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Dog Areas in Coon Rapids, MN

19 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
13 Eateries
6 Groomers
Coon Rapids is a lovely suburb in Anoka County, sitting on the outskirts of the Mississippi River. Two lakes are found here, the Cenaiko Lake and the Crooked Lake. There are also six veterinarians in town make sure your pup stays healthy while you are exploring.

Hang out at Alder Park with your pup and get a good walk in. The park is 2.59-arces, and includes two tennis courts, a ball field, a basketball court, plus a playground and a shaded picnic area. Your dog will love getting a walk on the paved path that is shaded by trees, and if you need a break, the path is lined with benches to take a rest on. 

Take your pup out to TGI Fridays for a great meal together. They offer American favorites like burgers, ribs, and pasta in a family fun environment, and have signature cocktails and beer that also pair perfectly with your meal. Their outdoor patio welcomes your pup to take a seat and join you for your meal.

Check into the Quality Inn Northtown or the Fairfield Inn and Suites Coon Rapids for a good night's rest. Both these hotels welcome your dog to stay the night with you before heading out again on your next adventure.

With the beautiful trails, parks, and food that your dog can enjoy while in Coon Rapids, he is going to be ecstatic anytime you hang out in this great town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coon Rapids, MN

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    Population Density 2,771/sq mi

    #1 Coon Creek

    The Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park is a huge area that sits along the Mississippi River. The park offers an observation deck, picnic area, and tons of hiking trails that you and your pup can use. If your dog isn't a fan of the water, head over to Al Flynn Park. The park has great activities for you and Fido, including a ball field, grill, picnic area, open space, tennis courts, and a natural area. Take a walk on the trail that goes throughout the park before heading home. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you.
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    Population Density 4,502/sq mi

    #2 Northdale

    Moor Park is a 20-acre park, and is one of the oldest parks in Coon Rapids. The park features a ball field, basketball courts, an open space, pickle ball, a picnic area, and a playground. Take a walk on the paved trail for a good walk. The Sand Creek Park is next door to Moor Park, and is a large contemporary multi-sports park that has playgrounds, a skate park, and restrooms. There is a picnic area if you and Fido want to have a meal outside, and a walking trail. After a day out at the park, stop into Dairy Queen for a quick bite. They offer tasty food like burgers and hots dogs that your dog will be wanting a bite of. Enjoy your meal on their dog friendly patio.
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    Population Density 3,342/sq mi

    #3 Crescent Ponds

    Take your pup out to the Burl Oaks Park for a fun afternoon out together. The park has a ball field, basketball court, an open space, and a play area. Take a good walk along the shaded walking path that goes throughout the 5.43-acre park. The Woodview Park has been recently renovated and perfect for a great day out with your pup. They offer a grill, open space, picnic area, and a picnic shelters. There is a walking trail that you both can use, and plenty of grass for fetch. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you.
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    Population Density 1,090/sq mi

    #4 Thompson Heights

    The Thompson Heights neighborhood is home to three great parks that your dog can go explore with you. The Delta Park has a playground, grass for fetch, and a nice walking trail that your dog can use for a walk. The Rockslide Park is 10-acres filled with a ball field, basketball courts, a picnic area with a shelter, pond area, and a playground. There is a trail loop that you both can use for a fun walk together. The Peppermint Stick Park has a small loop walking trail, plus an open space, picnic area, and play area. Don't forget to bring clean-up bags with you to the parks.
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    Population Density 3,921/sq mi

    #5 Thompson Riverview Terrace

    If you and your pup are looking for an amazing hike, head out to the Mississippi River Trail. The trail is 25.7-miles long with a 114-foot elevation gain, and a point to point route. The trail runs along the levees of the Mississippi River and is perfect for all skill levels. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on leash on this trail. The trail is popular among other walkers and bike riders, so keep an eye on your pup. Make sure to bring water and clean-up on you while hiking this trail.
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