Brentwood attracts people and their pups from all over the St. Louis County area. With four veterinary clinics in town, a dog can get anything fixed or prevent anything from going wrong.
It's also easy to stay in good shape here! Brentwood offers six parks for people to exercise with their favorite companion. Leashes are required in the city parks. Brentwood also has many trails to tire those paws out. A person can first explore Brentwood’s Dogwood Trail in Memorial Park. This trail is an easy .75 miles of asphalt for a healthy jaunt in the great outdoors. If that's not long enough for you, try the walking path at Oak Tree Park. This park has a 1.3-mile loop trail alongside a free-flowing creek. The trees are great for shade and scenery. This lovely trail has benches by the side of the walking path, which is great if somebody two- or four-legged needs a quick rest.
Rogers Parkway has almost a half-acre of land and an asphalt trail that extends as a linear park and connects to Manchester Road and Broughton Park. Keep walking into Broughton Park, which is the pawfect place for you and your furry companion to stop and sit on park benches or under a pavilion for a quick snack or lunch!
No matter what you're looking to do in Brentwood, this furrific city has a little something for everyone!
Sunset Hills is eight miles south of Brentwood. Kitun Dog Park, located on Eddie and Park Road, has about an acre of space for pups to play off-leash and sniff out some new friends! Small canines have their own separate area here. Agility equipment adds to the fun and provides a space to train. Water fountains for both pups and humans are available here, and waste stations are conveniently stocked with those necessary baggies. Human companions have some shaded places to sit. Registration is at Sunset Hills or the City of Crestwood.