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Dog Areas in New Richmond, WI

19 Parks
5 Trails
1 Groomer

Known as "The City Beautiful," New Richmond is a wonderful community in St Croix County. With an extensive network of trails and 217 acres of both active and passive park land, you and Fido will have ample opportunity to get out and explore nature in this city.

When you're looking for a quiet place to go walking or jogging with your four-footed pal, head to the Doar Prairie Savana. This 14.6-acre restoration area features prairie grasses and wildflowers. You and your leashed companion can roam through the fields or use the paved pathways that wind throughout the park. 

Head about four miles east of downtown with your furry friend to explore a puptastic area. The Betterly Waterfowl Production Area is a 485-acre nature preserve. Wander through the wetlands and grasslands and view the abundant wildlife. Dogs are welcome to join you as long as they're on a leash and you pick up their waste. Don't let Fido harass any of the wildlife that calls this area home.

If you're looking for a dog-friendly eatery where you can share a meal with your best fur-iend, you won't have much luck here, unfortunately. However, you'll find more than enough op-paw-tunities to spend some time in nature with your best friend in New Richmond, so lace up your best walking shoes, pack all the essentials, and start exploring!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Richmond, WI

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 287/sq mi

    #1 City Center

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    City Center in New Richmond is a pawesome place to visit with Fido. Head over to Hemenway Park with your companion and walk along the pond in this open green space. There are benches and picnic tables where you'll be able to enjoy a snack with your pup. If you're looking for a trail where you and your pooch can get some exercise, head up to Mary Park. This 9-acre facility has a paved pathway. Follow the trail as it winds around the lake, some open fields, a playground, and picnic areas. Remember to keep your furry friend on a leash and to pick up any waste when visiting city parks.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 565/sq mi

    #2 Paperjack Dr/S Knowles Ave

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    The neighborhood around Paperjack Dr/S Knowles Ave is a lovely area to go exploring with your special pal. Start by heading to Paperjack Park on 11th Street. This 6.4-acre facility has open fields, an area where you can have a picnic, and paved walking trails. You and your canine companion can stretch your legs on the pathway, or you can follow the park east to connect with the Paperjack Nature Way. Here you'll have an additional 16.3 acres to investigate with your pup. Dogs are allowed to join you in both facilities provided that you keep them on a leash and clean up their messes.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 174/sq mi

    #3 N Knowles Ave/N 4th St

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    When you want to take your four-footed friend on a pawmazing trail, head north to the neighborhood of N Knowles Ave/N 4th Street. This area includes the Hatfield Lake Trail, a paved pathway that stretches from Hatfield Ball Park to the Freedom Park Trail Loop.  The loop continues along the western shore of Hatfield Lake. Combined, the two trails provide 3.4 miles of paved pathways for you to hike or jog with your pooch. Dogs are allowed to accompany their owners in the park and on the trails, provided that they're kept on a leash and that you pick up their waste.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,058/sq mi

    #4 New Richmond

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    In the heart of New Richmond, you and Fido will find the start of the Rail Bridge Trail. This popular, paved path wanders through residential neighborhoods and open spaces as it crosses Paperjack Creek. The trail ends at West Richmond Way in the southwest corner of the city. You're likely to meet up with others on this well-used trail. If you want a relaxing stroll, head to Monette Park and wander through the woods and past the ball field. Dogs are permitted to join you on the trail and in the park as long as you keep them on a leash and clean up after them.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 129/sq mi

    #5 W 8th St/125th St

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    When it's time to treat your pup to some free play time, head about three miles northwest of town to the New Richmond Area Off-Leash Dog Park. With 11 acres of fenced land, this pawtastic park offers ample space for Fido to romp with other canines. There are mowed trails, a sheltered area, and benches in this facility. You can hike along the trails or sit and watch your pooch enjoy a little social time. Dogs need to be up to date on rabies vaccinations and have a county or city license. There is a small annual fee for using the park. Make sure you pick up your pooch's waste.
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