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Dog Areas in Fridley

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3 Eateries

Fridley is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota that's home to nearly 28,000 people. The city prides itself on being a "safe, vibrant, friendly, and stable" home for families and businesses, and its efforts aren't in vain! Fridley is only ten minutes from downtown Minneapolis and 20 minutes from downtown St. Paul. Within the town's 11 square miles, there are excellent schools, a variety of restaurants, shops, and cafes, and there are also plenty of parks and trails to visit with your dog. If you're looking to do something more low-key than hiking or walking with your dog in Fridley, there are plenty of dog-friendly places to eat!

Uncle Franky's is a hot dog restaurant on East River Road in northern Fridley, and they have several outdoor tables where your dog is welcome to join you. In addition to classic hot dogs, their menu includes items like burgers, cheese steaks, salads, and sandwiches, and they also have vegetarian options. There isn't table service at Uncle Franky's, so keep in mind your dog will have to remain tied up outside while you go in to order. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and Fluffy can visit a nearby dog-friendly park or trail!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fridley

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    Population Density 3,099/sq mi

    #1 71st Avenue North-East

    Fridley has its very own off-leash dog park, and it's located in Locke County Park. In addition to the dog park, Locke County Park has hiking trails, playgrounds, and picnic pavilions. The Locke Dog Park takes up about an acre and a half of the park, and rather than being separated by weight, dogs of all sizes interact in the same place here. Visitors love how clean this park is and that the regulars are friendly and welcoming to newcomers. Within the park, you'll find drinking water and bowls, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas. Your pooch can also join you in other areas of Locke County Park when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 6,723/sq mi

    #2 Victory

    In only ten minutes, you and your dog can drive to the northwestern Minneapolis neighborhood known as Victory, a historic area with a low crime rate and beautiful homes. This area is also where you'll find the Victory Prairie Off-Leash Recreation Area. It sits on more than 2.5 acres of land, and Victory Prairie Dog Park includes different enclosures for big and small dogs. There are also waste disposal supplies and water bowls throughout the park, but be sure to bring your own water to fill the bowls. If you'd like to go for an on-leash walk with your dog after the park, the tree-lined streets of Victory make for a great place to take a stroll.
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    Population Density 1,055/sq mi

    #3 Columbia Park

    Columbia Park is a neighborhood in northeastern Minneapolis with several residential areas and homes from the 1940s to 1960s. It's only a ten-minute drive from Fridley, and this area is also where you and your dog will find the St. Anthony Parkway Off-Leash Area. This 2.17-acre dog park is one sizeable fenced area that doesn't divide dogs by their size. Most of the park's surface consists of wood chips which makes it easier to clean up after your pet, but some visitors say it can get muddy after a rain, so be sure to bring a towel. There are water bowls and doggy bags in the park, but remember to bring your own water.
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    Population Density 4,236/sq mi

    #4 Brookdale Park

    Brooklyn Park is the sixth-largest city in Minnesota, and it's nestled along the west bank of the Mississippi River. The south-central area of Brooklyn Park is about a ten-minute drive from Fridley, and this is where you and your pup will find the Brookdale Park Off-Leash Dog Park. Your dog will enjoy exploring a variety of terrain in this spacious dog park, and there are a water spout and bowls, waste disposal supplies, and seating in the park, too. This dog park doesn't separate dogs by weight, so be prepared for your big dog to make little friends! There are also trails surrounding the dog park where you can walk your dog on a leash.
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    Population Density 7,267/sq mi

    #5 Seward

    In less than 20 minutes, you and your four-legged best friend can drive to eastern Minneapolis and the Seward neighborhood. This area is known for being home to several unique businesses, and it also has a resident population of more than 7,000 people. Seward is also where you'll find the Franklin Terrace Off-Leash Dog Park. This 1.37-acre dog park is fully fenced, and it has grassy areas as well as wood chips. Dogs of all sizes share the same space here, and within that space, there are trees and seating areas for pet parents. Don't forget to bring doggy bags and drinking water for your doggo!
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