Dog Walkers in Maryville, IL

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Dog Areas in Maryville, IL

Maryville is a village with a long history in the coal mining industry. The village is located around 17 miles away from the second biggest city in Missouri -- St Louis. If you cross the Missouri River, you will find more than 10 different doggie parks throughout the city. Maryville doesn't have a veterinary clinic or service -- the closest clinics that you can find are located in Collinsville, which is merely 4 miles away from Maryville.

If you feel like taking your pooch for a walk in the village, you should head to Drost Park, where you will meet plenty of leashed puppers and find many more activities for the human visitors as well. 

Another place that you and your pup will pawsitively enjoy is the Willoughby Heritage Farm. This spot is located just 7 miles away from Maryville and welcomes doggos. There are three trails that you can hike, with the longest one being 1.5 miles through wooded terrain. 

Other than the Airbnb rentals, there aren't any places in Maryville where doggos are allowed. You can head to Collinsville, where you can choose from four accommodations.

If you feel like sipping a glass of wine, snacking and being in the company of your dog, we recommend the Villa Marie Winery! Leashed dogs are allowed to explore the grounds here.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maryville, IL

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    Population Density 2,797/sq mi

    #1 East Edwardsville

    If you're passing through Maryville or you're thinking about moving there along with your pooch, you should know that the closest doggie park is the Joe Glik Park, located around 7 miles away from Marysville. The park is fenced and doggies are allowed to frolic around off-leash. The best part is that membership is not required, so you can just go and have fun! Even though the park isn't very large, there is plenty of space for running and chasing a ball. Drinking water for doggos is another pawsitive thing about this park. The park also has waste baggies and trash cans.
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    Population Density 1,515/sq mi

    #2 Downtown North

    Fifteen miles away from Maryville is another doggie park that Fido will be begging to visit called O'Fallon Dog Park. This 1.5-acre park is a great place to get a little exercise with your pooch. The park is well-maintained, and although there is no natural shading, there is a pavilion that provides a bit of relief from the sun. The agility course here is pawpular with the pups! The park doesn't have a water source, but there are buckets with water often in the fenced area. (It's still a good idea to bring some extra just in case.) Don't forget to take waste baggies with you to keep the park clean.
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    Population Density 2,664/sq mi

    #3 South Swansea

    Swansea Dog Park is located around 15 miles away from Maryville, and it's another pawssibility when you're looking for a park where your pooch can romp around. You should be aware that this park is a membership-only park, so it's not suitable for a one-time visit. Pets that apply for membership must have up-to-date vaccinations. There are two doggie areas where pooches can play, one of which is set aside for small pups, and there is parking right next to the fenced area. If you decide to visit this park, bring water and poop bags with you -- none are provided here.
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    Population Density 3,633/sq mi

    #4 Nameoki

    If you and your pooch prefer hiking and exploring nature over playing at dog parks, then you should head to Old Chain of Rocks Bridge Trail. This trail, which connects two states, is located ruffly 14 miles west of Maryville. The mile-long path is multi-use, so you'll meet other doggos, bikers, and pedestrians on your walk -- make sure your pup is comfortable sharing the trail! Along the way, you'll find historic markers where you can learn about the world-famous Route 66. "Paws" on the Chain of Rocks Bridge and enjoy scenic views of the Missouri River! Keep your pooch leashed and clean up after them.
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    Population Density 1,064/sq mi

    #5 North Edwardsville

    Around 7 miles from Maryville is another trail that you and your pup can explore called the Madison County Transit Watershed Trail. The trail is situated in North Edwardsville and it follows an old rail corridor that dates back to 1868. The trail is five miles long, making it pawfect for hyper hounds, and there are plenty of historic sites to see along the way since Edwardsville is the third oldest city in Illinois. The trail is flat and also family-friendly. Your pooch will have to be leashed and prepared to have close encounters with some wildlife, such as chipmunks and snakes. Don't forget to bring water and waste baggies with you.  
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