Brown County Park & Pet Exercise Area

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  • Address: 1000 Pleasant Ln, Hobart, WI 54313, USA, 54313, United States
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  • Timings: 08:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-9204486242
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Parks, Dog Parks

For all the pet lovers, this park is an ideal place. It allows you to go for a delightful walk with your pet and have plenty of fun with them. The park is located in a peaceful place and is one of the best places in Hobart to relax or enjoy a picnic with family. The park is full of lush greenery that makes the surroundings refreshing. It also has good fencing, so, your pets can move freely throughout the park. The park opens every day at 8 am and closes by sunset. It is spread over an area of 4 acres and has two different areas for small and big dogs.

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  • Brown County Park & Pet Exercise Area Address: 1000 Pleasant Ln, Hobart, WI 54313, USA, 54313, United States
  • Brown County Park & Pet Exercise Area Contact Number: +1-9204486242
  • Brown County Park & Pet Exercise Area Timing: 08:00 am - 04:30 pm
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  • My wife and I stopped here with our mini Aussie on our way home from Door County in July of 2019. It was a long drive home and we wanted to find a place for our dog to get a bit of exercise, so I looked on Google Maps and found this place. We are so glad we found this place because it was truly awesome! To call it a "dog park" would not do it justice because it's more of a wooded refuge for dogs with two off-leash areas (for small and large dogs) and another on-leash area with a creek. We did not visit the leashed area, but the large off-leash area is huge and wonderful! The terrain is interesting and exciting with hills, a bridge, plenty of benches, and even a couple dog agility fixtures. The latches on the gates to get into the park are perfect because you simply life up on them to open and then they automatically lock when they swing shut. The entire area is shaded, which keeps the dogs cooler. I'm sure it can get muddy when it's wet, but it was nice and dry when we visited. Our dog had an amazing time and we really wished we had something like this back home. We would definitely stop here again if we went through Green Bay with our dog. The $2 donation admission charge was well worth it, and I would definitely get the annual pass if we lived in town. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

  • This is a great place to take your dog! The gate system has recently been remodeled and is now the best of any dog park around, lots of room for dogs and humans to maneuver all while keeping the dogs safe. There is a separate large and small dog area so they can play together or be segregated by size if they need to be. We always bring our tiny dog in with our 2 huge dogs and there has rarely been an issue with other dogs. The enclosures are large enough to let the dogs roam and run with plenty of room. There are tons of large trees for shade, terrain features for the dogs to explore and seating for the humans when they get worn out. Someone always brings water for the many dishes that are there and if you can't find a ball or toy to throw for your dog you haven't looked all that hard. The best part is that there is a back gate that leads down to a great little river that the dogs can stomp around in and in spots even swim. It's great on a hot day, but make sure you bring your bug spray!

  • Best dog park in the area, hands down! Beautiful wooded area with lots of room for off-leash running. Doggy playground equipment and well-groomed grounds.

  • Doggy heaven! Lots of room to run thats fenced in and plenty of dogs. They have a river also that the dogs can enjoy as well.

  • You will love this park. It is the best in the area with open space, trees, hilly terrain, ravine, and on-leash trails out the back gate and off the front parking lot. Visiting and social areas for the humans in several areas inside the park. It has over 5 acres of off-leash fenced exercise area and also has a smaller fenced area for puppies and small dogs. Duck Creek runs alongside the outside trail. Daily or seasonal passes can be purchased at parking lot kiosk.

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