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Dog Areas in Plymouth, WI

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The city of Plymouth, nestled along the Mullet River in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, is home to more than 8,000 people. Plymouth has thriving industries, great schools, and a variety of housing to suit any living situation. Part of what makes Plymouth's industries so strong is the fact that 10-15% of the country's cheese is processed in town. Plymouth has even been named the "Cheese Capital of the World," which the town has proudly trademarked. Whether you're looking for a great place to start a business, raise a family, or visit, Plymouth has it all! And of course, there are all sorts of dog-friendly activities in and around town.

You and your pooch can pop into Sweet Basil on Walton Drive for a bite to eat at one of their dog-friendly tables. Sweet Basil's menu has a variety of American and Italian dishes, and you can choose from items like Tuscan meatloaf, fried goat cheese, stuffed portabella, wild mushroom flatbread, spinach salad, and so much more! Every Friday, they also host a Fish Fry and serve lightly breaded walleye with coleslaw and french fries. Sweet Basil prides itself on using the freshest ingredients, providing excellent service and a comfortable atmosphere, and it's one of several places in and around Plymouth you're welcome to enjoy with your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Plymouth, WI

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 3,570/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Plymouth

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    When you're looking for a dog-friendly place to grab a slice of pizza in Plymouth, visit Deo's Pizza Pub on East Mill Street in the town's center. There are 50 outdoor seats at this casual eatery where your pet can hang out by your side while you enjoy your meal. Deo's menu includes a variety of custom pizzas and so much more! You can pick from appetizers like won-ton mozzarella sticks, potato boats, or Tennessee chicken hot wings. They also have sandwiches, burgers, wraps, and kids' food on their extensive menu. After your meal, you and your dog can walk for a few minutes and arrive at Huson Park. This 2.4-acre city park is a lovely place to stroll with your dog on a leash.
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 235/sq mi

    #2 North Plymouth

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    The Old Plank Road Trail is a stunning 17-mile trail that runs through Sheboygan County, and a significant portion of it stretches across northern Plymouth. This asphalt trail is a beautiful place to walk with your dog on a leash, and it's also popular with inline skaters, cyclists, horseback riders, and cross-country skiers. It's one of 1,600 trails across America which were created from previously abandoned railway lines. Some sections of this trail can prove to be quite challenging, as they run over hills that were formed from glacial shifting thousands of years ago -- be sure to wear good walking shoes!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 540/sq mi

    #3 South Grafton

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    Grafton is a village in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin that's home to about 12,000 people, and the southern tip of the city is a half-hour drive from Plymouth. Lime Kiln Park is situated along the Milwaukee River, and within this park, there's a pawesome off-leash park that you and Fido would be barking mad to miss! Muttland Meadows has more than six acres of space for your dog to explore, and in this fenced-in enclosure, there are open fields, wooded areas, hills, and trails to check out. There are water bowls situated throughout the park, but visitors are asked to bring their own water.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,111/sq mi

    #4 Maritime Dr

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    In about 45 minutes, you and your dog can drive to the eastern edge of Manitowoc, Wisconsin along the shore of Lake Michigan. This is where the Marina Retention Area Dog Park can be found, and it's an off-leash area where big and dogs share the same space. The space is fully enclosed, and within the fence, you'll find well-maintained grass, paths, and picnic tables. One of the things that make this dog park so special is the incredible views of Lake Michigan you'll get from here. You'll also get to spot a scenic lighthouse during your visit! Doggie bags are provided by the park, but be sure to bring your own water.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 690/sq mi

    #5 Cedar Grove

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    There's another pawfect dog park in Manitowoc, and this one is also a 45-minute drive from Plymouth. The Indian Creek Park is a 46-acre park next to Little Manitowoc River, and it's home to a natural spring, hiking trails, a disc golf course, and a dog park. The Indian Creek Dog Park is an expansive area where dogs are free to roam off-leash, but be advised that the area isn't entirely fenced. In 2016, local students fundraised to have an agility course built in the park, and it's been a popular feature ever since. If your dog loves to swim, there are areas in the park where they can take a dip.
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