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Berger is home to a little more than a handful of people in Eastern Franklin County. For many years, it was a secret storage site for hazardous waste. The hazard has been remediated, and today, Berger is a decent rural town for people with a canine family member. Although no veterinary clinics operate within its boundaries, numerous choices for veterinary care can be found in nearby communities like Hermann, Washington, and Warrenton. In fact, metropolitan Saint Louis, with its hundreds of specialists, is about an hour's drive away. A person can live in Berger and enjoy the rural life as well as quick access to big-city amenities.
The rural life in Berger includes the Bias Vineyard & Winery on Highway B. Berger is in wine country, and the welcome mat is out at Bias for people looking for a day out with their pup. The vast expanse of the countryside is planted with grapes, and leashed dogs may walk the grounds. Outdoor tables invite a person with a furry friend to enjoy some of the wine and beer products produced at Bias.
For some outdoor exercise, Little Lost Creek Conservation Area is just twenty miles north of Berger. This conservation area has a six-mile, rugged hiking trail with some steep and rocky climbs toward some scenic views. People may pitch a tent here, but there are no facilities like restrooms. Don't forget to bring water! A few picnic tables are tucked in secluded spots, but a trek along a poorly marked trail may be needed to locate them. The state permits hunting on the property, so be mindful of that. Dogs should remain on-leash here.
Hermann is nine miles north of Berger. Hermann is known for its fine wineries, but it also has some eateries for you and your pup to check out together. Swiss Meat & Sausage Company is a butchery which sells its product in delicatessen-style sandwiches. A menu of sausage and bratwurst all freshly prepared on-site makes this a great spot for a lunch or early dinner. Five outdoor tables let you and your pup sample the wares of this butcher shop in comfort. A sweet dessert is the pawfect way to top off this visit. EspressoLaine on East 1st Street opens at 6:30 a.m. and serves a variety of coffees and pastries. The front-porch seating makes this a restful stop for a person visiting with a canine pal.
A trip to the historic river town of Washington is only twenty-three miles east of Berger. The Blue Duck on West Front Street is so close to the river that your canine pal should be able to smell it! This restaurant has some upscale eats for you and your four-legged dining buddy. The menu features such specialties as duck fried rice and grilled salmon. A variety of soups and sandwiches make it an ideal spot for a lunch with a bit of ambiance. The Blue Duck is closed on Monday and Sunday and serves only lunch on Tuesday. The outdoor seating will make you and your pup feel welcome as you enjoy your meal.
South Point is about twenty-four miles east of Berger. South Point Bark Park is Washington's first dog park which operates the entire year. The city, with the assistance of a corps of volunteers, maintains this pawpular fixture in Washington. Beware of mud if visiting this dog park after a long rain. A small section of the space is set aside for the small pups. A few benches keep the human companions happy while their pups play. Water fountains are on the future building plans for the site. Waste stations supply doggie waste baggies. That means you and Fido have everything you need for a furrific day at the dog park!
Union is thirty miles south of Berger. K9 & Kiddos on North Christina Avenue is the playground for all types of family members -- children and dogs alike! The dog park sits next to the children's playground, with seats placed in the middle for those multi-tasking parents. The dog park has two fully fenced areas for dogs -- one for large and one for small. Numerous picnic tables are provided throughout the dog park. Pieces of agility equipment in both the large and small dog areas make off-leash playtime extra special! Water fountains are on-site, and pet parents leave water bowls for the dogs. Waste stations are usually full of baggies ready for your use.
Danville is thirty miles north of Berger. Graham Cave State Park welcomes families with a four-legged member in the crew. Missouri state parks are dog-friendly places to visit. This state park offers camping with both basic (tent) camping and electric sites. The park recommends no more than two dogs per campsite. The rule requires all dogs be kept on a ten-foot maximum leash while on the property. This pawticular state park is home to some of the oldest archaeological sites in the United States! Evidence of 10,000 years ago has been found in and around the cave. Five natural hiking trails of mostly moderate difficulty provide some outdoor adventure for you and your leashed pal.
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