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Dog Areas in Lindstrom

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Fewer than 5,000 people live in the city of Lindstrom, Minnesota in Chisago County, and the city is only 35 miles northeast of the Twin Cities. Lindstrom got its name from the Swedish language, and the city's motto is, "America's Little Sweden." The city is surrounded by so many lakes that when you look at Lindstrom from above, it appears to be an island. Lindstrom isn't an island, however, and it connects quickly and conveniently to nearby cities like Duluth and St. Cloud. The abundance of lakes in and around Lindstrom make for all sorts of fun outdoor activities, including fishing, boating, and beaches, as well as several dog-friendly activities! 

In less than 20 minutes, you and your dog can make the drive to southeastern North Branch, Minnesota and the Sunrise Prairie Trailhead. This 16.2-mile trail goes all the way to Forest Lake, Minnesota, and it's one of 1,600 trails across America created from formerly abandoned railway lines. The Sunrise Prairie Trail is an asphalt trail ideal for inline skaters, joggers, cyclists, and dog walkers! Your dog must remain on a leash during your walk, and the two of you will come across forests, wetlands, picnic spots, and plenty of wildlife. If you're looking for off-leash activities near Lindstrom, there are plenty of those as well!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lindstrom

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    Population Density 2,872/sq mi

    #1 Bald Eagle

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    The Bald Eagle-Otter Lakes Regional Park is a half-hour drive southwest of Lindstrom, and you'll find it near the Bald Eagle community of northern White Bear Lake. In addition to boat launches, playgrounds, fishing facilities, picnic shelters, and a nature center, The Bald Eagle-Otter Lakes Regional Park also has its own dog park! This off-leash park takes up about 10 acres of the park, and certain hours of the day are reserved just for small dogs to play together. Many areas of the dog park are heavily wooded, so you and your dog will really feel like you're exploring the outdoors together.
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    Population Density 1,976/sq mi

    #2 Rice Creek

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    Shoreview is a city in Ramsey County, Minnesota with a population of more than 25,000 people, and the city's northwestern corner is a half-hour drive from Lindstrom. This is where you'll get access to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail, and along this trail, you'll discover an off-leash dog park! The Rice Creek Off-Leash Dog Area is a fenced 13-acre dog park where dogs of all sizes can interact in the same space. There are two double-gated entrances, and there's also a separate enclosure where dogs can swim. The park has drinking water and waste disposal supplies, but be sure to bring a towel to clean your dog up at the end of your trip.
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    Population Density 4,056/sq mi

    #3 White Bear Beach

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    There's another dog-friendly activity in White Bear Lake that you won't want to miss, and this one is less than 30 miles from Lindstrom on the town's eastern edge. The White Bear Dog Beach is an approximately 100-foot stretch of beach where your dog can join you for a swim. When you're on the sand, your dog needs to remain on a leash, but this unique location allows dogs to take a dip with their humans. The area isn't entirely fenced, which is why leash laws are in place. White Bear Dog Beach is a pawpular place to be on a hot day, and it's free to use!
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    Population Density 3,884/sq mi

    #4 Reservoir Woods

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    Roseville is a city just east of Minneapolis, and the town's southeastern corner is about a half-hour drive from Lindstrom. That's where you and your pooch will find the Woodview Off-Leash Dog Area near Reservoir Woods Park. This dog park has two separate areas: one five-acre space that is entirely fenced and has specific hours of the day designated just for small dogs, as well as another off-leash area for all dogs that isn't wholly fenced. There are two soft-surface, off-leash trails you can check out as well. The rest of Reservoir Woods Park is a 115-acre park with all sorts of natural features you can discover with your dog when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 7,750/sq mi

    #5 Payne-Phalen

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    More than 300,000 people live in St. Paul, Minnesota, and the town's northeastern quadrant is just over 30 miles from Lindstrom. In an area known as Payne-Phalen, you'll find the Arlington Arkwright Park. This spacious city park has a skate park, playgrounds, sports fields, picnic areas, and an off-leash dog park. The Arlington Arkwright Dog Park sits on five acres of land, and rather than separate dogs by weight, your dog will get to interact with dogs of all sizes. There is varied terrain throughout the park to keep your dog from getting bored, and you'll find a few different trails to trek. Be sure to bring your own water and waste disposal supplies.
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