Dog walking in Wales

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Dog Walking in Wales

More than 2,500 people live in the village of Wales in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The town was first settled by Welsh immigrants in 1840, and Welsh culture plays a vital role in the village to this day. One of the best ways to get to know the town is to complete the Wales History Walk. This journey takes you to several special spots in town like the original firehouse, the first bank, churches, train stations, blacksmiths, and more. Your dog can join you on this walking journey when they're on a leash and as long as you don't enter any buildings with your pet.

Another dog-friendly activity to enjoy in Wales is visiting Leduc's Frozen Custard on West Summit Avenue. Leduc's has several dog-friendly activities where your dog can join you as you sample several frozen custard flavors, burgers, sandwiches, chicken tenders, and a whole lot more! The restaurant has been a staple in the community since 1980, and people come from all over Waukesha County to try their flavors of the day, sundaes of the month, and more than 75 flavors of custard. Leduc's is just one of several dog-friendly activities in and around Wales that you and your dog will fall in love with!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wales

Lochtyn Ridge

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
336 per sq. mi.

Lochtyn Ridge

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If you're looking for a good spot walk your dog on a leash in Wales, the two of you can trek the Glacial Drumlin State Trail, which runs right through town. This 53.4-mile trail is one of 1,600 trails that span America that was created from formerly abandoned railway lines. The Glacial Drumlin State Trail runs not only through Waukesha County, but also through Dane and Jefferson Counties. The asphalt and crushed stone surface is pawpular with dog walkers, as well as cross-country skiers, inline skaters, and cyclists. Along your walk, you will likely see all sorts of wildlife, bridges, tunnels, and wetlands.

Muirwood

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,271 per sq. mi.

Muirwood

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The northwestern corner of Brookfield, Wisconsin is a 20-minute drive from Wales. Near the neighborhood known as Muirwood sits a place called Mitchell Park. This city park takes up more than 405 acres of land, and in the space, you'll find playgrounds, nature trails, bike paths, multi-use fields, and an off-leash dog park. The Mitchell Park Off-Leash Area is a massive section of the park where dogs are allowed to roam without restraint. There's no separation between big and small dogs at this park, and the area isn't entirely fenced. Your dog will have access to a creek where they can take a dip, and there are seating areas and waste disposal supplies in the park.

Boller Crest

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
831 per sq. mi.

Boller Crest

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Northern Nashotah, Wisconsin is less than a 20-minute drive from Wales, and this area is where you can find the city's namesake dog park. The Nashotah Dog Park is part of the 444-acre Nashotah City Park, and it includes separate enclosures for big and small dogs. This clean and well-maintained park has a variety of wooded areas and open spaces. There's no running water source in the dog park, so don't forget your own bowl and water. Throughout Nashotah Park, there are several other trails and areas to explore. Your dog can accompany you in these areas of the park when they're on a leash.

Legend Hills

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
606 per sq. mi.

Legend Hills

12

Minooka Park is an exceptional outdoor space in southeastern Waukesha, Wisconsin that has a beach, trails, picnic areas, and a dog park in its 579 acres. You can drive to Minooka Park from Wales in about 20 minutes, and your dog will have a blast at the off-leash park. It takes up 19 acres of the park, and there are separate sections for big and small dogs. Many visitors say this is their favorite dog park in the area, and with all of the open fields, wooded areas, and trails to trek, it isn't hard to see why! Like most other dog parks in the area, you'll need to supply your own water, and you'll also need to get a Waukesha County Park Permit for the off-leash area.

North Wauwatosa

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,360 per sq. mi.

North Wauwatosa

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Wauwatosa is a city over around 50,000 people in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area, and the town's northern quadrant is less than a half-hour drive from Wales. Here, you'll find Currie Park. This city park is home to a golf course, multi-use trails, sledding hills, and an off-leash dog park. The Currie Park Dog Exercise Area is open seven days a week from 5 AM to 10 PM, and it has a double-gated entry system. Your dog will have their choice of running in open fields or exploring densely wooded areas at Currie Dog Park. There are water bowls positioned throughout the park, but don't forget to bring your own water.

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