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Dana
Dana
Reviewed by Julia C. on 07/28/2017

"Dana has gone beyond our expectations! Thank you Dana and Wag for being such great help!"

1.31 mi
36m
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Dana
Dana
Reviewed by Julia C. on 07/19/2017

"Dana is very friendly and responsible! I feel very comfortable having her in my home and walking my fur baby!"

1.88 mi
36m
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Dog Areas in Mc Farland

28 Parks
5 Trails
20 Shops
12 Eateries
2 Groomers

The fascinating thing about McFarland, Wisconsin is that it was the ice that brought people to it. That's right, ice and fishing combined made this town thrive for years. Of course, the ice was more important back before refrigerators were invented, but the ice is still attracting visitors from all over. People flock here every year to fish. One of its busiest seasons is winter when ice fishing is at its peak. Bring your dog with you to try your hand at this unique activity, or see what other adventures could await you here in McFarland!

McFarland has a lot of parks, which is just one reason why it's the pawfect place to bring your pup for a vacation. McDaniel Park is two parks in one. There is a conservation area as well as a walking trail here. At the entrance of the park, you will find trail maps that show you the routes and points of interest. This park is adopted by the Boy Scouts, who work hard to keep it clean. 

If you are hungry and would like to see some local history, stop by Country Corners. This locally owned country bar is the pride and joy of the community. There are four outdoor tables where your dog is welcome to join you for lunch. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mc Farland

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 601/sq mi

    #1 Lake Waubesa

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    For a more active adventure, you could come over to Babcock County Park. This park is open to the public and offers fishing, camping, picnicking, and a playground. You can also walk the trails with your leashed dog. While there are swimming spots, dogs are not permitted to swim from the shore. There are boat docks, though, and dogs are allowed to swim from the boats. You will want to bring a leash with you. There are restrooms for the campers, but you will need drinking water for your pet. This is a seasonal park which is closed in the winter months because the lake freezes.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 601/sq mi

    #2 Downtown

    36
    The McFarland House features locally-sourced ingredients so that you get food that is as healthy as it is delicious. This Fido-friendly spot has wraps and sandwiches as well as teas, coffees, and lemonades. You can bring your dog with you to enjoy a healthy meal at any of their outdoor tables as long as you keep her on a leash. You can order ahead and get a picnic basket to-go that is full of food made fresh just for you. You and your pup will pawsitively love this place! Just remember to bring a water dish for your pooch. Bone Appetit!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 601/sq mi

    #3 Indian Mound Dr

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    Indian Mound Conservation Area has its own park. There are multiple trails here that are of varying lengths and difficulties. Some trails are very well-marked with mile markers and others lose their trail clarity. You can go online and get a map, or you can pick on up at City Hall. Your dog must stay on a leash at all times for his safety. The park is closed during bad weather. There has been very little development to this side of Indian Mound Park, so you will want to bring plenty of water for you and your dog to drink.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 601/sq mi

    #4 Elvehjem Rd

    12
    John Urso Community Park features on-leash walking trails that you can explore with your dog. It also has an off-leash area called Village Dog Park. This fenced-in area was established so the locals would have a place to socialize their dogs. There is a fee to play here. You can get a day pass or pay annually. There is no water at the park, but there are doggie waste bags located at the trash cans for your convenience. You will love playing at this park because it is so well-kept. It's also pawpular with the local pooches, so Fido can sniff out plenty of new friends!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 601/sq mi

    #5 Farwell St

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    The Spartan Bowl is another barktastic place to grab a bite to eat with your dog. This is a bowling alley that allows you to bring your pup! Dogs are not allowed at the bowling lanes, though, only at the outdoor tables. They serve burgers, wraps, and pizzas, and offer a full-service bar as well. You will love the fun atmosphere of this place! Your dog will have as much fun as you do. You do have to keep your dog on a leash at all times. You will need to bring a dish for your dog as well. While you're here, try the Wonton Mozzarella Sticks!
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