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Dog Areas in East Lynne

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East Lynne, Missouri is a small town that owes its existence to the rail line. It was at a crossroad for exchange, which made it an invaluable commodity. It has a history of fires. Several years in a row saw the city get just about wiped out. It was the businessmen that rolled up their sleeves and moved the debris. They helped each other rebuild homes. The community rebuilt the schools and the church. Today, East Lynne, Missouri thrives because of the two banks and a strong school system.

While you are visiting, you could stay at one of the three pet-friendly hotels within the city limits. You can take a walk down the charming country roads and head right for the town square. You will find that there is always something going on here. This is a city that loves its pets. East Lynne has three vets, which says a lot since they only have one restaurant! All of their outdoor family events are pet-friendly as well as kid-friendly. The best part is that the city has a DJ service that loves karaoke, and you can even catch an impromptu karaoke concert on some nights. What are you waiting for? Get your dog on stage and sing!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Lynne

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,683/sq mi

    #1 Ranson Road

    James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area is about half an hour from you. You will find that it has ponds to fish in, trails to explore and even places to ride your horse. You can call ahead and get a permit to allow your dog off of his leash to play. You have to show that your dog is well-behaved, hunt trained, and ready to obey voice commands. All of the trails are clearly marked so that you can enjoy them without getting lost. There is no running water, so you will need to bring your own. You must have a leash with you at all times, even if you have a no-leash permit.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 557/sq mi

    #2 Colbern Road

    You can take your dog with you to visit Stonehaus Farms Vineyard. They have an outdoor patio that gives you a panoramic view of the vineyard and berry farm. You can sample different wines or order a bottle of your favorite. They do give tours, but all dogs have to be approved when making the reservation. You will love the friendly, quiet atmosphere here. While you can bring your dog, you cannot bring your children to this establishment. It is a thirty-minute drive to get here. However, it is well worth it to have a quiet place to go and sip wine with your best fur-iend by your side.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,683/sq mi

    #3 The Water Tower

    Happy Tails Park is located near the town's water tower. It is a completely gated, four-acre dog park. You can let your dog off of his leash here so he can stretch his legs and make some new fur-iends. There are trails within the fence so that you can walk with your dog. You will find agility equipment to play with your dog as well. This is a local favorite because it is very well-maintained and clean. There is no water here, so you will need to bring your own. It is about half an hour from East Lynne, but your dog will be so happy you made the drive!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,260/sq mi

    #4 Main Street

    If you are looking for a classic pub with great food, then you really should make the half-hour trip to Konrad's Kitchen and Tap House in Lee's Summit. You can get your favorite burger, pizza, and even grilled salmon. The Bison Burger is a local favorite. The outdoor table is a great place to sit with your friends and enjoy live music with your delicious food.  Yes, it is a half an hour drive, but you can bring your dog with you, so it is more than worth the effort.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,260/sq mi

    #5 Third Street

    Third Street Social as a small restaurant that has five outdoor tables where you can bring your dog for some epic food. Creole Shrimp is the local favorite. It is just the right amount of spicy. Of course, you could get some good ol' comfort food like meatloaf and mashed potatoes. They are open from brunch to late night snacks most nights. Come on over and meet up with your friends with your fur buddy in tow. He is as welcome as you are. There's often another dog or two eating here, so your pup is sure to make a new fur-iend!
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