WAUPACA'S OFF-LEASH DOG PARK
One Dream. One Reality. ONE PARK.
Tails & Trails provides a safe, 30-acre enclosed, off-leash environment where people and dogs can hike and play without the worry of traffic or a beloved pet running away. Many dogs have no yard to play in and owners may be working all day. Now, after a long day, dogs can run free, play fetch, swim in the pond and commune with nature. Tails & Trails provides peace of mind in a healthy environment.
Tails & Trails off-leash dog park is located on County Road Q just west of County Road QQ
E1578 County Road Q
WHAT'S THE BARK?
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Hours: Sunrise - Sunset
"There on opening day, looking at the pond, atop the vista hill, I felt emotional, being there, I experienced a tranquility, among pet owners, visitors, and the dogs. Overwhelmingly so. A joyful experience."
"There is an inexplainable bond that exists between people and their dogs; Tails & Trails gives them the opportunity to enhance that bond while enjoying the peaceful beauty of Wisconsin nature."
"Everyone had smiles on their faces...including the dogs! What a wonderful addition to the community."
“Tails & Trails offers dogs and owners an endless trail system to which you can train, exercise, play and bond. The trails are groomed, the grass is tall, the dogs are bounding and their tails are always wagging”
"This park is a step above the rest, it has so many different components that make it usable to all different types of people and dogs. Whether your dog likes to run through endless fields, trot along side you through the man made and groomed trails or swim for hours- Tails & Trails has it all!"
"An oasis for our furry friends."