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Dog Areas in Brooklyn Center

21 Parks
1 Trail
6 Shops
2 Eateries

Although the town acts as a suburb of Minneapolis, the city of Brooklyn Center still has a lot of life and plenty to offer its residents. The town got its name for its central location in the township of Brooklyn, acting as a shopping center for agricultural and industrial goods for people around the area. Now the city is full of good pups, and to reward its four-legged residents, they have over 522 acres of parks and natural areas that are dog-friendly. This puptown also boasts 2 veterinarians.

The park of Palmer Lake Park is the largest and most popular park of the city, with nearly 60 acres of land that surround the scenic lake of Palmer Lake. The area hosts wildlife views, picnic areas, paved trails, and recreational fields. Dogs are welcome inside the park while they are on a leash, and can run around in the enclosed baseball fields, enjoy the dog-friendly beaches on the lake, relax with their own in the fishing spots, or just run around and play in the open field. Additional features include water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

Centennial Park provides pristine green space inside the city, with paved walking trails, open fields, and a lovely pond and fountain. There are baseball and softball fields, with enclosed tennis courts, a playground, and picnic shelters with barbeque facilities. Leash up Fido before you come here and enjoy the day out with access to water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.

Brooklyn Center takes care of its pups and provides parks like Marlin Park, Orchard Lane Park, and Willow Lane Park to play in. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brooklyn Center

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    Population Density 3,513/sq mi

    #1 Brooklyn Center

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    Brooklyn Center is a thriving residential neighborhood named after the city on the east side of the city. Evergreen Park is the largest park in the area and provides a variety of features like recreational fields, open space, and paved walkways. There are three dog-friendly fenced-in baseball fields, a soccer field, and enclosed tennis courts. Outside of the fields are open space, 1.1 miles of paved walkways, a playground, a basketball courts, and a pavilion. Dogs can play in the baseball field or the open space but have to remain on a leash inside the park at all times.
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    Population Density 3,251/sq mi

    #2 Beltline Highway

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    The Beltline Highway neighborhood is a southern residential neighborhood known for the major highway cutting through the area. Pups still have plenty of space to run around and play in the community, thanks to the Grandview Park. With open space and recreational fields, the park offers a fenced-in baseball field and soccer field, with a playground, water fountains, and benches connected by a paved trail. Bellvue Park also provides a place for Fido to get outside, and even has a beautiful open area to run around and play in. Besides that, there is a playground, a gazebo, benches, a baseball field, and a paved walkway. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.

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    Population Density 5,092/sq mi

    #3 South Brooklyn Center

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    South Brooklyn Center is where most of the activity goes on, thanks to the major shopping area and surrounding residential areas. The area known as Lions Park is a popular spot for dog-walkers, thanks to is sprawling open fields, fenced-in baseball fields, and playground area. Whether you're playing in the open space or running around in the baseball field, pups will have a blast, and enjoy access to additional features like water fountains, benches, a playground, a basketball court, and a pavilion. Northport Park is another open park that is surrounded by tall trees, with a baseball field, enclosed tennis courts, and a paved path to walk Fido on. Remember to leash up Fido before coming to this park and get access to features like water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

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    Population Density 2,934/sq mi

    #4 Kylawn Park

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    Kylawn Park is a shaded neighborhood with lots of trees mixed in with the rows of residential homes. The featured park is Kylawn Park, named after the neighborhood its located in. The park itself has a pretty landscape, with large trees lining the edges of the area, and a paved trail encompassing the open field. There are two baseball fields, a playground, and a pavilion. Wangstead Park is another lively park in the city, with an open lawn and playground in the center, with winding paved paths, shaded sitting areas, benches, and water fountains. Dogs must remain on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 4,172/sq mi

    #5 Marlin Park

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    Marlin Park is a quiet residential area close to the cities main shopping and business district. The area is known for Marlin Park, an area named after the community that provides a green space for humans and pups to run around and play. The park is partially fenced-in, with an asphalt trail and a playground available to leashed pups. Additional features include water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Cahlander Park is also dog-friendly and has an entirely shaded area that surrounds a fishing pond. A paved path encircles the park and provides  access to an open area to play in, picnic tables, benches, and trash bins.
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