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Dog Areas in Wayzata

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Wayzata is a city located on Lake Minnetonka, on the western edge of the St.Paul-Minneapolis metropolitan area. This area has consistently attracted tourists who come to enjoy its scenic lakes. Dog-friendly Wayzata has a lot more to offer residents and visitors, including one animal hospital ready for all your pup’s health care needs.

For some outdoor time with your pawtastic friend, head to Klapprich Park. Here you will find an off-leash dog park which is just the place for Fido to kick up his heels and romp with the boys! This park is only open in the summer, as it is used as a hockey ice rink in the winter months. Other features of Klapprich Park include numerous sports fields and dedicated picnic areas to enjoy lunch with your pup-tastic friend.  

Next, head to the Dakota Regional Rail Trail and the Luce Line State Trail, both running for miles throughout the city. These former railroad lines have been converted to paved trails stretching for more than 30 scenic miles, making for an epic walk with your pup.

Hungry? Bar Louie, in the next-door town of Minnetonka, offers 30 outdoor pet-friendly tables to enjoy their scratch dishes. 

Wayzata is the place to be with pup by your side!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wayzata

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    Population Density 2,234/sq mi

    #1 Bass Lake Road/West Fish Lake Road


    The Bass Lake Road/West Fish Lake Road neighborhood, in city of Maple Grove, north of Wayzata, offers Fish Lake Dog Park!  Located in the Fish Lake Regional Park, Fido will feel footloose and fancy free on seven acres of fenced area.  After your pup is worn out, you can head into the park for a bit of lakeside relaxation.  There are plenty of wooded spots to enjoy, and picnic areas to share lunch with your fur-ever friend.  There are boating opportunities on Fish Lake in the summer, and it is the perfect place to go ice fishing in the winter.

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    Population Density 2,520/sq mi

    #2 Gleason Lake Drive/Vicksburg Lane North

    The Parkers Lake Park, in the Gleason Lake Drive/Vicksburg Lane North neighborhood, of the city of Plymouth, east of Wayzata, has a pawtastic place for your pup and you to spend fun time together.  Head to the Plymouth Dog Park!  This park is full of open and natural spaces for Miss Fifi to frolic!  There are separate small and large dog areas, each with plenty of shelter to get out of the elements.  They are completely fenced, with play features, and water fountains.  Are you hungry yet?  Dine at dog-friendly Cowboy Jacks and Bruegger’s Bagels on their outdoor patio tables.
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    Population Density 487/sq mi

    #3 Long Lake- Orono


    Ready for some outdoor fun? The Wood-Rill Scientific and Natural Area, in the Long Lake neighborhood, of the city of Wayzata, offers a 141-acre area, which is just perfect to take your pup for some extensive hiking on leash. There are miles of walking trails that interconnect throughout, which also join with the Luce Line State Trail for endless biking opportunities. This is the place to be in the winter for excellent cross-country skiing with pup by your side. Or how about trying some snowshoeing, perfect for those more active pups? Be sure to pack plenty of water and food. 

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    Population Density 2,487/sq mi

    #4 Highcroft Ferndale


    The Highcroft Ferndale neighborhood, in the city of Wayzata, you will find Shaver Park, located directly on an inlet of Wayzata Bay. This park offers a dog-friendly picnicking area near the water and a wooded walking trail to an 1800’s historic trapper’s cabin. Head across the walking bridge to Wayzata Beach. There are dedicated areas for picnicking in the grassy area, where your fur-ever friend is welcome on leash. Sit in the Adirondack chairs located alongside the water and relax. There are also sports courts and a kiddie playground on-site. Be sure to pack plenty of water, but restrooms are provided.

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    Population Density 2,141/sq mi

    #5 Harmony Circle


    The Harmony Circle neighborhood, in the city of Wayzata, is home to the Big Woods River Preserve. This is a hardwood forest that welcomes visitors and pups to this nature preserve, and is popular in March when the sugar maple sap is harvested. Originally a 1930’s estate, it is now a welcome respite from city life. There are rustic paths winding throughout this beautiful space. Be sure to pack plenty of water and mutt mitts to keep this preserve pristine. Afterwards, grab a slice at Gina Maria’s Pizza, or dine at D’Amico and Sons restaurant, featuring made-to-order pasta at their pet-friendly tables.

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