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Dog Areas in Neenah

17 Parks
1 Trail
17 Shops
7 Eateries
4 Groomers

Neenah is a gorgeous waterway city in Wisconsin, 40 miles south of Green Bay. The city is on the shores of Lake Winnebago, Little Lake Butte des Morts, and the Fox River, offering a number of different water adventure and sports. There's plenty to fo on the mainland too, from shopping to eating, and 367 acres of developed parks to play in. As a bonus, most of the parks are dog-friendly too, offering plenty of space to play and amenities!

The get the most of the watery areas of Neenah with Fido, head out to Riverside Park. The popular park offers luscious green space and dense trees with on the water, with 1.9 miles of paved walkways that follow along with the water and connect to a large pavilion, restrooms, a playground, picnic space, fishing piers, and a boat launch. Dogs do have to remain on a leash, but still have access to water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.

If you or Fido aren't a fan of the water, Washington Park offers a quiet park to nestle into far from it. The park is backed by trees, with a well-maintained lawn, looping paved trails, and recreational fields. There are enclosed tennis courts and a fenced-in baseball field that are friendly to pups, along with a playground, picnic tables, and water fountains.

Neenah offers more than just water sports and fishing, but also provides 3 veterinarians and other dog-friendly parks like Cook park, Great Northern Park, and Memorial Park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Neenah

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    Population Density 3,481/sq mi

    #1 South Doty Island


    South Doty Island is a neighborhood on the southern half of Doty Island, filled with rows of residential homes surrounded by water. Right on the water is Doty Park, a 9.25-acre park os green space with over 1200 feet of shoreline. The cute park has open space, shaded trails, and paved walkways that connect to a variety of amenities. Not only does Fido get the space to roam around and play, but additional amenities are available too, like a boat launch, a shelter, public restrooms, water fountains, clean-up stations, picnic tables, and 5 tennis courts. Be sure to keep your pup leashed.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,441/sq mi

    #2 Neenah Paper

    Neenah Paper is a long and narrow neighborhood, stretching from the shopping district to cover the peninsula on the east side of the city. On the edge of the peninsula is Kimberly Point, a small 3.50-acre park that has a nice view of Lake Winnebago and Fox River. Trees cover the parklands, covering paved walkways and other amenities like picnic tables with grills, restrooms, open space, and a playground. Inside the city is Green Park, a closer park to the shopping area of the area and although smaller, still has a nice open area with shaded sitting areas and a paved trail to walk on for leashed pups. Additionally, there is a playground, water fountains, benches, restrooms, picnic tables, soccer fields, and enclosed tennis courts.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,526/sq mi

    #3 Arrowhead Park

    Arrowhead Park is a close-knit neighborhood in the northwest corner of the city, with waterway views and rows of residential homes. On the water is Arrowhead Park, a larger park in the city that takes up over 26.65. Open fields make up the park, with gorgeous views of the water that can be seen from a paved greenway that follows along the water. The path continues to loop around the park, connecting to dog-friendly features like a pavilion, picnic tables, a playground, and open space to play in with your pup. Inside the neighborhood is Greenes Pour House, a dog-friendly pub and grub establishment with American courses and craft beer. Besides the good food, there are dog-friendly seats outside and complimentary water for your pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 621/sq mi

    #4 Adella Beach

    Adella Beach is an open neighborhood on the south side of the city, with many beaches, wooded areas, and residential homes right on the water. The park to be at in this neighborhood is Mahler Park, thanks to its open space and recreational fields, which hosts two fenced-in baseball fields, soccer fields, and basketball courts. Dogs can play in the enclosed fields as long as no teams are playing, or can run around in the open fields, walk on the paved walkways, play around the playground, or enjoy other features like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins. Dogs do have to be on a leash at this park, but can play anytime since the park is open 24 hours a day.
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    Population Density 3,024/sq mi

    #5 South Park

    South Park is a pretty community on the edge of the city, along the eastern shoreline of the lake with views of the lake and a pretty cove leading to it from the mainland. Close to the water is Wilderness Park, a natural area with a few developed features and scenic views of the water. The park itself has an open field, surrounded by dense trees for privacy and shade, with picnic tables and benches scattered throughout the park. When playing with your pup at the park, you do not need to keep them on a leash, but will need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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