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Dog Areas in Crystal City

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2 Groomers

Crystal City is a small town south of the st. Louis County Metro area. It adjoins Festus and is called its twin city. There is one veterinary clinic here for a dog's routine and emergency care. Crystal City has two small city parks which offer some green space for a person and a leashed dog to get some outdoor exercise.

Festus offers a few more choices with seven municipal parks. Billy Porter Memorial Park has some open green spaces and a decorative gazebo to take a break from the sun and rest. This small park has a short walkway and a picnic table situated under a shade tree. West City Park is the largest of the Festus parks, with 100 acres of forest to explore with your pooch. The Joachim Creek runs through the park, and adds to the scenic beauty of the park. The creek is pawpular with anglers, so bring a rod and reel and cast a few lines with Fido at your feet! A person with a leashed dog can get some outdoor exercise on the 1.5-mile paved trail.

Adventurous people with their canine companions may want to go south of Crystal City and visit or camp out at Washington State Park. This large state park, located twenty-two miles south of Crystal City, has primitive and electric camping sites. Dogs are allowed in Missouri State Parks if they are properly leashed on no less than a 10 foot lead.

You and Fido will pawsitively love exploring Crystal City and its surrounding areas!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Crystal City

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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #1 Arnold

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    Arnold is eighteen miles north of Crystal City, and the short trip is well worth it! Arnold is home to two free dog parks which provide pawesome exercise and fun for all the area pups. One of the Paw Parks is located in the City Park, and the other is at Ferd B Lang Park. The design of the Paw Parks is identical. A large, grassy enclosure is completely fenced for off-leash freedom. The Paw Parks have drinking water for people and their dogs. There are shaded benches for people to sit on while their four-legged friend plays. These are the only free public dog parks in Jefferson County, so you'd be barking mad to miss them!
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    Population Density 915/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Hills

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    Sunset Hills is twenty-eight miles north of Crystal City. Kitun Dog Park offers dogs a two-acre tract of grass that is  fully fenced for their exercise and play. Tails keep waggin' when one nose meets another at Kitun!  Small dogs have a separate enclosures for safe play. Water fountains quench the thirsts of person and pup -- at the same  time! The dog park features pieces of agility equipment where dogs can train or just strut their stuff. Shaded seats make it comfy for people while they watch their pups play. You'll need to register your pet with the city of Sunset Hills and pay a fee to play here.
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    Population Density 2,784/sq mi

    #3 Kirkwood

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    Kirkwood is a little further away than the other cities at 31 miles, but Fido will pawsitively love you for making the drive to Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park! This is a privately owned dog park with nine fully fenced acres of pooch paradise. Trees are everywhere in this dog park so dogs run and explore in a natural setting. A small creek flows through the middle of the dog park, to the delight of many dogs. The dog park treats its human visitors right, too. Shaded benches are situated in various parts of the dog park. A walking path around the perimeter gives a person a view of the whole place and some easy outdoor exercise.  Membership is on a monthly basis.
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    Population Density 4,697/sq mi

    #4 St Louis Hills

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    Heading into St. Louis with Fido? You won't want to miss Southwest City Dog Park, nestled within Wilmore Park. This dog park a fenced acre of grass for dogs to feel some leash-free freedom. Small dogs get their own separate spot to play. This dog park has water on-site, and waste stations are stocked with doggie bags, which means you and your pooch have everything you need for the pawfect day at the park! The trees around the dog park shade the human companions as they watch their pups play. On hot summer days, the kiddie pools are brought out so dogs can splash around and cool down. Registration with the Homeowner's Association is required prior to visiting.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #5 Ballwin

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    Ballwin is located thirty-eight miles north of Crystal City. Tails and Trails Dog Park gives dogs five acres of beautiful outdoor space for their unleashed exercise and fun. This dog park does have a smaller fenced area for the small or shy dogs. Four pieces of agility equipment are kept on the property for training, and dogs can also have a splashin' good time at the lake and creek! A large pavilion gives the human companions a sheltered place for them to socialize or take advantage of the Wi-Fi.  Drinking water is available on-site, but you'll need to bring some waste baggies. Pet parents must register and pay a fee to St. Louis County before visiting.
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