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Dog Areas in Bonner Springs

7 Parks
4 Trails
2 Shops
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

As a western suburb of Kansas City, Bonner Springs offers a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for dogs and their owners. The city includes seven parks and four nature/walking trails for your enjoyment. There are three veterinary clinics here where you can seek professional care for your pup.

If you want to go for a walk or jog with your canine companion, head to the Kansas Avenue to Metro Avenue Trail. This pathway is 1.2 miles long one way. Dogs on leashes are allowed. Make sure to bring water and waste bags when you use this trail.

For a pawtastic outdoor adventure, take Fido to  Wyandotte County Lake, located about 14 miles northeast of Bonner Springs. There's a leash-free area for dogs off West Drive where you can let your pal get a good run. There's also an extensive network of multi-use trails on the east side of the lake. Your pal is welcome to go exploring with you here as long as he's on a leash. Be sure to bring water and waste bags.

After you and your pooch enjoy some fresh air and exercise, stop by Papa Bob's Bar-B-Que on Kaw Drive. This establishment has dog-friendly outdoor seating. Choose from a variety of meats served on a platter or in a sandwich. 

Bonner Springs is a pupful place for you and Fido to share some outdoor adventures!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bonner Springs

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,338/sq mi

    #1 Bonner Springs

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    The neighborhood of Bonner Springs includes some commercial establishments, the area high school, a park, and residential sections. There are tree-lined streets with sidewalks here where you and your pooch can go for a walk. Head over to Lion's Park on Morse Street to give your pup some off-leash exercise with other four-footed pals. K9 and Me, a fenced dog exercise area, is located in the southeast corner of this 17.5-acre facility.  There are benches and waste receptacles for your convenience. Dogs on a leash are also permitted on the trail in the park, provided they're on a leash and you clean up their waste.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 108/sq mi

    #2 Lake of the Forest

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    Lake of the Forest, in the southeast corner of Bonner Springs, is a gated neighborhood that surrounds a lake by the same name. You and Fido will enjoy quiet walks down wooded lanes in this area. When you want to get out and enjoy a day in the park with your pooch, head south of the river to Garrett Park in Shawnee. This 33.5-acre facility includes a walking trail, open fields, and a picnic area. Walk or jog around the facility or enjoy a meal in the park with your special pal. Dogs are welcome to accompany you here, provided that you keep them on a leash and that you pick up after them.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 58/sq mi

    #3 Sunflower

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    Located between Lake of the Forest and downtown Bonner Springs, the neighborhood of Sunflower has an industrial corridor and some secluded residential streets. There's a pawtastic park located in the northwest corner of this area. In Kerry Roberts Memorial Park off South 130th Street, you and your canine companion can explore nature together. This nine-acre facility includes a picnic area and an undeveloped nature trail that loops through the park. Dogs are permitted to join you here as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you bring along some water and waste bags when you visit this facility.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 513/sq mi

    #4 Bonner - Loring

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    Bonner - Loring includes a commercial area and streets with private residences. Take your pup for a stroll along quiet streets in this neighborhood. When you want to go for a walk or jog with your special friend, head over to Wyandotte County Park on North 126th Street. This facility has open spaces, picnic areas, and shade trees. Walk through the fields or take some time to work on your pup's obedience here. Dogs are allowed to join you in this community park, provided that you keep them under your control and on a leash. Bring along some water and waste bags to clean up any droppings.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 325/sq mi

    #5 Lei Valley

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    Lei Valley is a small residential development that's surrounded by fields and woodland. You and your four-footed friend can go for a walk on a paved path that wanders past a few small neighborhood lakes here. From this spot, take Fido to a furiffic park that's just 2 miles to the north on 134th Street. North Park is a 37-acre facility with open fields, wooded areas, a fishing lake with a dock, and more! Go exploring in this park with your furry friend. You can bring dogs here as long as you keep them on a leash and under your control. Make sure that you bring along waste bags to clean up any messes.
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