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Dog Areas in McFarland

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Just a few minutes outside Wisconsin's capital city, McFarland, Wisconsin is a purrfect place to enjoy some quality time with your fur baby. Enjoy one of the many parks the city has to offer, or head to one of the neighboring communities for more nature-oriented fun. Should the need arise, McFarland has two veterinarians in town. Plus, there are more than 15 additional veterinarians in the surrounding area. 

Perhaps the best way to begin your adventure is at the seven-acre McFarland Dog Park, located on the southwest side of the city. This spacious, fully fenced park will allow your furry friend to burn off all their excess energy before you go about your fun-filled day. Plus, this park offers an additional fenced-in area designated solely for elderly and small dogs. There are also several trails forming a loop throughout the park, so you can get some exercise right alongside your furry friend. 

If you prefer to get outside city limits, you can also head just south of McFarland to Lake Kegonsa State Park, located on the northeast shore of Lake Kegonsa. This incredibly beautiful lake encompasses more than 3,200 acres and is more than 30 feet deep. In fact, the lake is left over from glaciers that passed through the areas many millennia ago. Enjoy hiking, fishing and even camping with your furry friend at this serene park.

As you can see, McFarland will make a great addition to your Wisconsin dog-friendly vacation.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in McFarland

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    Population Density 2,230/sq mi

    #1 Village of McFarland

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    Encompassing a good portion of central McFarland, the Village of McFarland neighborhood has lots to offer. Start by taking advantage of the area's numerous parks, including Woodland Estates, Cedar Ridge, Marsh Woods, and, of course, Indian Mound. The nine-acre Indian Mound Conservation Park is comprised of a wooded hillside with seven Indian burial mounds. There are surrounding walking trails for you and your pup to enjoy; just be sure to respect the area's history by keeping your furry friend on leash and cleaning up after them! Afterwards, head over to the McFarland House Cafe for fresh coffee and a variety of breakfast and lunch items. Your pup is welcome at any of the outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 2,230/sq mi

    #2 Lake Side

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    On the eastern side of McFarland you'll find the Lake Side neighborhood, which borders Lake Waubesa. Here in this neighborhood you'll find the incredible Babcock County Park. With its resident flocks of ducks and geese, you and your pup are sure to have lots of fun as you walk the paved trail alongside the water! You can even enjoy a picnic at one of the many picnic tables scattered along the trail. If you and your pup are a fan of camping, there is a small campground within the park as well. You can also enjoy canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding with your pup here as well. The pawssibilities are virtually endless!
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    Population Density 5,742/sq mi

    #3 Bay Creek

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    Just 15 minutes west of McFarland you'll find the Bay Creek neighborhood. This neighborhood is the purrfect place to continue your adventures. Trot over to Quann Park, one of the area's most spacious dog parks. Encompassing more than 55 acres, Quann Park is one of the largest fully fenced dog parks in the surrounding area. Take advantage of the park's varying landscape and explore grassy prairies and marsh/wetland areas with your pup. Plus, the park is adjacent to the Wingra Bike Path, another great dog-friendly option for your trip to McFarland. Quann Park also houses a community garden as well!
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    Population Density 6,250/sq mi

    #4 Capital Springs State Park

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    A short 10-minute drive southwest of McFarland will land you in the Highland Manor neighborhood, home of one of the area's best state parks: Capital Springs State Park and Recreation Area. The total area of the park is roughly 2,500 acres, and it offers both you and your furry friend endless fun. Take advantage of one of the many hiking trails around the park, or pack a picnic and enjoy it at one of the many scenic viewpoints in the park. You can also camp here if you wish. The Lake Farm Campground has more than 50 reservable sites for you and your pup to choose from. One thing's for sure: you won't want to miss out on the unparalleled Highland Manor neighborhood.
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    Population Density 3,037/sq mi

    #5 Waunona

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    Take a short 10-minute drive north of McFarland, and you'll find yourself in the charming and quaint Waunona neighborhood. This scenic little neighborhood borders Lake Monona, making it the purrfect place to go if your pup enjoys water-filled fun. Head to Esther Beach Park for your personal entrance to the pristine Lake Monona. Enjoy hours of water fetch-and-retrieve fun, or kick back and relax on the warm sandy shore. You can even pack a picnic to enjoy with your furry friend here as well!
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