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Dog Areas in Wauwatosa

7 Parks
1 Shop
16 Eateries

When you’re in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, finding fun things to do with your dog is easy as can be! This city has one off-leash park, and it also has lots of parks where you can take your dog for on-leash walks. If your dog needs a check-up, Wauwatosa has two puptastic veterinary clinics.

If you’re looking for a great place to take your dog for an on-leash walk, check out Hart Park. This park is home to beautiful trails that go along the Menomonee River. It also has large open spaces where you can go for runs with your dog. Bring water and doggy bags, and enjoy spending the day in this park with your pup.

Stigler Nature Preserve is another pawesome place to spend the day with your furry best friend. This preserve is about 10 miles from Wauwatosa, and it has a mile-long unpaved trail that allows dogs on-leash. This trail will take you through a beautiful forest and past a creek your dog can splash around in on hot days.  

You and your dog will always have fun here and in the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around Wauwatosa!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wauwatosa

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    Population Density 3,523/sq mi

    #1 North Mayfair Road


    This neighborhood is home to Wauwatosa’s one off-leash area, Currie Park Dog Exercise Area. This dog park features two fenced-in areas. The larger of the two areas has a big field, hills, and wooded areas. The smaller area offers a field for pups to play in. If your dog gets thirsty, water is available in the dog run. To use the dog exercise area, you’ll have to purchase either a daily or annual permit. Once you do that, you can spend as long as you’d like in the dog exercise area. If you’re hungry after playing at the park, check out Corner Bakery Café. Sit at one of their twelve dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy omelets, hot and cold sandwiches, freshly baked pastries, and more.

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    #2 Wellauer Park


    Wellauer Park is a mostly residential neighborhood that’s great for dog owners. Many dog owners take their pups for walks in Jacobus Park, a furtastic park that welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you and your dog can go for a walk on the park’s mixed-use trail. This trail goes through a beautiful forest and passes a peaceful pond. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and enjoy spending the day in this park. If you want to get a drink and a bite to eat after the park, head to Colectivo Coffee. Grab one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy coffee drinks and a wide variety of delicious breakfast items.

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    Population Density 1,413/sq mi

    #3 Muirwood


    Located 10 miles from Wauwatosa, Muirwood is full of fun things to do with your furry best friend. If your pup loves playing off-leash, they’ll have a great time in Mitchell Park Off-Leash Area. This off-leash dog run features one large unfenced area where dogs can play and make new friends. There’s no water available in the park, so it’s a good idea to bring some with you. Muirwood is also home to Fox Brook Park, a pawesome park where you can take your dog for on-leash walks. This beautiful park has a mile-long trail that goes around a lovely lake. If you’re hungry after spending time in the park, check out Café Manna, a tasty vegetarian restaurant with a dog-friendly patio. 

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    Population Density 3,294/sq mi

    #4 Johnson Park


    This quiet, residential Racine neighborhood is home to a furrific off-leash area called Johnson Park Dog Run. Located 29 miles from Wauwatosa, this 28-acre dog park includes a huge field where your pup can run and play to their heart’s content. It also has a river where dogs can go swimming, and it has a wooded area where you can take your dog for off-leash walks. The park is unfenced, so be sure to keep your dog under voice control while they’re playing. You’ll also want to bring water for your pup with you. Your dog will love spending the day in this park!

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    Population Density 30,132/sq mi

    #5 Lower East Side


    Milwaukee’s Lower East Side neighborhood is a fun urban area that has lots of great things to with dogs. If you want to take your pup on a long walk, check out McKinley Marina Park. This park welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has a beautiful paved path that goes along Milwaukee Bay. If you’re hungry after your walk, there are numerous delicious dog-friendly restaurants in the area. If you’re in the mood for a gourmet hot dog, check out The Dogg Haus. Or, if you’re craving pizza or pasta, head to Zaffiro’s Pizza and sit at one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables. You and your pup will both love spending time in this neighborhood!

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