Saint Ann, Missouri is a fun and very dog-friendly city. This suburban city has six parks that welcome dogs, and it’s also home to dog-friendly restaurants. While Saint Ann doesn’t have any veterinary clinics of its own, there are many options for your pup in Saint Ann’s neighboring city of Saint Louis.
Tiemeyer Park is a great place to go for a walk with your dog in Saint Ann. This park allows dogs on-leash, and it has one walking trail that goes around the park. The trail also passes a cute little pond. Your pup will have a fun time wandering around this neighborhood park.
Minnie Ha Ha Park in Saint Louis is another furtastic place to bring your dog for on-leash walks. This park is about 22 miles from Saint Ann, and it features a 1.8-mile asphalt trail that goes around the perimeter of the park. Along the trail, you’ll get great views of the Meramec River. There are also beautiful, towering oak trees that keep the path shady and cool. You and your pup will both have a fun time exploring this park and the many other dog-friendly parks in and around Saint Ann.
For a pawesome walk with your pup, head over to McDonnell Park. Dogs are welcome on-leash in this large park, which has tons of open fields where you can walk with your dog. There are also numerous flat, paved trails throughout the park. These trails go around lovely fields and past leafy tree-filled areas. After you’re finished walking with your dog, take them for a picnic at one of the park’s picnic shelters. Bring your dog their favorite treat and some water, and have a fun time eating an al fresco meal with your pup!
This neighborhood is home to another lovely park where you can walk your dog on-leash: Saint Ann Park. Here, you and your dog can take a stroll on the park’s one long, flat walking trail. This fun trail offers great views of the park’s creek. When you’re finished with your walk, grab a snack with your pup at nearby Dairy Queen. This casual spot has two dog-friendly outdoor tables where you can enjoy ice cream sundaes, burgers, hot dogs, chicken strips, and more. If your dog was a good boy at the park, treat him to a plain burger patty!
This neighborhood is about 15 miles from Saint Ann, and it's home to the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, a dog-themed art museum that allows pups on-leash. This museum features over 700 paintings, sculptures, and drawings of dogs from many different periods of history. Treats are provided for the furry members of your family, guaranteeing that everyone has a great time here! After you’re finished at the museum, take your dog for a walk through adjacent Queeny Park. This county park has a variety of trails to explore, including trails that go past beautiful creeks and ponds. Your dog will love sniffing around these trails.
Want to let your dog run and play off-leash? Head over to DuSable Dog Park in Saint Charles. This dog park is 12 miles from Saint Ann, and it has separate areas for large and small dogs. While your dog is playing, you can sit under the dog park’s shady pavilion. If your pup gets thirsty, water is available here. Once your dog is all finished playing, take them for lunch at nearby RT Seiler’s. This casual restaurant has dog-friendly outdoor tables, and your server will bring your dog a bowl of cold water. While your pup enjoys their drink, you can feast on RT Weiler’s signature pulled pork, smoked beef brisket, or a tasty burger.
For another fun off-leash dog park, head over to the Paw Park at Ferd B. Lang Park. This park is about 27 miles from Saint Ann, and it has separate areas for large and small dogs. Both areas feature large fields where your pup can run or play fetch with you. There’s also a dog water fountain available. If you want to go out to eat with your pup after the dog park, head to the Local House. This casual restaurant welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they have a huge menu filled with burgers, sandwiches, pasta dishes, and much more.
Current Mom of two rescue Bassets. I have worked with various dog rescues, as well as, Pets and Hospice, visiting hospice patients with my Lab and Basset. I have had dogs all my life. Dog sit for friends and family.