Dog Parks in Greater St. Cloud

To use the off-leash dog parks, you must obtain a permit, or you can pay the $2 cost of entry for a day pass. Always make sure to clean up after your dog and help keep the park clean and safe for everyone to enjoy! St. Cloud also has plenty of  Dog Friendly restaurants, walking trails, and accommodations for you and your four legged friends to check out.

 

Wilson Park: 625 NE Riverside Dr. St. Cloud

Open 6AM-10PM

Wilson Park is located on the Mississippi River and only a few miles from Downtown St. Cloud. The dog park is fenced in on three sides and the fourth side has river access, so your dog can run and swim! Wilson Park has a restroom and a water fountain for use.

 

Jaycees Park: 1111 N. 37th Ave.

Open 6AM-10PM

Jaycee Park is surrounded by chain link fence and features two separate areas. One area is for small dogs, 14 inches or shorter, and one for large dogs. Jaycee Park has benches, restrooms, and shaded areas so you can have a great time while your dog plays!

 

Whitney Park: 2300 Forest Drive

Open 6AM-9:30PM

Whitney Park is located west of the Sauk River and has a fenced dog park as well as beautiful on-leash walking trails for you and your dog(s) to enjoy. The park features shaded sitting areas and a waterspout.

Grey Face Rescue Indoor Dog Park – 7316 Ridgewood Road

Open 6AM-8PM

If the weather isn’t great (we do live in Minnesota after all) check out Grey Face Rescue Indoor Dog Park! This indoor park is a great place to let your dog get some exercise even on the coldest winter days. To book time at the park, head to http://www.greyfacerescue.org/book