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Dog Areas in Powers Lake

Powers Lake is an area in the town of Wheatland in Kenosha County, Wisconsin. It is home to fewer than 2,000 people, but it's conveniently located near bigger cities like Lake Geneva and Kenosha, so you're never far from an abundance of amenities. Powers Lake was incorporated in 1909, and to this day, its economy consists of ranching and agriculture. In addition to many active clubs and organizations, Powers Lake is also home to shops, motels, gas stations, and a grocery store. There's also a veterinary office in Powers Lake, so your pets will always be well taken care of! 

There isn't an off-leash park in Powers Lake, but you'll have your pick of several that are only a short drive away. Just 20 miles south of Powers Lake is the Bull Valley Dog Park in Woodstock, Illinois. This seven-acre off-leash park opened in 2014, and it often hosts special events for dogs and their humans, including Halloween parties so your dog can show off their costumes! You'll find seating, shade, and waste disposal supplies at the park, but be sure to bring your own water. A permit is required to visit this park, with different rates for residents and visitors. This is just one of many pawfect dog parks near Powers Lake!

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    Population Density 486/sq mi

    #1 N Fairfield

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    The Lakewood Dog Park in Wauconda, Illinois is less than 30 miles from Powers Lake. You'll find it in the southeastern corner of the city, and this off-leash dog park is part of the 2,835-acre Lakewood Forest Preserve. The dog park is massive at 66 acres, with something to please every dog and every owner. There are open fields, meadows, wooded trails, and swimming areas. No matter what your dog likes to do, they'll find the space to do it at Lakewood Dog Park! There are also gazebos, picnic tables, waste disposal supplies, and water fountains in the dog park. You must purchase a daily or annual park pass to visit.
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    Population Density 1,274/sq mi

    #2 Northeast Salem

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    Northeast Salem, Wisconsin is less than a 20-minute drive from Powers Lake, and this is where you can find the Harris Family Dog park at Old Settlers Park on Paddock Lake. Old Settlers Park is a 17-acre park, and in addition to the dog park, there's a beach, playgrounds, sports fields, and barbecue and picnic facilities. The off-leash area is about two acres, and your dog can interact with dogs of all sizes in this space. You'll find agility equipment, seating, waste disposal items, restrooms, and water at the park. A small daily fee is required to visit the park, but you can also purchase an annual pass.
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    Population Density 954/sq mi

    #3 Duck Farm Forest Preserve

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    The Duck Farm Dog Park in eastern Lake Villa, Illinois is 20 miles southeast of Powers Lake. At 48 acres, this may well be one of the biggest dog parks you and Sparky ever see! With as much space as there is in this dog park, there's room for dogs of all sizes to play, so there's no separation of dogs by weight at the Duck Farm Dog Park. You and your dog can play in the open fields, walk through the forest, trek a trail, or your dog can take a dip in one of several creeks throughout the park. Drinking fountains and doggy bags are provided by the park, and a permit is required.
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    Population Density 1,061/sq mi

    #4 Northeast McHenry

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    If you drive 15 miles south of Powers Lake across the border into McHenry, Illinois, you'll end up at the McBark Dog Park. It's located in the northeastern quadrant of town, and this off-leash dog park sits on four acres. Within these four acres, there are big and small dog sections, and each area has a double-gated entry system. There's a water fountain for humans and pets, as well as waste disposal items, a crushed limestone walking path, and seating throughout the park. Like most other parks in the area, a membership fee is required to obtain an electronic key card for park access.
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    Population Density 336/sq mi

    #5 North Twin Lakes

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    Twin Lakes is a village in Kenosha County with a population of around 6,000 people, and it's just five minutes from Powers Lake. In northern Twin Lakes, there's a place called the Warren Close Bark Park at KD Park. This off-leash area has big and small dog areas, and it's situated on a big hill so your dog will get extra exercise racing up and down. Make sure you bring your own water and water bowl when you visit Warren Close Bark Park! A permit is required to visit the dog park, and your dog is also allowed in many other areas of KD Park if they're on a leash.
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