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Dog Areas in North Sioux City

8 Parks
2 Trails
16 Shops
11 Eateries
1 Groomer

North Sioux City, South Dakota is an interesting little town. It is said to be the first settlement in the state, which makes sense considering its location on McCook Lake. Modern-day North Sioux City combines big-city amenities with small-town charm, and offers its residents and visitors a few furrific recreational opportunities.

Need a place to stay in North Sioux City? The local Days Inn welcomes canine guests! There are no veterinary clinics in town, but you'll find a few options for quality care in nearby Dakota Dunes, just 11 minutes away.

North Sioux City Veterans Park is a beautiful park that features a memorial where you can come and pay your respects to the men and women who gave their lives for what they believed in. You can walk along the trail with your dog or rest at one of the benches and share a quiet moment with your best furry friend.

The City Park is the pawfect place to come and play, pawticularly if you have children of both the human and canine variety. Fur babies are welcome on the trails -- provided they're on a leash, of course -- but are prohibited from playing on the playground.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Sioux City

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,635/sq mi

    #1 Stone State Park

    It may be in another state, but Stone State Park is less than 15 miles from North Sioux City. This is the pawfect place to come to have a barktastic adventure in nature! Your pup must be leashed and cleaned up after -- these rules are strictly enforced! Hike on one of the parks many trails, or bring your rod and reel and try your hand at fishing. Hunting is also available here seasonally; during hunting season, some parts of the park are off-limits. This is a furrific place to enjoy the fresh air with your pup any time of the year!
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 381/sq mi

    #2 Westshore

    Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve is open to the public all year long, apart from some areas which are closed in the winter months. Your dog can join you for an adventure here as long as you have her on a leash and you clean up after her. You will want to bring drinking water for you both. There are several trails that you can enjoy -- the maps are available at the visitor center and online. You can take your mini humans to the playground, but dogs aren't allowed to play at the park. This is a pupular spot in the summer, especially for family events, so expect a crowd.
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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 828/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Sioux City

    Sioux City is pawsitively packed with dog-friendly things to do, see, and sniff! You'll find a few pet-friendly hotels here if you're just visiting. Need some exercise? Riverside Park is a family-friendly park in the heart of town that features walking trails, a playground, picnic areas, and sports fields. Be aware that some of these trails are shared with cyclists, so make sure your pup is comfortable sharing the path! If all that walking made you hungry, paw on over to Trattoria Fresco to enjoy some authentic Italian cuisine. You can also enjoy Sunday brunch here! Leashed dogs are welcome at the outdoor tables.
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 828/sq mi

    #4 Gordon

    If you don't want Mexican food but you do want somewhere to fill your belly, then you can go to Tastee Inn and Out. This is also a dog-friendly restaurant. The tables are outside so that you can dine while getting some fresh air. The fare is classic American. Burger and fries steal the show, but the milkshakes are definitely worth barking for as well. You do have to have a leash on your pet at all times, and be sure to bring a food dish and collapsible water bowl if you plan on sharing your grub!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 579/sq mi

    #5 Bacon Creek

    Bacon Creek has over 200 acres of space to play complete with a variety of trails to explore. You can get a map online or check out the board at the park. The playground is open in the summer months. Dogs are welcome to explore the main park on a leash, but you'll also find an off-leash dog park here if your hound needs a little more playtime. No registration is required, but you'll need to bring plenty of water for yourself and your pup. Don't forget to bring doggie waste bags so that you can clean up after your dog.
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