Dane County cuts ribbon on newest off-leash dog park in town of Oregon
OREGON, Wis. — Fido has a new place to play in Dane County.
County officials on Thursday cut the ribbon on the area’s newest dog park. The 36-acre off-leash park, featuring limestone trails through restored prairie, is located at Anderson Farm County Park in the town of Oregon. It will also include a 2.5-acre small dog area.
“I’ve had three or four dogs, so I’m a dog lover, love to take hikes in the forest,” said Roe Parker, the president of volunteer group Anderson Park Friends. “I have two acres of land, I have a small prairie, I’ve restored that, and I’ve worked in other projects over the years, so this one’s close to home and a big benefit to the Oregon community.”
FROM MADISON MAGAZINE: Let your dog run free at one of the area’s off-leash dog parks
The new park is Dane County’s eighth dog park. Permits are required; click here to learn more.
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