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Dog Areas in Clarkson Valley

Clarkson Valley is a very small and mostly residential community. Services and activities are plentiful in the neighboring larger municipalities. There are no veterinarians in town, but you'll find a multitude of veterinary clinics within a few miles of Clarkson Valley.  

The municipality doesn't have its own parks, but then again, it doesn't really need them! It's less than ten miles from two Missouri state parks: Babler and Castlewood. The Dr. Edward A. Babler Memorial State Park is located eight miles west of Clarkson Valley. This state park has over  2,000 acres set aside for recreational use and offers hikers a choice of six trails ranging in length from a little over a mile to almost seven miles. Most of these are rated as moderately difficult, with trails that wind up some steep hills and through some natural obstacles like downed limbs and ravines. A couple of the trails are mixed-use trails, and hikers with a leashed pup need to be aware of the possibility of encountering horses along the hike.

Castlewood State Park offers more outdoor exercise and adventure with a leashed dog. This state park of almost 2,000 acres is located just 6 miles away and gives visitors access to the Meramec River. Castlewood has eight trails -- none easy -- for the seasoned hiker and well-conditioned dog.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clarkson Valley

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    Population Density 757/sq mi

    #1 Ellisville

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    Ellisville is located just two miles south of Clarkson Valley. Ellisville is a good neighbor to its area dogs! The Ellisville Dog Park gives dogs from all over the opportunity to enjoy some off-leash freedom. The fully enclosed dog park has a large and small dog section. The large dog section gives dogs .28 acres of grassy field to call their own. Small dogs get .11 acres.  The dog park supplies water for its guests, as well as waste stations stocked to the brim with waste baggies. Shade around the park is a welcome sight for the human companions. This dog park requires registration and a small annual fee to obtain the access code.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #2 Ballwin

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    Ballwin is located four miles south of Clarkson Valley. All dogs' tails start to wag when approaching the entrance of Tails and Trails Dog Park! This dog park knows what the canine kind craves. It features five acres of grass, dirt, and natural land for leash-free exploration and exercise. A smaller portion of the dog park is kept dedicated to smaller dogs. Four pieces of permanent agility equipment make extra training a convenience. Dogs even have access to a creek and lake where they can take a dip when the temperature begins to soar. This dog park has many shaded places for the human companions. A pavilion with Wi-Fi is also a pawpular spot for the pet parents. Registration with St. Louis County is required to use the dog park.
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    Population Density 530/sq mi

    #3 Kirkwood

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    Wildwood is located seven miles south of Clarkson Valley and is home to Happy Hounds Playground. This dog park has it all, including ten beautiful, fully-fenced acres for dogs to explore! Small dogs have their own separately fenced space. There are numerous pieces of playground equipment to climb and jump on. Or, take a leashed walk with Fido on the nature trail here. A splash pad in hot months is fun and cooling for the canine clientele. A small swimming pond lets dogs take a dive off a dock or just take a swim. This dog park is privately owned. Membership and a monthly fee are required to use the facilities.
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    Population Density 3,000/sq mi

    #4 Kirkwood

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    Kirkwood is located fifteen miles east of Clarkson Valley. Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park has a long name and a big reputation for satisfied pups and their people! This privately-owned dog park gives dogs nine natural acres of fenced property for leash-free exercise and play. Pet parents are free to relax on shaded benches while their furry friend makes a canine pal or two. Treecourt includes a hiking path around the entire property, so if you're just looking for a quick walk, leash up and hit the trails! In hotter months, Treecourt cools its furry guests down with water sprinklers and pools. Dogs will need to pass temperament testing before becoming members here.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #5 Sunset Hills

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    Sunset Hills is located nineteen miles east of Clarkson Valley. The Kitun Dog Park on Eddie & Park Road has two acres of fully fenced real estate for dogs to play in. Small dogs, too, are treated to their own safe and separate area. This dog park includes agility equipment where your pup can brush up on his skills or just get some more exercise. Waste stations and water fountains designed for people and pups are provided, so no need to bring supplies. This dog park has several places where human companions may sit in shaded comfort. Visitors must first register with the city of Sunset Hills and pay and annual fee.
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