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Dog Areas in Sturtevant

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Nearly 7,000 people call the village of Sturtevant, Wisconsin home. The village is a beautiful place to live and raise a family, and you're never far from all sorts of activities, including plenty of places for dog-friendly fun! Sturtevant doesn't have its own off-leash dog park, but there are a handful of parks in the village where your dog can join you for an on-leash walk. Right in the heart of Sturtevant, there's a place called North Park, and it's the pawfect place to spend a day with your family. Here, you'll find amenities like playgrounds and picnic pavilions, and your dog can join you here as long as he remains leashed.

If you'd like to take your dog to an off-leash park near Sturtevant, make the ten-minute drive to northwestern Racine, Wisconsin. This is where you'll find Johnson Dog Park, a 28-acre park that's a paradise for dogs and owners! This park is only fenced with natural boundaries, but with so much space to run and play, your dog will feel truly free in this scenic dog park. In addition to open fields and wooded areas, there are walking trails throughout the park and even a pond and a river where your dog can take a dip. Getting to know the Sturtevant area with your dog will be so much fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sturtevant

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    Population Density 2,403/sq mi

    #1 Kenosha

    Kenosha is a city in Wisconsin with a population of around 100,000 people, and you can drive there in less than 10 minutes from Sturtevant! North Kenosha is home to the Carlisle Family Dog Park, which is part of Petrifying Springs Park. You can pay between $2-3 for a daily pass or $20-25 for an annual pass depending on whether you're a resident of Kenosha or not. The park has a big dog section and a little dog section, as well as some agility equipment where your dog can impress all of their doggy friends with their special skills. Open every day from 7 AM to 10 PM, the park has lighting if you visit when the sun isn't up, and there's a paved parking lot as well.
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    Population Density 156/sq mi

    #2 Paddock Lake

    Another of Kenosha's great dog parks is located in the western quadrant of the city, and it takes about 20 minutes to get there from Sturtevant. The Harris Family Dog Park is found in Old Settlers Park at Paddock Lake, which is a 17-acre county park. In addition to the fenced, off-leash park, Old Settlers Park has sandy beaches, sports fields, picnic tables, playgrounds, and BBQ grills. The dog park is a wide open green space that includes colorful agility equipment. Like other Kenosha dog parks, you'll need to purchase a daily or annual pass to access the Harris Family Dog Park.
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    Population Density 1,016/sq mi

    #3 E. Oak St.

    In a little more than 20 minutes, you can drive from Sturtevant to north Oak Creek, Wisconsin and the Runway Dog Exercise Area. This large off-leash park has a general section where dogs of all sizes can interact and exercise, as well as a smaller fenced-in area reserved just for small dogs and puppies. There are a few paved loops throughout the park where you can walk along with your dog and watch them play in the tall grass. You'll also find picnic tables in the park, waste disposal stations, and several water bowls, but be sure to bring your own water just in case there's none available here. A permit is required to enter the park, and the fees go toward maintaining the park.
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    Population Density 1,919/sq mi

    #4 Duck Farm Forest Preserve

    Half an hour south of Sturtevant is the Duck Farm Dog Park in eastern Lake Villa, Illinois. Your pooch will never run out of space to explore at this 48-acre off-leash park, and they'll love all the friendly new pups they meet! This park doesn't divide its space into sections for big or little dogs; instead, dogs of all sizes can run and play with one another. There is a large loop surrounding the open field that is approximately a mile long where you can get your exercise right along Sparky. There are drinking fountains and waste disposal stations in the park, and you're required to purchase a daily or annual permit to enter.
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    Population Density 3,294/sq mi

    #5 Mount Pleasant

    Like Sturtevant, Mount Pleasant is a village in Racine County, Wisconsin with a population of around 26,000 people. It takes about 10 minutes to drive there from Sturtevant, and in the northeastern quadrant of the village, you'll find the Karen Nelson Memorial Dog Park. The dog park was dedicated in 2011, and it has since become a favorite spot for local dog owners and visitors alike. There are two separate sections for small dogs (under 25 pounds) and another section for big dogs. There isn't running water at this park, so be sure to bring your own. Waste disposal items are available here, though.
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