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Dog Areas in Beaufort, MO

Beaufort has existed as a community for a long time.  It is a growing place.  People with pups will find a peaceful and convenient place to perhaps put down some roots.  It is out in the country but still close enough on the highway to easily access larger communities such as Saint Louis and Saint Charles.  No veterinarian has set up shop here yet.  Dozens of possibilities for veterinary care are located just a short drive in towns like Union, Washington, and Sullivan.  

Beaufort lacks a business district and is primarily residential.  Travelers to Beaufort will find lodging in Union, just twelve miles east.  The Super 8 on East Main Street welcomes guests traveling with a canine friend.  The motel accepts as many as two dogs of no more than fifty pounds for an additional charge of $15 per dog per night.

Those folks who look for some outdoor experience with their pup may enjoy camping at Robertsville State Park. This state park is only twenty-three miles east of Beaufort.  It has a campground which includes basic and electric campsites.  Two dedicated trails are in this park.  Spice Brush Trail is 0.8 miles long and is of moderate difficulty. Lost Hill Trail is 2.6 miles long.  This trail connects Spice Brush Trail with the campgrounds.  It, too, is of moderate difficulty and includes some steep grades.  Missouri state parks allow dogs to camp and hike, but they must remain on-leash.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Beaufort, MO

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,189/sq mi

    #1 Union City Limits

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    Union is just twelve miles east of Beaufort on Highway 50.  It is a short distance to K9 & Kiddos Dog Park!  This dog/kid playground is an inventive set up with a playground and a dog park side-by-side.  Picnic tables and benches in between make it easy to bring all the members of the family for a day of fun and exercise. The dog park includes a small and large dog fenced area.  Dogs get their own type of playground equipment.  Agility pieces such as tunnels and ramps add to the excitement of this location. Plenty of shade makes this spot comfy for the human companions.  Waste stations provide doggie waste baggies.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,549/sq mi

    #2 Washington City Center

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    Washington is sixteen miles north of Beaufort. Burger Park on International Avenue will put some perk into your pup!  This park includes a fully-fenced area for dogs to rid that leash and run free!  Fido is sure to sniff out a furry buddy (or three) while they're here. The amenities here for the human companions are few.  They will need to bring along comfort items like chairs, and maybe a hat for shade. This dog park consists of a grassy field for dogs to play.  It operates from November through August. The site is used in other months for sports.  Water is not immediately available.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,326/sq mi

    #3 South Point

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    South Point is seventeen miles north of Beaufort. South Point Bark Park offers dogs the opportunity to wag a tail with a new furry buddy!  This off-leash, completely fenced grassy space gives dogs the mutts-needed chance to socialize and exercise. This new permanent dog park has a separately fenced section reserved for the smaller dogs.  Several mature trees in and around the perimeter of the park provide some appreciated shade on those hot days. People welcome the seating available here. Picnic tables and benches allow people to sit while supervising their pups playing.  Waste stations supply those necessary bags for easy pick-ups.  This dog park is a work-in-progress.  Many amenities, like water, are in its future.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 828/sq mi

    #4 Sullivan City Limits

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    Sullivan is nineteen miles south of Beaufort.  Sullivan offers a person with a furry family member a comfortable place to lodge while visiting the area.  America's Best Value Inn on the North Service Road allows you to bring a dog or two of any size for a small fee of $10 per dog per night. Another option for lodging is Baymont Inn & Suites. Also on the North Service Road, Baymont welcomes as many as two canines for a charge of $10 per pup per night.  This hotel requests visitors call in advance to secure a dog-friendly room. Super 8 on the same road allows people to bring along up to two dogs for $5 per dog per night.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 764/sq mi

    #5 City Limits

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    Eureka is a journey of thirty-four miles east of Beaufort. Eureka Dog Park is the newest amenity in Eureka's parks. This dog park (opened in May 2018) is located in Berry Park. Nonresidents may use this dog park. Make sure to complete that registration before the visit! This dog park has a coded entrance. It features a large grassy space that has a separately enclosed area for small dogs.  Water fountains are on the large and small dog sides. Plenty of seats make the human companions comfy.  The red and blue painted pieces of agility equipment are a bonus.  Waste stations supply the necessary stuff for picking up what needs to be picked up.
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