Chaska, Minnesota was officially established in 1852, but in the 1950s, Chaska underwent significant growth and gained many of the big city amenities it has today. Luckily, it still maintains a small-town feel in many ways, and it's a wonderful place to live and raise a family. There is a rich Native American history in Chaska, and much of the town speaks to that history, including many historical sites downtown that are worth exploring. What better way to do that than on a walk with your dog?
When you are not exploring Chaska on foot with your pup, stop into Pasta Zola in northern Chaska for a yummy bite to eat. They have four outdoor tables where you and your dog are welcome to sit and enjoy their delicious food. Pasta Zola serves dishes like custom pasta, flatbread, salads, and soups, and they even offer gluten-free pasta options so everyone can enjoy their food. This friendly and welcoming restaurant is indicative of the culture throughout Chaska, and you and your dog are sure to feel right at home in this dog-friendly town!