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Dog Areas in Mendota

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The small community of Mendota lies along the eastern bank of the Mississippi River and southwest of St. Paul. This area features private residences, some restaurants, and a few churches. When you need professional services for your pooch, you can find a veterinary clinic just three miles to the east in Mendota Heights.

Treat your furry friend to a day in the park by heading northwest about 3.5 miles to the Minnehaha Off-Leash Dog Park. This riverfront facility has hiking trails and water access. Dogs must be licensed and vaccinated, and you'll need to purchase an annual permit to gain access to this city dog park.

Another furiffic off-leash park for your canine companion to try is High Bridge Dog Park off Randolph Avenue on the west bank of the Mississippi. There are seven acres here where your pooch can run and play with others. Make sure you bring your own water and some waste bags with you. Dogs must be licensed and vaccinated to use the facility.

When you want one-on-one time with your fur baby, visit Cherokee Regional Park. This 100-acre facility features trails and a scenic overlook. Wander through the woods or along the river with your fur baby in this puptacular park. You can bring dogs on a leash as long as you clean up their waste.

For dogs and their owners, Mendota and the surrounding areas offer a variety of pet-friendly activities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mendota

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    Population Density 1,904/sq mi

    #1 Mendota

    Mendota is a largely residential neighborhood with private homes and apartments. There are sidewalks along the streets where you and Fido can go for a walk together. For a pawtastic hike, take Highway 55 to Pike Island in the Mississippi River. This portion of Fort Snelling State Park has loop trails ranging from one mile to three miles that you can use to go for a walk or jog with your furry friend. Dogs are permitted in the facility, provided that you keep them on a leash up to six feet long. Remember to bring water and waste bags with you to clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 1,575/sq mi

    #2 Wentworth Park

    The Wentworth Park neighborhood of Mendota Heights is just northeast of town. This residential community includes single-family homes, apartment complexes, and two area parks. You can take a daily stroll with your pooch along the sidewalks here. If you want to get out in nature, head to Wentworth Park on Wentworth Avenue. The facility includes walking paths, a pond, and some open spaces. Hike through the woods and fields with your special pal. You can bring dogs on leashes that are no longer than six feet. Make sure to clean up any waste when you visit this public property.
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    Population Density 2,811/sq mi

    #3 Mendakota

    The area of Mendakota in Mendota Heights is about three miles east of town. This residential neighborhood includes a country club, community park, and streets with private homes. There are quiet streets here where you and your canine companion can take a daily walk. When you want to get out in some green space with your special pal, take him to Friendly Marsh Park. This 33-acre facility has paved trails that wander through undeveloped fields, wetlands, and woods. Dogs are permitted to join you if they're on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Bring waste bags and water with you.
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    Population Density 1,904/sq mi

    #4 Lilydale

    Located just north of Mendota, the neighborhood of Lilydale includes an apartment complex, some duplexes, and a pawesome regional park. This area runs along the Minnesota River shore, so there are some lovely areas to go for a stroll with your four-footed pal. At the north end of the community, you and Fido can visit Lilydale Regional Park. Walk or jog along the paved paths in this 636-acre facility. Dogs are welcome to accompany you here as long as you keep them under control and on a leash up to six feet long. Bring waste bags with you to clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 4,391/sq mi

    #5 Highland

    The Highland neighborhood is a densely populated residential area that includes a national golf course, an area high school, and a furrific park. There are sidewalks along the streets here that you can use for your daily walk with your pooch. For a special outing, head to Hidden Falls Regional Park. This facility has 6.7 miles of trails that you and Spot can use to go for a hike or jog along the Mississippi. Enjoy the scenery as you hike through the bottomlands with your fur baby. You can bring dogs with you if you keep them on a leash and clean up after them.
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