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The Top Twin Cities Indoor Dog Parks

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Alfie

Alfie

Founder & Contributing Writer | Food & Drink, Events & Entertainment

Photo cred: Brew Park Plymouth

The Twin Cities has no shortage of outdoor parks and activities to tucker out even the most energetic pups. But Minnesota winters can be brutal at times (heck, even the summers can too!) Minnesotans are a hearty bunch, but let’s face it, there’s no pup parent of the year award for braving a blizzard in the name of fetch. And nopuppy wants to spend an entire day indoors. Escape the coldest and steamiest of days with these Alfie-approved indoor dogs parks.

Brew Park
2605 Fernbrook Ln N, Ste J, Plymouth

Working from home is so 2020. Ditch that boring home office for a day of productivity+fun at Brew Park in Plymouth. They’ve got everything you need under one woof including an indoor dog park, snacks, and coffee to make it through the day. Stuck in a traditional office all day? Unplug, pick up pup, and get to Brew Park in time for happy hour to enjoy half-price apps and taps. Or meet up with friends for dinner – even your dog-less friends will enjoy the drool-worthy menu!

Indoor Zoomies
10924 Greenbrier Road, Minnetonka

Calling all tiny tater tots, we found a world just your size with smaller ramps and smaller toys, but big, big fun! Indoor Zoomies in Minnetonka is an indoor dog park catering to pups 30 pounds or less. Gone are the days when little princey-poo gets overrun by the big guys! Before you go, register online and upload a copy of your dog’s vet records.

Stone Mountain Pet Lodge
9975 Xenia Ave, Brooklyn Park 

Sure, you can put doggo in one of dozens of daycares around the Twin Cities and let her play all day. But you want in on that action, right?! That’s why Stone Mountain Pet Lodge in Brooklyn Park opens up their pet playground for pop-ins during the winter months. For $15 you and your energizer doggy can explore the facility’s FUNgility equipment for non-competitive training and fun. Visit their website to learn when events are scheduled.

Unleashed Hounds & Hops
200 East Lyndale Ave N, Minneapolis, 

Unleashed Hounds & Hops proudly declares their passion to be dogs, beer, and food… and that makes our floof-loving hearts skip a beat! This combination dog park, taproom, and eatery checks every box. Pup’ll love the indoor and outdoor play options, and you’ll love the large selection of local brews, seltzers, and wine, plus a tasty menu that includes craft sausages, hearty apps, and plant-based options. Check out their calendar for events like Drink for Dogs that supports local rescues. Details on parking, pricing, and reservations can be found on their website.

Bonus Activity: The Dog Tank
2415 Pilot Knob Rd, Mendota Heights

Does your aquaphile get dog-gone-down when he can’t get his swim on? If your water woofer spends all summer in the lake, we’ve got a way for him to keep the dog paddle going all winter long. The Dog Tank in Mendota Heights offers open pool rental for 1-2 dogs. For everyone’s safety, first time visitors must book a private lesson to begin. Book pup’s rezzie to explore dock diving or just take a refreshing dip!

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