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Johnson Park Dog Run

This park is an unfenced wilderness gem.  You park amid country fields and then walk back until you come to a gorgeous little quarry for puppy swims or drinks.  116 more words


Bay View

Entrance Fee:  See Milwaukee County page

Milwaukee decides dog park locations in part, we were told, on how many dogs are licensed in a given area and Bay View has the most.  136 more words


Dirty Dog

I haven’t taken our Golden Retriever, Rudy, to Norwalk’s Cranbury Park for several years. I used to take him all the time, but then we fenced in our yard to cut down on his daily escapes, romps through the neighbors’ yards, and mad dashes across busy streets. 138 more words


Dog Park Preparedness

Like in the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the most essential item to have along with you at the dog park is a towel.  Always travel with old towels in the trunk for those muddy days.  253 more words



Entrance Fee:  See  Milwaukee County page.

Currie Dog Park on the corner of Capitol Drive and Mayfair road is one of the most scenic expanses of green among the city dog parks.  183 more words


A Walk in the Park (or not)

In my view, one of the many benefits of living with dogs are the walks. All four of my dogs love to hike and run and we spend time together almost every morning at our local forest preserve. 1,856 more words


Katherine Kearney Carpenter

Entrance Fee:  None

This is a beautiful 35 acre unfenced park in Mequon.  It is north of Brown Deer Road off of Port Washington Drive.  One of the great features of this park is its crushed gravel trail.  196 more words