The spring equinox has passed, the days are longer and the sunshine is brighter. Now that spring is officially here, it’s time to have a ball with the warmer weather around the Valley with your pup.
Stillwater Dog Park
The Stillwater Dog Park is a smaller, fully fenced, off-leash park located near downtown Stillwater. The park is equipped with agility equipment and is comprised of woodchips instead of grass—no more muddy paws!
Stillwater Dog Park is open from dawn to dusk. Licenses are required for residents; nonresidents must obtain a nonresident license from the City of Stillwater. Find more information on the Facebook page: Friends of Stillwater Area Dog Park; 1900 W. Myrtle St., Stillwater.
Hudson Dog Park
The City of Hudson and the Hudson Dog Owners Association created the fully fenced, two-acre Hudson Dog Park with the goal of creating a dedicated space for dog owners to exercise/socialize their pups off leash. There are two fenced in areas; a 1.5-acre park for dogs of all size and a 0.5-acre park for small dogs.
Hudson Dog Park is open from dawn to dusk, and all dogs must be licensed. For all rules and other information, go to hudsondogpark.org. 1100 Carmichael Road, Hudson, Wisconsin.