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Dog Areas in Columbus, WI

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Columbus is a city in south-central Wisconsin with a population of more than 5,000 people. Columbus is less than 30 miles from the big city of Madison, Wisconsin, and it is conveniently situated along five major highway corridors. Columbus has something to offer everyone, whether it's touring the historic downtown with your dog at your side, visiting the largest antique mall in the state, fishing, swimming, or shopping! Many of the 20th-century homes in Columbus have been beautifully restored, and they blend in beautifully with the new commercial and residential buildings all around town. There is also an excellent veterinary clinic in town to tend to your pets!

Columbus doesn't have any off-leash dog parks of its own, but it's just a short drive from several in the surrounding cities and towns. One such park is the Token Creek Park Pet Exercise Area in Token Creek Park in Madison, Wisconsin. This park is just a 20-minute drive from Columbus, and along with big and small dog areas, the park also features agility equipment for adventurous dogs. This dog park requires a small fee to enter: either $3 for a day or $20 per dog for an annual pass. Token Creek Park Pet Exercise Area is just the beginning of all the dog-friendly activities near Columbus that you and Fido will get to experience together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Columbus, WI

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    Population Density 101/sq mi

    #1 Canine Dr.

    The Terri Tinsley Dog Park in southern Johnson Creek, Wisconsin is about a 35-minute drive from Columbus. This massive dog park was first built in 2003, and after a major expansion in 2009, Terri Tinsley Dog Park now consists of 109 acres land that includes two big dog areas and two small dog areas. This clean and well-maintained park does require either a $5 daily permit or an annual pass, but visitors say this is a small price to pay to access such an excellent park. There is water for dogs available at the park, as well as bathrooms for pet owners to use.
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    Population Density 3,565/sq mi

    #2 Sycamore Park

    Sycamore Dog Park in the Sycamore Park area of eastern Madison, Wisconsin is under a half-hour drive from Columbus. Sycamore Park is a public park with activities for the whole family, including sports fields and playgrounds in addition to the off-leash dog park. There is a separately fenced section within the dog park specifically for small or senior dogs, and the park provides waste disposal items to keep it in tip-top shape. There is a $3 daily fee or a $20 annual permit fee to access this park, and these passes can be purchased at a kiosk in the park.
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    Population Density 2,327/sq mi

    #3 South-Central

    Twenty minutes from Columbus, in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, you'll find the Sun Prairie Pet Exercise Area in the southern part of the city. This 11-acre dog park is completely fenced in, and it features a separate area just for small dogs. Other amenities include seating, water, waste disposal items, and bathrooms. The Sun Prairie Pet Exercise Area is open every day of the year from dawn to dusk, and you can buy a $5 daily permit to enter the park on-site. For everyone's safety and well-being, your dog will also need valid dog tags before they enter the park.
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    Population Density 3,359/sq mi

    #4 Viking County Park

    In just over half an hour, you and your dog can drive from Columbus to Stoughton, Wisconsin. In the northwestern part of Stoughton, you'll find Viking Dog Park, and you and your pooch are sure to fall in love with it! This unique dog park features two doggy beaches with a dock dogs can jump in from, as well as a large open field for running around or chasing a ball. Viking Dog Park is part of Viking County Park, which offers excellent fishing and picnicking facilities making it a pawfect spot for a family outing. Like most dog parks in the area, this one requires either a daily or annual permit to access.
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    Population Density 4,731/sq mi

    #5 Brentwood Village

    Northern Madison, Wisconsin is around a half-hour drive from Columbus, and in the Brentwood Village Area, there's a dog park that's a blast for humans and canines! Warner Dog Park is located within Warner County Park, and the off-leash area sits on eight acres of land. In these eight acres, your dog will enjoy grass, trees, and even a lake where your pup can cool off! There are also trails throughout the park, but be advised there is no running water source, so be sure to bring your own. Along with other Wisconsin dog parks, this one requires a daily or annual permit to enter.
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