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Dog Areas in Norwood Young America

Norwood Young America is a small town located in Minnesota, and its name is not its only unique characteristic. The city was established when the cities of Norwood and Young America merged into one in the 1990s.

Norwood Young America is also known as the home of the oldest festival in Michigan: Stiftungsfest. The festival is a sort of Founder's Day where the town's German heritage is highlighted with food and music. However, you can see German culture within some of the town's architecture and food year-round.

The city is incredibly small -- approximately 2.5 square miles in size. Still, the community has managed to pack a fair few parks and trails within that space! Leashed, well-behaved dogs are allowed to explore Norwood Young America's parks with you. Just make sure you bring plenty of water and waste baggies along for your excursions here.

Norwood Young America is the pawfect place to be a dog owner!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Norwood Young America

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    Population Density 99/sq mi

    #1 North Norwood Young America

    Although Minnesota is all too often known only for its cold weather, there are also many green parks in the state. Norwood Young America is no exception. Located in the northern part of the city is Friendship Park. This park is a small, lush green area that often hosts many sporting events, community gatherings, and recreational activities. Since this is not a dog park, you will have to keep Spot leashed at all times. Despite this, you and your pooch are always welcome to walk, run, play, and relax in the park. Trust us, Spot will pawsitively love this park!
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    Population Density 61/sq mi

    #2 South Norwood Young America

    If you drive south, you will find Norwood Young America Sports Complex. This sports arena is primarily used for local sporting events. Since it is not a dog park, you will need to need to take a leash, dog toys, water, and poop bags. Even though Fido will have to stay on a leash here, he won't mind, since he gets to spend time with his favorite human ever -- you! Plus, since this is such a popular park destination, you and your pooch are bound to make some friends. Just make sure to clean up after your pup to help keep the park nice and clean for everyone in the community.
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    Population Density 420/sq mi

    #3 Carver Park Reserve

    Norwood Young America residents are lucky, because they're only 25 minutes from Carver Park Reserve. This large park has everything you and your pooch could ever want from a park. Carver Park Reserve has a gigantic stretch of gorgeous greenery, trees, and plenty of wildlife to see. In addition to the nature and scenery, the park also has a historic farm site that you and your pooch can explore. You can start your day off by hiking through the park with your pooch and end it with a picnic near the historic farm site. Spot won't be the only one having a great time!
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    Population Density 138/sq mi

    #4 Minnesota Valley State Recreation Area

    Need to get out of town for awhile and enjoy some time in nature? If you drive less than half an hour from Norwood Young America, you and Fido can visit Minnesota Valley State Recreation Area. This large park is over 5,500 acres in size. The park offers all sorts of outdoor activities, from camping and hiking in the summer to skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. Dogs owners from all over the state love visiting this park and making un-fur-gettable memories with their pooches! Just don't forget to bring plenty of water and waste bags when visiting this state park. Dogs must remain leashed at all times in the park.
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    Population Density 26/sq mi

    #5 Assumption State Wildlife Management Area

    If you drive only ten minutes from Norwood Young America, you'll find a furrific place for you and Fido to spend the day. Assumption State Wildlife Management Area is one of the most well-kept parks in the area. It is often frequented by humans and pups who love the great outdoors, including all the interesting wildlife that comes with it. Since this is not a dog park, you will have to take a dog leash, dog toys, water, and other amenities. This park is not too vast, so you and your pooch could explore the entire park within a few hours.
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