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Dog Areas in North Branch

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Visit and explore Chisago County in Minnesota to immerse yourself in a number of outdoor activities, friendly local towns and a relaxed atmosphere. The city of North Branch is set north of the main commercial and cultural centers of Minneapolis and St. Paul. This is a great place if you're looking to stay for a while with your pup and explore everything a small town has to offer. You will find only one veterinary clinic here which lends a helping paw to every pooch in need.

There are plenty of public parks in North Branch, but none of them have an off-leash area for pooches to play, but you'll find a pawesome alternative here – Sunrise Prairie Trail. This is a dog-friendly trail stretching north to south, with the trailhead in North Branch. Start your adventure here and follow the lead of the road, exploring the nature and neighborhoods of southern Stacy and Wyoming.

But before moving further, you and your pup are welcome to have a lazy day (or night) at AmericInn Lodge and Suites North Branch, located in the city center. Feel free to bring up to two pooches with you and enjoy a mutts-needed rest in one of the comfortable rooms with downtown views.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Branch

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    Population Density 2,251/sq mi

    #1 Lexington Avenue North

    Lexington Avenue North, in the very southern end of Shoreview, winds through the residential quarters, next to Rice Creek, and features two convenience stores on the way to McCullough Park and Turtle Lake. Feel free to stop and stretch your legs at Rice Creek Off-Leash Dog Area, which is a 13-acre fenced park with all the necessary facilities, such as a double-gated entrance and even a gated swimming hole! There is no better place for your mutt to chase some tails and make new fur-iends. Don't fur-get to bring the water and waste bags along, though.
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    Population Density 4,325/sq mi

    #2 71st Avenue North-East

    Fridley is bordered by the Mississippi River to the west and offers an extensive area to explore next to the city center, with parks and recreation areas suitable for both two- and four-legged visitors. 71st Avenue North-East starts right across Community Park and stretches farther, east leading to Locke County Dog Park, which is a large, fenced dog park for pups of different sizes and temperaments! You're welcome to stroll along the walking trails, enjoy some snacks in the picnic area, or run off-leash with some local tail-waggers! You'll need to bring your own water, but you can get a free bowl at Two Stooges Sports Bar and Grill, hidden at the very western end of the street behind Metro Heights Academy.
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    Population Density 2,065/sq mi

    #3 City Center

    Downtown White Bear Lake has a captivating shoreline and a convenient access to the water. Feel free to explore White Bear Dog Beach, set between Memorial Beach Park and Matoska Park, where your mutt is welcome to roam and swim off-leash in the designated areas. The terrain is large enough to entertain small pups as well as big ones. You'll have a blast exploring the walking trails, quiet hidden spots, and the clean sandy beach. If you want to grab a bite to eat, then turn back toward downtown and follow along 4th Street, where you'll find dog-friendly eateries such as The Station Pub and Event Center, with outdoor tables, delicious treats and lots of entertainment!
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    Population Density 1,706/sq mi

    #4 Perry Park

    Arden Hills is set east of New Brighton and away from the bustle and hustle of I-35 West by green leafy parks and crystal clear lakes. The western part of the town flourishes with recreation areas. While you're here, you'll want to check out Perry Park. This public park is a great spot to enjoy a day with the family -- furry members included! -- and spend some quality time together. Apart from the picnic areas and playground, Perry Park also has its own fenced dog park where you can let your pup play off-leash and make some new fur-iends. Bring your own water and a pawsitive attitude with you!
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    Population Density 1,055/sq mi

    #5 Columbia Park

    The northeastern part of Minneapolis will welcome you with neighborhoods featuring many attractions, including recreation areas, quiet residential quarters and a busy highway paired with views of the Mississippi River. The Columbia Park neighborhood is set north of Holland and Audubon Park and is mostly occupied by golf courses and recreation areas. Feel free to stop by Columbia Park with your pooch, which is home to both a golf course and dog park. Your mutt is welcome to socialize and play with other tail-waggers in the off-leash area, or he can explore the park on-leash with you. Don't fur-get to bring water!  If you love dog-friendly eateries, check out Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room, offering unique mouthwatering burgers and a dog-friendly patio.
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