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Dog Areas in Mendota Heights

19 Parks
16 Trails
2 Eateries

Just 12 minutes from the Twin Cities, Mendota Heights is a dog-friendly city boasting lakeside parks, scenic bluffs, and miles of trails. Various recreational opportunities are in store for the canine residents and tourists of Mendota Heights, and there is one animal hospital in town to ensure their well-being.

The city welcomes doggos to its parks as long as they are kept on a 6-foot leash and cleaned up after. One of the many places where you can take your furry pal for a walk is the 84-acre Valley Park. Next to the playground is a paved trail that will lead you and Fido through the woods, all the way up to Highway 13.

The Friendly Hills Park, while smaller at 15.5 acres, is another nice spot to spend a beautiful afternoon with your pooch. This park has a paved walking trail that will take you and your dog around the athletic fields, hockey rink, and pond. There is a picnic area beside the double tennis courts, so bring snacks and Fido's favorite treats.

Need to grab a bite with your pup tagging along? Drop by Caribou Coffee or Tommy Chicago's Pizzeria. Both places offer outdoor tables that you can share with your best friend.

You and Fido will definitely have a pawsome time in Mendota Heights!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mendota Heights

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,575/sq mi

    #1 Highway 13 / Annapolis / Dodd

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    Tucked in the northeastern corner of the city, this neighborhood is home to two parks where your pup can stretch their legs and get some exercise. Spanning 9 acres, the Ivy Hills Park includes multiple athletic fields and courts, a playground area, and a walking trail that will take you and Fido to a natural area with a pond. About 1.5 miles from the Ivy Hills Park is the slightly larger Wentworth Park. This 10-acre site features paved walking paths that meander around wooded areas and a pond. After strolling about, stop by one of the two picnic shelters to rest and share a packed lunch with your pooch.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,162/sq mi

    #2 Deer Trail Hills

    36

    Nestled between residences, the Victoria Highland Park is great for taking quiet walks with your pupper. This 7-acre site offers a grassy field and natural area for Fido to sniff and explore. Follow the paved walking path to the back of the park, where you'll find a small pond surrounded by trees. Another spot for walkies in this neighborhood is the 6-acre Marie Park, which is about half a mile from Victoria Highland. Also set among rows of houses, this green space includes a hockey rink, double tennis courts, and a softball field. Go for a leisurely stroll with Fido around the pond, which is located next to the playground.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 398/sq mi

    #3 Pilot Knob

    24

    Let your pooch sniff and roll in the grass freely at the Mendota Heights Dog Park! Spanning 3 acres, this fenced-in, off-leash area is basically an open field where doggos can run around and mingle with other canines. Bags and trash receptacles are provided, but you'll have to bring your own water. A dog license and off-leash pass are required to use the park, so swing by the city hall first. If Fido has any energy left, visit the nearby Pilot Knob Preservation Site for a hike with a history lesson. A traditional sacred site to the Dakota people, Pilot Knob features interpretive signs and trails that educate visitors about the beginnings of Minnesota.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,920/sq mi

    #4 Copperfield

    12

    Spanning 10 acres, the Hagstrom-King Park is frequented by residents of this neighborhood and surrounding communities for its playground, basketball court, and baseball and softball field. The park's paved trails and natural area also make it a pawrific place to take Fido for a leashed stroll. If you have a high-energy pooch that requires longer, more challenging walks, head to the Copperfield Ponds Park, located just less than a mile away. This 25-acre nature preserve features a gravel walking trail that travels between the site's two ponds. Enjoy the fresh air and peaceful scenery as you and your best friend tackle the trail!

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 163/sq mi

    #5 Rogers Lake

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    Take your pupper for a relaxing lakeside stroll at Rogers Lake Park! Situated on the northwestern bend of the 100-acre Rogers Lake, this 9-acre site offers paved walking paths and a natural area for visitors to enjoy. Make your way to the fishing pier so you and Fido can get a closer look at the water and take in the puptacular view. A picnic shelter provides a shaded spot to take a pawse from walking around and to dig into a packed lunch with your pupper. Rogers Lake Park also contains a skate park, sand volleyball court, basketball court, and playground area.

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