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Dog Areas in Crystal Lake Park

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Crystal Lake Park is a tiny community where everyone knows everyone. This community is an oasis surrounded by the much larger municipalities of Town and Country to the north, Frontenac to the east, and Des Peres to the west. This community has no commercial enterprises, but veterinary clinics are many in the adjacent communities.  

Crystal Lake Park is proud to have its own city park, Hunter Park. This park is located on Putter Lane, and is a small green place where residents can mingle and talk. Dogs are welcome here on-leash. There is a small walking area around the playground area, and a nice large grassy space. Crystal Lake Park shows it welcomes your pup with a doggie waste station near the park that reminds everyone to keep the park clean. There are a couple of park benches under nice shade trees for stops and snacks.

If you and your four-legged pal need bigger adventures, head out of town and into the neighboring communities. Queeny Park on Weidman Road  is a short 8-mile drive from Crystal Lake Park. This large St. Louis County park has everything you want in a park, including two stocked fishing lakes, numerous picnic sites, pavilions, 8 designated trails, a dog park, and even the Dog Museum!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Crystal Lake Park

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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #1 Kirkwood

    Kirkwood is four miles south of Crystal Lake Park. Kirkwood invites your pup to a howlin' good time at Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park.  This private dog park has nine acres of fenced land for dogs to run, sniff, and just be dogs. A smaller fenced area keeps small dogs happy. The dog park features a free-flowing creek and some large pools to play in during those hot summer months. Trees planted throughout the dog park provide plenty of shade. A path around the park lets the human companion enjoy this wonderful nature experience. Dogs must be temperament tested prior to being allowed to join the fun.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is five miles south of Crystal Lake Park. Pups have a paw-tastic good day when they get to hang out with their furry friends at Kitun Dog Park! There's no shortage of things to sniff and play with here!  One acre of grassy fenced ground has agility equipment to climb on and train on. Smaller dogs are not left out, though -- they have their own space to play. Human companions can sit and watch their pup having a good ol' time from nearby shaded benches. Water fountains for humans and canine are there for that needed break. This dog park requires prior registration through Sunset Hills or the city of Crestwood.
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    Population Density 1,629/sq mi

    #3 Creve Coeur

    Creve Coeur is five miles west of Crystal Lake Park. The word is out that Conway Park has a dog park! The pack meets at the Creve Coeur Dog Park. This two-acre fully fenced patch of green grass is just the ticket for a great good time with some furry companions. A smaller patch of grass keeps those smaller dogs satisfied and safe, too. Water is provided at the dog park, and doggie waste baggies are conveniently located to make cleanup easier for the human companion. You'll need to obtain the key code to this park by purchasing a membership through the city of Creve Coeur. .
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #4 Ballwin

    Ballwin is eight miles west of Crystal Lake Park. Tails & Trails at Queeny Park is the premier dog park in West County. This St. Louis County dog park has five acres of natural terrain for your pup's exercise, adventure, and socialization. It is all fenced in, so no need to worry -- your pup can run free of their leash here! The large dog section includes a few pieces of agility equipment for even more to do. Small dogs have their own fenced area, so no need to worry if your pup is one of the wee ones! This dog park has access to a creek and a lake, which make the pawfect place for adventurous pups to splash. A pavilion and benches around the dog park make the human companions shaded and content. Registration for this park is through St. Louis County.
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    Population Density 1,204/sq mi

    #5 Maryland Heights

    Maryland Heights is nine miles north of Crystal Lake Park. The Dogport has four acres of fully fenced fun just for a furry pal. There is a separate section for the small dogs, too. This dog park is mostly gravel and dirt.  Dogs don't mind the dirt, and gravel just gives them something more exciting to sniff! In the summer, the dog park provides kiddie pools for pups to make a splash and get their tails wet. This dog park has drinking water, waste baggies, and places for the human companions to sit -- everything you need to have the pawfect day! This is a membership-only dog park; register and pay a fee to the city of Maryland Heights.
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