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Dog Areas in Saint Michael

On the eastern side of Wright County, Minnesota, you'll find a city called Saint Michael, and it's home to more than 17,000 people. The city was incorporated in 1890, and it's known for its charming rural feel, being a great place to raise a family, its convenient location, and for being home to a variety of Minnesota's exciting outdoor recreational areas. In fact, Saint Michael has been voted the 8th best city in Minnesota, and it isn't hard to see why it's in the top ten! Saint Michael is yet to have its own off-leash dog park, but there are city parks with trails that are ideal for on-leash dog walking in town, and several off-leash dog parks just minutes away.

Highwoods Park is a 7.8-acre neighborhood park in northeastern Saint Michael, and it has playgrounds, picnic stations and gazebos, baseball and soccer fields, and basketball courts. Your dog can join you at this park when they're on a leash, and there's a walking path surrounding the playground that you can stroll with your pet while your two-legged children play. When it comes time to make a trip to an off-leash park with your pet, you'll find pawlenty of choices only a short drive away.

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    Population Density 415/sq mi

    #1 Crow-Hassan

    In only five minutes, you and your dog can drive to the far northeastern edge of Hanover, Minnesota and arrive at the Crow-Hassan Park Reserve. There are hundreds of acres to explore at this preserve, including spaces for camping, boating, hiking, snow-shoeing, and much more. This park is part of the Three Rivers Park District, and it also has an off-leash area where there are more than three miles of trails to trek. The off-leash area is a 40-acre space for dogs to run free of restraint, but be advised that the area isn't entirely fenced. Whether your dog is running through open fields, exploring wooded areas, or taking a dip in the Crow River, they're sure to have a grrreat time!
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    Population Density 1,106/sq mi

    #2 Northeast Maple Grove

    There's another off-leash dog park in the Three Rivers Park District, and this one can be found in northeastern Maple Grove, Minnesota. In about 20 minutes, you and your dog can drive to the Elm Creek Reserve Dog Park, and you'll be rewarded with a 30-acre space where your dog can run free to their heart's content. Within the dog park, there's a fenced swimming area for dogs, as well as a separate section just for small or frail dogs. Be sure to bring a towel to clean your dog up at the end of your visit, and you'll want to bring drinking water as well.
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    Population Density 3,102/sq mi

    #3 Willow Park

    Just west of Minneapolis, there's a small city called St. Louis Park, and the northwestern corner of town is less than a half-hour drive from Saint Michael. This area is where you'll find the Carlson Dog Park at Cedar Knoll Park. This neighborhood park has sports fields, batting cages, concession stands, and picnic areas in addition to the off-leash area. Carlson Dog Park doesn't separate dogs by weight, so your dog is sure to meet large and little dogs. There are walking paths inside the dog park, as well as wooded areas. The dog park provides waste disposal supplies for visitors, but bring your own water.
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    Population Density 1,323/sq mi

    #4 County Road 47

    Plymouth is the seventh-largest city in Minnesota, and the northwestern corner of town is about a 20-minute drive from Saint Michael. In this area, you'll discover the city's namesake dog park, which has a fenced-in area just for small dogs and a big dog section that isn't entirely fenced. There are also trails in the dog park, as well as a wide variety of agility equipment. If your pup gets messy during your visit, you'll appreciate that there's a hose to rinse them off before you leave. In addition to seating areas and waste disposal supplies, there's also a drinking well and bowls for dogs.
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    Population Density 2,726/sq mi

    #5 Fish Lake

    There's another pawfect dog park in Maple Grove, and this one is in the city's southern region, which is a 20-minute drive from Saint Michael. The Fish Lake Regional Dog Park is a seven-acre off-leash space with an additional enclosure just for small dogs or puppies. You'll find water fountains for dogs and humans, seating areas, waste disposal supplies, and plenty of shaded areas in the park. Fish Lake Regional Park is also used for boating, swimming, ice fishing, and hiking. You and your dog can also enjoy the trails and other areas of Fish Lake Regional Park, as long as your pooch remains on a leash.
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