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Dog Areas in Bloomsdale

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Bloomsdale is a town of less than a thousand people. Most amenities and services can be found in nearby places like Ste. Genevieve. One veterinary clinic in town takes care of most emergency and routine issues your pup may have. Some outdoor exercise is not far away either. 

Only eight miles to the east of Bloomsdale is Magnolia Hollow Conservation Area. Magnolia Hollow is made up of 1,740 acres of hardwood forest and natural foliage. The conservation area also has an archery and shooting range. Hunting is permitted, and hunting dogs may be off-leash when being trained or when hunting. Magnolia Hollow has three trails for a person and leashed dog to explore. Two of the trails are paved for disabled access and a third takes a hiker on a trek through the forest. Picnic sites provide a place for a person and pup to get a bite to eat. The park also has ground set aside for primitive camping only. 

For more outdoor exercise, a person with a four-legged companion can head nineteen miles south of Bloomsdale to Hawk State Park. This park has almost 5,000 acres set aside for recreation and conservation, and offers camping, picnicking, and four trails of varying degrees of difficulty. The easiest trail, Overlook Trail, is only 300 feet and is paved. Whispering Pines Trail is the longest and most difficult. It stretches for almost ten miles, but has two separate loops for shorter adventures on the trail.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bloomsdale

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    Population Density 1,100/sq mi

    #1 Ste. Genevieve

    Ste. Genevieve is located eleven miles east of Bloomsdale. Genevieve Dog Park is sure to put a pep in your pooch's step! This dog park was recently renovated, and the new equipment has made it a popular spot for local pooches. The entirety of this large field is fenced so pups can play safely. Objects like painted tunnels and red fire hydrants make the dog park look colorful and add to the fun. A few benches give people a place to sit and watch their furry friends run and sniff out their new pals. A couple of nice sized trees are located on one end of the park -- most of the dog park lacks shade, though. This dog park is free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 850/sq mi

    #2 Herculaneum

    Herculaneum is twenty-three miles north of Bloomsdale, but the trip is well worth it! Your pack will enjoy the ambiance of All Bark Village. This dog park has a fenced, grassy area that is completely fenced for off-leash exercise and socialization. A separate fenced space keeps the small dogs safe when they play. Large water fountains take care of dogs and their furry family members. Hoses set up near concrete slabs provide a place to rinse off a muddy dog. In the hot months, dogs find relief from the heat by splashing around in kiddie pools filled to the brim with water. Waste baggies are also available for those necessary pick ups.  This dog park is free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 1,700/sq mi

    #3 South Farmington

    The neighborhood of South Farmington is twenty-five miles south of Bloomsdale. Farmington Dog Park can be found in JC Park. Many dogs frequent this fenced park, so there are plenty of different dogs for Fido to sniff out and play with! Small dogs have a separate space to run and romp. Water fountains provide water for human folk as well as their four-legged companions. A few benches give the human companions a place to relax while their pups play. This dog park is free and open to the public. Be sure to check out the official park rules before you visit, and note that children under 10 are not allowed inside the dog park.
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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #4 Arnold

    Arnold is located thirty-five miles north of Bloomsdale. Arnold has two Paw Parks for some off-leash running. Each one of the Paw Parks has a fully-fenced acre of grassy ground split into two sections for large and small breeds. One of the Paw Parks is located in the City Park, and the other is in Ferd B. Lang Park. Pet parents will find the same amenities at both parks. Water is available on-site, and waste stations have ample waste baggies. Human companions have numerous shaded benches from which to supervise their pups as they play. Arnold Paw Parks are free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #5 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is forty-five miles north of Bloomsdale. A long ride will be rewarded with a stop at Kitun Dog Park. Tails are sure to wag when let loose to play in this two-acre dog park! A separate fenced area is available for the smaller dogs, too. This dog park features several pieces of agility equipment. Drinking water is available at the dog park, and waste stations make it easy to clean up after your furry friend. Pup parents can rest on a shaded bench while they watch their pooches have fun and sniff a few new friends. This dog park is a members-only dog park. Registration can be completed at Sunset Hills City Hall.
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