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Dog Areas in Pewaukee

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Pewaukee is a city in Waukesha County, Wisconsin with a population of nearly 15,000. The city wasn't officially incorporated until 1999, but its history dates far before that, and the Pewaukee Area Historical Society works hard to demonstrate the area's rich history at the Clark House Museum. While the museum may not be a dog-friendly place in town, there are several other spots in and around town that you and your dog can enjoy together.

There are paw-lenty of dog-friendly restaurants Pewaukee, so there's no need to leave your pooch at home when you head out for a bite to eat! If you're in the mood for Mexican food, check out Seester's Mexican Cantina on West Wisconsin Avenue. This casual Mexican eatery serves up classic Mexican dishes like tacos, burritos, nachos, and quesadillas, and you can enjoy your meal at one of their many outdoor, pet-friendly tables. If it's pizza you're craving, visit Park Avenue Pizza Co. This family restaurant was converted from an old theater over than 30 years ago, and the atmosphere and delicious food have made it a staple in the community. There are four outdoor pet-friendly tables at Park Avenue Pizza Co.

Once you've had your fill at one of the many dog-friendly restaurants in Pewaukee, it's time to head off to a dog park! There may not be an off-leash dog park right in town, but there are several nearby, so you and your dog will never be short of fun activities to do together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pewaukee

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    Population Density 111/sq mi

    #1 Park Place

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    The Granville Dog Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is just a little more than a 20-minute drive from Pewaukee. It's located in the neighborhood of Park Place, and it has something every dog can enjoy! Even though this sprawling park is fully fenced, you'll feel like you're in a wide-open space. There are hills, woods, grassy areas, agility equipment, and much more in the park. If you're in the mood to get a little exercise while your dog plays, you can walk the park's hills, or if you're seeking a lighter activity, you can sit on a bench and supervise your pooch. Before visiting the Granville Dog Park, you must purchase a Dog Exercise Area permit that is required to be attached to your dog's collar.
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    Population Density 9,613/sq mi

    #2 Estabrook Park

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    In under half an hour, you and your pooch can drive to the Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area on the eastern side of Milwaukee. This three-acre dog park includes a section just for small dogs, as well as a general area where dogs of all sizes can interact. Estabrook Park has other activities for the whole family to enjoy, including a disc golf course, playgrounds, sports fields, and a skate park. The dog park has sheltered seating areas, waste disposal items, and water bowls for your convenience. Like other dog parks in the area, you'll need to purchase a Dog Exercise Area permit and attach it to your dog's collar before you visit.
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    Population Density 606/sq mi

    #3 Minooka Park

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    The southeastern corner of Waukesha, Wisconsin is just a 15-minute drive from Pewaukee, and this is where you'll find the Minooka Dog Exercise Area. Many locals regard this as their favorite dog park, and they love how clean and well-maintained the big and small dog sections are. The park provides visitors with waste disposal items, but be sure to bring your own water. There are also walking trails and wooded areas in this large dog park, so you and your pup can both get a good walk in! There is a small daily fee to enter the park, and you also have the option to purchase a yearly pass. The entirety of Minooka Park is 579 acres, and it also includes activities like cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and a swimming beach.
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    Population Density 1,360/sq mi

    #4 Currie Park

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    Wauwatosa is a city in Wisconsin with a population of nearly 48,000, and it takes less than 20 minutes to drive there from Pewaukee. Currie Park is located in the northern part of the city, and in addition to a golf course and sledding hill, Currie Park even has its own dog park! The Currie Park Dog Exercise Area has big and small dog sections, and both areas have a double-gated entry system for increased security. Within the dog park, there are wide open areas for running around, as well as wooded areas and walking trails. There are picnic tables, doggy bags, and water bowls in the park, but be sure to bring your own water to fill the bowls. This park requires purchasing a daily pass or an annual Dog Exercise Area permit.
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    Population Density 1,308/sq mi

    #5 Nashotah Park

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    Nashotah is a small village in Wisconsin that's less than a 15-minute drive from Pewaukee. In the northernmost part of Nashotah, you'll find Nashotah Park. This 444-acre park includes a 17-acre dog park as well as miles of nature trails. The dog park has big and small dog sections, and both spaces are wide open and flat so you can see your dog at all times. Guests love how well-maintained this park is, and doggy bags are provided to ensure it's kept clean. Nashotah Dog Park has running water, so if you forget your own, no problem! As Nashotah Park is a county park, it requires a $3 daily entry fee.
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