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Dog Areas in Blaine, MN

65 Parks
44 Trails
10 Eateries

Less than half an hour from the Twin Cities, Blaine is one of the fastest-growing cities in Minnesota. In addition to a vibrant business community and attractive neighborhoods, it is home to hundreds of acres of parks and open space, as well as miles and miles of trails, making it a woofderful place to live, work, and visit. There are eight veterinary hospitals in Blaine to put your mind at ease as you and Fido explore this pawsome city.

Tucked in the southwestern corner of Blaine, the Laddie Lake Community Park is a furrific place for taking a short nature walk with your pupper. This mostly wooded site features a small prairie, cattail marsh, and peaceful views of Laddie Lake, which you and Fido can get to by following the paved trails.

Carrara East Park is another nice spot to go for a leashed stroll with your pooch. Nestled in a residential area, this 7.5-acre site comprises a grassy open area with a few trees. A paved walking path will take you and your furry pal around the perimeter of the park.

Need to grab a bite with Fido in tow? Stop by Caribou Coffee and tuck into a sandwich at one of the outdoor tables. Place your order at the drive-thru window so you don't have to go in and leave your pup outside.

Expect to have a pawtastic time with Fido in Blaine!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Blaine, MN

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    Population Density 569/sq mi

    #1 The Lakes


    Situated on the shores of Sunrise Lake, the Lakeside Commons Park is one of the most popular venues in Blaine thanks to its beach and splash pad. Unfurtunately, these areas are off-limits to canines, but you and your pooch can take a leashed walk on the trails, which will lead you to the other parks around the lake. East, South, and West Lake Parks all offer trails to stroll on, picnic shelters to relax under, and playground equipment for the kids to enjoy. Since West Lake Park is right on the water, you and Fido will find more scenic views here. Dogs are welcome at all the parks as long as they are leashed and cleaned up after.

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    Population Density 2,444/sq mi

    #2 Club West & Deacons Walk


    Residents of this neighborhood love their neck of the woods for being safe, walkable, and dog-friendly. It is home to six parks that are connected by trails and sidewalks, so canines that are lucky enough to live here are definitely spoiled for choice whenever it's time to go for a walkie! One of the larger parks, Deacons Park, features a basketball court, volleyball court, playground, and picnic shelters. Other parks in the area are Tree's Edge, Lakeside, Pine Grove Gardens, The Green, and The Commons. All are great spots for taking leisurely strolls with Fido, so leash up and head outside!

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    Population Density 2,758/sq mi

    #3 Cloverleaf of Blaine


    Let your pup run and play without any restraints at the Aquatore Off-Leash Dog Park! Located within Aquatore Park, this dog park has separate areas for large and small canines, both of which are fully fenced and provide plenty of room to run around. Doggie waste bags, drinking fountains, picnic tables, security lights, and a shelter with power are available on-site as well. About half a mile from Aquatore is the pet-friendly Super 8, which welcomes canine travelers for an additional fee. A maximum of two 25-pound dogs are allowed per room. Be sure to call first to ensure a smooth check-in process!

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    Population Density 196/sq mi

    #4 Saint Andrews Village


    As one of the many dedicated open space sites in the city, Lochness Park is pawfect for spending some quiet time in nature with your doggo. Composed of wetland, forest, and meadow, this park houses Lochness Lake, a fishing pier, and a disc golf course. There are also three trail loops, with the longest one being almost a mile long and encircling the lake. As you and Fido tackle the trails, you will encounter turtles and various bird species, so don't forget to bring your camera! Bring food and water for both you and your pooch, too, so you can refuel and rehydrate after your hike.

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    Population Density 569/sq mi

    #5 Glenn Meadows


    Get ready for an outdoor adventure with your four-legged pal at the Blaine Wetland Sanctuary! Over 500 acres of upland and wetland habitats make up this natural gem, which you and your dog can explore by following the extensive boardwalk that meanders through the site. Since the sanctuary is an environmentally sensitive area, visitors are asked to stay on the boardwalk and trails, leave the plants and animals alone, and pack out everything that is packed in. And as always, keep your pup on a leash and clean up after them so that everyone can have a good time at the Blaine Wetland Sanctuary!

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