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Dog Areas in Stevens Point

17 Parks
3 Trails
11 Shops
9 Eateries
5 Groomers

Stevens Point is a picturesque place to be, resting at the point where McDill Pond and the Wisconsin River connect, with thick forests surrounding the area. The city's nickname is "Gateway to the Pineries", where prairies and fields border the northern border of the city, offering wide open spaces for farmland and parks. Most of the parks incorporated from the old lands are dog-friendly and provide Fido a great place to run around.

Stevens Point's largest and most popular park is known as Standing Rocks Park, which features over 524 acres of recreational and undeveloped land meant for skiing, hiking, golf, fishing, and multi-use fields for ballgames. The park has picnic tables, multiple pavilions, and a dog exercise area, where dogs can run around off-leash. The exercise center is huge, with over 32 acres of open land for exploration, hiking, and playing. There's sitting areas, picnic pavilions, water fountains, clean-up stations, and trash bins available from 6 AM to 11 PM.

A way to get really close to nature for dog walkers is the Tomorrow River State Trail, a 29-mile trail make from gravel and crushed stone, with scenic views of the surrounding glacial terrain and farmland. The trail is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and has benches and trash bins along the way.

When you're done, head to the city's three animal hospitals, or the dog-friendly restaurants like Cousins Subs or Main Grain Bakery. Wherever you head to, you and Fido will sure to love it.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stevens Point

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,154/sq mi

    #1 Plover

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    The Plover neighborhood is a small area on the southwestern side of town, bordered by the Wisconsin River. Resident pups have the best place to head to in the Stevens Point Dog Park. The park has over 30-acres of prairies and open fields, all fenced-in and lined with trees. There is a small dog area, double-gated fences, clean-up stations, and water fountains that are available from 6 AM to 11 PM. Another popular place in the neighborhood is Mead Park, a waterfront park with something for everyone. There's enclosed tennis courts, a playground, restrooms, a baseball field, water fountains, and benches. Pups have to be on a leash while inside the park, and cleaned up after.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,674/sq mi

    #2 North Side

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    The neighborhood of North Side is in the northern corner of the city, with pretty views of the river and surrounding woods. Right on the river is Bukolt Park, a 56-acre area that provides a pleasant place to either walk or play with Fido. With plenty of amenities, park goers can enjoy boating, fishing, ball games, and picnicking. Leashed pups can play in the open areas, or can walk the .8 miles of the Green Circle Trail that cuts through the park. For something a bit more relaxing, the Stevens Point Sculpture Park is dog-friendly and has trails that wind through over 20 acres of wooded and open fields, featuring exhibits by local artists.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,117/sq mi

    #3 Stevens Point Center

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    Stevens Point Center is the busiest neighborhood in town, with a large urban center and an active shopping district. Among the crowded area is a large park for pups and humans called Goerke Park. The park has 28 acres of land that features lighted baseball diamonds, multi-use fields, 6 enclosed tennis courts, paved walkways, and sitting areas. Dogs are welcome in the closed-off tennis courts and baseball fields as long as no one is using it, and can walk on the paths or play in the open fields as long as they remain on a leash. Additional features include water fountains, restrooms, clean-up stations, and benches.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,657/sq mi

    #4 Shaurette

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    The neighborhood of Shaurette is just outside of the downtown area, and features rows of suburban homes. The peaceful area of Emerson Park is a great place to go for a walk or play, and allows pups inside as long as they remain on a leash. The open area has a well-kept open area with shaded sitting areas, a playground, paved walkway that encircles the park, water fountains, and benches. On the south side of the neighborhood is the Veteran's Memorial Park, a small but beautiful park with a small memorial, paved trails, lots of shade, and an open space to play with Fido. Additional features include water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,141/sq mi

    #5 Main St/ Water St

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    The neighborhood of Main Street and Water Street is on the southern side of the city, right along the Wisconsin River. On the water's edge lies Pfiffner Pioneer Park, a scenic park with views of the water and neighboring fields. The park has a shaded trail that is made from concrete and rests along the river, with access to a picnic pavilion, open areas, a playground, and gazebo. The park is dog-friendly and does not require pups to be on a leash, although the area is not fenced-in. Also in the neighborhood is a small shop called The Companion Shop, Inc, which sells different accessories, foods, and toys for your pup. The shop itself is dog-friendly, although your pup must remain on a leash inside the shop.
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