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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Coon Rapids

      Raccoon River

      4848
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      15 per sq. mi.

      Raccoon River

      4848

      Coon Rapids has a hidden bone just outside the city limits. Coon Rapids Riverside Park is the perfect place to take your dog for a barktastic adventure. There is a 3-mile paved trail for you to explore on-leash. Along the trail you will find shelters where you can stop and rest. In the summer months, you can talk your dog into pitching a tent and spending the whole weekend outside. Of course, you could just take the RV, but where is the fun in that? Pack a bag and get ready for a rugged outdoor adventure!

      Coon Rapids South

      3636
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      15 per sq. mi.

      Coon Rapids South

      3636

      Christy Pond Park is the pawfect way to get your dog out of the city for a few hours. The hiking trails that work their way around the lake vary in difficulty, which can help you to choose whether you want to go for an all-day hike or just a few hours. Be sure to check the bulletin board to spot some cool messages from other hikers, as well as important park notices. The bulletin board is a great way to be aware or changes or hazards in the landscape. Don’t forget to bring plenty of water for you and your dog. 

      Lanesboro

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      276 per sq. mi.

      Lanesboro

      2424

      Russel White Nature Trail lies just 30 miles from Coon Rapids. It is a refashioned railroad corridor that has been restored by the Rails-to-Trails system. It may be every dog’s dream to walk the length of the continental United States, and Rails-to-Trails may be the nonprofit to make that possible. Each part of 1,600-mile trail system has historic significance. The goal is to preserve history while showcasing the natural beauty of the area. Parts of the trail are paved while other parts are left all natural. So grab your leash and your water bottle and see how much of the trail you can tackle!

      Carroll

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      69 per sq. mi.

      Carroll

      1212

      Sauk Rail Trail is a little bit under 30 miles and is a completely separate part of the Rails-to-Trails network. Grab Fido’s leash and explore the trail to see what you can find. This trail is unique in the way that it criss-crosses over the river on the original bridges of the rail line. The conservation efforts have taken on more of a preservation role. Come explore historic beauty in nature. Just don’t forget to pack some doggie waste bags and plenty of water for you and Fido, since there’s little shade on this gorgeous trail.

      Exira

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      13 per sq. mi.

      Exira

      00

      It is time for you to discover the wonder of traveling the American Discovery Trail. This trail is designed for you to have access to travel without a car. The T-Bone Trail is the 20-mile trail that links Audubon and Pymosa. It is roughly 30 miles from Coon Rapids, but it really is a world of its own. You’ll want to bring a camera, and you’ll be excited to see the beauty of untouched nature here. However, keep in mind that the trail is asphalt, and can get hot on Fido’s paws in the summer months.

      Raccoon River

      4848
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      15 per sq. mi.

      Raccoon River

      4848

      Coon Rapids has a hidden bone just outside the city limits. Coon Rapids Riverside Park is the perfect place to take your dog for a barktastic adventure. There is a 3-mile paved trail for you to explore on-leash. Along the trail you will find shelters where you can stop and rest. In the summer months, you can talk your dog into pitching a tent and spending the whole weekend outside. Of course, you could just take the RV, but where is the fun in that? Pack a bag and get ready for a rugged outdoor adventure!

      Coon Rapids South

      3636
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      15 per sq. mi.

      Coon Rapids South

      3636

      Christy Pond Park is the pawfect way to get your dog out of the city for a few hours. The hiking trails that work their way around the lake vary in difficulty, which can help you to choose whether you want to go for an all-day hike or just a few hours. Be sure to check the bulletin board to spot some cool messages from other hikers, as well as important park notices. The bulletin board is a great way to be aware or changes or hazards in the landscape. Don’t forget to bring plenty of water for you and your dog. 

      Lanesboro

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      276 per sq. mi.

      Lanesboro

      2424

      Russel White Nature Trail lies just 30 miles from Coon Rapids. It is a refashioned railroad corridor that has been restored by the Rails-to-Trails system. It may be every dog’s dream to walk the length of the continental United States, and Rails-to-Trails may be the nonprofit to make that possible. Each part of 1,600-mile trail system has historic significance. The goal is to preserve history while showcasing the natural beauty of the area. Parts of the trail are paved while other parts are left all natural. So grab your leash and your water bottle and see how much of the trail you can tackle!

      Carroll

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      69 per sq. mi.

      Carroll

      1212

      Sauk Rail Trail is a little bit under 30 miles and is a completely separate part of the Rails-to-Trails network. Grab Fido’s leash and explore the trail to see what you can find. This trail is unique in the way that it criss-crosses over the river on the original bridges of the rail line. The conservation efforts have taken on more of a preservation role. Come explore historic beauty in nature. Just don’t forget to pack some doggie waste bags and plenty of water for you and Fido, since there’s little shade on this gorgeous trail.

      Exira

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      13 per sq. mi.

      Exira

      00

      It is time for you to discover the wonder of traveling the American Discovery Trail. This trail is designed for you to have access to travel without a car. The T-Bone Trail is the 20-mile trail that links Audubon and Pymosa. It is roughly 30 miles from Coon Rapids, but it really is a world of its own. You’ll want to bring a camera, and you’ll be excited to see the beauty of untouched nature here. However, keep in mind that the trail is asphalt, and can get hot on Fido’s paws in the summer months.

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