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Dog Areas in Madison, WI

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There are a plethora of great reasons to own a pet in Madison, Wisconsin, which is why many of the approximately 240,000 residents own a cat or a dog. Madison has been elected as the number one college sports town in the past and, in general; the citizens are an active bunch. The many dog-friendly attractions this city has to offer naturally makes sense.

Dogs are expected to be just as active as its owners hence there are a large selection of off-leash dog parks in Madison, Wisconsin, and the surrounding area. One of the hidden gems is the dog park at Token Creek Lane. While it takes some effort to find the sheer size of this dog park makes up for it. The dog run also offers an area for small dogs only and agility equipment.

The Warner Dog Park is another highly rated location and is part of the Warner Park. Again, this dog park is very large and offers 8 acres of space where dogs can run wild without being constrained by a leash. There are many grassy areas, and the main attraction is the lagoon where the dogs can take a swim.

There are many other dog parks in Madison, Wisconsin, including the Sycamore Dog Park, Brittingham Dog Park, Quann Dog Park, McCormick Greenway Dog Park, Capital Springs Recreation Area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Madison, WI

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    Population Density 5,620/sq mi

    #1 Capitol View Heights

    One of Madison’s most popular dog friendly neighborhoods is Capitol View Heights. We have one HUGE guess why this is. On most days, you will find a lot of neighborhood locals hanging out at a local park. Quann Park is located in the Capitol View Heights neighborhood. This park boasts over 70 acres of fun for the whole family. In fact, about 37 of those acres are fenced off for the popular, off leash dog park, Quann Dog Park. There is also a small enclosed area at the dog park that lets dogs experience the beauty of Wingra Creek. This Madison neighborhood is also host of the annual Capital K9s Dog Paddle. This event helps fund the Madison Police Department K9 Unit. If one thing is for sure, Capitol View Heights residents love their pawsome furry family members!
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    #2 Norman Acres

    Do you and your pup enjoy living the “country life”, complete with front porch sitting? If so, you two will want to check out the Norman Acres neighborhood in Madison. This Madison neighborhood is also a host of the Pier Pups Canine Dock Jumping event. This event has taken place all over the country, including places like Chicago and Michigan. Norman Acres also offers dog friendly options when you want to grab a bite to eat. Places like the Doolittle’s Woodfire Grill near East Towne Mall is a super dog friendly dining option. Even if you are just visiting the area, you will find most lodging options also are very dog friendly!
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    Population Density 10,440/sq mi

    #3 Greenbush

    If you’re looking for the small hometown feel with scenic views you will love the Greenbush neighborhood in Madison. This dog friendly neighborhood is home of the pawpulor off-leash dog park, Brittingham Dog Park. While this park is off-leash, it isn’t fenced in and your dog will require a permit to romp and play with his friends. On most days, you’ll find locals letting their furry best friends run and play at the park. If you and your pup are looking for exercise with a scenic view, you will want to check out the historic Southwest Bike Trail. Leashed, well behaved pups are allowed to enjoy the trails with you.
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    Population Density 9,030/sq mi

    #4 Tenney Lapham

    Tenney-Lapham is a beautiful, dog friendly neighborhood that sits on Madison’s Lake Mendota. While here, you and your pooch will want to visit Demetral Park. This community park boasts almost 50 acres of fun for you and your pal, including a nice off-leash dog park where you will meet friendly local residents and tail waggin’ pups! Not only does the Tenney-Lapham neighborhood have one dog park, it has two! While in the area, make sure your pup has plenty of opportunity to sniff around the popular, off leash McCormick Greenway Dog Park. Around every corner, you’re almost guaranteed to see beautiful scenery and a tail wag or two!
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    Population Density 4,210/sq mi

    #5 Mendota Hills

    Mendota Hills is a popular neighborhood in Madison. This neighborhood is home to one of the most popular parks in Madison, Warner Park. The community hosts a number of events here. There’s no question as to why -- Warner Park is over 200 acres! Most places in this park are great for snifftastic fun. Plus, leashed dogs are allowed in most areas. There is also off-leash fun at the fenced-in dog park. Mendota Hills also sits on the beautiful Lake Mendota, the largest lake in Madison. If you and your pooch want to grab a bite to eat, make sure you stop by Banzo -- you won’t regret it!
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