Dog walking in Rice Lake

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Dog Walking in Rice Lake

With over 200 acres of park land and five trails, Rice Lake is a terrific place to bring Fido. Located in northwestern Wisconsin, you and your furry friend will have ample opportunity to get out and explore nature in this community. The city includes three veterinary clinics where you can bring your pup for regular checkups, annual vaccinations, or when they need medical attention.

One furr-ific place to get some exercise with your special pal is the Cedar Side Walking Trail. You and your pooch are welcome to walk or jog along this 2.5-mile paved pathway provided you keep him on a leash. Enjoy the scenery as you cross over three bridges and wander through wetlands in this beautiful area along the Red Cedar River.

If you want to enjoy a quiet picnic in the park with your four-footed friend, head to the Florence Shudlick Memorial Park on Hatten Avenue. This small parcel of land, located on the banks of the Red Cedar River, includes paved walkways and picnic tables. Remember to keep your canine companion on a leash while visiting the park.

Go exploring in the woods and along the water with your four-footed friend by heading over to Hiawatha Park on the northeastern shore of Rice Lake. There are some untamed footpaths in this 33.6-acre facility that you and your leashed friend can navigate together.

Whether you live in Rice Lake, or your just visiting with your dog, you and your canine companion shouldn't get bored here.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rice Lake

South Access

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
561 per sq. mi.

South Access

48

The South Access neighborhood of Rice Lake features the area's off-leash dog park. Treat Fido to some play time with other pups at the Rice Lake Dog Park. Let your pooch socialize and romp with four-footed friends in this enclosed area.  The park includes some picnic tables,  benches, a shelter, and cobbled pathways. Make sure you pick up any droppings. When you want some one-on-one time, take your canine pal over to Moon Lake Park and walk or jog along the trail that wanders past some ball fields and through wooded areas. Remember to keep your pal on a leash and under control while visiting this park.

Lakeshore Dr/Haugen Ave

36
Population Density
739 per sq. mi.

Lakeshore Dr/Haugen Ave

36

On the northern side of Rice Lake, the neighborhood of Lakeshore Dr/Haugen Ave offers some pupful areas to explore with Fido. Head to the Future Farmers of America Park to get some exercise and fresh air. This lovely little facility has 2.75 acres and includes some trails and bridges that wander through the woods and over wetlands. Check out the Bayfield Trail marker overlooking the rice fields. This landmark shows the site of an old American Indian trading trail. Dogs are allowed to investigate this park with you as long as they're kept on a leash and under control. Remember to clean up after your pup while you're here.

City Center

24
Population Density
2,062 per sq. mi.

City Center

24

In the downtown area of Rice Lake, there are some quiet parks where you and Fido can go to get some fresh air. Head over to Veterans City Park on Lakeshore Drive. Stroll on the path past the Veterans Memorial and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Further north in City Center, you'll find Eagle's Lookout. Located just north of the Cedar River on Rice Lake, this small green space has a walking path and picnic tables. Bring your four-footed friend and catch sight of bald eagles and other wildlife in this scenic setting. Make sure you keep your pup on a leash and clean up any droppings whenever you visit city parks.

Augusta St/S Wisconsin Ave

12
Population Density
4,043 per sq. mi.

Augusta St/S Wisconsin Ave

12

In the neighborhood of Augusta St/S Wisconsin Ave, you and Fido will be able to connect with the Wild Rivers Trail. This 104-mile crushed gravel trail stretches from Rice Lake to Superior and is open all year long. Take Fido for a hike on this path along the greenway that goes through Rice Lake. You can also head north out of town and enjoy the scenery and wildlife with your pooch. Dogs are permitted to accompany you on the trail as long as you keep them on a leash no longer than eight feet and you pick up any messes.

E Sawyer St/E Orchard Beach Lane

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Population Density
1,658 per sq. mi.

E Sawyer St/E Orchard Beach Lane

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In the neighborhood of E Sawyer St/E Orchard Beach Lane, you can explore some woods and wetlands with your pup at the Wolfinger Bird Sanctuary. This undeveloped parcel of land is bordered on two sides by Rice Lake, and it offers ample wildlife viewing opportunities. When you want to launch out on the water with your furry friend, head down to the Orchard Beach Boat Landing and Park on Lower Rice Lake. This small park has picnic tables, a dock, and walkways for you to enjoy with your pooch. Remember to keep your dog on a leash and under control while in area parks.