Arlington/Arkwright Off-Leash Dog Area

Arlington Ave & Arkwright St
St. Paul, MN 55145
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Hours of Operation: Sunrise to sunset
Size: 4.5 acres
Parking: Parking lot at the park
Permit: None needed, but dogs must be licensed and vaccinated

Category: Dog Parks St. Paul

Take your dog to romp and run at this popular St. Paul off-leash area. The ground is covered in wood chips, making it extra easy to clean up after your pooch (bring your own bags, please). It's not unusual to find balls or other communal toys here. Play fetch with Fido in the open "commons" area, or just stroll and enjoy the scenery--trees and rolling terrrain offer variety for people and pups. Be sure to bring a jug of water along for four-legged friends to share.

Dog Info

  • Fully Fenced
  • Trees/Wooded Areas
  • Bench
  • Picnic Tables
Reviews
Auntie Love

October 18, 2015

If your looking for a dog park that allows some open space play along with a smaller trail area this is the park for you! At the main gate is a decent sized open play area where your dogs can socialize with others, but if walking is more your style take one of the three trails up the hill! These trails lead to a whole new area of wooded/trail fun for you and your four legged companion to romp through. The trails are well groomed, even in the winter (lots of people use the park) and lets both you and your pouch run around and let off some excess energy. Archwright is the perfect park if your not looking for something to big to loose your dog but would like a little movement yourself. Bring your own poop bags and bring some to share - mailboxes provided for storage. Also, no water, but there are usually bowls and some dog lovers will leave their supply of h2o behind for others to enjoy. If your looking for something that has elevation differences - not the same old flat land play area - check out this park, you will love it!

Paytons Mom

May 9, 2012

This is an awesome dog park. Our dog Payton loves to run the trails and meet new friends. Plenty of space to get a work out and be a tired puppy.

Laura

March 25, 2012

Decent dog park. There is a large common area immediately upon entering the park. Plenty of room for dogs to run. There is also a small trail that goes up around the park and leads to a smaller play area in the woods. The trail is a nice little hike, but if you are looking to do more hiking than a big open park, this is not the place.

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