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Dog Areas in Fitchburg, WI

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Nearly 30,000 people live in Fitchburg, a city in Dane County, Wisconsin that's also a suburb of Madison. With its 22,000 acres of hillside, Fitchburg was once primarily known as an agricultural city, but today, it has thriving businesses of all kinds and several mixed-use neighborhoods that have something to offer everyone. 

Fitchburg is committed to providing its residents with plenty of recreational opportunities, and the 730 acres of parkland are evidence of that. From city parks to trails, golf courses, community centers, and green spaces, you'll never run out of things to do outside in Fitchburg! Many of these spaces are dog-friendly, so there's no need to leave your dog at home when you head out for an adventure.

There are a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in Fitchburg, too, so your dog can accompany you when you dine out. One such place is Benvenuto's Italian Grill in northern Fitchburg. Benvenuto's serves traditional Italian dishes in a casual atmosphere. Your dog is welcome to join you on their patio while you dig into a calzone, pasta, wood-fired pizza, steak, seafood, and plenty of other great options. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and Skip can head to a local park for a walk, or take a short drive to one of several nearby off-leash parks!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fitchburg, WI

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    Population Density 540/sq mi

    #1 Token Creek

    The northeastern area of Token Creek, Madison, Wisconsin is just 20 miles from Fitchburg, and it's where you'll find the Token Creek Park Pet Exercise Area. This off-leash dog park is spacious and it includes sections for big and small dogs. There is also agility equipment for dogs, and all sorts of trails, trees, and open green space to explore. Token Creek County Park is a 427-acre park that includes several other recreational activities for the whole family. There are campgrounds, miles of hiking and biking trails and cross-country skiing trails, a fishing pier, playgrounds, 274 miles of snowmobile trails, and so much more!
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    Population Density 86/sq mi

    #2 Stoughton

    Stoughton is a city in Wisconsin that's less than 20 miles southeast of Fitchburg. In the northeastern area of Stoughton sits Viking County Park, and this great space includes a dog park! The Viking Dog Park is one large space where dogs of all sizes can play together, and it also includes not one, but two dog beaches so your dog can take a swim or play in the water. This dog park doesn't have drinking water for dogs, however, so be sure to bring your own. There are miles of trails within Viking County Park that you can explore with your dog, but they must be on a leash when not in the dog park.
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    Population Density 5,827/sq mi

    #3 Burke Heights

    Sycamore Park is a 71-acre area in eastern Madison, Wisconsin, and it's only a 20-minute drive from Fitchburg. In addition to sports fields and playground equipment, Sycamore Park also has an off-leash dog park. Sycamore Dog Park requires either a daily or annual pass to visit, but there is one day a year, usually in June, when it's free for everyone to use. Madison is committed to keeping its dog parks clean, so there is a dog park clean-up day on the last Saturday of every March. Sycamore Dog Park has big and small dog sections with double-gated entries, picnic tables, drinking water, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 10,093/sq mi

    #4 Bram's Addition

    The central Madison neighborhood known as Bram's Addition is just a ten-minute drive from Fitchburg. This is where you'll find Quann Park, a 55-acre space that primarily consists of an off-leash dog area. There is also a separate small dog section and a dog beach where your dog can take a dip. This spacious dog park is an ideal park for dogs who love playing fetch, as there's lots of room to run without anything getting in the way of your dog, but there are also a few trees and benches. There are gravel paths throughout the park as well as drinking water for dogs. Be sure to get a daily or annual permit before you visit the park.
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    Population Density 8,945/sq mi

    #5 Old Market Place

    Just 15 minutes north of Fitchburg, near the central Madison neighborhood of Old Market Place, sits the Brittingham Dog Park. This dog park doesn't separate dogs by size; rather, dogs of all sizes and breeds play in the same space. In addition to waste bag dispensers, Brittingham Dog Park has shade, benches, and picnic tables. Be sure to bring your own water when you visit, and don't forget to purchase a daily or annual permit ahead of time. Brittingham Park is a 26-acre park that also includes playgrounds, sports fields, a beach, boating and fishing facilities, and basketball and tennis courts. The park is open every day from 4 AM to 10 PM.
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