This neighborhood is about a 40-minute drive outside of Alorton, Illinois and is home to one of the most dog-tastic activities you and your furry best friend will ever get to experience! The esteemed American Kennel Club’s Museum of the Dog is one of the best dog-friendly experiences to find in the area. If you’re an art lover and a dog lover, this is the perfect place for you! Both you and your scruffy companion are sure to have a tail-wagging good time in the spacious, dog-friendly facility. While absorbing fine art and culture, you can both enjoy treats and amenities for humans and dogs alike.
Keyes Summit in St. Louis is a 25-minute drive from Alorton, Illinois and has one of the best doggy parks in town! No leash is needed at the Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park! Tinder and those scruffy dating sites not working out for your dog? Consider trying a new kind of membership to find the dog your dog has been looking for. Your furry best friend can have the doggone time of his life running around this spacious area, relaxing, rolling in the grass, digging up bones, and socializing with other dogs. Both of you are sure to have a pawsome time here!
The beach might be far away, but who says you and your furry buddy can’t enjoy the riverside? Minnie Ha Ha Park is just a 25-minute drive from Alorton, and it’s the pawfect place to have some splish-splashing, tail-wagging fun! Fido will need to remain on a leash here, though. You can your buddy can enjoy a nice and relaxing walk alongside the river, and then take a quick dip to cool off. It’s also the perfect place for summertime fun, with tremendous spots of shade available. Perfect for when both of you are trying to cool off and you can’t keep your dog from hogging all your doggone air conditioning!
The Tower Grove Park in St. Louis, just a 20-minute drive away from Alorton, is nestled between three neighborhoods: Tower Grove South, Tower Grove East, and Southwest Garden. If you and your dog love ponds, bridges, and beautiful sights, this is the park for you. With its beautiful pond and vast options for outdoor hangouts with your very best friend, this is sure to be the highlight of any memorable weekend! Not to mention, for the hot summer days, there is even a dog-friendly water park feature. It’s the ideal place for when you want to take a break from hiking trails, sniffing butts, and burying bones. Just make sure to keep your pal on a leash here.