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Dog Areas in Jackson, WI

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Nearly 7,000 people live in Jackson, a village in Washington County, Wisconsin that was named for the seventh president of the United States. Jackson prides itself on providing a balance of small-town living with world-class technology, so residents get the amenities of a big city with the charm of a small town. There are all sorts of fun events throughout the year hosted in Jackson, and you and your family can choose from outdoor movie nights, farmers markets, the Jackson Parade and Art Fair, as well as a village-wide Rummage Sale that attracts people from all over Wisconsin. You can walk the streets of Jackson with your dog on a leash and take in the beauty of rural Wisconsin, and there are other dog-friendly activities in and around town, too!

Coffeeville Company is a casual and welcoming cafe and eatery on Main Street in Jackson, and they have four outdoor tables where your pet can join you. You can sip on coffee, tea, or other specialty drinks, and order from a menu that includes items like sandwiches, bagels, salads, waffles, croissants, and much more. After your meal, you and your pooch can hop in the car and drive to a nearby off-leash park for even more fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jackson, WI

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    Population Density 401/sq mi

    #1 Vogt

    In only ten minutes, you and your dog can drive to the southwestern corner of West Bend, Wisconsin and arrive at Rolf's Park. This city park has 39 acres of scenic prairies and woodlands, and there's also a ten-acre off-leash dog park! The West Bend Dog Park is a fully-fenced area with separate enclosures for big and small dogs, and there are also areas with tall grass, mowed areas, trails, and wooded sections. If you plan to visit this park at night, you'll appreciate that it has solar-powered lighting. There are water bowls inside of the park, but guests are asked to bring their own water to fill the bowls.
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    Population Density 3,024/sq mi

    #2 Riverside Park

    There's another dog park in West Bend you won't want to miss, and this one is in the city's central area in a neighborhood called Riverside Park. It'll take you just over ten minutes to drive there from Jackson, and the Cedar Lake Wayside Dog Off-Leash Area has three acres of space for your dog to run and play. The park is open from April 1 to November 14 each year from 6 AM to 9 PM, and it's free to use. The park isn't entirely fenced, and within the off-leash space, there are wooded areas as well as wide open fields pawfect for a game of fetch.
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    Population Density 1,488/sq mi

    #3 Granville Station

    Granville Station is an area of northwestern Milwaukee, and it's a 15-minute drive from Jackson. This is where you'll find the Granville Dog Park, a ten-acre off-leash space you and your dog will love. Visitors should be advised that the area isn't entirely fenced, and it doesn't separate dogs by weight. Within the park, there's a variety of agility equipment and several trails that range from easy to moderate to trek with your dog. If your dog is a swimmer, they can even take a dip in the creek that runs through the park. Visitors note that this dog park gets very muddy after it rains, so don't forget a towel!
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    Population Density 1,271/sq mi

    #4 Muirwood

    Muirwood is an area of northwestern Brookfield, Wisconsin that's less than a half-hour drive from Jackson. In this area, you'll find a place called Mitchell Park, a 405-acre outdoor oasis with wetlands, woodlands, playgrounds, trails, sports fields, and an off-leash dog park. The Mitchell Park Dog Off-Leash Dog Park is a massive area of the park that's designated for dogs to play free of restraint. Dogs aren't separated by weight in this dog park, so be prepared for your dog to meet friends of all sizes. Visitors should be advised that the off-leash area isn't fenced and there is no fresh water on-site.
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    Population Density 1,308/sq mi

    #5 Boller Crest

    It will take you and your dog a little more than half an hour to drive to northern Nashotah, Wisconsin from Jackson. The trip will be well worth it once the two of you arrive at Nashotah Park, a 444-acre paradise with natural lakes, rolling hills, miles of trails, and plenty of other things to enjoy. Within Nashotah Park, there's also an 18-acre off-leash space that includes separate enclosures for big and small dogs. Because this is a county park, there is a small daily fee to visit it, or you can purchase an annual permit. Within the dog park, there's running water to drink, doggie bags, and seating areas.
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