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Dog Areas in Hales Corners

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A village in Milwaukee County, Hales Corners is a beautiful slice of land with an air of serenity that can’t be beat. Considering your choice of dog-friendly restaurants in the immediate area, and your proximity to Milwaukee itself, Hales Corners is a town that simply can’t be matched. 

If you happen to make your way to Milwaukee proper, you and your pup should definitely make a point to visit the large and gorgeous Granville Dog Park. With grassy hills, gentle slopes, and a number of trails for you and your dog to explore, this dog park is one of the best. You’ll feel like you’ve been dropped right in the middle of a forest with your pup, who's free to run and splash along the creek and inhale the enticing aroma of… squirrel? Is that a squirrel? Most importantly, the entire area is fenced off, so your dog is free to bolt around off-leash while you drive yourself doggone crazy trying to keep up. Bring plenty of waste bags, and clean drinking water so your doggy won’t be tempted by the creek water. 

With such a beautiful dog park nearby, as well as the close proximity of muttropolitan Milwaukee, you can’t go wrong in Hales Corners!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hales Corners

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 6,200/sq mi

    #1 Central Milwaukee

    In Central Milwaukee, there’s one particular spot that you can’t go wrong by visiting. At Rock Bottom Brewery, reviews say all dogs are welcome, well-behaved dogs especially. The staff is particularly dog-friendly, always ready to bring your buddy a nice bowl of water while you sip from the numerous selection of microbrews. It’s not drinking alone if your dog is with you, after all! There’s also a menu full of comfort food items for you to enjoy while you’re passing your trusty companion tasty treats under the table. Rock Bottom Brewery is one of the hippest locations you’ll find for you and your dog! Don’t miss out!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9,612/sq mi

    #2 Riverwest

    Riverwest, a neighborhood in Milwaukee, can’t be missed, especially if you’re a sucker for Italian food. At Nessun Dorma, you’ll nearly be overcome by the options you’ll have when it comes to food. Soups, bruschetta, even a classic panini -- almost any Italian fare you can think of is available of this expansive menu. There are seven outdoor tables that are dog-friendly, and if you’re going to try the locally recommended Steak Pizzaiola, maybe slide your loyal pal a bit of beef! They’ll thank you, and surely no one will mind if you just slip your pup a little taste. Who can resist that face, anyway?
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    Population Density 19,816/sq mi

    #3 Lower East Side

    Pad your pup’s paws towards the Lower East Side in Milwaukee, and you’re sure to have a ball. McKinley Marina Park offers scenic views, as well as fascinating close-up looks at various boating rigs. Dogs are welcome as long as they’re kept on a leash, and who can resist this kind of scenery? Bring plenty of drinking water for your pup, as well as doggy waste bags, and your rover will be ready to go! Enjoy an up-close look at those expensive boats, and Fido can fantasize about being out on the open water with their favorite person.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,359/sq mi

    #4 Historic Third Ward

    Make your way to Historic Third Ward in Milwaukee, and you’ll find yourself at one of the best burger joints in the state. Stack’d boasts a large outdoor deck where locals love to enjoy their beefy treats, and better yet, dogs are welcome at any of the outdoor tables! The employees are dog-friendly, and always prepared to bring your thirsty pup a big bowl of water. While you’re there, have a nice beer and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city streets. If your dog is the social butterfly, this is the place for them! Shy dogs may enjoy somewhere a bit more low-key.
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    Population Density 3,501/sq mi

    #5 State Street

    If you’re into sports bars like any red-blooded American, you should mosey on over to West State Street in Wauwatosa. The pawesome outdoor patios are furnished with large TVs so you can watch the game while having a pint with your pup. Famous for their extra large pretzels, your pup would be more than happy to share the salty treats with you --  that is, only if it’s too big for you to finish alone. Bring plenty of water for your pup, and some yummy treats in case you don’t want to share people food with your pup. You can’t go wrong!
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