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Breanna
Reviewed by Lauren T. on 07/15/2017

"Breanna was great! Both the dogs did great with her, and she even cleaned up the leash when it accidentally got dirty."

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Dog Areas in Oregon, WI

9 Parks
9 Trails
3 Eateries
2 Groomers

Welcome to Oregon, Wisconsin, where pups and owners can enjoy the parks and scenic trails that this pawsome town has to offer. Settled in 1841 by Bartlet Runey, Oregon's first house was constructed by 1843. Back then, the small settlement was known as "Rome Corners," but when the Chicago and North-Western Transportation Company came through the village, their maps indicated the name "Oregon," and hence, the name was adopted. Today, this small community definitely boasts love for their furry companions, as there are five veterinarians and clinics in the area to respond to the needs of your pup when he’s not feeling so dog-tastic.

Take your pup for a stroll in Anderson Farm County Park, which offers 300-acres with plenty of paths to keep you and your dog busy for many walks and adventures. Benches along the trails and the scenic woods provide a paw-some outdoor experience and a sniff-tastic walk for your pup. The beauty of the trails will keep both of you anticipating what's around the next bend.

Oregon is great for dog-friendly eateries. Stop in for a cuppa at the Firefly Coffeehouse which also serves a variety of baked goods, sandwiches & soups. Come for a slice at the Pizza Pit, a casual pizzeria serving a variety of tasty Italian dishes including their specialty, the 4-Alarm Special. Cousin Subs will not disappoint when you order one of their East Coast-style subs. Each restaurant offers outdoor seating and welcomes your pup to join you. .

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oregon, WI

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    Population Density 5,237/sq mi

    #1 Jefferson Street

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    Enjoy a great day at Lerner Conservation Park as you stroll with your leashed pup around the lake or the park. The park has some beautiful green grassy areas that are well kept for some casual play with a ball or Frisbee for your pooch. Or your playful pup can take a swim in the lake on the warm days of summer. You'll love spotting the varied bird life that frequents the park and the water. You and your pup can enjoy a longer hike when you pick up the circular 28-mile Oregon Rotary Trail (A.K.A. Oregon to Badger State Trail Phase). Bring along a picnic and enjoy a little more time in the outdoors with your best friend.

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    Population Density 6,598/sq mi

    #2 Jaycee Park-Schools

    36

    Oregon Jaycee Park is an active and welcoming park next to the local high school. You and your pup will enjoy a sniff-tastic leashed walk through the park on the paved walking path. There’s a nice flat area with tall shade trees throughout, as well as restrooms and many picnic tables. Bring your Frisbee or rubber ball for Fido for a great workout. The park also includes a skate park, soccer fields, baseball diamonds, bike paths, and playgrounds; there's something for everyone. Load the kids and the pup for a great afternoon in the park. Bring along a picnic for a lovely afternoon.

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    Population Density 6,598/sq mi

    #3 South Perry Parkway

    24

    High Meadow Park offers a nice path around the park. Enjoy the beautiful trees and pond with your pup as you set out on your leashed stroll. Park benches are available throughout the park for a quick rest. Nearby, the Bethel Greenacre Park is a quiet, centrally located park that also features a sniff-tastic path for a leashed walk. Watch for the Bocce Ball players as you make tracks through this space. Don't miss Stone Ridge Park, a cute little well-maintained neighborhood park that features an extended walkway that meanders through the neighborhood. 

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    Population Density 5,237/sq mi

    #4 Whispering Oaks

    12
    Town Park in this Oregon neighborhood may be outside of the business district, but is definitely worth finding. The lush green space of the park provides an expanse of lawn for a scenic sniff-tastic leashed walk with your pooch. Big trees grow throughout the park to provide shade during the summer. The park is a great place for a walk on its 24 acres, and there's plenty of space for a great game of Frisbee or a series of fetching activities. Bring along the kids for some fun on the playground. Get more time outdoors by bringing along a picnic to enjoy at the tables.
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    Population Density 6,598/sq mi

    #5 Fahey Heights

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    Grab your leash and head to the Kennedy Park for a great walk with your pup. This large east side park is a popular location for youth soccer leagues and neighborhood children at play on the play equipment. You and your pup will enjoy the variety of trails throughout the various parts of the park. The biking and hiking trail goes through the park and leads to Kennedy Elementary School for a dog-tastic walk. The park meadow is planted with a variety of prairie plants, courtesy of neighborhood volunteers, and creates a sniff-tastic place to explore as you and Fido enjoy the park.
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