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Dog Areas in Byrnes Mill

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Byrnes Mill is a small, rural community. There are no veterinary clinics here, but quality vet care can be found in the neighboring larger towns of House Springs and High Ridge. Byrnes Mill has one city park consisting of 18 acres and a few picnic sites along the Big River. The Grandpa Trail takes a person and leashed dog through some heavily wooded parts of the park.

People with pups will enjoy a trip to nearby Don Robinson State Park. This state park is located ten miles south of the city, and features 843 acres of largely wooded land with sandstone bluffs and gorgeous hardwood trees.  Two trails are located in the state park, which are rated as moderately difficult. Sandstone Canyon Trail is a four-mile loop that takes hikers and a leashed dog up some pretty steep hills as the trail winds through heavy forest. The first .6 miles is paved, but the rest is packed dirt and natural rock.  A connector trail halfway lets hikers shorten the journey. Labarque  Hills Trail is 2.4 miles long and offers a bench at the summit of its climb. 

Byrnes Mill is a pawfect place where people and their pups can enjoy some outdoor activities together! Just make sure to follow the leash laws here; those who break the rules can face a fine of up to $500. Residents of Byrnes Mill must register their pets with the city and pay an application fee. Those with spayed or neutered pets pay a reduced fee.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Byrnes Mill

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    Population Density 915/sq mi

    #1 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is located fourteen miles north of Byrnes Mill. Kitun Dog Park is a place for dogs to get to know each other -- in their own special dog ways! Kitun gives dogs two acres of property to play leash-free. There is a small dog area too. The large dog area has some pieces of agility equipment for some training or just some variety in exercise. The dog park takes care of the human companions with plenty of shaded seats. Water fountains serve canines and people, and doggie waste baggies are supplied for convenient cleanups. Visitors must register with the city of Sunset Hills and pay a fee.
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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #2 Kirkwood City Limits

    Seventeen miles north of Byrnes Mill, you'll find a furrific dog park that Fido will fall head over paws for! Treecourt Unleashed Dog Park offers dogs nine acres to scamper, sniff, and socialize with other pups. People can rest on shaded benches, or take a stroll around the grounds on a walking path. Water is available on-site. In warm months, dogs are treated to sprinklers and kiddie pools. A natural creek flows across the grounds year-round, so you'll want to bring a towel in case your buddy decides to make a splash. This dog park is a private one that requires a monthly membership. Dogs must pass a temperament test in order to join the pack.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #3 Ballwin

    Ballwin is located seventeen miles north of Byrnes Mill. Tails & Trails in Queeny Park gives many tails a reason to wag! This dog park has five fenced, beautiful acres for a dog's off-leash exercise and socialization. Small dogs have their own grassy space for their safe play. Dogs can stretch their legs and sharpen some skills on the four pieces of agility equipment. The ground features a creek and a lake. Drinking water is available for all visitors -- both human and canine! -- and waste stations can be found throughout the dog park. People can gather in the pavilion and use the free Wi-Fi. This dog park is maintained by St. Louis County -- registration and a fee is required prior to visiting  it.
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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #4 Arnold

    Arnold is located eighteen miles east of Byrnes Mill. Two free dog parks can be found here. "Well worth the trip", say some wagging tails! The Paw Parks are located at the City Park and the Ferd B. Lang Park,, and both have the same features and amenities. The large grassy enclosure is fully fenced for some off-leash freedom and fun. A smaller area is set aside for the small dogs too. No worry about forgetting your water bottle -- water is provided in the Paw Parks. Waste stations remind visitors to leave the place as clean as they found it. Human companions will find some pleasant shaded benches from which to supervise their pups.
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    Population Density 4,697/sq mi

    #5 St Louis Hills

    St. Louis Hills is twenty-four miles north of Byrnes Mill, in the muttropolis of St. Louis. Southwest City Dog Park  in Wilmore Park gives dogs over an acre of grassy space that is fully fenced for some unleashed socialization and play. This gathering spot includes a separate area for small dogs. Dogs race to the kiddie pools in the summer months to get wet for the fun of it or to cool down. There is drinking water available on-site, and waste baggies are amply supplied. The massive oaks and sturdy maple tree offer their shade to the human companions as they sit and wait for their pups to wear themselves out. Access to the dog park can be gained by registering with the Homeowner's Association.
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