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Dog Areas in Menomonee Falls

16 Parks
1 Trail
8 Eateries
10 Groomers
Menomonee Falls is a beautiful village in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Known for being the most populous village in Wisconsin, Menomonee Falls features the lovely Menomonee River that flows right through the community. Follow the river to the gorgeous Menomonee Falls, from which the town got its name, as they plummet down south of the bridge at Main Street. This specatular area is home to lots of resident pups too, and with 10 pawsome veterinarians right in town, its obvious that dogs here are the lucky ones!

Take advantage of the other beautiful parks and trails that Menomonee Falls has to offer, and take your furry pal to Rivers Edge Park. This lovely park features a gravel hiking path that is popular among dog walkers, and another path that circles around a small lake. The park is also set up next to the Menomonee River where you and Fido can enjoy terrific views.

If Fido would rather have a chill day and grab some food, check out Ally's Bistro. This dog friendly restaurant welcomes your pup to dine with you, and offers soups, wraps, sandwiches, and more. Your pup will love to spend a relaxing day by your side grabbing a delicious meal before heading home or off to a park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Menomonee Falls

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,549/sq mi

    #1 River Lands Circle

    Take Fido out to the park and enjoy a great afternoon of trail walking and exploring. The Lime Kiln Park offers a great multipuprose trail that you and your furry friend can walk around together. If you get tired on the way, there are benches along the path for you to relax on. The park is surrounded by trees to help provide shade, and there is even a small bridge that goes over a creek. Lime Kiln Park is also home to the Menomonee Falls, a fabulous site to see and a must on any pup's list. Don't forget your clean-up bags when you visit.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 313/sq mi

    #2 Grandview Estates

    Grab Fido and head into the Grandview Estates neighborhood where you and your furry companion can grab a delicious bite to eat together. Grinderville Grinders and Pizza is a casual joint that offers a wide selection of sandwiches and pizza for you and Fido to choose from. Culver's serves signature Butterburgers and Wisconsin cheese curds, and serves an array of different delicious foods like chicken sandwiches and hearty soups. Both of these great eateries offer dog-friendly patios and welcome Fido to join you for a tasty meal. Don't forget to bring water along in case Fido needs some while you're out.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,827/sq mi

    #3 Bayside

    Ten miles out of Menomonee Falls is the Community Bark Dog Wash and Coffee Bar in Milwaukee. This pawsome establishment welcomes Fido to join you inside of their establishment for a delicious cup of coffee while you relax. Besides a great coffee shop they offer a store to buy treats, toys, or accessories for your pup.  If you and Fido are in need of food, then stop into Cosi where you can grab a delicious sandwich, soup, or salads an enjoy them at one of their dog-friendly tables on their patio. You and Fido will have a great day of shopping and eating while in Milwaukee.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,413/sq mi

    #4 Muirwood

    Head over to Brookfield to check out the Mitchell Park Off Leash Dog Park, only nine miles out of Menomonee Falls. This dogtastic park has tons of green grass for Fido to run and play fetch on, trees for shade, and a creek to splash around in. The park also includes a walking trail that you and Fido can walk along together. Be aware that when you come to this park, there are no fences to keep Fido safe and secure, so be sure he responds to commands before you take off the leash. Also, don't forget to bring water for Fido to stay hydrated.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,125/sq mi

    #5 Sunset Industrial park

    The Currie Park Dog Exercise Area in Wauwatosa is only eight miles out of Menomonee Falls, and a great spot to take Fido for some off-leash fun and socializing time. Before entering the park, you are required to pay either a daily or annual fee, and your pup needs to be up to date on all vaccinations, as well as be licensed. The park offers a great grass area for fetch, a wooded area for exploring, walking trails, and water dishes. Currie Park even has clean-up bags in case of emergencies when you forget yours. The park is double gated to help keep Fido even more safe when visiting.
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