggy wonders. This 28-acre off-leash dog park has wooded areas and fields for your pooch to sniff around. There are so many different grass and dirt trails to explore with your pawesome pal! There is also a small stream that runs by some of the trails. If your pup gets too hot, there is also a pond for them to splash in with their new fur-iends. There is plenty of shade for you both, but you will need to bring water. The park also provides waste bins to dispose of your doggy droppings. Something to keep in mind, though, is that this park is not fenced in.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,484/sq mi

    #2 Brookfield


    This dog-friendly city is home to Mitchell Park off Leash Dog Park. It is located about 28 miles from Caledonia, Wisconsin. There is beautiful green grass for your pooch to roll around in and walking trails for you to take a stroll through nature. The walking trails are paved and there are plenty of trees for shade. There is a small creek that you pooch can make a splash in if they get too hot or just like to swim. Something to keep in mind is that this park is not fenced in, so you will need to keep a close eye on your pooch. Grab a ball and head out for a day of fun!

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,035/sq mi

    #3 Central Milwaukee


    If you are looking for a place where you and your pooch can get in some exercise, the Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area is the pawfect place. It is located about 20 miles North of Caledonia, Wisconsin and is a huge 3-acre, off-leash Dog Park. Something to keep in mind when visiting the park: you must show proof of rabies vaccination and your pup’s dog license, and you must also have a permit on your canine pal’s collar. The permit can be purchased through the park office and can either be daily or yearly. There are plenty of benches to sit on along the way and a lot of trees that provide shade. You will want to bring some water and doggy waste bags with you.

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    Population Density 11,915/sq mi

    #4 Southern Milwaukee


    If you and your pup are looking for a new adventure, look no further than the Oakleaf Trail! This trail is an old railroad line that is now part of Rails-To Trails. It runs for about 120 miles and the trails are asphalt covered, which is something to keep in mind so your pup’s paws don’t get too hot. There is plenty of shade and benches to sit on along the way. The terrain changes along the way from flat land to rolling hills. Grab your canine friends leash and some water when you set out for a pawesome day of adventure!

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    Population Density 5,905/sq mi

    #5 Kenosha


    This dog-friendly Wisconsin locale is home to the Carlisle Family Dog Park at Petrifying Springs Park. It is located about 23 miles from Caledonia. This dog park is an off-leash park that does require a daily fee to visit, or a yearly pass. The terrain is geared towards nature and your pooch will have a pawesome time sniffing through the woods and the grassy areas. There are plenty of dirt trails to explore with your furry friend. There are plenty of shade trees, which provide relief from the summer heat. You’ll need to bring your own water and doggy waste bags, though.

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