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Dog Areas in Granite City

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Located in Madison County, Granite City is currently evolving into a more dog-friendly community in the Greater St. Louis metropolitan area. Currently, there are several dog-friendly activities, accommodations, and restaurants in Granite City that you can enjoy with your beloved friend.

Two railroad-based hiking trails are available for hiking in Granite City, and are rich with interesting history and beautiful scenic views. Other dog-friendly activities are just around the corner in St. Louis, where just a twenty-minute drive can open up numerous alternative activities to share with Fido. In St. Louis, 18 activities are dog friendly, including the interesting American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog.

You’ll find several dog services in Granite City which will take care of all your pup’s needs. There are also three dog-friendly restaurants here in case you get hungry! The food at these restaurants range from a wide variety of traditional Mexican food to American comfort food, and the best part is your dog can join you to share a delicious meal! Nearby in Kirkwood, an amazing snow cone stand in the local farmer’s market is highly recommended to all dog and sweet lovers. There is also a dog-friendly brewery in St. Louis that allows your well-behaved dog inside access.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Granite City

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 703/sq mi

    #1 Madison County


    Both of the beautiful trails in Madison County are a part of the network of trails connected by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy organization. If you enjoy hiking and dogs, just imagine the clustered flower blossoms and other vegetation hiding in nooks and crannies awaiting the gentle nuzzle of your dog’s nose and admiration from your nature-loving eye. The vast open space of the local dog trails offers everything your dog could ever imagine wanting in a safe leashed environment. Experienced and beginner hikers are all welcome to enjoy the trails of Madison County with their very best fur friends.

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  2. Dog Parks 12
    Population Density 358/sq mi

    #2 Saint Louis


    Saint Louis, Missouri is only 20 minutes from Granite City, and is home to numerous dog-friendly activities to do with Fido. With over ten parks to choose from, the only problem with Saint Louis is deciding which to go to first. Other activities such as the Saint Louis Walk of Fame, the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, and Sculpture and Historic parks. The parks include amazing characteristics like huge trees to scurry around, ponds, separated areas for small and large dogs, doggy sculptures, and more. Hiking trails are also threaded throughout Saint Louis for hiking lovers, so lace up your best hiking shoes and hit the road!

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 601/sq mi

    #3 Edwardsville


    Edwardsville is a little less than 30 minutes from Granite City. With one dog park and six trails, Edwardsville has a lot to offer the dog community. The highly-rated Joe Glik Park is a unique experience for all dogs. With trees placed throughout the park, shaded areas are numerous within the bounds of the park to accommodate all dog and owner needs. Areas are specified for children, so you can either bring your kids to play with Fido or go to the opposite side of the park and let Fido off to play without worry about children getting knocked over. The park is fenced for safe play for dogs of all sizes. 

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,664/sq mi

    #4 O'Fallon


    O’Fallon offers a beautifully spacious dog park, and is located about 40 minutes from Granite City. Rated highly, Rock Springs Dog Park is a fantastic adventure just waiting to happen. With two fenced-in acres of park, your dog can safely play off-leash with other park-going dogs. This park is big enough for a few games of fetch and for frolicking in the grassy fields with new buddies. Picnic pavilions are provided for dog parents to sit comfortably and watch their playful pup stretch their legs. Agility courses are also provided for extra obedience training and mental stimuli for your favorite four-legged best friend. 

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 400/sq mi

    #5 Sunset Hills


    Twenty minutes from Granite City, Sunset Hills is home to a sweet little dog park. If you dog is in need of a good run, then look no further. Dogs can feel free to run and socialize with other dogs in the beautiful park. All the new sights and smells will definitely have your dog happy and content. All dogs are asked to be updated on shots so the park will always be safe for your dog to play in. The dog park receives a five-star rating from multiple park-goers, which means that a lot of dogs have been having some tail-wagging fun here! Come on over to Sunset Hill and experience the joy in your dog’s eyes of playing in the fields of doggy heaven.

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