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Dog Areas in Wisconsin Rapids

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The county seat of Wood County, Wisconsin, Wisconsin Rapids has something pawesome to offer everyone, dog and human alike. In fact, it's often thought to be one of the most ideal vacation spots in the whole state. Take a walk through downtown to discover the varying styles of art and history that make this town so unique, or head to the outskirts of town to connect with and hike some of Central Wisconsin's numerous trails with your fur baby alongside you. Should anything happen during your visit to Wisconsin Rapids, there are five veterinarians in the area who can get your furry friend feeling better in no time. 

Located in the east central area of downtown Wisconsin Rapids, Gaynor Park is pawsitively the best place to begin your adventure. This park is nearly five acres in size and is the perfect place to get your furry friend acquainted with the area. Explore the beautifully landscaped scenery together, although be sure to keep your pup leashed as the area is not fenced in. 

If you and your furry friend prefer to escape the hustle and bustle of city life altogether, consider heading to one of the many nearby natural areas. Just 24 miles north of Wisconsin Rapids is the McMillan Marsh Wildlife Area. This incredible glimpse into some of Wisconsin's most raw, natural beauty offers an array of trails to explore with your furry best friend. With abundant wildlife and bird watching, as well as ample photography opportunities, you and your pup are sure to have a blast all day long. 

It's clear Wisconsin Rapids has plenty of activities to keep you and your pup occupied for the entire duration of your visit and then some!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wisconsin Rapids

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    Population Density 1,312/sq mi

    #1 Wood County

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    Encompassing a good portion of the beautiful Wisconsin River, Wood County is surely not to be missed during your visit to Wisconsin Rapids. Take a stroll through Lyon Park, which offers more than six acres of space for you and your pup to roam and explore. The facility is also connected by a strip of land to Ben Hansen Park to the south. The main trail in Lyon Park is part of the Ahdawagam Trail System. Lyon Park offers picnic facilities, public restrooms and a playground as well. When you and your pup are ready for a break, head over to the Midwest classic: Culver's for a "Butterburger" and fresh custard to revitalize the both of you for the remainder of your adventures. 

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    #2 Bonow Avenue

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    Heading towards the northeast section of Wisconsin Rapids, the Bonow Avenue neighborhood boasts several dog-friendly attractions. For your first stop, head to the only designated dog park in the city: Tails 'n' Trails Dog Park. The area is mostly cleared with the exception of a few mature trees, giving your pup ample room to run and play for hours upon end. After you and your furry friend have worked up an appetite, head over to local favorite: Rally's Hamburgers. This tasty burger joint offers three pet-friendly seating areas where you and your pup can enjoy fresh burgers, hot dogs, fries, shakes and more.
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    Population Density 74/sq mi

    #3 South Park

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    Located ruffly five miles east of Wisconsin Rapids, South Park contains one of the largest parks in the area: South Wood County Park. The park is located on a piece of land more than 330 acres in size, of which Lake Wazeecha takes up 148. "Wazeecha" is a Native American word meaning "lake of the land of the pines", a very fitting name indeed for this beautiful expanse of beaches, forests, hiking trails and more. There are also numerous picnic areas and shelter facilities scattered throughout the park. Camping is perhaps the most popular activity in South Wood County Park, with more than 70 campsites available for use. The best part? Your pup is more than welcome throughout the park, including the campgrounds provided they are leased at all times. So if you and your pup have time to spare, don't hesitate to take advantage of this pawesome area!
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    #4 East Grand/Baker

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    The East Grand/Baker neighborhood is located in the east central area of downtown Wisconsin Rapids. Perhaps the greatest attraction of this neighborhood is local pet store: BowWow Meow Boutique.  Not only does this pawsitively fantastic store have all of your furry friend needs, you can also buy a great assortment of more than 20 different flavors of dog treats by the pound!  The store even offers specially-formulated dog ice cream, available in four flavors: Peanut Butter, Carob, Maple Bacon and Vanilla. These dog-friendly ice creams are grain-free, natural and contain a fraction of the fat and calories of traditional ice cream. This is one stop you definitely don't want to miss on your visit to Wisconsin Rapids!
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    #5 Washington Street

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    Encompassing a large portion of the northeast area of downtown Wisconsin Rapids, the Washington Street neighborhood is home to another popular park: Robinson Park. This park is a favorite among local residents and is comprised of more than 25 acres of green space. While there are always neighborhood festivities taking place, there's also plenty of space away from the activity centers for you and your furry friend to enjoy some much needed peace and quiet. Pack a picnic for you and your pup and take advantage of one of the many picnic tables or open areas this park has to offer.
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