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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Roxbury, WI

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    Population Density 51/sq mi

    #1 Roxbury

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    The small community of Roxbury in rural Wisconsin is a lovely place to explore with Fido. You can head out to Mazomanie Oak Barrens State Natural Area with your pal. Hike through the oak groves and sand prairie. The trailhead in the Black Hawk Unit is a great spot to check out in this wilderness area. Dogs are permitted in state parks provided you keep them on a leash up to 8 feet long. Another pawtacular place to investigate with your pooch is Phil’s Woods. This 37-acre rustic park offers hiking through woods and meadows. To bring your canine companion to county parks, you’ll need to get a permit and keep your pooch on a leash. Always remember to pick up any waste.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 81/sq mi

    #2 Prairie du Sac

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    Take about a 5-mile drive northwest from Roxbury to get to the community of Prairie du Sac. Here, you can treat Fido to some off-leash exercise at Shamrock Dog Park. For a small daily fee, you can let your pup run and explore this 2-acre fenced area that includes open fields, brush piles, and a watering station. Owners can relax on benches in the park or take a stroll along the quarter-mile perimeter trail or one of the other walking trails in the park. Make sure your pooch is up-to-date on rabies, distemper, and parvovirus vaccinations and is able to play well with others. Dog waste bags are provided for your convenience.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 33/sq mi

    #3 Marxville

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    You can treat your pup to some off-leash play time with other pups at Indian Lake Dog Park outside of Marxville. This rural community is a short 4.5-mile drive southeast of Roxbury. To visit this county park with Fido, you’ll need to obtain a permit. The off-leash area is near the boat launch in the park and provides pawtastic exercise for your pooch. You can also leash up and walk the Ice Age National Scenic Trail that winds through the park and along Indian Lake. When outside of the dog exercise area, keep your pal on a leash up to 8 feet long, and always be sure to pick up any messes.

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    Population Density 78/sq mi

    #4 Springfield Corners

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    Pack up your car and drive about 7.7 miles southeast of Roxbury to the neighborhood of Springfield Corners for a pawesome wilderness adventure with your pooch. Head over to the Waunakee Marsh State Wildlife Management Area. With 472 acres of undeveloped terrain, you and Fido will need to blaze your own trails as you explore forest, meadow, grassland, and marsh. Dogs are allowed in this state park provided they are kept on a leash no longer than 8 feet. If you’re on vacation and looking for a place to stay with your special pal, check out The Napping Farm. This AirBnB rental welcomes pets and can accommodate up to 6 people. 

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    Population Density 112/sq mi

    #5 Mazomanie

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    The neighborhood of Mazomanie, located about 9.7 miles southwest of Roxbury, offers some pupcredible outdoor opportunities for you and your pooch. Take Fido over to Mazomanie Bottoms State Natural Area to Explore the forest and sandbars in this 352-acre wilderness area. While you’re in the area, walk along Mazo Beach and let your pup wade in the water. Dogs are welcome in this state park provided you keep them on a leash up to 8 feet long and you pick up their waste. If you have a permit to bring your canine companion to county parks, you can get some exercise in Walking Iron County Park. This facility offers miles of hiking trails through woodland and restored prairie. Leash laws apply in county parks.

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