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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Spooner

      Northern Spooner

      4848
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      890 per sq. mi.

      Northern Spooner

      4848

      Northern Spooner is a pawtastic neighborhood for you and Fido. When you want to treat your furry friend to some off-leash play time with other canines, go to the Spooner Dog Park on Roundhouse Road. This fenced facility has some exercise equipment and benches. If you want to spend one-on-one time with your special pal, head east on Northland Drive to the Eastland Addition Park. After you get some exercise, grab a bite to eat at Spooner Market and Grill on Walnut Street. This casual establishment offers a range of home cooked menu options and allows dogs to join their owners at the outdoor tables.

      College St/Scribner St

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      299 per sq. mi.

      College St/Scribner St

      3636

      The neighborhood of  College St/Scribner St features a pupcredible park where you can get some exercise with your special pal. Head over to College Street Park with your four-footed pal. This 20-acre facility includes ball fields, wooded areas, trails, and more. Go hiking or jogging along the 1.2-mile trail that winds through the facility. From here, you can connect to a paved 1.4-mile pathway that links the elementary, middle and high schools together. After you stretch your legs, grab a table or bench and enjoy a picnic with your furry friend. Dogs are allowed to join you in the park provided you keep them under control with a leash and pick up any waste.

      Rocky Ridge/Elm

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      634 per sq. mi.

      Rocky Ridge/Elm

      2424

      The neighborhood of  Rocky Ridge/Elm St is a pleasant residential area that's close to a pupcredible campsite. Pack up your RV and take Fido about three miles west to the Highland Park Campground and RV Resort. This 90-acre facility, nestled by Cyclone Lake, offers boat rentals, a large open area, picnic tables, and a beach. Launch out on the water and go fishing with your pup. Take a walk along the lake shore or through the woods and enjoy the natural surroundings. At the end of the day, share a meal with your canine companion by the fire. Dogs are allowed to join you as long as they're kept on a leash and you clean up after them.

      Center City

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,055 per sq. mi.

      Center City

      1212

      Center City includes waterfront access and a lovely park that you and Fido can investigate together. Veterans Memorial Waterfront Park features a memorial to veterans, a fishing pier, benches, and picnic tables. Spend some time strolling along the water with your pup in this peaceful setting. Remember to keep your special pal on a leash and to pick up any droppings. If you're visiting Spooner and want to bring your pooch along, check out the Best Western Spooner Riverplace on Maple Street. For a small additional fee, you can bring up to two dogs weighing no more than 80 pounds each. Well-behaved animals can be left in the room when you go out.

      Randall Lake

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      607 per sq. mi.

      Randall Lake

      00

      Connect to a pawtastic trail in the neighborhood of Randall Lake, located on the southern end of Spooner. Head over to the Wild Rivers State Trail and go for a hike with your four-footed companion. This 104-mile compacted gravel and ballast pathway stretches north toward Superior and south toward Rice Lake. Venture out into the remote natural areas with your pooch. Catch view of wildlife as you walk through woods, past lakes, and over streams. Dogs are permitted on the trail as long as you keep them on a leash that's up to eight feet long and you pick up their waste.

      Northern Spooner

      4848
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      890 per sq. mi.

      Northern Spooner

      4848

      Northern Spooner is a pawtastic neighborhood for you and Fido. When you want to treat your furry friend to some off-leash play time with other canines, go to the Spooner Dog Park on Roundhouse Road. This fenced facility has some exercise equipment and benches. If you want to spend one-on-one time with your special pal, head east on Northland Drive to the Eastland Addition Park. After you get some exercise, grab a bite to eat at Spooner Market and Grill on Walnut Street. This casual establishment offers a range of home cooked menu options and allows dogs to join their owners at the outdoor tables.

      College St/Scribner St

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      299 per sq. mi.

      College St/Scribner St

      3636

      The neighborhood of  College St/Scribner St features a pupcredible park where you can get some exercise with your special pal. Head over to College Street Park with your four-footed pal. This 20-acre facility includes ball fields, wooded areas, trails, and more. Go hiking or jogging along the 1.2-mile trail that winds through the facility. From here, you can connect to a paved 1.4-mile pathway that links the elementary, middle and high schools together. After you stretch your legs, grab a table or bench and enjoy a picnic with your furry friend. Dogs are allowed to join you in the park provided you keep them under control with a leash and pick up any waste.

      Rocky Ridge/Elm

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      634 per sq. mi.

      Rocky Ridge/Elm

      2424

      The neighborhood of  Rocky Ridge/Elm St is a pleasant residential area that's close to a pupcredible campsite. Pack up your RV and take Fido about three miles west to the Highland Park Campground and RV Resort. This 90-acre facility, nestled by Cyclone Lake, offers boat rentals, a large open area, picnic tables, and a beach. Launch out on the water and go fishing with your pup. Take a walk along the lake shore or through the woods and enjoy the natural surroundings. At the end of the day, share a meal with your canine companion by the fire. Dogs are allowed to join you as long as they're kept on a leash and you clean up after them.

      Center City

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,055 per sq. mi.

      Center City

      1212

      Center City includes waterfront access and a lovely park that you and Fido can investigate together. Veterans Memorial Waterfront Park features a memorial to veterans, a fishing pier, benches, and picnic tables. Spend some time strolling along the water with your pup in this peaceful setting. Remember to keep your special pal on a leash and to pick up any droppings. If you're visiting Spooner and want to bring your pooch along, check out the Best Western Spooner Riverplace on Maple Street. For a small additional fee, you can bring up to two dogs weighing no more than 80 pounds each. Well-behaved animals can be left in the room when you go out.

      Randall Lake

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      607 per sq. mi.

      Randall Lake

      00

      Connect to a pawtastic trail in the neighborhood of Randall Lake, located on the southern end of Spooner. Head over to the Wild Rivers State Trail and go for a hike with your four-footed companion. This 104-mile compacted gravel and ballast pathway stretches north toward Superior and south toward Rice Lake. Venture out into the remote natural areas with your pooch. Catch view of wildlife as you walk through woods, past lakes, and over streams. Dogs are permitted on the trail as long as you keep them on a leash that's up to eight feet long and you pick up their waste.

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