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Dog Areas in New Berlin

Home to 39,000 Wisconsinites, the pet-friendliness is ‘pup-itable’ within the idyllic landscapes of New Berlin, Wisconsin! The historic city has earned its place among notable U.S. places packed with sights and smells for you and your dog! With over 845 acres of public parks and conservation areas, New Berlin has plenty of room for your dog to roam, on- and off-leash. On top of this, picturesque landmarks like Historic Coffee Street and the Jungbluth Greek Revival Farmhouse forge a bridge to the past for some furtastic sightseeing!

Dog owners have found a peaceful haven in New Berlin. There are more than 5 veterinary clinics here, as well as plenty of dog-friendly restaurants and everything else your doggo needs! One of the biggest highlights is the New Berlin Trail, a 7-mile trail that follows a railway abandoned in the 1890s. The trail is part of the Rails-to-Trails program which re-purposes old railroad trails into lovely walking trails for the whole family—two- and four-legged members included!

The pet friendliness doesn't end there in New Berlin. Whether you want to grab a few bites of Wisconsin Cheese Curds with your pooch, or lace up your boots for a hike into one of New Berlin's rustic nature preserves, this quaint city has it all!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Berlin

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    Population Density 3,421/sq mi

    #1 Monterey Park

    Looking for a quiet stroll with your pup? Monterey Park is a quiet, peaceful neighborhood that's as dog-friendly as it is well-maintained. Tucked within the neighborhood is the Stigler Nature Preserve. This is the place for the outdoorsy types. Your dog will love sniffing out the trees on this easy, mile-long hike. A creek flows through the preserve, filling the hike with relaxing sounds and offering a place for your dog to splash. After trudging up the cedar chips, you can grab a quick burger at Culver's, which serves up frozen custard and 'butterburgers, in an inviting atmosphere for doggos!
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    Population Density 305/sq mi

    #2 Westward Manor

    If you like neighborhoods that wave with one hand while holding a leash with the other, then look no further than Westward Manor. If Fido's feeling frisky, you can take the 7-mile New Berlin Trail, which starts in Westward Manor and ends in Waukesha, with plenty of scenic views of friendly faces and foliage along the way. For those who want a little more relaxation and a little less hike, you can let your dog run about in the 282-acre Greenfield Park, where the trail begins. The park has all the amenities for dogs and humans, like a family water park, bathrooms, and 18-hole golf course. After tearin' up the turf, you and your dogs can head over to Senor Luna for drinks and a great meal!
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    Population Density 771/sq mi

    #3 Greenfield Acres

    Looking to soak up some sun? The quiet Greenfield Acres neighborhood is just the place! The 5.7-acre Green Meadows Park is a wide-open field, prime for a great game of fetch or even a nice picnic. The park is dog-friendly and is also home to tennis courts and a playground. A quick drive up WI-441 lands you at Noodles and Company, where you can grab a bowl of any type of noodle from Pad Thai to Penne Rosa. Oh yeah, and your dog is welcome, too! Just don't forget to bring a leash and water bowl.
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    Population Density 1,939/sq mi

    #4 Karrington Woods

    Do you and your pooch need some retail therapy? Karrington Woods has shops ranging from your favorite department stores to local boutiques. If your dog's a Packer's fan, and you want to grab New Berlin's best burger and pizza, head over to Matty's Bar & Grille. The bar has live music that will have your pooch howling along with the entertainment in this dog-friendly bar and grille. Once you've had your fill, you can lounge or run it all off at the 15-acre High Grove Park. The park has a walking path, playground, and basketball court!
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    Population Density 5,319/sq mi

    #5 Historic Third Ward

    Do you love exploring the fashion and arts districts of the cities you visit? The Historic Third Ward has a little bit of everything, from renowned restaurants and boutiques to the award-winning Historic Third Ward Riverwalk, which offers a 20-block route through downtown. The Riverwalk runs through the Theater District with plenty of shops on the way. Also, look out for dog-friendly art events happening during your visit! After seeing the sights, you can grab some craft beer and Top Sirloin at Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery. Enjoy yourself, and don't feed too much gristle to your pup!
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