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Dog Areas in Blue Springs

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Blue Springs is located just outside Kansas City and is the eighth largest city in the Kansas Metropolitan Area. A few years back, Blue Springs was ranked 49th on the CNN's Money Magazine list of "100 Best Places to Live in the USA”. Just outside Blue Springs, you'll find the scenic Lake Jacomo, where you and your dog are welcome to explore and play, provided your pal stays on leash.

If you and your fury baby need a place to stay in Blue Springs, you'll be spoiled for choice, since the city is home to several dog-friendly hotels. These include Hampton Inn Kansas City/Blue Springs, Super 8 Blue Springs, Days Inn Blue Springs, and Drury Inn & Suites Kansas City Independence.

If you want to do something a little more exciting, like fishing with your buddy by your side, you should visit Lake Remembrance. There are multiple trails where you can walk your dog on-leash and enjoy the nature and wildlife there. If you want to enjoy some historical museums, then visit the Missouri Town 1855, but be aware that only service dogs are allowed in; pets, unfortunately, are not.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Blue Springs

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    Population Density 2,642/sq mi

    #1 Eastern Blue Springs

    If you're visiting Blue Springs or thinking about moving there along with your pet, there's good news for you. Eastern Blue Springs has a dog park named Blue Springs Dog Park at Gregory O. Grounds. This park is properly fenced and it's an off-leash park where your beloved pet can get exercises and socialize with other pups. It includes water fountains for dogs and humans and it has a pond where your fur baby can go for a swim in the warm weather. Moreover, there is a washing area where you can clean up your doggo. The park is separated into three sections; one for  small dogs, one for large dogs, and one with a pond. There are several accommodations that allow pets in this neighborhood, too, in case you and Fido need a place to stay.
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    #2 Stocksdale Park

    Twenty miles away from Blue Springs is a town called Liberty, where you can find a very beautiful dog park named Liberty Dog Park. The park opened in 2011, and is a 3-acre fenced area where you and your fur baby can have some fun. There is water available on-site. The park has lots of toys, such as tennis balls and frisbees, and even some agility equipment. There's also lots of space for running and ball chasing, too. You'll also find two separate areas: one for small dogs, and one for large dogs. In the summer, they even put out a kiddie pool so your pooch can cool down!
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    Population Density 1,481/sq mi

    #3 South Kansas City

    Approximately 20 miles southwest of Blue Springs in South Kansas City is the Longview Lake Park. There is no off-leash area in this park, and dogs must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet. But that doesn't mean that this will be any less fun! The park is huge; more specifically, it's 4,852 acres with a 930-acre lake. It includes 14 picnic shelters, a 6-mile bike trail, a 4-mile natural trail, fishing docks, beach and more. It's really clean with magnificent views of wildlife and nature. It's the place to be if you want to have some fun with your whole family.
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    #4 E Gregory Blvd


    In the vicinity of Blue Springs, around 19 miles away, you'll find Swope Park, which is a dog-friendly park. Dogs are welcome on-leash here. The park includes tennis courts and fields, and also hosts many festivals and events throughout the year. There is a separated dog area for some off-leash exercising that includes small dog and large dog zones. The park is really big and very well-maintained. The small dog area doesn't have a water station, so make sure you bring some or you will have to enter the large dog area to get some. There is a hill in the big dog area that is great for tiring out your pup really fast.

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    Population Density 1,188/sq mi

    #5 Central Lee's Summit


    Just 11 miles from Blue Springs, you'll find Lee's Summit's first off-leash dog park: the Happy Tails Park. The park is 4 acres and has a water tower. It's a very clean, well-maintained patch of land that's just pawfect for some exercise. It includes a walking trail, some agility equipment for doggos, benches and lots of shade. It is properly fenced, and, outside the fence, there is a small playground for children. There's a porta-potty onsite, but no restrooms. The park includes a separate area for small dogs. There are also benches so you can sit back and watch you four-legged buddy socialize and run around.

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