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Dog Areas in Danville, MO

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Danville is a tiny community of about three dozen permanent residents.  It is a place where rural living is the norm for many miles around it. No veterinarians work in Danville. People with pups needing veterinary care must drive to places like Hermann or Fulton. 

The big attraction in Danville is the Graham Cave State Park.  This Missouri state park has 386 acres of real estate set aside for conservation and recreation. This state park is a special one because of its value as an archaeological site. Here, you'll find evidence of inhabitants from 10,000 years ago.  These ancient people used the cave as a dwelling.  The state park features many exhibits which depict and explain where scientists discovered the remains and what the findings tell us about how these inhabitants lived. 

Graham Cave also features a camping area.  Both primitive and electric camping sites may be rented year-round.  The state park recommends that campers bring no more than two dogs per campsite. However, multiple dogs are not prohibited.  All furry family members must remain on no longer than a ten-foot leash while on state park property. 

Graham Cave features five designated trails for you and your pup to explore.  These trails range in length from a couple of tenths of a mile to 2.5 miles in length.  The Loutre River Trail includes a 1.5-mile loop which takes you and your leashed pup near the riverbanks and across a breathtaking mixture of hardwood forest and brush.  All trails are rated as no less than moderate in difficulty, but be sure to wear good walking shoes and bring plenty of water.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Danville, MO

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 890/sq mi

    #1 Montgomery City

    Montgomery City is five miles north of Danville. Lazy Day Campground can be found on Highway J.  This campground invites families with canines to go dog-wild enjoying the outdoors with some added amenities, like a swimming pool. The campground operates throughout the year, and the campsites have full hook-ups.  This dog-friendly place recently added a fully fenced dog park for added fun for its furry campers. Its spacious enclosure is big enough for your Molly or Max to get a good stretch of those paws. Other amenities include a stocked fishing pond and plenty of walking space for you and your leashed pup.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,162/sq mi

    #2 Hermann City Center

    Hermann is twenty miles south of Danville.  Stone Hill Winery operates its primary facility in Hermann.  It is one of the town's biggest employers and attracts visitors from all over the region. Its participation in the annual Oktoberfest draws a parade of people from the neighboring metropolitan areas of Saint Charles and Saint Louis.  Stone Hill is also a dog-friendly destination! Your leashed pup may stroll on the grounds or sit with you at one of the many outdoor tables.  Your wine or snack purchase can be enjoyed outside while your canine pal sniffs the sweet ripening grapes.  Your pup may not accompany you in the tasting room, though, because of health regulations.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 930/sq mi

    #3 Warrenton City Limits

    Warrenton is twenty-three miles east of Danville.  Warrenton has places which welcome you and your pup to spend a night or two. America's Best Value Inn accepts guests with as many as two dogs weighing no more than thirty pounds. The hotel advises that visitors call in advance to secure a dog-friendly room.  Also, the hotel may consider dogs weighing more than 30 pounds on a case-by-case basis. Holiday Inn Express on North State Highway 47 will accommodate travelers with no more than two dogs for an additional charge of $25 per dog per night.  Holiday Inn has no weight restriction on your pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 70/sq mi

    #4 Kingdom City

    Kingdom City is twenty-four miles west of Danville. Because it's situated near the interstate, a lot of traffic cruises through Kingdom City. Traveler with pups will want to stop at Fastlane Gas & Convenience Store.  Fastlane operates a dog park for those pups who need to get out of the backseat or the truck cab and get some leash-free exercise.  This dog park has a small and large dog area. The ground is artificial turf. Also, the Petro Truck Stop maintains a fenced-in area for dogs to get some freedom from the leash and stretch those paws.  Both of these dog park/gas stations/convenience stores are open twenty-four hours a day.  The lighted dog parks make it easy for truckers passing through at those odd hours take good care of their canine companions.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,100/sq mi

    #5 City Center/ William Woods U

    Fulton is twenty-six miles west of Danville. Fulton Dog Park offers a woof-wonderful opportunity for your pup to get off that leash and play with a few new four-legged pals! This dog park features a flat and grassy play area divided into two fenced sections -- one for large and one for small dogs.  A few trees dot the dog park area for a bit of shade, and a few picnic tables are scattered here and there.  A water fountain with bowls is available near the dog park. Waste stations are usually stocked with doggie waste baggies for convenient clean-ups.  A nearby trail is a pawpular place for pups and people alike to get some outdoor exercise. You need to put the leash back on your furry pal for a walk on the trail.
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