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Dog Areas in Spring Green

3 Parks
2 Trails
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Spring Green, WI really has it all -- a tight-knit, neighborly community with a real small-town vibe, close to nature and just thirty miles from Madison. The town was a summer retreat for famous architect Frank Llloyd Wright, and his innovative estate, Taliesin, sits right on the edge of town

Spring Green has another, stranger claim to fame, though -- it’s home to the House on the Rock, an almost fifty-year-old roadside attraction brought into the public consciousness by Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods and its recent Amazon TV adaptation. A visit to the house is widely held to be the one of the most surreal experience one can have while remaining on the right side of the law, featuring the world’s largest horseless carousel, a room full of antique music boxes, oddly perspective-altering corridors, a model of a three-story high sperm whale fighting what appears to be a Kraken, and thankfully, a zen garden where you can reorient yourself with reality.

There’s more to Spring Green than a monument to the weird and wonderful, though -- it’s also fantastically fur-friendly! The town has its own dog park, as well as a community park that’s just ideal for leashed walks, and there are some pawesome preserves nearby. No bones about it, you and your buddy are sure to have a grrreat time in Spring Green!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Spring Green

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    Population Density 3,195/sq mi

    #1 Spring Green Village

    You’d have to be barking mad not to take your buddy to Spring Green Dog Park! Centrally located in the town’s historic Spring Green Village neighborhood, this furrific off-leash area clocks in at a whole three and a hal acres -- there’s plenty of room in both the large and small dog areas for even the most hyperactive hound to blow off some steam. Not only that, but there’s even a small trail system for your pooch to sniff and explore. Bags and water are provided, so just bring your pup and prepare to play!
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    Population Density 3/sq mi

    #2 Tower Hill State Park

    Tower Hill State Park is a pawfect place for you and your fur-ball to get back to nature! The preserve is just across the river from Spring Green proper, and while it might not be the largest state park in Wisconsin, it’s still a great spot for a quick day hike. The short trails run through wooded wilderness, and cultured canines might get a kick out of exploring the ruins of the shot tower and smelter house. The views of the river from the tower itself aren’t bad either! Bug spray is a must in the summer, or you and your pooch will be scratching all the way home.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,111/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Spring Green

    Fancy a bit of a pick-me-up? Consider stopping in at Bird of Paradise Tea on Spring Green’s downtown Albany Street. You can check out work by local craftspersons and artists while you order something from their extensive tea menu, which features everything from run-of-the-mill Earl Grey to exotic blends like hibiscus and rooibos. Not only that, but their key lime pie is the stuff of local legend, and they cater to canines outside. Afterward, you and your pup can burn it all off with a leashed walk around North Park. Don't fur-get to bring water and waste baggies!
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    Population Density 45/sq mi

    #4 Spring Green Preserve

    Make no bones about it, if your pooch likes hiking, then a trip to Spring Green State Preserve is sure to leave them one happy hound! The 3.5-mile out-and-back trail here is a fabulous option for pups and owners looking for a longer walk, and the landscape is varied and fascinating -- Spring Green State Preserve is known as Wisconsin’s Desert, and believe it or not, you’ll find dunes, bluffs, and prickly pear at the northern end of the park. The rest of the land is pristine prairie carpeted with pretty, delicate wildflowers. Remember to bring bags and water!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 261/sq mi

    #5 Cross Plains


    If you and your buddy are looking for a little variety in your off-leash activities, why not drive down to Marxville and check out the mutts-visit Indian Lake Dog Park? This park is, paws down, one of the best in the whole area. There’s no separate small dog space, but the wide open area is ideal for a spirited game of catch, and if your pooch likes swimming, they’re in luck -- the off-leash area has stream access, and your furry friend is sure to have a whale of a time splashing about in the shallow waters. It’s well worth it to wander through the people side of the park too, where you’ll find an extensive trail system and some gorgeous lakeside views.

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