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Dog Areas in Horicon

The city of Horicon in Dodge County, Wisconsin has a population of more than 3,500 people. It's known as "the Gateway to the marsh" because it's located on the southern tip of the Horicon Marsh, where tourists come to watch the Canada geese migrate each year. The Horicon Marsh is a 32,000-acre space with wetlands, woods, and prairie, and you're sure to spot exciting wildlife species while you're there. In addition to the Horicon Marsh, there are plenty of other recreational activities to enjoy in Horicon, from its several city parks, trails, aquatic centers, and more.

Luckily, many of these recreational activities in Horicon happen to be dog-friendly, so there's no need to leave your dog behind when you head out for the day. Discher Park is a 13-acre park in northern Horicon, and while it may not be an off-leash park, it's a fun place to bring your dog for some on-leash fun. One portion of the park consists of an aquatic center, concession stand, and picnic areas. A second section has sports courts and playgrounds, and the third section has baseball and football fields. Your dog can join you in the second area of the park when they're on a leash, and the two of you are sure to have lots of fun. Several more dog-friendly activities near Horicon await you and Rex!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Horicon

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 25/sq mi

    #1 North Burnett

    The Wild Goose State Trail runs through Dodge County, and one of the places you can access the trail is in Burnett, Wisconsin, which is less than 20 miles from Horicon. Most of this 34-mile trail is paved, making it an ideal path for cyclists, joggers, inline skaters, and dog walkers. Your dog will need to remain on a leash along the Wild Goose State Trail, and during your trek, you and your dog will cross farms, marshes, chipmunks and other wildlife, and plenty of other exciting sights. This trail is just one of 1,600 trails spread across the United States that were created from formerly abandoned railway lines.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 401/sq mi

    #2 Vogt

    West Bend is a city in southeastern Wisconsin with a population of more than 30,000 people, and the southwestern corner of the city is about 25 miles from Horicon. This is where you'll find the West Bend Dog Park, which is part of Rolf's Park, a 39-acre city park. The West Bend Dog Park takes up ten acres of Rolf's Park, and it is completely fenced with a general area as well as a separate small dog area. You and your dog will get to enjoy open fields, wooded areas, several trails, and hills while you're at the park. A membership fee is required to play here, and be sure to bring drinking water for your pooch.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,645/sq mi

    #3 City Center

    Fond du Lac is a city on Lake Winnebago in Wisconsin, and it's home to more than 40,000 people. The northwestern corner of the city is less than 30 miles from Horicon, and that's where the FIDO (Friends in Dog Ownership) Dog Park can be found. There's a lot to love about this park, and many visitors remark at just how clean and well-maintained it is. Dogs have a general area where canines of any weight can interact, and there's a separate small dog enclosure as well. There's also seating and waste disposal supplies provided by the park, but make sure you bring your own water supply.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,064/sq mi

    #4 Lakeside

    Lakeside Park is a 400-acre park right along the water in Fond du Lac, and it's less than 30 miles from Horicon. At Lakeside Park, you and your family can enjoy boating, playgrounds, picnics, fishing, a petting zoo, and so much more. There's also an off-leash dog park at Lakeside Park, and it has great views of the rest of the park. Lakeside Dog Park West is an ample space for dogs of all sizes to interact, so your dog is sure to meet friends of all sizes. Waste bags are provided by the park, but be sure to bring your own water and bowl.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,308/sq mi

    #5 Boller Crest

    A little more than 1,000 people live in the village of Nashotah in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The northernmost part of the village is about 30 miles from Horicon, and that's where you'll find the Nashotah Dog Park. Visitors love that there is so much space and variety in this park. You'll discover wooded areas, open fields, and trails to explore in this park, and there are also separate areas for big and small dogs within its seven acres. There are water stations for dogs, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas, too! Be sure to pick up an annual permit before you visit the Nashotah Dog Park, and this permit gives you access to all of Waukesha County's dog parks.
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