Battle Creek Dog Park
Battle Creek Dog Park, located in south Maplewood MN, is run by Ramsey County Park & Rec and a dedicated group of volunteers. It is considered by many to be the best dog park in the metro area. Click here to see the WCCO article stating just that.
Another plus is that Battle Creek Dog Park is free. A permit is not required and parking is plentiful and free. However, there have been car break-ins, so don't leave valuables in your car.
Battle Creek Off-Leash Dog Park is a Ramsey County Off Leash Dog Park in Maplewood, Minnesota. It is a spacious 35 acre area that is fully fenced in. The dog park has miles of wooded trails, two small ponds and one larger swimming pond that is gated, 2 main entrances and one side entrance (see below for directions), two "playgrounds" and lots of friendly people. There is no drinking water (besides the ponds), so be sure to bring some.
For a brochure of all 4 Ramsey County Off Leash Dog Parks, click HERE, to go to their website click HERE.
Check A Little Brown Blog for a map w/ pics.
For a great map with photos of 27 stops around the park check the Battle Creek Dog Park post from A Little Brown Blog.
Daily - Dawn to Dusk
Exception: Twice a year the park is closed for a deer bow hunt, it is usually 3 days in October and 3 days in November. Check the county for closed dates announcements.
I-94 to McKnight Road (near 3M). Travel south on McKnight Road and then turn left (east) at either Upper Afton Road (parking lot is first right) or Lower Afton Road (parking lot is first left) and park in one of the lots. The dog park area isn't signed.
Satellite & Road Map of the Park