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Dog Areas in Savage

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Savage is a city nestled along the south bank of the Mississippi River in Scott County, Minnesota. The city is home to more than 30,000 people, and it's just 15 miles from downtown Minneapolis. Savage was once a small city of fewer than 4,000 people, but today, this booming suburb has all of the amenities you'd expect from a big city. There are more than 2,000 acres of park space in Savage, so outdoor opportunities abound. In fact, Savage even has its own off-leash dog park! In addition to outdoor activities, there are many other dog-friendly activities to check out, including several restaurants that welcome four-legged companions.

One such dog-friendly restaurant in Savage is El Loro on Highway 13 West. This casual Mexican eatery has an expansive menu, and there are four outdoor tables where your pet is welcome to hang out by your side as you eat. You can choose from classic Mexican dishes like burritos, enchiladas, quesadillas, tacos, as well as chicken, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. El Loro has something to offer every appetite, and its reputation as a restaurant that welcomes pups makes it that much better! Once you're done with your meal, you and Spot can head to Savage's own off-leash park, or make the short drive to a dog park in a nearby town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Savage

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    Population Density 1,536/sq mi

    #1 North Savage

    The Savage Dog Park is located in the town's northern quadrant, and it has more than two acres of land for your dog to enjoy. There are separate enclosures for big and small dogs, and there are baskets of dog toys hanging along the fences throughout the park. During the warmer months of the year, there's running water available for your dog to drink. If you are visiting in the winter, you'll appreciate that the park's paths are regularly cleared of snow. There are also mailboxes in the dog park stocked with waste disposal supplies, as well as lighting for night-time visits and portable restrooms for pet parents.
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    Population Density 2,008/sq mi

    #2 West Bloomington

    In less than ten minutes, you and your dog can drive north to West Bloomington, an area of Bloomington, Minnesota. This neighborhood is home to the city's namesake dog park, which sits on more than 25 acres of land. The Bloomington Dog Park has separate enclosures for big and small dogs, and there are wooded areas in the park as well as open fields where your dog can chase a ball. If your dog is a swimmer, they can check out the pond in the dog park, which makes for a great place to cool off. There's also drinking water and waste disposal supplies available in the park.
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    Population Density 2,741/sq mi

    #3 Wood Park East

    You and your pooch can drive to the southeastern corner of Burnsville, Minnesota in less than 15 minutes, and this trip will get you to the Alimagnet Dog Park. This off-leash dog park occupies seven acres of land, and in that space, there are separate enclosures for big and small dogs, as well as a canine swimming area. For winter visits, there's a heated shelter for pet parents, as well as heated water bowls to keep drinking water from freezing. Visitors love that there are walking paths, wooded areas, open fields, and waste disposal supplies. As an added security measure, the Alimagnet Dog Park also has a double-gated entry system.
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    Population Density 3,884/sq mi

    #4 Reservoir Woods

    Roseville is a city in Ramsey County, Minnesota that's just east of Minneapolis, and the town's southeastern quadrant is a half-hour drive from Savage. This area is home to the Woodview Dog Park, which is part of Reservoir Woods Park. This 115-acre city park has plenty of space for you to check out with your dog on a leash, and the dog park takes up more than five acres. Some sections of the dog park aren't fenced, but there are areas that are fully enclosed, and certain hours of the day are designated just for small dogs. If you visit during the summer, your dog can also take a dip in the lake!
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    Population Density 6,979/sq mi

    #5 Minnehaha

    The area of southeast Minneapolis known as Minnehaha is just a 20-minute drive from Savage. This area is home to its namesake dog park, and this off-leash park has trails to explore, as well as swimming access for dogs in the Mississippi River. There are more than seven acres to explore, and you'll need to purchase an off-leash permit to avoid being fined by the city. The rest of Minnehaha Regional Park has more than 167 acres of features to enjoy, including waterfalls, gardens, paths, sports fields, and picnic areas. Your doggo can check out the rest of the park with you when they're wearing their leash.
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