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Dog Areas in Sauget

Sauget, Illinois is right on the Missouri River and next to St. Louis. There is not much to do in Sauget or in the surrounding areas, so the larger town of St. Louis is suggested for fun for the whole family.

Forest park is a large park in the St. Louis area that has lots of walking trails for you and Fido! Located in the middle of Forest Park is Boathouse Forest Park, a restaurant and boat rental place. They rent dog-friendly paddle boats. During "Yappy Hour" you pay a cover charge of around $5 and your dog can run and play in an unleashed area with lake access!

Shameless Grounds is a cafe in the Benton Park neighborhood in the south of St Louis. The menu offers breakfast all day, as well as salads, sandwiches, scones, muffins, and a wide selection of coffee drinks, cider, beer, and wine. Dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio, where dog bowls and water are made available.

Failoni's Restaurant and Bar has been in business since 1916 at the same location. Their varied menu includes burgers, meatball subs, grilled tilapia, and brick oven pizza. The large patio welcomes dogs on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and water bowls are available.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sauget

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    #1 Tower Grove South


    Even though it’s in another state, St. Louis is just 10 minutes from Sauget, IL. The Tower Grove South neighborhood has a beautiful, spacious park to bring Fido to have an awesome time walking or running with some new fur-iends! All the facilities and entrance to the park are free, so your pup can enjoy the spacious grassy area, which is especially great for those pooches who like playing fetch or run with other four-legged friends. The place provides visitors with drinking doggy fountains. Has all that playing made you hungry? Visit the Panera Bread nearby, which has dog-friendly outdoor tables. This establishment is located in the buzzing shopping and dining area adjacent to the park on the west side.

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    #2 Compton Heights


    The entire neighborhood of Compton Heights is a national historic district located near the south side of St. Louis. The northwestern part of the neighborhood is occupied by the green area of Compton Hill Reservoir Park, which is situated between Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum and I-44 Highway. The larger park features a separate dog park, called Water Tower Dog Park. The place is fully fenced and provides a spacious area for running off-leash, catching a Frisbee, playing fetch or chasing tails of other canine fur-iends. One thing to remember for dog-owners: membership is required for entering the area of the park. Visit the city’s parks and rec department to obtain one.

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    #3 University City


    One of the oldest suburbs of the city of St. Louis is happy to welcome pets and their owners in University City Off-Leash Dog Park. This park is located close to Heman Park, Heman Park Community Center, and a shopping area which offers some dog-friendly eateries. The park offers off-leash walks for pups of all sizes and includes several facilities such as benches, running water, fountains, and pools. Your pup will love playing with toys also provided by the park and socializing with other tail-waggers in one of two separate areas for small or large dogs. Meanwhile, you can relax in one of the shaded areas and enjoy the friendly atmosphere. You’ll need a permit to use this park, which you can obtain from University City Hall.

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    #4 Grand Center


    The eclectic and cultural Grand Center of St. Louis is also a dog-friendly neighborhood. Pups of all sizes and temperaments are welcome to explore Ellen Clark Sculpture Park and Dog Park, owned by St. Louis University. The neighborhood area is mostly urban, so the park is a great retreat and a place to let your pooch to play and run around the trees. The area is spacious and welcomes small and large dogs alike, so you will probably meet some locals training their dogs or playing with them on the grassy area. It is a great spot to let Fido make some new fur-iends! The easiest way to get to St. Louis from Sauget will be by car via I-64 W, which will take less than 15 minutes. But if you like traveling on public transport, there are buses departing every 30 minutes from Sauget to St. Louis.

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    #5 Downtown St Louis


    St. Louis downtown is a very dog-friendly neighborhood where your pooch is kindly welcome! The city center is full of different amenities. There is a green oasis at the Getaway Mall, which includes the City Garden. This is one of the most unique spots in all of St. Louis. Dogs and their owners are welcome to visit the site, which is full of interactive sculptures, art, and water features. Make sure your pup is not swimming or having fun in the local pools! Lucas Park Dog Park is also located in downtown. It features a dog run and an off-leash area for members only. If you can’t get a membership, you can still explore the main park with your leashed pup. Care for a bite? 314 The City Bar on Washington Street offers a dog-friendly patio with a view of downtown. The Wild Flower Restaurant is another pawesome option, with the outdoor umbrella tables reserved for owners and their mischievous tail-waggers. 

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