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Alimagnet Dog Park
1200 Alimagnet Parkway
Burnsville, MN 55337

Alimagnet Dog Park is located on County Road 11, two blocks north of County Road 42. It is across from the baseball diamonds and next to the children's play structure. Look for the double gates.

Open daily - 365 days a year - from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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Features of Our Award-Winning Park:

Dog Washing Station: In the summer, park users have free use of a dog-washing station across the parking lot from the dog park's main gates.  (Note: This water is not suitable for human consumption.)
   
Double-Entry Gates: The double gates are intended to allow you and your dog to enter and exit the park without allowing other dogs to enter or exit the park.
   
Pick-Up Bags: Free pick-up bags are supplied by park sponsors and kept stocked by volunteers.  Please pick up after your dog!
   
Pond: The pond is a natural wetland that grows duckweed in the summer.  Gravel is purchased and spread on the beach by volunteers to control erosion and minimize muddy paws.  Please do not throw gravel into the pond.
   
Weather Shelter: Volunteers purchased and built the weather shelter in 2004.  In 2006, a donor contributed timed heaters and a heated water bowl.  Park patrons haul in water and keep this area clean.
   
Special Needs Dog Run: In 2005, the PACK (People of Alimagnet Caring for K9s) opened a Special Needs Dog Run for small, timid, fragile, and elderly dogs. Like the main park, the Special Needs Dog Run has its own double-gated safety entrance and pick-up bag dispenser.
   
Night Lights: In 2006, a donor provided lighting for the park, making it possible to use the park on winter evenings.  Lights come on at dawn and turn off at 10:00 p.m. daily.

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