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Dog Areas in Tonka Bay

4 Parks
3 Trails

Tucked between the upper and lower bodies of Lake Minnetonka, Tonka Bay is a small city with an area of about 1 square mile. Because of its location and geography, it has more Minnetonka shoreline than any other similar-sized city. There are no animal hospitals in Tonka Bay, but getting to the closest one in nearby Excelsior would only take 2 minutes by car.

Located next to the city hall and lake, Old Orchard Park is a great place to relax with your four-legged best friend. Take a leisurely, leashed stroll on the paved path along the water, and walk out onto the fishing pier to get a closer look at the view. Picnic tables in the shade are also available on-site, so it would be a good idea to bring snacks and treats for you and Fido to munch on.

Pleasant Park is a park that certainly lives up to its name, with its tall, shady trees and wide, grassy areas. It is the pawfect spot for spending a beautiful day with your pup, whether you're taking a leashed walk in the woods, having a picnic at the picnic tables, or simply hanging out on the grass under the trees.

Tonka Bay's public parks and beaches are off-limits for pooches between April 15th and October 15th, but your furry pal is welcome at any other time of the year. Visit Tonka Bay with Fido and experience life on Lake Minnetonka!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tonka Bay

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    Population Density 1,356/sq mi

    #1 Tonka Bay


    If your pupper enjoys playing in the sand, take them to Crescent Beach. Jointly owned and operated by the neighboring cities of Tonka Bay and Shorewood, Crescent Beach provides a peaceful environment where you and Fido can let your hair and fur down, sunbathe, and enjoy the view. Not a fan of the beach? Head to Manitou Park, which offers access to the 15-mile Lake Minnetonka LRT Regional Trail. Stretching between Hopkins and Carver Park Reserve, this trail boasts scenic views of Lake Minnetonka along the way. Doggos are welcome on the Lake Minnetonka LRT Regional Trail as long as they remain on a 6-foot leash and are cleaned up after.

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    Population Density 1,888/sq mi

    #2 West Point


    Nestled between two marinas, the Wekota Beach and Park is a furrific spot for early morning walkies with your canine companion. Go for a leashed stroll on the paved walking paths, with beautiful Lake Minnetonka as your backdrop. Continue on to the beach if you don't mind a sandy pup. Benches and picnic tables are scattered around the park should you need to sit down and take a break from walking around. Other amenities that you'll find at the Wekota Beach and Park are a playground, grill, tennis court, and basketball court. During the summer, the beach is protected by lifeguards.

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    Population Density 2,315/sq mi

    #3 Excelsior


    Head out a couple of miles east of Tonka Bay to The Commons in nearby Excelsior for a barking good time with your pup! Situated on Excelsior Bay, this historic, 13-acre park is a beautiful spot for leashed strolls, picnics, gatherings, swimming, and relaxation. A popular destination among locals and tourists alike, The Commons is home to open recreation areas, picnic sites, swimming beaches, playgrounds, docks, athletic courts and fields, and a band shell. During the summer, the park transforms into a concert venue, so don't forget to bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy some good music with Fido by your side!

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    Population Density 1,155/sq mi

    #4 Shorewood


    Daily exercise is essential to your furry buddy's health, and taking them to Freeman Park is a great way to make sure they stay active. Just 5 minutes from Tonka Bay, this site in the adjacent city of Shorewood contains paved trails that will take you and Fido around the park and past its several athletic fields. There are also wooded trails that meander through preserved natural areas and a sledding hill that you and your pup can traverse for an extra challenge. Drinking fountains and concessions can be found on-site in case you forget to bring water and snacks. Leashed doggos are welcome at Freeman Park, but remember to pick up after Fido.

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    Population Density 2,804/sq mi

    #5 Aster Trail / Cathcart Drive


    Located across the street from a church and behind a residential area, Cathcart Park in the neighboring city of Shorewood is ideal for spending some quality time with your hound. About 6 minutes southwest of Tonka Bay, Cathcart Park features a playground, picnic tables, and athletic fields and courts. Though on the smaller side, it has paved walkways and open grassy areas that Fido will surely take a shine to. During the winter, Cathcart Park offers an outdoor ice rink that draws skaters and hockey players. Always keep your pup on a leash at Cathcart Park and carry clean-up bags for removing pet waste.

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