Eberwein Park has two separate areas for pups to play in – one is for dogs of all sizes, the other is for smaller dogs. Eberwein Park isn’t just another chunk of grass, though. There are tennis balls scattered about the lush land, a small water fountain/pool, and a covered pavilion that provides lots of shade. There is a membership fee of $30 that must be paid every calendar year. Owners must provide proof of current vaccinations, documentation that the dog has been spayed/neutered, and proof of residency before membership is accepted.
Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park is a members-only dog park located in St. Louis. Dogs must receive a temperament test before they’re allowed membership. Monthly membership is $30.81. Quarterly membership is $83.09. Annual membership is $308.09. Membership fees do not include State and County 7.113% sales tax.
Also in St. Louis is the Southwest City Park at Willmore Park. Dogs will enjoy free play and also organized activities at this dog park once their humans pay the membership fee. The membership fee for city residents is $42 for the first dog and $10 for each additional dog. The membership fee for Southampton Neighborhood Association members is $32 for the first dog and $10 for each additional dog. The membership fee for non-city residents is $57 for the first dog and $10 for each additional dog.
Olive Boulevard is a charming neighborhood that spans across not one, but two dog friendly parks. At one end, the Beckemeier Conservation Area offers grassland for running, woodland for hiking, and even a stream for splashing. It’s a beautiful area to spend the afternoon with your favorite pet. Down at the southern end of Olive Boulevard is Faust Park. While not as big as the Beckemeier Conservation Area, Faust Park offers a beautiful lake and historic buildings among a lush, well planted landscape. As long as you keep your furry friend leashed, you’re guaranteed to have a wonderful time!
Babler Park/Wild Horse Creek is a wonderful place tucked between two gigantic parks. Within the southern bounds of the neighborhood lays Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park, a huge area with a plethora of activities for you and your dog to enjoy. From gorgeous nature trails to preserved woodland and open fields, there’s no shortage of fun to be had! If you’re willing to brave crossing the river just north of the neighborhood, you’ll find yourself standing on Howell Island Conservation Area. This is not only a beautiful natural area, but is a welcome place for hunting dogs should you want to give your furry friend a true thrill!
Reserve at Chesterfield is a tidy neighborhood home to a beautiful plot of land known as Central Park. This park comes not only with breathtaking trails, but with a lake that’s well suited for fishing or cooling off! One of a kind artistic sculptures line the landscape, certain to make each and every trip a memorable one. There’s woodland as well as open fields for your four legged friend to expend all the energy he needs, so long as he is properly leashed and looked after. With so many things to choose from, Central Park is guaranteed to be dog approved!
Somerset is a bustling little neighborhood with a positive air. It’s located right next to the beautiful Railroad Park, which prides itself on a dog friendly environment and engaging trails.
So long as all pets are kept on a leash, you and your canine friends are welcome to experience the wonders of natural beauty and fresh air throughout the park’s open grassland or forested paths. After all, an exercised dog is a happy dog! Your pooch is certain to give two paws up!