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Dog Areas in Bismarck, ND

37 Parks
32 Trails
5 Shops
6 Eateries
13 Groomers

As the capital of North Dakota, Bismarck is a bustling city with plenty of trails, parks and open spaces. It sits right on the banks of the Missouri River and in the middle of the Great Plains. Pups living in this city give it two paws up! 

Bismarck is home to 37 parks and 32 trails. Needless to say, your pooch has options when it comes to walking routes. Clip on your furry walking buddy’s leash and head out on the University Drive Trail, Washington Street North Trail, or the Sleepy Hollow Trail. If your dog prefers a walk in the park, make your way over to Lions Park, Sleepy Hollow Park, or South Meadows Park. For something a bit more natural, follow the Rotary Club Arboretum Trail. Enjoy some peace and quiet as you meander down this gravel trail amid a variety of trees and plants.

If you and your furry BFF need a place to stay in Bismarck, don’t worry, there are over 20 pet friendly places to choose from. If you prefer a soft bed and warm shower, then make a reservation at Days Inn, Comfort Inn, Radisson Hotel, or Motel 6. Your pup can get some much needed shut eye in one of their cozy rooms. If you’re in the mood to rough it, check out Hillcrest Acres Campground or Bismarck KOA. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bismarck, ND

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    Population Density 734/sq mi

    #1 State St/ Century Ave


    When Bismarck dogs need to let loose, they ditch their leashes and head over to Century Bark Park. This dog park has three sections, one for large dogs, another for small pups, and a third specifically for obedience training. Bring your pooch over for some canine socialization. He can play chase with his new playmates or a good old fashion game of fetch. There are a couple benches throughout the park, so you can chill out while your pal romps around. Be sure to bring water for your pup, and always remember to clean up after your furry friend. 

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    Population Density 1,364/sq mi

    #2 Washington St/ Redwood Dr


    After hanging out at home all day, your pup needs some fresh air and exercise. Grab her leash and head over to the Riverfront Trail. Walk briskly down this paved trail to get your dog’s blood flowing. The trail clocks in at just over two miles and runs parallel to the Missouri River. While on your walk, you’ll pass the Dakota Zoo and Riverwood Golf Course. You can also cut over to Sertoma Park via the Sertoma Park Loop. If your furry walking buddy likes nature, check out Bill Mills Nature Trail. This 1.5 mile non paved trail takes you through a natural space right on the river’s shore. 

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    Population Density 734/sq mi

    #3 River Rd/ Burnt Boat Dr


    The River Road and Burnt Boat Drive neighborhood is home to Pioneer Park. This park is a pawsome place to spend some quality time with your canine companion. Walk or jog around the paved path for a refreshing workout, then let your buddy sniff his way around the open green space. Bring some water and a snack and chill out by the Eagle statue. Chief Lookings Village neighbors this park. Check out the view of the Missouri River from the scenic overlook before following the Earthlodge Village Interpretive Trail. You and your furry sidekick can learn about the Mandan Indian Tribe Earthlodge Village that dates back to 1675. That’s a woofin’ long time ago!

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    Population Density 734/sq mi

    #4 26th St/ 71st Ave


    Leash up your pup and make your way over to Johnny Gisi Memorial Park. Not only does this park have playgrounds and sport courts, it also has a pupperific walking path. You furry BFF can strut his stuff while taking a couple laps around the trail. Be sure to stop at the overlook and check out the interpretive signs. If your pooch still has energy to burn, continue walking on the Edgewood Trail. This trail is 2.32 miles long.  The 3.14 mile Hay Creek Trail Loop and 2.25 mile Pebble Creek Loop are also nearby.  With all this walking, your pup may fall asleep during the car ride home!

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    #5 U of Mary/ Route 1804


    Dogs and parks go hand in hand. Luckily this neighborhood has a few pawsome parks to make your pup’s tail wag.  It’s no wonder that Cottonwood Park is a local favorite. With ball fields, multipurpose fields, sport courts and a BMX racing track, this park provides hours of entertainment. Four legged park patrons will especially love the open grassy fields and the mile long walking trail.  Head south a little ways and you’ll come to General Sibley’s Park and Campground. Stay the night at this dog friendly campground and enjoy sleeping under the stars.  For a serene walk in the woods, check out the nearby  Sibley Nature Park. 

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