Dog walking in Owatonna

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Dog Walking in Owatonna

Owatonna is a furiendly city that you will find in Steele County, Minnesota. The great thing about this puptown is that there are a bunch of pawtastic parks that your canine will love! To keep your pooch in good health, there are five veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Owatonna.

One of the best places in Owatonna for your beloved companion is the Lake Chase Dog Park! Here you can unclip your pup’s leash and watch him have fun bounding around the grass and making new furry friends. It is all fenced in for safe play. Just be sure to bring some fresh water for your panting pooch. Lake Chase Park also has sniff-tastic walking trails you can explore with your canine on leash, as well as the oppawtunity to fish on the lake.

Another puptastic park in Owatonna is the huge Kaplan’s Woods Parkway. Here there is over 225 acres of land you can enjoy, with over six miles of sniff-tastic trails that your pup will love. You can wander around Lake Kohlmier and enjoy furrific amenities such as sand volleyball, fishing piers, picnic shelters and a playground.

For some food and a fresh cup of coffee, head to Starbucks! Here you can tuck into some delicious treats, as well as order a special Puppuccino for your beloved companion. There are also outdoor tables where you can chill out and spend some quality time with your pooch.

What are you waiting for? Come and explore the outdoors with your canine in Owatonna!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Owatonna

Owatonna City Center

48
Population Density
613 per sq. mi.

Owatonna City Center

48

Owatonna has some puptastic dog friendly eateries you can visit for a bite to eat, which includes Dairy Queen! Here you can get your paws into some burgers, hotdogs and sandwiches, as well as order a special Pup Cup for your pooch! You can also head to Culvers for some delicious chicken, burgers and seafood. You can relax at one of the outdoor dog friendly tables with your pup too! If you are visiting Owatonna and are looking for dog friendly accommodation, check in to the Best Budget Inn. Here you can bring your furry friend with you and there are no additional fees to pay. There is also the Americinn, which is a pawsome place that welcomes two canines of any size for only a small additional fee per night.

S Oak Ave/ S Cedar Ave

36
Population Density
2,106 per sq. mi.

S Oak Ave/ S Cedar Ave

36

When you are in Owatonna, come and join in the fun over at Morehouse Park! This is a pawsome 16 acre green spot in town where you can bring your pup for some exercise and playtime. There is plenty of space for playing fetch, as well as trees for shade when it is hot. There are also furrific amenities, including a playground, picnic shelter with a grill, sand volleyball court, horseshoe courts and a skating rink. For comfortable accommodation, you can choose the Oakdale Motel. Here you can bring two pups of any size to stay and only have to pay a small additional fee per night.

Truman Ave/ 18th St SE

24
Population Density
3,185 per sq. mi.

Truman Ave/ 18th St SE

24

Every pooch loves a trip to the park, which means when you are in Owatonna, you have got to head to Buecksler Park! This is a pawsome green spot in town that is around five acres in size and it will be paradise for your pooch, as there is plenty of green open grass for rolling and roaming. There is lots of space for playing fetch with your canine’s favorite ball or Frisbee. There is a small pond here, as well as plenty of trees that your pup can investigate and enjoy some shade under when it is hot outside. Just don’t forget some fresh water for your pup! 

Rose St/ NE 34th Ave

12
Population Density
640 per sq. mi.

Rose St/ NE 34th Ave

12

When you are in Owatonna, you can’t miss out on a trip to the most well-known park in town! Mineral Springs Park is a pawsome place to bring your pup for the afternoon. There are 48 acres you can explore, and you can admire the Princess Owatonna statue that has been here since the 1930s. There are also picnic shelters here, as well as horseshoe courts, a sand volleyball court and playground for the kids. Dartts Park is also another furrific place that your pup will love. You can enjoy a leisurely stroll over the Maple Creek, as well as take advantage of the puptastic amenities here, such as tennis courts, a basketball court, playground and baseball field. 

N Cedar Ave/ 26th St NW

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Population Density
2,336 per sq. mi.

N Cedar Ave/ 26th St NW

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One thing Owatonna is not short of is pawsome parks! For example, there are over 30 acres you can explore with your pooch at Manthey Park with lots of space for some exercise and playtime. There are furrific amenities here that you can use, including a basketball court, playground for the kids, two tennis court and picnic shelters. There is also a sniff-tastic trail where you can stretch your and your pup’s legs. Cashman Park is another puptastic place you can enjoy in the sun with your pooch. There is a hiking trail here where you can go exploring with your furry friend and admire views of the Merrimac River.