The Pinecone Central Park Dog Park is in Sartell, Minnesota. The dog park is approximately four acres of Pinecone Central Park which has been fenced in and is now an off-leash area for exercising dogs. The park has ample parking lots just a short walking distance from the off-leash zones.
Visitors to Sartell wanting to use the dog park should take care not to confuse Pinecone Central Park with Sartell's Pinecone Regional Park which is on 1st Street and doesn't have a dog park. Pet parents should ensure to keep their pup leashed at all times when outside of this dog park in Sartell as stated by city ordinance.
There's been no need to restrict the number of pups a pet owner can take to the dog park, as Sartell residents are not permitted by law to have more than two dogs in one household. Small fur families are easier to manage in Sartell. Walking more than two could turn out to be troublesome when a pet parent needs to carry scooping equipment with them whenever they're outside the boundaries of their own property.
Still, it's nice to have it all to hand when they're in the dog park. Not carrying scooping apparatus when away from home in Sartell is classed as a petty misdemeanor and no-one wants one of those on their record. Pet parents can also get in a spot of bother if their pup isn't displaying its license and vaccination tags on its collar.
This dog park in Sartell is two lovely spacious grass fields with a few trees, both fenced and one of which is reserved for toy breeds. While there's no restriction on what time of day a dog can be exercised in Sartell, pet owners under eighteen years of age need to walk their fur baby early as the town has a curfew in place and they're not permitted on the streets or in public parks after eleven at night.