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Dog Areas in Shakopee

32 Parks
5 Trails
2 Shops
6 Eateries
4 Groomers

The city of Shakopee is a far southwestern suburb of the Twin Cities. With 32 neighborhood and community parks and over 60 miles of trails, this is a pawesome place for dogs and their owners. When you need veterinary care for your special pal, you can take your pick from five clinics in town.

Take a scenic stroll with your furry friend. You can connect to Dean Lake Trail off Dean's Lake Blvd. Follow the loop that includes boardwalk areas as you and your pooch walk or jog through these beautiful wetlands. Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you.

Another puptacular trail is the Lake O'Dowd Trail. This nature path wanders along the shores of Lake O'Dowd and offers spectacular scenery in the fall. There's a fishing pier here where you can  drop a line while your canine pal relaxes by your side.

At the edge of downtown, take Fido to Quarry Lake Park. There are walking trails and a dock for non-motorized boats. Enjoy a peaceful stroll along the lake with your fur baby or try your hand at fishing here. Dogs need to be on a leash in this public space.

Shakopee is a delightful place for dogs and their owners to get outdoors together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Shakopee

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,211/sq mi

    #1 Savanna Pointe

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    In Savanna Pointe, there are some multiplexes, an apartment complex, and private residences. Located on the northwestern shore of Deans Lake, this peaceful community has a lovely walking trail where you and your four-footed friend can get some exercise. You can also head over to Savanna Oaks Park on Oxford Road N. This small neighborhood facility has a playground and some open space. Bring a blanket and share a picnic in the park with your pal. Dogs are permitted here as long as they're on a leash and you immediately clean up any droppings. Bring water with you when you visit this park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,998/sq mi

    #2 Tahpah Park

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    The neighborhood around Tahpah Park in western Shakopee is a residential area with single-family homes and multi-family dwellings. There are two community parks here where you and Fido can enjoy some exercise and fresh air together. Check out Lions Park on Adams Street S when you want open spaces where you can go walking or jogging. This facility includes a playground, disc golf course, and grassy areas with shade trees. Use the paved path that winds through the park to stretch your legs with your furry friend. Dogs can join you here if you keep them on a leash and clean up after them.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,546/sq mi

    #3 Southbridge

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    Southbridge is a residential neighborhood with single-family homes and an apartment complex. The roads are lined with sidewalks, making it a nice place to take a stroll with your four-footed friend. When you want to get out and treat your canine companion to some playtime, head to the Southbridge Community Dog Park. This off-leash area includes a half-acre section for small dogs and a ten-acre lot for larger dogs. There are trails and water stations in the park. Pups need to be licensed in Shakopee to use the facility. Make sure you pick up after your fur baby.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 781/sq mi

    #4 Leavitt Woods

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    Chateau Woods is a development with private estates that's located northeast of O'Dowd Lake. Here, you and your canine pal can enjoy a walk down the road in a country-like setting. To share a picnic in the park with your four-footed friend, head to Timber Trails Park on Blue Heron Trail. This small neighborhood facility includes an open field, a playground, and some tables. Play frisbee or drill obedience, then share a snack in the park with your pooch. Dogs are welcome to accompany you here as long as you keep them on a leash. Remember to bring water and waste bags with you.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,635/sq mi

    #5 Pheasant Run

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    The neighborhood of Pheasant Run is a single-family development with a few ponds. There are sidewalks along the streets of this community where you can stretch your legs with your pup. When you want to go for an extended walk or run with your furry friend, take the paved trail that loops around the neighborhood and connects to Green Meadows Park off Thrush Street. The multi-use trail is open to leashed dogs and their owners. Make sure you immediately clean up any messes left by your furry friend when you use this public pathway. Remember to bring water with you.
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