Situated just northwest of Topeka, Meoken is a small, tight-knit community on the wide open plains of Kansas. Residents of this agricultural area enjoy views of beautiful verdant farmlands with all the furrific big city amenities of Topeka, like 20 animal clinics, just a quick trip down the road.
Menoken pups love visiting Hill’s Bark Park at Topeka’s Gage Park, about five miles south of the small town. This fully enclosed off-leash area has ample room for pooches to run and play! There is tons of grass, lots of big shady trees, a furrific agility course and seating areas throughout the park where humans can relax while their dogs make new furry friends! This pawsome park has tons of amenities too, like a separate area for smaller dogs, drinking fountains for pups and people, doggie waste cleanup stations and toys! The park features lighting, so you and Fido can visit in the evening!
For nearby furrific eats, check out Quinton’s Bar and Deli in Topeka! Your leashed dog is welcome to join you on the patio while you indulge in yummy soups, burgers, sandwiches and salads.
With a woofderful off-leash area and other puptastic conveniences so close to this quiet community, it’s easy to see why pooches and their people love Menoken!
Check out one of Topeka’s most pleasant areas with your furry friend, the Greater Auburndale neighborhood! Only four miles from Menoken, this neighborhood’s Auburndale Park is a furrific wide open green space where you and your leashed pup can enjoy some quality time outside. The park is full of large, shady trees dispersed throughout the grassy areas. It’s a peaceful place for a stroll with your pooch. The park also has picnic tables, a playground and a stream with fishing access. This neighborhood is also home to other puptastic parks, including Edgewood Park and Medford Park where leashed dogs are welcome.
About four miles from Menoken, you and Fido will love visiting this Topeka neighborhood amed for the area’s sports complex that houses a pool, stadium and sports fields. The Hummer Sports Park is also where you’ll find some great parks to visit with your dog! Also in this neighborhood is Hughes Park, a large and furrific community park has lots of open grass where you and your leashed pooch can play or work on some training. There’s also a paved walking path that meanders around the park and beneath mature trees that provide plenty of shade on warm days. Hughes Park has picnic tables, a playground and pickleball courts. Be sure to check out another nearby green space at Childrens Park.
You and your four-legged pal will love exploring Topeka’s Gage Boulevard neighborhood, about five miles from Menoken. This area’s Washburn Park is a pawsitively furrific place for an outing with your leashed pup. The big, grassy park is dotted with tons of mature trees, so you and Fido will have lots of shade on your jaunt and during playtime. It’s also a great place to sprawl out on a blanket and read a book while your pup takes in the scenery and the sounds of water trickling through the small canal that runs through the park. Two-legged children love Washburn Park’s large playground, and there’s also plenty of benches and picnic tables, too.
Leash your pup and make a visit to an absolutely woofderful park in Topeka’s Westboro neighborhood, about five miles from Menoken! The neighborhood’s namesake Westboro Park is a huge open green space situated in a stunning residential area. You and Fido can admire Tudor-style homes as you enjoy a jaunt on the park’s lush lawn and wind around the plethora of mature trees. Westboro Park has a playground where kiddos can romp, benches, picnic areas with barbecue grills and beautiful flower beds. There’s also a drinking fountain and doggie cleanup baggies. Just a few blocks away, you and Fido can check out a delightful little pocket park, Tudor Park.
Looking for a quiet place to take your leashed dog for a walk? Check out Topeka’s Ward-Meade neighborhood! About six miles from Menoken, this area’s W. Giles Park is nestled in a peaceful residential neighborhood that is full of historic homes and mature trees. W. Giles Park has tons of open grass where you and Fido can stretch your legs and sniff out some squirrels that may be hiding out in the park’s shady trees. This woofderful community park has benches where you can relax with your pooch by your side and a playground where kiddos can burn off some energy, too. This neighborhood is also home to the Ward-Meade Park.