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Dog Areas in Moorhead

10 Parks
3 Trails
9 Shops
4 Eateries
6 Groomers

Moorhead rests on the western border of Minnesota, along Red River. Despite the small town lifestyle, the area has become popular since being referenced in two different movies, and home to one of the very first Dairy Queens. The city has become pretty famous among dog-walkers too, thanks to its open fields, dog-friendly parks, multiple trails, and 2 animal hospitals.

Woodlawn Park is the largest park in the city, and has something for everyone, including paved trails, open fields, forested paths, and a pond for fishing. The park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and allows access to fenced-in tennis courts, a picnic pavilion, a playground, restrooms, water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The park's trail extends .7 miles and connects to the Moorhead Viking Ship Park Bike Trail, a long multi-use trail that follows the river.

One of the most popular parks in the city is known as Gooseberry Mound Park, thanks to its large, open area along Red River. There's a boat launch, fishing spots, shaded sitting areas, and lots of room to run around with your pooch. Dogs do have to remain on a leash, but they can enjoy access to restrooms, a playground, two picnic pavilions, paved walkways, water fountains, and benches.

There's no better place than Moorhead to walk Fido, thanks to its dedication to giving Fido some outdoor time through parks like Riverfront Park, Northeast Park, and Alm Park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Moorhead

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    Population Density 3,142/sq mi

    #1 40th Ave South

    The neighborhood of 40th Ave South is a bustling residential neighborhood with shopping centers and businesses. The most famous park in the area is the River Oaks Park, thanks to its peninsula location along Red River, and its vast area for multiple activities. The park has a greenway path that loops around the park, with access to forested trails, a boat launch, fishing dock, playground, and open space to play in. The Riverview Estates Park has a more inner mainland location, but also provides a large area for pups to run around in, that's surrounded by trees for privacy and shade. There's a baseball field, playground, and enclosed tennis courts in this park. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 3,023/sq mi

    #2 Mallard Creek

    Mallard Creek is a quiet and cozy residential area with packed homes and school districts. The community is home to Belsly Park, which provides humans and pups a beautiful area to go for a walk in. The area is flat and open, with a paved walkway that encircles the park. The trail is .7 miles long, with benches and trash bins along it. For more amenities and space to run around though, you and your pooch should head to the Southside Regional Park. The park has 20 acres of recreational area, with 12 soccer fields, 4 fenced-in baseball fields, paved walkways, and restrooms. There's also a small pond for fishing and shaded sitting areas. Additional features at the park include water fountains, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights.
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    Population Density 2,476/sq mi

    #3 Ridgewood

    The neighborhood of Ridgewood is an open neighborhood, with lots of fields and old farmland that surrounds residential homes. Right in the middle of the neighborhood is Ridgewood Park, which is a favorite spot among dog walkers. There are open spaces and a baseball field that is surrounded by privacy trees, with access to restrooms, a playground, basketball courts, and a pavilion. Dogs must be on a leash inside the park, and don't forget to bring some water. Horizon Park is on the east side of the neighborhood, and has half a mile trail, a fishing pond, and running water. Fido can run, play, relax along the ponds edge, and enjoy features like clean-up stations, a playground, fenced-in tennis courts, clean-up stations, and nighttime lights.
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    Population Density 7,140/sq mi

    #4 Romkey Park

    Romkey Park is a suburban neighborhood with busy streets and active shopping centers on the outside of the city's downtown area. Even the park that's named after the community, Romkey Park, gets pretty busy. The park has a long narrow area with fresh-cut grass and shaded sitting areas that Fido can enjoy too. There's a swimming pool, a playground, a baseball field, restrooms, a gazebo, and swingsets. Lamb Park is right down the street, and provides a more quiet place to take Fido. The park boasts an open area that is surrounded by tall trees that offers lots of shade, with access to a baseball field, a playground, and paved walkways. Both parks have water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 3,761/sq mi

    #5 North Moorhead

    North Moorhead is the on the northern corner of the city, and is taken up by residential homes and old farmland. Right along Red River is a large park known as MB Johnson Park that is best known for its large open area, surrounded by thick forests with access to the river. The park has paved walkways, a boat launch, a playground, picnic area, and acres of space to run around in. The park does not require pups to be on a leash, but does provide water and trash bins. Centennial Park is on the other side of the neighborhood, but still has a great dog-friendly spot to take Fido out in. The park also hosts 4 fenced-in baseball fields, restrooms, paved walkways, and a picnic area. Additional features include nighttime lights, water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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