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Dog Areas in Andover, MN

20 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
1 Eatery
5 Groomers

The city of Andover is north of the Mississippi River, and is fairly young, having only been incorporated 40 years ago. The area is a major place for railroads and was known for being a stop along the Great Northern Railroad. Nowadays though, the city has plenty of quiet places, including 400 acres of community and neighborhood parks that are dog-friendly, with access to 2 animal hospitals.

The Bunker Hills Regional Park is one of the largest parks in the area, with over 1,600 acres with a wide variety of things to do. Park-goers can enjoy over 8 miles of paved and dirt trails with nature-watching activities, picnic areas, open space to run around and play in, camping options, fishing, boating, and a dog-friendly beach to play in. The whole park is dog-friendly and doesn't require pups to be on a leash, but there is a daily fee for going.

The Rum River Central Regional Park is another large nature park in the city, located on the northwest side of Rum River. The park has a recreational area for ballgames, intact forests for hiking, and multiple places to launch your boat or kayak and go fishing. The dog-friendly park also includes amenities like water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, and trash bins,

Andover continues to provides thick forests, open space, and tons of different outdoor activities for you and your pooch, so come explore today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Andover, MN

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    Population Density 1,002/sq mi

    #1 Constance

    The neighborhood of Constance is located on the northwestern side of town, filled with rows of residential parks and community areas. Sunshine Park is the brightest place to go in the neighborhood and has more than enough of room for your pup, whether you're looking to just walk around or wanting to run around and play. There are several enclosed baseball diamonds, over half a mile of paved walkways, picnic areas, benches, and water fountains. Prairie Knoll Park is another recreational park in the area that features several soccer fields. There is also a nature walk through thick brush, restrooms, a playground, and fenced-in basketball court. Fido has to remain on a leash inside both parks.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,215/sq mi

    #2 Andover City Center

    Andover City Center is the largest neighborhood in the city, with lots of homes and huge natural area. The Coon Creek Park is one of the places that is more natural and has thick forests that surround the creek. There are spots for fishing, swimming and boating, and 2 miles of paved walkways that go up both sides of the creek. There's also a bridge, and open areas to run around play or enjoy a picnic, and a playground. The shaded walkways are perfect for walking Fido, although pups have to remain on a leash. Remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 297/sq mi

    #3 North Andover

    North Andover tales up most of the northern half of the city, and is filled with rural farmland and thick forests. Birch Ridge Park is the most nature-friendly park in the community, with minimum parking and dirt paths that loop throughout, giving walkers and dogs a view of the natural wildlife in the area. Forest Meadows Park is also a natural park in town, with thick vegetation and natural paths that wind through the park. There's more open area in this park though, along with a playground, parking, benches, and trash bins. Dogs do not to be on a leash inside either of these parks, but are required to be cleaned up after.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,050/sq mi

    #4 Northern Coon Rapids

    The neighborhood of Northern Coon Rapids borders Andover in the city of Coon Rapids, 1 mile from the city. The out-of-town neighborhood is popular among residents thanks to Prairie Oaks Park. This park is a beautiful open space, with well-kept fields and shaded sitting areas, 1.2 miles of paved walkways, benches, water fountains, and clean-up stations for pooches. Wildwood Park is a second park option in the neighborhood and offers a thicker wooded area to explore, with a dirt and concrete trail that winds through the park. There's a small playground, basketball court, trash bins, and benches. Don't forget to bring some water for Fido to these parks!
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    Population Density 2,771/sq mi

    #5 Thompson Riverview Terrace

    Thompson Riverview Terrace is a southern neighborhood in Coon Rapids, just 3 miles from Andover. The neighborhood is mostly taken up by the large area known as the Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park, situated along the Mississippi River. The park contains a 446-acre area with a shaded walking area, open fields, recreational areas, and miles of paved walking paths. The place is huge and dog-friendly to leashed pups, giving them plenty of space to walk, run or just play. There are several docks for fishing and boating, with a few small beaches, and a scenic view of the large dam. You and your pup can enjoy additional amenities like water fountains, benches, nighttime lights, clean-up stations, and trash bins.
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