11718 W Good Hope Pl
Milwaukee, WI, US
Milwaukee, WI, US
Granville Dog Park Overview
Hours: Open from 5 am-10 pm, seven days a week.This huge off-leash dog park includes hills, woods, and grassy areas, as well as a creek and walking trails along the river. The park is fully fenced. Dogs must be licensed and have proof of current rabies vaccination as well as a Dog Exercise Area permit tag attached to collar.
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Average Rating:Granville Dog Park in Milwaukee, WI, US has an average rating of 4.5 based on 2 member reviews.
My favorite Wisconsin Park
Karin in Racine
Oh, how I miss this park! It is by far not only my favorite Milwaukee park, but also favorite in Southeastern Wisconsin. There's something for everyone: Flat mulched paths with little to no inclines if you have limited walking abilities. But if you want to get a workout with Fido, there's plenty of hilly areas for you climb. The biggest hill being nice and breezy to cool off on hot days. Plenty of sunny areas to catch some rays and stay warm on cooler days. River access for the dogs to swim in, and shallow enough for humans to wade in. Plus, even though this park can seem quite secluded, I usually see a familiar face or 2 even in the late evening and winter hours, so I always feel safe there. Plus, the cops regularly drive through the parking lot. The only down side is that it is not completely fenced in (as of 2011 anyway) It is on a dead end road. And the fence runs from the start of the parking lot, along the busier side of the park on Good Hope Rd, and stops at the river. Though as I said, this is as of 2011 and may have changed since the park became part of the Milwaukee Dog Park system.
Cooper in Eau Claire, WI
This is a GREAT dog park spanning over 10acres! Heavily wooded, lots of trails, a creek, hills, agility course & a grassey open areas for frisbee or just romping. Benches, poop bags & garbage cans can also be found throughout the park. It is important to note that because the park is so heavily wooded, its easy to lose sight of your dog quickly! The park is also not fenced in, but the woods provide a natural boundry. BEWARE in the spring, park becomes VERY muddy & the creek tends to flood!!