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Dog Areas in Augusta, MO

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Fewer than 300 people live in the city of Augusta in St. Charles County, Missouri. This small town has a big reputation, and it's known for its abundance of antique stores, bed and breakfasts, wineries, historical museums, and other exciting amenities. Augusta is nestled along the bluffs above the Missouri River Valley, and the big city of St. Louis is only a 35-mile drive from town. A quaint village with all sorts of opportunities to relax and enjoy your surroundings, Augusta is a popular day trip destination, and you'll find no shortage of activities to enjoy in town. Luckily, many of these activities happen to be dog-friendly!

If you've spent the day in Augusta with your dog and you'd like to tuck into a delicious meal, stop into The Silly Goose on Locust Street. This dog-friendly restaurant is in downtown Augusta, and they have five outdoor tables pawfect for enjoying a meal beside your dog. Their extensive menu includes dishes like fried chicken and waffles, Gator Gumbo, and blackened swordfish. They also have a wine list with options to please everyone, and you can purchase by the glass or the bottle. The Silly Goose is just one of several dog-friendly spots in and around Augusta that you and your dog will love!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Augusta, MO

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,646/sq mi

    #1 North Augusta

    Thanks to the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, there are 1,600 trails that span across America which were converted from once abandoned railway lines. The longest of these trails is located in Katy Trail State Park at nearly 240 miles. Katy Trail State Park spans almost all of Missouri, and a section of it runs right through Augusta. This crushed stone and gravel trail is popular with dog walkers (dogs must be on a leash), hikers, joggers, and bikers, and some areas of the path are equipped for equestrians. The trail takes you through scenic farmlands, past wineries and bed and breakfasts, bridges, waterways, and plenty of other stops you won't want to miss!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 49/sq mi

    #2 Defiance

    Broemmelsiek Park is a 494-acre oasis in northern Defiance, Missouri, and it's just over a 20-minute drive from Augusta. This park has fishing lakes, more than seven miles of multi-use trails, picnic shelters, and much more. There's also a 4.7-acre off-leash dog park that was voted the best dog park in the region! The Broemmelsiek Park Dog Park doesn't separate dogs by size, but there is plenty of room for all dogs to play. You'll find open fields for playing fetch, a variety of agility equipment, and even a swimming pond where dogs can cool off. There's also fresh drinking water available, in addition to waste disposal supplies and covered seating areas.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,473/sq mi

    #3 Carlton Glen Estates

    In about half an hour, you and your dog can make the trip north of Augusta to the southeastern corner of Wentzville, Missouri. That's where you'll find Quail Ridge Park, a 250-acre space with a disc golf course, seven miles of multi-use trails, picnic spots, a three-acre fishing lake, and an off-leash dog park! The Quail Ridge Dog Park is a 2.5-acre area with separate sections for big and small dogs, as well as shade structures for humans. Within the dog park, you'll also find waste disposal supplies, and during the summer months, there is fresh drinking water available, but be sure to bring your own if you visit during the colder months of the year.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,294/sq mi

    #4 Cottleville Center

    Cottleville is another city in St. Charles County, and it has a population of more than 5,000 people. In the middle of town, you'll find a place called Legacy Park. This spacious community park has playgrounds, sports fields, trails, gardens, and an off-leash dog park. The Cottleville Bark Park sits on ruffly one acre of land, and within that space, there are separate enclosures for big and small dogs. There are also seating areas and waste disposal supplies, but don't forget to bring your own supply of water. Your dog can accompany you throughout other areas of Legacy Park, including on the trails, if they're on a leash.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 599/sq mi

    #5 Pond

    Less than 30 miles from Augusta you'll find a paradise for pets and their parents at Happy Hounds Playground in Wildwood, Missouri. Located in the Pond neighborhood of central Wildwood, this ten-acre, membership-only, off-leash dog park has everything you could ever want in a dog park! Not only are there separate open spaces for big and small dogs, but there are also different splash pad areas for dogs of different sizes. There's also a swimming pond for dogs, paw washing stations, drinking water, and waste disposal supplies. You and Sparky will also enjoy hiking the nature trail in the park or hanging out at the dock and beach area.
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