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Dog Areas in Dousman

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Dousman is a village of more than 2,000 people in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The town is ideally positioned near all sorts of outdoor recreational opportunities, including beaches, hikes, parks, and so much more. Dousman was founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1917, and it was once called "Bullfrog Station" because of the vast quantities of bullfrogs in the area. In that spirit, each summer, there's a famous frog jumping competition in Dousman that attracts all sorts of visitors. Another exciting activity in Dousman is visiting the 47-mile long Glacial Drumlin State Trail, which passes right through town. You can walk your dog on a leash along this trail, and it's also popular with hikers, cyclists, and snowmobilers.

Another dog-friendly spot in Dousman that you won't want to miss is visiting Ottawa Lake. This 17-acre lake is known for its clear water and prime fishing. Ottawa Lake also has a designated area just for pets to swim, and you'll find the Oak Hollow Pet Swim area to the left of the boat launch. Your dog must remain on a leash until you reach the water, and once they're swimming, they can be unleashed. You and your dog will have so much fun at this dog beach, and when you're looking for other dog-friendly activities near Dousman, you'll find plenty more just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dousman

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    Population Density 831/sq mi

    #1 Boller Crest

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    In 20 minutes, you and your pooch can make the 10-mile drive north of Dousman and arrive at the Nashotah Dog Park in northern Nashotah, Wisconsin. This off-leash park is an ample open space that's pawfect for strolling while your dog plays. Within the dog park, there are large sections for big and small dogs, drinking water, and waste stations. Visitors love how clean this park is, and regulars to Nashotah Dog Park are known for being friendly and welcoming to newcomers, so you and your dog will quickly make new friends! You'll need to pick up a yearly permit for the Waukesha County Dog Parks or a daily pass before you visit.
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    Population Density 606/sq mi

    #2 Legend Hills

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    The southeastern corner of Waukesha, Wisconsin is a half-hour drive from Dousman, and this is where you can find Minooka Park. This peaceful park sits on 579 acres of land, and within the space, there are several trails, a swimming pond, picnic areas, a dog park, and much more. The Minooka Dog Exercise Area makes up 19 acres of the park, and in that space, there are different sections for big and small dogs. Within the dog park, you'll find several wooded walking trails to explore with your dog. The park provides visitors with waste disposal items, but you'll need to bring your own water.
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    Population Density 1,332/sq mi

    #3 Newcomb

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    Whitewater is a city in Wisconsin that's home to almost 15,000 people. The central area of Whitewater is a half-hour drive from Dousman, and that's where you'll find the city's namesake dog park. The Whitewater Bark Park has undergone a revival, and it now includes separate enclosures for big and small dogs. There are also dog waste disposal stations, picnic areas, and parking lots at the dog park. The Whitewater Bark Park is free to use, but they gladly accept donations to go toward building a water fountain for the park. You and your pooch can visit this dog park seven days a week from dawn to dusk.
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    Population Density 111/sq mi

    #4 Park Place

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    The northwestern edge of Milwaukee, Wisconsin is about a 40-minute drive from Dousman, and that's where you'll find a neighborhood known as Park Place, which is home to Granville Dog Park. There are more than 10 acres of space to enjoy in this off-leash park, and it has a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure. Whether you're looking for open fields or wooded areas to explore, this park has it all! If your dog is a swimmer, they'll love taking a dip in the creeks throughout the park. Be sure your dog has current registration and a Dog Exercise Area permit before you visit the Granville Dog Park.
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    Population Density 101/sq mi

    #5 Canine Dr.

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    It'll only take you and Rocky 25 minutes to the Jefferson County Bark Park, which totals 109 acres. In 2003, the first phase of the dog park -- a 23-acre park known as the Terri Tinsley Dog Park -- opened. Then, in 2009, another 36 acres were added. Today, the park has two large sections for big dogs, and two more areas just for little dogs. There's also a groomed trail system in the park, as well as a wooded trail to trek with your dog. Within the dog park, there are three water pumps, as well as play equipment, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies.
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