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Minnesota

Policy on Dogs at Preserves

To protect sensitive natural features and as a courtesy to other visitors, pets are prohibited.

To protect sensitive natural features and as a courtesy to other visitors, pets – as a general rule – are prohibited. 
 
Dogs are prohibited from Conservancy lands except at a few remote preserves where they are expressly allowed provided they are kept on a leash at all times:

NOTE: Service dogs are allowed at all Conservancy preserves in Minnesota. Hunting dogs are allowed only during hunting season at Minnesota preserves that are open to hunting.

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