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Dog Areas in Festus

7 Parks
2 Trails
4 Groomers
South of metropolitan St. Louis is the vibrant town of Festus. This dog-friendly community serves its dogs' health needs with five veterinary clinics. Festus is a great place for travelers on Highway 55 to stop and stretch their legs. People traveling with their pup will find a welcoming place to stay at La Quinta Inn and Suites.  This hotel is located at 1001 Veterans Boulevard. La Quinta allows two dogs of any size for no additional charge.


Festus is not just a drive-through town, though. The city has seven parks with 218 acres for a person and a leashed dog to get out and get some exercise and fresh air.  Billy Porter Memorial Park offers a person and their leashed, furry friend a walking path among the trees and flowers.  Shopshire Park is just a few blocks from Main Street. Shopshire has a few different places where a person and a leashed dog can get some exercise. A picnic site with a barbecue grill makes for a good place for a family reunion, and that includes a leashed four-legged family member. Wood City Park has over 100 acres for recreation; the park is mostly comprised of woods. The park has access to Joachim Creek, which is a popular fishing spot. Wood City Park has a one-mile long paved trail for a person and a leashed dog to explore together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Festus

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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #1 Arnold City Limits

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    Arnold is located eighteen miles north of Festus. Paw Parks give pups a bit of waggle in their tails. These dog parks are operated by the city of Arnold. One is located in Arnold City Park. A second will be found in the Ferd B. Lang Park. The dog parks are identical to one another. A large, grassy space is fully fenced-in for off-leash play and exercise. There is a separate section for small dogs, too. Drinking water is available on-site.  Don't forget to clean up after your canine companion; no one wants to step in anything! Waste stations around the dog park make it super easy, too. Human companions have plenty of places to sit.
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    Population Density 915/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Hills

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    Sunset Hills is located twenty-eight miles north of Festus. Kitun Dog Park can be found on Eddie & Park Road. Dogs from all over come to play in this dog park's two acres of fenced-in grassy space. Small dog? No problem! They have their own section to themselves. Dogs can practice training on the agility equipment in the section for larger dogs. People have a few places to sit in the shade and watch their fur-baby make new buddies. Water bottles can be left home if you are visiting Kitun. Waste baggies? Ditto. All these necessities are supplied by the dog park.  Visitors must register with the city and pay a fee.
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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #3 Kirkwood City Limits

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    Kirkwood is located thirty-one miles north of Festus. All dogs want to join Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park! This dog park has everything a dog could want in a dog park. The park spans nine fenced-in acres for leash-free running and playing with new canine companions. The grounds are all-natural terrain. Trees are planted inside the enclosure, and that means human companions can enjoy the shade and get a breath of fresh air while relaxing on benches. A small creek flows through the dog park, so some wet paws might sometimes happen.  More wet paws are likely during the summer, when water activities are hosted by the dog park. This park requires you to pay a monthly membership.
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    Population Density 4,697/sq mi

    #4 St Louis Hills

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    St. Louis Hills is located thirty-one miles from Festus.  Wilmore Park is the place to find the Southwest City Dog Park. This dog park gives pups a chance to stretch those paws and run without their leashes. This dog park has over an acre of fully fenced-in space for socialization. A separate section is reserved for smaller dogs. Mature and majestic oak trees provide plenty of shade for people watching their canine friends have fun, so you don't have to worry about getting too hot. Water is available on-site. Kiddie pools are available in the hot months, so your pup can make a splash! Plenty of waste bags are supplied. Visitors need to register with the Homeowner's Association that maintains the dog park, and there is a fee charged.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #5 Ballwin

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    Ballwin is thirty-eight miles north of Festus. Tails & Trails is a dog park operated by St. Louis County. It can found within Queeny Park. Tails & Trails offers dogs five acres of fenced-in fun and adventure. The grounds are all-natural terrain and have two water features to keep those noses and paws wet! The dog park offers human companions the choice of sitting on benches shaded by trees or relaxing in a pavilion with Wi-Fi.  Drinking water is available people and pups. The dog park also includes agility equipment for dogs in training or just for curious pups! Registration and a fee must be paid to St. Louis County prior to visiting the dog park.
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