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Burnsville - This park has a pond, a heated weather shelter, a special space for elderly or special needs dogs, and a dog-washing station.
Ramsey - This fully fenced park is under three acres and is perfect for romping and socializing. Plus, it has a doggie drinking fountain!
St. Paul - This 4.5-acre, fully fenced dog park is a St. Paul gem, but bring your own bags.
Maplewood - Dotted with a few ponds and a varied terrain, this park is perfect for an afternoon with your four-legged buddy.
Bloomington - This park has many open areas to fun and asks visitors to bring no more than two dogs per person.
Brooklyn Park - This park is completely fenced with tables for humans. They ask for no more than three dogs per person.
Brooklyn Park - The city's newest dog park boasts big grassy spaces and fencing.
Eden Prairie - Part of the Three Rivers Park District, this park has many activites and an area for small dogs.
Andover - This 6.5-acre park has an area for small dogs, an open play area and a short trail.
Brainerd - A playground of fun for your furry friend, Buster Park Dog Park has much acreage for all the needed exploration and energy burn. Head North of the Twin Cities for this tail- waggin' excitement!
Victoria - This is a 27-acre, completely fenced park with an area for small dogs. A daily ($5) or annual ($35) pass is required.
North Branch - This park is perfect for your dog to run around with it's flat grassy plain and partially shaded area.
Prior Lake - Part of the Three Rivers Park District, this well-maintained 28-acre, fenced park has plenty of space for your dog.
Hanover - With woodsy trails and open areas, there is a lot to enjoy. This park is not fully fenced.
Crystal - With a large area for dogs to run and benches and tables for humans, this park is sure to be a good time!
St. Louis Park - This well-maintained park has a fenced area for small dogs. SLP dog license is required.
Rosemount - 16-acres of fully fenced space is perfect for dogs to run and socialize. Walking trails are also nearby.
Maple Grove - Being part of the Three Rivers Park District, this park won't disappoint! It has 20 miles of walking trails with a rustic feel.
Maple Grove - This park has a fenced-in area for smaller dogs and dog-approved walking trails. There are also water dishes on site.
Eden Prairie - This is a gem of a park that is great for your dog to run around and release energy.
Minneapolis - The park is perfect for chase or Frisbee in the heart of Minneapolis.
Minneapolis - More of a play area than park, this artfully designed space keeps dogs happy. Come explore!
Grand Marais - This northern dog park provides a place for dogs to run and play. It is becoming more popular with locals and visitors!
St. Paul - 7-acres of space for your pup to run! Come check out what this great park has to offer!
Long Lake - This is a smaller, more secure park that is in a hockey rink! It is only open April-October.
South St. Paul - This is a fully fenced, spacious park. Must be a member to come. $20 for residents, $30 for non-residents.
Chanhassen - This park has a fenced pond, water fountain and plenty of room to play! Special area for smaller dogs.
Minneapolis - Minneapolitans love their lakes as much as their dogs. Here they get ‘em both.
Rockford - Being almost 30-ares, with a small dog area, poop bags and water bowls, this park won't disappoint!
Anoka - This fenced in land is perfect for playing fetch. It also has a running and romping area with benches for humans.
Minneapolis - 23-ares of land for your dog to explore. It is surrounded by many city delights, as well!
St. Paul - Right next to the newly built CHS field, this renovated dog park is perfect for dogs of any breed and age. With excellent fencing and open space to run, your dog is sure to be a happy camper!
Minneapolis - A little over half an acre, this park still offers plenty of space to run. Come play!
St. Paul - This unfenced park, bordered by the steep river bluffs, offers immediate access to the Mississippi River.
Minneapolis - Affectionately called the “Airport Dog Park” was voted “Best of the Twin Cities” by City Pagesin 2010. It is so near the airport that you often hear and see planes.
This is it: Doggie Nirvana. If you haven’t been to what the locals call the “River Dog Park,” what are you waiting for?
Minneapolis - Being in downtown Minneapolis, this park allows city dogs to release some energy!
Bemidji - All pups are welcome at this park, permit or not. There are separate areas for large or small dogs as well.
Elk River - This fenced off-leash area is part of Orono Park in Elk River.
White Bear Lake - Experience ten fully fenced acres of off-leash doggie fun.
Plymouth - Come enjoy 10-ares of irresistible land with agility obstacles for extra fun! Separate area for smaller dogs.
Red Wing - This is a fully fenced area for dogs to explore and enjoy. There are tables for humans, too!
Red Wing - Enjoy this fully fenced off-leash park in the midst of beautiful A.P. Anderson Park. Picnic tables + room to run!
Shoreview - This fully fenced, 13-acre area has a water source for swimming and tables for humans! Come play!
Shakopee - 10-acres of land for all dogs and 5-acres for smaller dogs. All breeds have an area to enjoy! Must be licensed.
Minneapolis - This fenced park has waste bags/dispensers, benches and night lights! Perfect for dogs who love to fetch!
Eden Prairie - 5.7 acres of fenced area with woods, walking paths and open area to run. Park closes after first snow fall.
Eagan - This park has trails, hills and lots of open space to run free! Entire area is fenced, with an area for small dogs.
Edina - At this lively, still fairly new off-leash area in Van Valkenburg Park, amenities such as restrooms, benches, etc. are all outside of the dog park itself.
Minneapolis - This dog park has open space to run and even has tennis balls and dog bowls to share! Perfect for playing fetch!
Cottage Grove - WIth grasslands, wooded areas and a pond, this park has a little of everyhting! 14-acres to run and play!
White Bear Lake - Super hot day? Cool down here with shallow waters, perfect for fetch! Area is about 100 feet wide and is not fenced.
Woodbury - This park is not completely fenced, but has everything else you could need! Trails, talbes, pet watering station. Come check it out!
Roseville - Larger area is partially fenced, with a fully fenced area for smaller dogs. Service dogs are always welcomed!
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