The Stillwater MN Dog Park was Established in 2014 after 5 long years of dedicated work, efforts and support from the Community
Located Next to the JC Ball Fields at the intersection of Cty Rd 12 & Deerpath, Stillwater MN 55082
Stillwater Dog Park Rules
For any concerns or questions, please contact Friends of Stillwater Area Dog Park
at (651) 439-6688 or email: email@example.com
**In case of an emergency, call 911**
Dog Park Safety Tips
Stillwater Dog Park Safety Tips & Etiquette
~Make your first visit without your dog to familiarize yourself with the site(parking, access gates, etc). Make your initial doggie visit at a time that is not as busy. Daytime hours during the week and late afternoons on the weekend are generally quiet times at the dog park.
~ Remember that many dogs who visit the dog park are not socialized to children. Keep children close and allow no running, screaming or food. Do not allow your children to approach a dog without permission from the dog's handler.
~ Know your dog! Not all dogs are good candidates for off-leash dog parks. If your dog has not had regular interaction with other dogs, it may lack the necessary social skills to make your visit safe and enjoyable. Check for training schools that offer remedial socialization classes for adult dogs or for trainers who will work with you at the off-leash dog park. Socialize young puppies (8-16weeks of age) at a puppy kindergarten class, not at the dog park.
~Let your dog off-leash as soon as you arrive within the transitional corridor of the park. Mixing leashed and unleashed dogs commonly causes problems. Leashed dogs often feel threatened by the free dogs and will display provocative body language and defensive behavior. If you are uncomfortable about letting your dog off-leash, do not visit the off-leash park.
Let’s all play nice and keep the park a safe place for dogs to play and people to enjoy.