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Dog Areas in Cedar Hill Lakes

Cedar Hill Lakes has fewer than 500 permanent residents -- it is tiny. No veterinarians work in town, but several are available in neighboring Cedar Hill. For routine veterinary care and emergencies, help is less than fifteen minutes away. Cedar Hill Lakes has no businesses in its small area. People with dogs enjoy living in a rural place that is situated less than an hour away from all the city amenities.  

Cedar Hill Lakes gives its people with a furry family member many opportunities for outdoor exercise and adventure. LaBarque Creek Conservation Area is located eleven miles north of town. LaBarque offers hikers with a leashed dog a three-mile-long loop trail. This trail takes hikers on a moderately difficult trek through the forested property.  A creek of clear, sparkling water and a beautiful waterfall reward hikers who take this walk!

In addition, Cedar Hill Lakes is only eight miles away from Don Robinson State Park. Hikers will find two moderately difficult trails to experience with their leashed companions. In the park, there are two trails -- Sandstone Canyon Trail and LaBarque Hills Trail. The Sandstone Canyon Trail is a four-mile-long trail with some steep inclines, so make sure you're prepared. LaBarge Hills Trail is a 2.4-mile loop that also involves hill climbing. A lunch on one of the many picnic tables completes the day before heading back to the rural confines of Cedar Hills Lakes. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cedar Hill Lakes

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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #1 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is located twenty-two miles north of Cedar Hill Lakes. Your pup will be ready to get out and play after the long drive into town! Kitun Dog Park has two acres of fully-fenced, grassy space for pups to stretch their legs and chase after a new pal. A separate space helps those small dogs find a friend their own size. The dog park includes some agility equipment for extra fun. A pup's person will appreciate the water on-site and the abundance of doggie waste bags. Plenty of shaded seating gives the human companions a comfortable to spot where they can watch their dog play. Visitors to Kitun need to register and pay a registration fee to Sunset Hills.
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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #2 Arnold

    Arnold is located twenty-four miles east of Cedar Hill Lakes. Arnold treats dogs right! The city has Paw Parks in two of its city parks -- Arnold City Park and Ferd B. Land Park. These dog parks have identical layouts. The dog parks have a fully fenced piece of ground for some off-leash exercise and socialization. These parks are particularly pupular because they are free and open to the public! Small dogs have their own separate safe space in which to mingle and sniff out a new pal. The dog parks both have drinking water for people and their dogs. Waste stations are positioned around the dog parks as a reminder and help to clean up.  The dog parks also offer the human companions numerous shaded benches, so all you need to bring is lots of energy to play!
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    Population Density 3,000/sq mi

    #3 Kirkwood

    Kirkwood is located twenty-five miles north of Cedar Hill Lakes. Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park resembles the landscape back home in Cedar Hill Lakes. This private, fenced dog park has nine acres of ground with trees planted throughout. Dogs can run freely through the natural terrain and even splash in a natural creek that runs through the middle of the acreage. Small dogs have their own separately fenced play area. Human companions can sit on one of the numerous benches and watch their pup take off with new furry pals. A path gives a person a chance to view the entire property. This dog park is a membership-only dog park.  Dogs must pass an assessment of temperament before being admitted into the Treecourt pack.
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    Population Density 850/sq mi

    #4 Herculaneum

    Herculaneum is located twenty-six miles east of Cedar Hill Lakes. The city of Herculaneum puts more wag in the local tails at its All Bark Village dog park. The dog park features a fully-fenced, grassy spot for dogs to get rid of the leash and socialize with their own kind.  Small dogs have their own space, too. The dog park has water fountains designed for human and canine use. Benches and a covered area let the human companions get out of the sun. Plenty of waste stations are stocked with bags for convenient cleanups. This dog park is free and open to the public. It opens thirty minutes before dawn and closes thirty minutes after sunset.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #5 Ballwin

    Ballwin is located twenty-six miles north of Cedar Hill Lakes. St. Louis County maintains a five-acre, fully fenced dog park in Queeny Park. This huge pooch playground is called Tails and Trails Dog Park. This pawesome park has everything a pup and a person could want from a dog park! The property includes an enclosure just for the smaller dogs, as well as four permanent pieces of agility equipment. Dogs are also treated to a lake and a creek. Some paws might get a bit dirty playing here!  Pet parents can choose a bench under one of the shade trees, or park themselves in the pavilion. Drinking water for everyone is on-site. Numerous waste stations help people keep the dog park clean. Registration is required in St. Louis County before visiting Tails and Trails.
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