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Dog Areas in Bellefontaine Neighbors

10 Parks
9 Trails
4 Groomers

Bellefontaine Neighbors, Missouri is located right next to the Mississippi River just north of St. Louis. There are two vets located in the surrounding area: Halls Ferry Animal Hospital and Belkin Animal Hospital.

Unfortunately, there aren’t any dog-friendly places in the immediate area. But the town is just 10 miles away from St. Louis, where there are many places that serve the whole family, including four-legged family members!

The Boathouse restaurant in scenic Forest Park serves up American favorites and features well-shaded outdoor seating. There are even faucets specifically made for providing your dog with water. The attached boating facility also rents dog-friendly paddle boats!

Ellen Clark Sculpture Park and Dog Park is a real mutts-visit! The park offers gated greenery and tons of running and playing space for the local pups, and even humans are guaranteed to have a good time.

La Mancha Coffeehouse, also located in Saint Louis, is a casual joint that serves up a variety of great things to eat. You can choose from menu options including waffles, breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos, coffee, tea, smoothies, salads, sandwiches, and more. Rover is welcome to join you at one of their two pet-friendly outdoor tables while you enjoy your day.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bellefontaine Neighbors

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    Population Density 3,500/sq mi

    #1 Western St. Louis


    Located about 10 minutes west of Bellefontaine Neighbors is Western St. Louis, which is home to Wayside Dog Park. This fenced-in, off-leash dog park has plenty of room for you and your dog to run around and play; if you just want somewhere to relax with your pooch, there’s also several trees to shade you from the sun while you enjoy the outdoors! There are two separate sections of the park; one for larger dogs, and another for smaller, more-reserved dogs. While a leash is not required within the park, each dog owner must have one in their possession for each dog they have with them.

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    Population Density 6,110/sq mi

    #2 Eastern University City


    About 25 minutes south of Bellefontaine Neighbors is University City, where you’ll find University City Off-Leash Dog Park. This dog park features separate areas for small and large dogs, alongside plenty of amenities, including water fountains, pools for your pooch, and agility equipment. There’s also plenty of shade and seating for pup parents! You can also get in your exercise at the park; there are mini-walking trails located within the dog park. There is one catch, though: to use this dog park, you must have a membership. Both residents and non-residents are encouraged to contact city hall for more information.

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    Population Density 3,122/sq mi

    #3 Western Florissant


    Duchesne Park, located in Western Florrisant, about 15 minutes from Bellefontaine Neighbors, is home to Florissant Dog Park. Although this dog park is small, it is a fenced-in and off-leash option for local dog owners. There are separate areas for small and large dogs. Once you’re done at the dog park, head out to explore the rest of Duchesne Park! Fido can join you in the main areas of the park, but a leash is required for him to explore those sections. Remember to bring baggies to pick up any accidents, as well, as the park does not provide them.

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    Population Density 3,122/sq mi

    #4 Central


    Even your pup would like a treat on the hottest dog days of summer, so why not travel 15 minutes north to Florissant and enjoy some frozen custard? Fritz’s Frozen Custard is a dog-friendly dive where both you and your four-legged friend can enjoy a sweet treat; if you ask for a “doggy cone” your server will give you one at no charge. All seating is outdoor, so keep this in mind if it looks like it might start raining. A leash is required for Fido to join you at your table, so grab a leash and go for the treat that can’t be beat!

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    Population Density 2,288/sq mi

    #5 Northeast St. Louis


    All dogs love a good walk, and your pooch will be howling in appreciation if you take him on a walk at Old Chain of Rocks Bridge in Northeast St. Louis, about 20 minutes from Bellefontaine Neighbors. Hey, you might even enjoy it, too! This mile-long converted railway actually bridges – pun intended – two states together. While your dog will enjoy the exercise, you’re likely to enjoy the view, so make sure to bring along your camera. Locals advise that it can get quite windy, so it’d be smart to bring along a sweater or jacket. A leash is required for Fido to join you on the trail.

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