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Dog Areas in White Bear Lake

White Bear Lake is a small scenic town just north of the capital of Minnesota, which is St. Paul. There are two vet clinics in the area that are five miles apart in White Bear Lake, both of which provide emergency in addition to routine care.

There are many eateries in White Bear Lake which welcome the whole family, furry members included! Washington Square Bar and Grill has a seasonal menu and live music; Olive’s Fresh Pizza Bar offers many pizzas to try; and Ingredients Cafe has a laid back atmosphere and also hosts live music. These restaurants all have outdoor seating for the family and Fido. If you are more in the mood for coffee check out Caribou Coffee, where there is patio seating.

If you need a place to work off the sugar high, check out White Bear Dog Beach. They have a 100-foot long area where dogs can swim. Need a dog park? Fifteen miles away in Woodbury is Dale Road Dog Park, a fenced park with walking trails for the family. If you're looking for a more intense hike, try out the Bruce Vento regional trail. This trail is 7.97 miles and is open for leashed dogs. If you’re looking for an even longer trail, check out Gateway State Trail, which is 18.3 miles long.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in White Bear Lake

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    Population Density 1,607/sq mi

    #1 City Center

    This quaint community is home to the White Bear Lake Dog Beach. This is a great place for your pooch to have fun if they like water. Your pawesome pal is allowed to swim in the designated area for dogs, but be careful; it’s not fenced in, so your dog should respond well to voice commands. The water here is shallow and the shoreline is kind of rocky. Your pooch can play off-leash as long as they are under your control and are not aggressive. You will also need to bring drinking water and supplies to clean up after them. Oh, and don’t forget your sense of adventure!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,939/sq mi

    #2 South Maplewood

    Looking for a dog park to visit? Head just 12 miles southwest of White Bear Lake to Battle Creek Regional Dog Park in south Maplewood. This large, well-maintained park is the pawfect place for some off-leash play. You’ll also find some benches and shade trees here for added comfort. For a leisurely on-leash stroll, hit one of the walking trails here, or let your pal make a splash in one of the ponds. Remember to pack a towel if you plan to let Fido swim! No need to bring drinking water or waste cleanup bags; both are provided here. All you need to bring is plenty of energy!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,700/sq mi

    #3 Roseville

    The city of Roseville sits just north of the muttropolis of St. Paul, Minnesota. Here, you’ll find the Woodview Dog Park, just 12 miles southwest of White Bear Lake. There are separate areas for large and small dogs here, and small pups even have their own set hours to play. Keep in mind that the area for large dogs isn’t completely fenced in, so you’ll need to keep a close eye on your pooch. Don’t forget to bring some water and waste bags, since these aren’t provided here. The short 12-mile trip is well worth it when you see the op-paw-tunities for play and socialization at this pawesome park!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,213/sq mi

    #4 Payne Phalen

    This sprawling neighborhood of St. Paul is home to the Arlington Arkwright Dog Park, which is located within Arlington Arkwright park. The designated dog area is securely fenced in and allows your pal to play off-leash to his heart’s content. Looking for a quiet stroll? Don’t forget to check out the walking trail here. It’s short and easy, making it the pawfect spot for a quick walk after work. You’ll need to bring some water and waste bags since these amenities aren’t provided here. If you want to explore the larger community park, your pal will need to be on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,145/sq mi

    #5 Central Woodbury

    Just 16 miles away from White Bear Lake, you’ll find a hidden gem: Andy’s Bark Park on Dale Road. This scenic park is the perfect place for your pal to enjoy some off-leash freedom and exercise. Just be careful; this park isn’t totally fenced in, so you’ll need to keep a close eye on your pooch while you’re here. Be sure to visit in the summer so your canine companion can make a splash in one of the doggie pools! Other amenities you’ll find here include water spigots, walking trails, and benches. You’ll need to bring some waste bags. No one likes a litter bug!
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