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Dog Areas in Fleming, MO

Fleming is a small town--in every sense! The 2010 census counted only 128 residents of Fleming. They’re all packed together, though, as the official town is only .5 miles from tip to tip. That’s plenty of room for something great to grow, however, and people who visit Fleming understand why the small community has held on since its founding as a post office in 1888.


Fleming’s central location makes it a connecting pipeline between different towns and areas. The population is primarily residential, and the town reflects that. Fleming’s rural location makes it a great place for dogs to call home. Stop by at Elements Destination Restaurant for food that satisfies. During the summer months, they welcome dogs to their outdoor tables so you can grab a bite with your best friend. The restaurant is slightly off the beaten path, but taking the scenic route is what makes Fleming stand out!


Fleming is only 14 minutes down the road from the much larger community of Richmond, Mo. Richmond is where people and pets can stay at hotels like the Richmond Super 8. Richmond is also home to three veterinary clinics and animal hospitals, meaning the dogs of Fleming are never more than 15 minutes from medical care.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fleming, MO

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 342/sq mi

    #1 Sunrise Beach

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    On the outskirts of Fleming is Sunshine Lake in the bordering town of Camden. Located in this lovely neighborhood, the beautiful 25-acre lake is perfect to take your dog for a fun day out. Sunshine Lake is made up of mostly grasslands and offers a picnic area, boat ramp, and fishing jetty. Although your dog can swim in the lake, watch out for the numerous fisherman here. Although there are no designated trails, you and your dog can still wander around the lake and explore this natural area. Bird watching is also a popular pastime at the lake. Make sure to keep an eye on your dog when visiting, since duck hunters do come to hunt here on occasion.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 16,214/sq mi

    #2 Excelsior Springs Junction

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    The town of Excelsior Springs is a short distance from Fleming and is home to the Cooley Lake Conservation Area. The conservation area is a 1,348-acre lake that has main channels to the Missouri River and has wetlands, croplands, and a forest. There is a ton of activates for you and your pup to do, including bird watching, camping, fishing, and hiking. Cooley Lake Conservation Area has a 2.5-mile long moderate trail for you and your pup to explore while you are out enjoying your day. While visiting the conservation area, your dog must remain on leash and beware of the hunting grounds and natural wildlife located there. Be sure to bring plenty of water for the two of you to drink!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,234/sq mi

    #3 Orrick/ Camden

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    This large Excelsior Springs neighborhood offers the Pigg’s Landing Access, a boat ramp access area for the Fishing River. While many people use this park to get a boat into the river, the natural area here is a good wild spot to go on a real adventure with a bold pup. Most people come here to fish or bird watch, but with 1 acre of woodlands and 8 acres of prairie, you’ll have plenty of space to romp and play with your best furry friend. Throw the ball, or try to catch a glimpse of a bird on the Audubon conservation bird list on a sunny day for a perfect afternoon.


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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,746/sq mi

    #4 Richmond City Center

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    To the north of Fleming is the town of Richmond, home to Armor Park, which features the only dog park in the city inside, Wiggly Field Dog Park. The dog park is small, but completely fenced in and offers cleanup bags on site. The larger Armor Park boasts a sports field, a playground, restrooms, and shelters complete with grills. Nearby, Southview Park offers many sports fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, restrooms, trails and a lake, all on a beautiful 35 acres. If your pup hasn’t had enough, head over to Morris Roberts Park and enjoy more open space in their many sports fields, between games of course!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,180/sq mi

    #5 NE Colbern Rd/ NE County Park Rd

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    If you and your pup are up for a hike, check out North Prairie Lee Park in the town of Lee’s Summit. North Prairie Lee Park offers two great trails for you and your pup to explore and to get some energy out before returning home. Jacomo Trail is a 2.2-mile moderate trail that has a lake you can dip in on those hot days. The trail is a loop route and only has an elevation of 167 feet. The Larry Mattenon Memorial Trail is a 4.8-mile loop style trail that has a 429-foot elevation and is lightly trafficked. The trail is perfect for all skill levels, and features a river along the way. The trail is open year around, and you are even allowed to camp around it. These hiking trails are perfect to get your pup’s energy out and have a relaxing trip home, which will take right under an hour.


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