Jefferson County Dog Park (Map)
W5098 Canine Drive
Johnson Creek, WI 53038
2020 Dog Park Calendar Press Release
2020 Dog Park Calendar Order Form
2020 Registration Tags are available for purchase
(Valid December 1, 2019 - December 31, 2020)
Dog Park Permit Information
2020 Dog Park Permit Registration Form
To provide safe and enjoyable dog exercise areas within Jefferson County to promote recreation, health and welfare for companion dogs and their caregivers.
The Jefferson County Dog Park is located just off of Highway 26 between Jefferson and Johnson Creek. The entire park is 109 acres in size. The first phase, 23 acre Terri Tinsley Dog Exercise Area, opened in November of 2003. A major expansion was completed in 2009. 36 acres of fenced ground was added to the original 23 acres. Today's expanded park contains two large dog areas as well as two small dog areas.
A daily permit or annual tag is required to bring your dog to the Jefferson County Dog Park. Registration forms are available on-line or at the park. Self-registration tubes are located at all entrances. If purchasing an annual tag, your tag will be mailed to you within one week of receipt. All fees collected are used to support the dog park.
Dogs must be four months or older to enter the park.
You must have a municipal dog license to purchase a Dog Park Annual Tag.
Your dog must have a current rabies vaccination.
Please check with your local municipality for dog licensing information.
Visitors are expected to clean up after their dog(s). Doogie bags are provided at each entrance and throughout the park. Waste receptacles are also located throughout the park.
2 small off-leash dog exercise areas, 2 large off-leash dog exercise areas, mowed/groomed trail system, wooded trail in upper large dog area, picnic tables, shelters, restrooms, fun play equipment, 3 hand water pumps, benches, entrance and exit, shelters with catch pens, parking for 100 cars, maintenance service shed
Dog Park Map
Dog Park Rules
Dog Park Master Plan
Friends of the Dog Park
*1 mile south of Johnson Creek off STH 26