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Dog Areas in River Falls

22 Parks
5 Trails
2 Shops
1 Eatery
1 Groomer

If you're looking for a fur-iffic place for dogs in northwestern Wisconsin, check out River Falls. This lovely city is less than an hour from the Twin Cities in Minnesota, and it boasts over 20 parks and several trails. You and Fido will have your pick of outdoor opportunities here. There are two veterinary clinics in town where you can take your pooch for medical or surgical care.

One pawtastic mixed-use park in River Falls is River Hill's Park. This facility has a small open space to the east, wooded areas, and access to paved trails. Leash up your canine companion and stroll through the woods and along the river in this 66-acre natural area.

When you want to take your furry friend hiking, check out the Whitetail Ridge Mountain Bike Trail on Whitetail Boulevard. This 6.2-mile dirt pathway is popular with mountain bikers and hikers alike. Bring your leashed pup here to get out and explore nature together. 

After you get some exercise with your pooch, grab a bite at Bo's 'N Mine on South Main Street. This dog-friendly pub allows canines to join their owners at the outdoor tables. From parks to trails to a local pub, River Falls has a variety of pupful ways you can spend time with your special pal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in River Falls

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    Population Density 4,199/sq mi

    #1 Boulder Ridges

    Boulder Ridges is a quiet neighborhood in the northeast part of River Falls. This division features single-family homes on wooded lots. You and your pup will be able to get out and explore in Hoffman Park here. This 53-acre facility includes a picnic area and grill where you can enjoy an outdoor meal with your pooch, athletic fields, and trails. Go for a jog or hike on the Mound Park Trail that winds through wooded areas in this area. Dogs are permitted in the park as long as they're on a leash that's up to eight feet long. Remember to pick up after your pup.
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    Population Density 511/sq mi

    #2 Golfview

    The neighborhood of Golfview is a residential area that's bordered by the River Falls Golf Club on the east and a passive park complex on the west. In this community, you'll be able to leash up your pup and head to the Golfview Park area in the Cernohous Dentition Basin to get some exercise. There are two tracts of land on either side of the 35/65 bypass. Both the east and west side have soccer fields, open spaces, and wooded areas. You can bring dogs to this park as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than eight feet and you pick up their waste.
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    Population Density 4,377/sq mi

    #3 Rolling Hills Valley Quail

    In the neighborhood of Rolling Hills Valley Quail, pups and their owners have access to wooded areas and a mixed-use park where they can go exploring. Take your furry friend to De Sanctis Park, just north of West Division Street. Go hiking or running on the paved trail that meanders through this puptastic facility. Pack a snack and take a break with your canine companion at one of the picnic tables. Make sure you bring your own water and bags to pick up your pup's waste. Dogs are allowed in this area as long as they're restrained by a leash that's up to eight feet long.
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    Population Density 1,461/sq mi

    #4 Happy Valley

    In Happy Valley, at the north end of River Falls, you and your special pal will find quiet residential areas, a pedestrian/bike path, and a few parks. Take Fido to Larsen Park off Sorensen Avenue to wander along the trail that circles the hill in the center of the park. From here, you can join up with the Cemetery Road pathway. This paved pathway loops through Happy Valley and offers a 13.2-mile round trip. Make sure that you keep your pup on an eight-foot or shorter leash and that you stay to the right side of the trail to allow room for cyclists.
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    Population Density 8,442/sq mi

    #5 River Falls

    Located in the center of town, the neighborhood of River Falls includes residential areas, The University of Wisconsin-River Falls, and a pupful park and trail system. You can head over to Glen Park and roam through this 40-acre facility. Take your furry friend over to the swinging bridge and hop on the paved path. This trail connects to the Riverwalk Pathway to the north and the Kinnickkinnic River Trail to the south. Enjoy a hike or jog along the water with your pooch. Dogs are welcome to join you as long as you keep them on a leash that's up to eight feet long.
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