Off-Leash Dog Parks in Maplewood, MN

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Maplewood, and 33 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Maplewood.

Pet Friendly Battle Creek Off Leash Site
Battle Creek Off Leash Site This lovely, clean off-leash dog park includes wide paths, trees for shade, and small lakes where your pet can swim. See Details
Pet Friendly Battle Creek Regional Dog Park
Battle Creek Regional Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash at this fenced, grassy dog park, which includes trees and benches. See Details
Alimagnet Dog Park Alimagnet Dog Park is the perfect place to let your dog run free. It offers 7 acres of off-leash fenced area, a double-gated entry, a pond, an open grass area, a wood-mulch walking path, a wooded area, picnic tables, benches, waste bags, and trash containers. The park also hosts many special events throughout the year (that you can find listed on their website). Park rules include picking up after your dog and filling any holes that your dog may dig. All dogs must enter and exit the park on a leash. Any aggressive behavior will not be tolerated. All dogs 4 months or older must be fully licensed and vaccinated. Female dogs in heat are not allowed. No human food or dog treats are allowed inside the park. See Details
Minneapolis Airport Off Leash Dog Park Just south of Highway 62, 80 acres - mix of open spaces and paths bordering a large swamp/wetland area. This is NOT an official city regulated off-leash dog park. The land is owned by the Metropolitan Airport Commission and borders the airport runways. Not all areas are fenced so dogs should have good recall. While you don't need to have an off-leash permit to let your dog run free here, there are no trash cans, bags or water sources (save the swamp) for the dogs. What your dog poops in, you bring out. Be warned: Since no one is enforcing the stricter regulations of city dog parks, you bring your dog at your own risk. Majority of dog owners are responsible and want the park to be a clean and safe place for dogs to play. That being said, watch where you step and remember if there is a problem with another dog or owner, you are on your own to resolve it. See Details
Woodview Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash in this fenced dog park, which sets aside certain hours for small-dog only play. A portion of the park near Larpenteur Ave is unfenced. See Details
Bald Eagle Otter Lake Regional Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash at this 12-acre, partially fenced dog park. See Details
Arlington Arkwright Dog Park Nestled in a residential neighborhood, this 4.5 acre park offers people and pets an opportunity to engage in social interaction and play. Dogs can be off leash at this fully fenced park, and there are wooded trails and plenty of open space to run. It's located at the intersection of Arlington and Arkwright streets in St. Paul (just off 35E and Maryland Ave). The park is bounded by Arlington Avenue on the north, Arkwright Street on the west, Clark Street on the south and Desoto Street on the east. See Details
Lake of the Isles Dog Park Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this park, located on Lake of the Isles Parkway. See Details
Airport Park Off Leash Dog Park Pets will love to play off-leash at this neighborhood dog park, though be careful as the area is not fully fenced. See Details
Rice Creek Off Leash Dog Area Large, fully-fenced 13-acre dog park on Lexington south of Hwy J. Two double-gated entrances and a gated swimming hole. Paths, prairie, sandy areas, and trees. Restrooms and water fountain in Lexington Ave parking lot. See Details
Rice Creek North Regional Park This is a lovely park with walking trails and access to a pond. Dogs must be kept on leash as the area is not fenced. See Details
Meeker Island Dog Park The park is bordered by the Mississippi River and steep bluffs. There is no fence, but under control dogs can play off leash. Park is located just west of Eustice St and Mississippi River Blvd intersection. See Details
Loring Park Off Leash Dog Park City dogs will love the chance to play off-leash in the designated area in the northeast section of this public park, which includes grass, boulders, bridge, gravel, and trees. Permit required. See Details
St. Anthony Parkway Off-Leash Recreation Area Your pet will love to let off some steam at this fenced, off-leash park, which includes mulch ground cover and shade trees. Remember to bring water. See Details
Kaposia Landing Dog Park Your pet will love to run off-leash at this fenced, grassy dog park, which includes picnic tables and shade areas. Membership from city required. See Details
Franklin Terrace Dog Park Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this park on Franklin Terrace. See Details
Victory Prairie Dog Park 2.5 acres all fenced in, mostly grass, a few gravel paths & wood chips by the picnic tables. The regulars have provided a box with bags for clean up, and bowls for water, but you should bring your own water. The locals are friendly, but some dogs are overly alpha. Not a good place if your puppy is shy. The handout from the city says parking on Russell is allowed, but some neighbors yell at people who park in front of their homes. See Details
High Bridge Dog Park High Bridge Dog Park, located at the site of a former coal power plant, is a fully-fenced, seven-acre dog park with plenty of space for your pup to romp off leash. The dog park entrance is on the westernmost end of the park, near the parking lot. See Details
Lowertown Dog Park Completely fenced-in area located near CHS Field. Dogs are welcome off leash. See Details
St. Anthony Parkway Off-Leash Dog Park There is a dog park located across the street from Columbia Park Golf Learning Center on the south side of St Anthony Parkway. Parking lot located West of the Columbia Golf Learning Center and near the kiosk. See Details
Dog Park at Perry Park Dogs are welcome to play off-leash at this dog park that was converted from an old baseball field in Arden Hills. Dog Park at Perry Park is open daily from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Bunker Hills Regional Dog Park Bunker Hills Regional Dog Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Coon Rapids. Anoka County has partnered with the cities of Coon Rapids and Andover on the construction of a dog park at Bunker Hills Regional Park. Located off 133rd Avenue near the existing compost site, the 6.5 acre dog park has a small and large dog area, an open play area and a short trail for those that want to walk with their dog. The dog park is open every day of the week from 6am to 10pm. See Details
Rivertown Dog Park Fenced in three area park with trees. One fence is toy friendly (can play with a chuckit easily), one is not toy friendly and one was small/timid dog. There is a nice paved parking lot and dog waste bags available. Waste receptacles are two trash bins outside the front gate. It is a great place to hang out with your dog off leash inside the fences. There is a bike/walking path along the back and side of the park for on leash walkies. See Details
Andy's Bark Park Andy's Bark Park is pet-friendly. Located at 11664 Dale Road, the city's off-leash dog park is named after the Police Department's first K9 officer, Andy. The whole park is approximately 70 acres in total, including mowed walking trails with benches, shelter area with picnic tables, pet watering station, pet waste disposal stations with bags, portable restroom (year-round), trash containers and kiosk. The park is open every day of the week from 6am to 10pm. See Details