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Pet Friendly Hotels in Minneapolis - St. Paul, MN

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Family Friendly Minneapolis - St. Paul Hotels

Nestled in the state of Minneapolis, St Paul is the second largest city and forms part of what is known as the ‘Twin Cities’. A laid back city, you will appreciate the friendly locals, quaint tree-lined streets, and a charming small-town atmosphere. It does not only offer the perfect getaway for you, but for your pet as well as St Paul is perfect for outdoor activities.

The best activities for you and your pet in Minneapolis–Saint Paul (MN)

In summer, you can hit the bike trails or along the beautiful Mississippi river, where pets are, of course, welcome to enjoy the epic view with you. In winter, St Paul keeps things fresh with a fabulous Winter Carnival. This way, you will not be disappointed by the cooler months either. The carnival is held in beautiful Rice Park, which is in the downtown area of St Paul. At this time of year, it transforms from a peaceful park into a winter wonderland.

St Paul is nothing if not pretty, so hit the pavements and let your feet take you to Dale Street. This street is located near the beautiful Summit Avenue, where Scott F Fitzgerald once lived and spent much of his youth. You can join a walking tour, run by the Minnesota Historical Society, which lasts around 75 minutes and gives you an in-depth look into his life in St Paul. To be on the safe side, check with the tour guide before booking whether your dog is welcome to join.

For an extended walk in the park, take a stroll around Minnehaha Dog Park, or Mill Ruins Park. Be sure to keep your dogs leashed at all times. When you and your pet start to hear your tummies rumbling, head to Psycho Suzie’s Motor Lounge. This is a place far more welcoming than the name suggests. Here, you can gorge on delicious Polynesian cuisine in the Tiki lounge. Pets are welcome to dine on the pretty patio overlooking the water.

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