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Dog Areas in Port Washington, WI

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The city of Port Washington is the county seat of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, and it's home to nearly 12,000 people. Port Washington was named for the city's beautiful port, as well as after the country's first president, George Washington. Whether you're looking to eat, play, shop, camp, or so much more, Port Washington is the place to be. The historic downtown maritime district is a constant hub of activity, and it's a lovely place to walk with your dog on a leash. There are also beaches, lakeside parks, and plenty of recreational trails for you to explore with your dog. If you're looking for a place to grab a bite to eat where your dog can come along, there are several dog-friendly restaurants, too!

One such dog-friendly restaurant is the Dockside Deli on East Main Street. This casual and family-friendly restaurant allows guests to bring their dogs and join them at one of the outdoor tables. You can dine on breakfast and lunch dishes including three-cheese grilled cheeses, soups, salads, desserts, all while you take in stunning views of Lake Michigan. This is just one of many dog-friendly spots in and around Port Washington that you and your dog can enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Port Washington, WI

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    Population Density 96/sq mi

    #1 Harrington Beach

    Belgium is another town in Ozaukee County with a population of just over 2,000 people, and the eastern edge of the city is less than ten miles from Port Washington. That's where you'll find Harrington Beach State Park along the shore of Lake Michigan. The whole park sits on 702 acres, and it includes a mile-long beach, a 25-acre lake, miles of trails, and plenty of other spaces to enjoy. The park is open year-round from 6 AM to 11 PM, and there are designated areas of the park where your leashed dog is welcome to join you, including some parts of the beach.
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    Population Density 111/sq mi

    #2 Park Place

    Park Place is an area of northwestern Milwaukee, Wisconsin and it's less than a half-hour drive from Port Washington. This is where you'll find the Granville Dog Park, and many visitors remark this is the biggest dog park they've ever been to! Although this dog park is fenced, it feels as if you're exploring a forest and all of its intricacies without containment. You'll find creeks, grassy areas, hills, flat spaces, wooded areas, and several paths to explore with your pooch. There's also some agility equipment in the park, as well as drinking water, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas.
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    Population Density 9,613/sq mi

    #3 Grover Heights

    There's another dog park in Milwaukee you won't want to miss, and this one is near the eastern Milwaukee area known as Grover Heights. The off-leash park is a part of Estabrook Park, a 122-acre park with beer gardens, a skate park,  sports fields and courts, and hiking trails. The Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area is a three-acre space that has a large section for dogs of all sizes to interact, as well as a separate enclosure just for small dogs. There are pavilions and benches, drinking water and bowls, and waste disposal supplies in the dog park. A daily or annual pass is required to visit this dog park.
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    Population Density 1,331/sq mi

    #4 Southeast Mequon

    Mequon is another city in Ozaukee County, and it's less than a 20-minute drive south of Port Washington. In the city's southeastern corner, you'll find a pawesome park called Katherine K. Carpenter Dog Park. This expansive off-leash dog park is often referred to as the best dog park in the area (and it's free!), and it isn't hard to see why. Not only is there seemingly endless space to explore, but there's also no fencing surrounding the park, so you and your dog feel truly free. There are several trails to trek in the park, as well as various pieces of agility equipment, water stations, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas as well.
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    Population Density 385/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Grafton

    One of the closest dog parks to Port Washington is Muttland Meadows in southwestern Grafton, Wisconsin. It's less than ten miles from Port Washington, and this off-leash park is part of Lime Kiln Park. There are more than seven acres of space to explore here with your pooch, and this beloved dog park opened in 1981. Muttland Meadows doesn't divide dogs by their weight, so be prepared for your big dog to make some little friends. There are hills, trails, and fields to check out in this dog park, and it runs on the hard work and donations of volunteers. Be sure to bring your own water and dish when you visit.
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