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Dog Areas in Stoughton, WI

17 Parks
3 Trails
3 Shops
1 Eatery
3 Groomers

Stoughton is a small town about 19 miles southeast of Madison. This quaint Wisconsin town is rich with flavor stemming from its Norwegian heritage. It’s best known for its annual celebration of the Norwegian Independence Day called Syttende Mai in the spring. Stoughton is also known as the birthplace of the coffee break. Leash up your pup and cruise Stoughton’s Main Street. The downtown area is lined with historic buildings, restaurants and specialty shops.

Stoughton’s off-leash dog area, the Viking Dog Park, will be your pup’s new favorite hangout. This fenced-in area that’s part of the Viking County Park has walking paths, runways for a game of fetch, dog beaches and a pier. There is also a picnic area within the dog park. Leashed dogs are welcome in the main area of Viking County Park, too. There’s shoreline fishing and a canoe launch, as well as hiking and biking trails. Annual and day passes are available for a small fee.

If you are just visiting Stoughton and need a place to stay, the Days Inn Stoughton is happy to host you and your furry friend. In the event that your pet needs medical attention or just a yearly check-up, Stoughton has five veterinary clinics to care for your furry friend.

Whether it’s your home or you’re just visiting, you’ll see why so many pups give Stoughton the wag of approval.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stoughton, WI

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    Population Density 4,270/sq mi

    #1 Virgin Lake Estate

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    Leash up your pup and get ready to enjoy some of Stoughton’s most beautiful parks in the Virgin Lake Estate neighborhood. Virgin Lake Park has seven acres of open space that includes sports fields, picnic areas, restrooms and a playground. The park provides access to the Virgin Lake wetlands, plus a trail that runs from Virgin Lake to Jackson St. near Paradise Pond. Just across Roby Rd. from Virgin Lake Park, you can explore two more grassy acres at Howard Heggestad Park. The walking paths there are a great place for a jaunt with your dog. Remember to bring a leash, drinking water and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 3,117/sq mi

    #2 Milwaukee Street

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    Stroll through Stoughton’s Milwaukee Street neighborhood with your leashed pup and see why so many dogs and their owners love going for walks in this area. Lowell Street Park is a puptastic place for a picnic. This 6-acre park has lots of room to sniff and explore, plus sports fields, a bike trail and a children’s play area. The neighborhood’s Veteran’s Memorial Park is a wooded, scenic 4-acre waterfront park located on beautiful Stoughton Millpond 429 on the Yahara River. There’s a playground, picnic area, tennis court and a sledding hill for wintertime fun. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 626/sq mi

    #3 SW Stoughton

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    There’s sure to be lots of tail wagging in the SW Stoughton neighborhood. This residential area has lots of mature trees and pleasant places to walk with your leashed pup, especially Westview Ridge Park. The park’s five acres has a pond, lots of open grassy fields, and a paved path around the perimeter that is a pawsome walking route. Westview Ridge Park also has a picnic area, soccer field, basketball court and a playground. The SW Stoughton neighborhood is also home to the Pleasant Hill Heights Park, another great spot for a picnic with Fido. Remember to bring a leash, drinking water and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 2,314/sq mi

    #4 The Lincoln Ave / Roby Rd

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    Pups of all shapes and sized can agree, this neighborhood in Stoughton is a furrific place for a stroll. Leash your dog and visit Schefelker Park, which has 10 acres of open grassy areas mixed with beautiful mature trees. There’s lots of pawsome spots for a picnic in the grass or at the covered tables. Schefelker Park also has a paved walking path and a playground. If you need even more places to explore with your leashed dog, the neighborhood’s Norse Park is just a few blocks away. Norse Park has 7.75 acres of open fields, a playground, tennis and basketball courts and an ice skating rink in the wintertime. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 668/sq mi

    #5 Sunnyside - Lake Kegonsa

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    You and your pup will love the Sunnyside - Lake Kegonsa neighborhood for its Lake Kegonsa State Park. At 342 acres, you and your leashed dog will have tons to explore on the shores of this big beautiful lake. The park has pet-friendly hiking trails and campgrounds, but perhaps most important of all, the park has a fur-iendly swim area! While at the dog beach, check out the .5-mile Lakeshore Trail that follows the shoreline for even more fun! There are restrooms, a changing house and a water fountain located near the pet-friendly beach, as well as a picnic area where dogs are welcome. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags. Hungry? Drive or boat over to Springers On The Lake restaurant where dogs are welcome in their covered outdoor seating area with lake views!
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