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Dog Areas in Roseville, MN

8 Parks
1 Shop
45 Eateries

As a Twin City suburb, Roseville in Ramsey County is always full of life. This city has plenty to offer for dog lovers, with a number of parks that you can enjoy together. In addition, there are three animal hospitals in Roseville, with a number of veterinary clinics and hospitals also available in the surrounding area.

At the Reservoir Woods, you will find Woodview Dog Park. Here you can bring your pup for some off-leash fun, where he is free to run and play in the fenced areas of the park. Your dog is sure to love the acres of open space offered here, as well as the chance to socialize and make new furry friends in the neighborhood!

When you are in Roseville, you have plenty of dog friendly restaurants to choose from, so you don’t have to leave your best friend at home. Green Mill offers delicious meals all day long, with six outdoor tables where you can sit with your pup. Davanni’s Pizza & Hot Hoagies serves up the best pizzas in town, and now you can enjoy a slice with your dog in tow. For dinner, you can also check out Granite City Food & Brewery and dig into some American grub, while your pup can grab a nap at one of the pet friendly tables outdoors. What are you waiting for? Roseville awaits!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Roseville, MN

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    Population Density 6,706/sq mi

    #1 Oakcrest

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    If you need somewhere to stay for the night with your furry friend, you will find dog friendly hotels in the Oakcrest neighborhood. The Motel 6 Roseville has comfortable rooms that you can enjoy with your pup and you don’t have to pay any additional fee. The Norwood Inn & Suites is also a puptastic choice for accommodations, with pet friendly rooms for two dogs that weight up to 25 Ibs. What’s more, you can bring your furry friend for no additional cost! For a bite to eat and a beer, head to Joe Senser’s Sports Grill. Here you can enjoy the lively atmosphere when there’s a game on, as well as a refreshing pint of beer and delicious America food. Plus, there is a pawsome number of dog friendly tables outside!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,142/sq mi

    #2 Roselawn

    36

    In Roselawn, you will find some puptastic parks to head to for some fresh air and fun. Lexington Park is a pawsome place to go for a stroll with your dog, offering green grass and asphalt trails around the park for some leashed exercise. For playing fetch or practicing your pup’s training, you can also visit Kelly Mayflower Park. This neighborhood park has two acres of open space with room to spend some time with your pooch. If you love craft beers, make sure you don’t miss Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom. You can choose a refreshing beer and enjoy favorite dishes, such as ale crust pizza, at one of the three dog friendly outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 4,276/sq mi

    #3 South Owasso

    24

    If you are looking for pawsome places to take your pup in South Owasso, be sure to check out Owasso Hills Park. Here you can get back to nature and escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a few hours. There are snifftastic trails where you can take your furry friend out for a walk, along with benches for resting and enjoying the sunshine. Mapleview Park is also a puptastic neighborhood park where you can let your dog explore on leash, with a picnic table and grill that is perfect for having a day out when the sun is shining.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,676/sq mi

    #4 McCarrons Community

    12

    For good American food, head to McCarron’s Pub and Grill. Here you will find lots of tasty dishes. If you are feeling daring enough, why not try the Inferno Burger with sweet fire sauce? Your pup is welcome to join you at the dog friendly tables on the patio. In McCarrons Community, you will also find one of the largest parks in Roseville; Villa Park. Here you can enjoy nature and walk sniff-tastic trails to let your dog explore. In addition, Tamarack Park is a hidden gem in Roseville. There is a lot of open grass for your dog to roam and run, as well as a playground for the kids. All dogs are welcome here as long as they remain on leash.

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    Population Density 4,703/sq mi

    #5 Reservoir Woods

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    If your dog likes to ruff it, they will love Reservoir Woods Park. Here you will find 115 acres to explore with a pine tree forest, prairies and the peaceful surroundings to enjoy with your pup away from the bright lights of the city. The Reservoir Woods Trail is around three miles long and offers a beautiful nature walk, full of new sights and smells your dog can investigate. Since many people can use the trails around the park, it is best to keep your dog on his leash. This will allow everyone to have pawsome fun together in Reservoir Woods Park!

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