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Dog Areas in Whitehall, WI

Whitehall is a community with plenty of history. The town was officially incorporated as a city in 1941, but it has humble beginnings dating back to 1873, when railroad tracks laid down on top of a wheat field started to bring in new families to settle and develop the area for the next few decades.

There is one animal hospital in the city of Whitehall, making the task of finding veterinary care for your pooch fairly simple. The city also has its own set of amenities that make it a great place for a family, from a public library to green parks and campsites. There are also lots of bike loops that wind through the entire city and into the neighboring areas. 

If you are visiting Whitehall with your pup either for just a short time or a longer stay, there is plenty of outdoor fun to be enjoyed right in town. If you are looking to move into the area, there is plenty of moderately priced real estate to fit a variety of budgets and family sizes! Green, fenced-in yards are part of the curb appeal of the area, so you won't have a problem finding a pup-approved place to call your new home! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Whitehall, WI

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    Population Density 556/sq mi

    #1 Central Whitehall

    Central Whitehall is home to most of the public parks that are well loved by residents. Melby Park is one of the green spaces where you can bring your pup for an afternoon of Frisbee or a picnic. Larson Park is just a few minutes away and is a great small park for a quick walk at the end of the day. Pigeon Creek is a pupperific place if you and your pooch like a view of the water while you get your exercise together for the day. Just make sure you have waste bags to help keep this neighborhood clean.
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    Population Density 883/sq mi

    #2 Black River State Forest

    The Black River State Forest is about 40 minutes away from Whitehall, and it's the pawfect place to explore the day away! The park is located right between Minneapolis and Madison. You can bring your fur family here for a camping adventure or a hike. The forest is considered a hub of wildlife activity and habitat conservation for all of the animals that call the area home, so be sure to observe posted signs. There is a new population of elk that returned to the area a few years ago, so be mindful and give them the space they need to enjoy their new home while you explore it.
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    Population Density 37/sq mi

    #3 Perrot State Park

    About 40 minutes south of Whitehall is Perrot State Park. This park marks where the Trempealeau River meets the Mississippi River. The view from the bluffs here are simply stunning. The riverbank and wetlands throughout this park are a protected habitat for the many birds that migrate throug the park throughout the year. You are welcome to bring your pup with you for a hike, but make sure you keep your furry friend on a leash and you have plenty of waste bags with you to clean up after them. Your dog will love sniffing around the tall bluffs and sparkling riverbed.
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    Population Density 1,202/sq mi

    #4 Lake Wissota State Park

    Lake Wissota State Park is more than 1,000 acres of varied terrain with its own man-made lake right in the center. The park is about an hour to the north of Whitehall and is the pawfect place for a weekend adventure with your whole family. You can hike, bike, and picnic throughout the park with your pup. There are designated swimming areas and plenty of water activities if your dog has sea legs! The park is open all year from 6 AM until 11 PM, seven days a week. You can even rent canoes for the lake if you don't have your own!
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    Population Density 1,202/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Chippewa Falls

    Downtown Chippewa Falls is a furrifically family-friendly neighborhood about an hour from Whitehall. This bustling community is just minutes from several parks and other family-friendly attractions where your pup can join you on-leash. You will want to travel just a few minutes to the west of Downtown if you are looking for a large park to explore. Casper Park has plenty of open space surrounding each of the large sporting complexes that are open to the public year round. You can also check out the Happy Tails Dog Park located not far away for safe, off-leash fun for your pooch!
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