Known as the "Crossroads of the North," Spooner, Wisconsin includes seven developed parks, an off-leash dog park, and a state trail. You and your canine pal will find a variety of opportunities to get out and explore nature in this community. There are two veterinary clinics in town that offer medical and surgical services for dogs.
Take Fido on an outdoor adventure in the Beaver Brook Wildlife Area located about four miles south of Spooner. This 1,964-acre facility includes forested areas, wetlands, and class I streams for brook and brown trout. Hike through this expansive area with your pup. If you're visiting between April 15 and July 31, keep your furry friend on a leash.
When you want to go camping with your special pal, head about seven miles south of Spooner to the Red Barn Campground. In this 225-acre area, you and your pup can wander through the fields and woods or take advantage of the three miles of trails. Up to two dogs are allowed per campsite as long as they're kept on a leash and not left alone.
Another pupful campsite to visit with your pooch is the Shell Lake Municipal Campground. You can bring dogs here as long as you keep them on a leash or tether no longer than ten feet. Your furry friend can be in the campground and park but not on the swimming beach.
With so many outdoor activities to share with your special friend, Spooner is a fur-iffic place to be.