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Dog Areas in Chaska

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6 Eateries

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!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chaska

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,230/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Chaska

    The beautiful Southwest Regional LRT - North Corridor and South Corridor is located in northeastern Chaska. This trail is part of a network of 1,600 former railway lines that have now been converted into trails for public use. This trail is also referred to as the Minnesota River Bluffs LRT Regional Trail, and it spans more than 19 miles. The crushed stone surface is ideal for walking your dog, biking, and cross-country skiing in the winter. Dogs must be on a leash on this trail, but you'll both be so busy taking in all the sights along your walk that your dog won't mind being on a leash!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,029/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Bloomington

    Just a 15-minute drive west of Chaska takes you to the Bloomington Dog Park in southwest Bloomington, Minnesota. This incredible 25-acre, off-leash park is paradise for both dogs and their owners. The people are friendly, the grass is green, and there is so much fun to be had in the fenced-in space! There is a separate fenced-in spot within the park that many people use as a small dog area, and there is also a pond that dogs love to cool off in during the summer months. The park has seating for owners, a water fountain for dogs, and is entirely free to use.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 991/sq mi

    #3 Rowland

    In under 20 minutes, you and Rover can drive from Chaska to the Bryant Lake Regional Dog Park in the northeastern corner of Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Bryant Lake Regional Park is a 107-acre park that is a great place for all sorts of family activities like camping, swimming, disc golf, spotting wildlife, and exercising. Within the Regional Park, there's a 9.3-acre off-leash area for dogs. There are also several paved walking trails throughout the park that your dog can join you on, but unless they are in the designated off-leash space, they must be on a leash at all times.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,662/sq mi

    #4 Bassett Creek

    The Bassett Creek Dog Park in Crystal, Minnesota is a half-hour drive from Chaska in the southern part of the city. Bassett Creek Park is an 80-acre recreation area with basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts, a hockey rink, walking trails, picnic shelters, disc golf, playgrounds, and of course, an off-leash dog park! The dog park's surface is wood chips in some areas and grass in others. There are benches and a water spout for your convenience as well as doggy bags provided by the park. Be advised that this particular dog park isn't divided into areas for big and small dogs.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 704/sq mi

    #5 Park Drive

    The Carver Park Reserve Off-Leash Area is less than a 15-minute drive from Chaska in central Victoria, Minnesota. This dog park is a vast 27 acres, and it includes a separate area for small or frail dogs to safely enjoy the park. There is a variety of terrain in this off-leash area, including grass and wooded areas that your dog will love to explore. To access this park, you'll need to pay either a $5 daily fee or a $35 annual fee. This park has a reputation for being frequented by friendly dogs and friendly owners, and it is very well-maintained.
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