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Dog Areas in Eudora

Set just outside the Kansas City metropolitan area, Eudora is a welcoming middle-American town with a great deal to offer. Every year, its scenic orchards and rustic vineyards entice countless visitors from near and far who want to experience firsthand the unique beauty of the Midwest.

Eudora is a small, close-knit community that is perfect for people and canine companions who want to take a break from the urban bustle. Its highly-rated veterinary clinic ensures that pet owners in the area can feel at ease. Local dogs and their humans love to visit CPA Park or walk the Eudora South Trail for a taste of nature and a breath of fresh air. Similarly, Bluejacket Park Trail and the Sunflower Trail on 10th Street are great locations for a meditative walk with a furry friend. Eudora also offers a wide variety of outdoor activities: the numerous athletic fields are a great space for a game of fetch, and Bluejacket Park on Cedar Street even has a nine-hole disc golf course!

Whether you want to escape the city, explore nature, or just relax and enjoy the Midwestern ambiance, Eudora is a pawsitively perfect destination for people and their pups.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Eudora

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 90/sq mi

    #1 North Eudora

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    Bordered by the Wakarusa River, Eudora’s north side offers many activities that can make for a pawesome day with your dog. Take a stroll down Main Street and you will pass by some of Eudora’s parks — CPA and Pilla parks to be specific. Wander off of Main street to see the beautiful, welcoming rural neighborhoods of Eudora and probably some local pooches as well! If you want to venture even further north, you’ll reach the majestic Kansas River and the breathtaking open farmland that this part of the country is so well known for.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,534/sq mi

    #2 South Eudora

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    If you’re looking for a quiet place to explore with your waggy companion, look no further than the southwest part of town. Here, you'll find one of Eudora's community parks, which has a great trail. For a true taste of the countryside, stop by Bluejacket Crossing Vineyard — it's about four miles from the heart of the city. The surrounding farmland makes for a wonderful rural walk as well: small ponds and lakes dot the landscape, and the Wakarusa River runs through the countryside. Head to the south end of town to visit the Parks & Recreation Department and find out about local events and activities.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 115/sq mi

    #3 Kill Creek

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    Kill Creek is a great place to check out for anyone who wants a taste of nature, and it’s just a 15-minute drive from Eudora. The surrounding park has plenty of activities for you and your dog: numerous hiking trails, a marina, picnic shelters, a swimming beach, and even a 16-acre off-leash dog area make for a great day out. The park is a favorite destination for Eudora locals, so you are bound to meet some other dog lovers here as well. You might even spot some horses on the equestrian trails surrounding the creek!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,257/sq mi

    #4 West Lawrence

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    Travel about 10 miles west of Eudora to arrive in the beautiful town of Lawrence. Home to the University of Kansas Jayhawks, it has a thriving community of dog lovers and lots of pet-friendly areas. There are also a number of dog-friendly hotels if you are looking for lodging. And when you’re done, travel about 10 miles west for some pup-tastic playtime at Mutt Run Off-Leash Dog Area! If you enjoy scenic views — and who doesn’t? — you’ve found the perfect spot, as Mutt Run can be found next to Clinton State Park, both overlooking the beautiful Clinton Lake.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,903/sq mi

    #5 Prairie Park

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    Nestled on the south side of Lawrence, Prairie Park is a wonderful neighborhood with a rich history and culture. Be sure to stop by the Haskell Rail-Trail, a trail made from a former rail line, for a hike. Prairie Park itself welcomes four-legged friends as long as they are leashed. Broken Arrow park to the west is another great place to visit, and even further west is Naismith Valley Park, which has a nature trail following the stream that runs through it. When you’re done adventuring, journey into downtown Lawrence to find some dog-friendly outdoor seating at restaurants like The Roost!
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