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Dog Areas in Maplewood, MN

Maplewood is a small town in Ramsey County that has a highly rated dog-friendly park, a dog-friendly restaurant, and several dog-friendly services. Nearby areas have even more dog-friendly activities, restaurants, and services as well. In Maplewood, Osaka Sushi and Hibachi offers dog-friendly seating for dog parents to enjoy. Here, you’ll find numerous dog-friendly tables, so you don’t have to eat outside. Stop by during happy hour every day of the week if you are interested in Japanese beer. Nearby restaurants serve burgers, desserts, pizza, and any other food you can think of. There is also a brewery that allows dogs in nearby Minneapolis.

You won’t find any pet-friendly hotels within Maplewood, but the town does offer some pet-friendly AirBnB rentals if you need a place to rest your weary heads. The pet policies vary based on individual owner preferences, so be sure to check the pet policy when booking. If you’re looking for a more traditional hotel, you’ll need to head into muttropolitan Minneapolis, just 15 miles away.

Maplewood is a small, loving community that will care and love your dog almost as much as you do!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maplewood, MN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 916/sq mi

    #1 Afton

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    Within the city of Maplewood, the local neighborhood area of Afton is proud to have a dog-friendly environment. Boasting a five-bone high rating, the local dog park, Battle Creek, is a sure win in the hearts of all dogs. This off-leash site is the perfect place for your dog to stretch and play with new doggy friends and for you to sit back and enjoy the great outdoors. The park features wide paths for you to exercise with Fido, shady areas, and a small lake. All dogs are more than welcome to cool off and enjoy the fresh waters of the lake. Don't forget to bring a towel!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,700/sq mi

    #2 White Bear Lake

    36

    White Bear Lake, Minnesota has the dog welcoming vibe we all wish to feel. Since it's less than 20 minutes from Maplewood, you will be at White Bear Lake in no time! White Bear Lake is home to a dog park and a dog beach. Both are rated highly among visitors and are extremely welcoming to all new dogs. Bald Eagle Otter Lake Regional Dog Park might be a mouthful to say, but will leave your dog smiling for sure. With beautiful green grass and shaded areas, this park is perfectly set alongside the lake for all your family’s enjoyment. This park consists of 12 acres and is mostly fenced-in. Smaller dogs have a separate area to make sure they can play safely too. Other luxuries, like hiking trails and picnic areas, are also provided. 

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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,200/sq mi

    #3 Burnsville

    24

    If you drive 30 minutes south from Maplewood, you will run into the dog-friendly city of Burnsville. The city of Burnsville is home to two well-loved dog parks. Alimagnet Dog Park provides 7 acres of fenced-in, off-leash area for dogs to frolic in the fields to their hearts’ content. But that’s not all! The local park has a pond, wooded areas, and picnic tables. Why not pack your family a light lunch and head over to this one-of-a-kind park, and spend the day playing in the great outdoors with your four-legged bestie? Many events also take place in the open fields of these parks, if you are interested in attending those with Fido as well.

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  4. Dog Parks 5
    Population Density 5,818/sq mi

    #4 Saint Paul

    12

    Saint Paul is home to a smorgasbord of dog-friendly activities. With 5 dog parks and 4 hiking trails to choose from, your toughest decision here should be deciding where to go to first! All of the parks and trails in Saint Paul are highly rated amongst park goers, so you cannot go wrong with any park or trail here. But one of the crowd’s favorite activities is Meeker Island Dog Park. Bordering the Mississippi river, this beautiful dog park allows water-loving dogs to swim as much as they wish. Although this park is not fenced in, your dog does not have to remain leashed if you are comfortable with them romping unleashed. There are several walking paths and nature trails to walk with your pup and the environment is always calm and peaceful. The best part is Saint Paul is only 10 minutes from Maplewood!

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    Population Density 2,400/sq mi

    #5 Roseville

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    Roseville is only 20 minutes from Maplewood. With plenty of room to romp, Woodview Dog Park is a perfect place for your dog to make some new doggy friends. The majority of this local dog park is fenced in and has a specific area for only small dog play. With wooded areas, this park is well shaded to keep all dogs and their owners cool from the sun. Benches are arranged throughout the park for dog owner comfort. Bring a ball for a few games of fetch, work on obedience training, or just run around with your favorite companion. Whatever you decide to do in this lovely little park, your dog’s tail will be wagging alongside you. 

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