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Dog Areas in Freeman

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Freeman, Missouri is the place for train enthusiasts that would like nothing more than take their dog along for an adventure. Like many small Missouri towns, Freeman was established around the railroad. The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has taken some of these abandoned rail lines and turned them into magical walking trails full of beauty. Take the time to explore the trail that runs through the community, and you will find several plaques along the way detailing the history of the area. Your dog can accompany you on your educational adventures, as long as you keep them on a leash and clean up after them.

If you want a little bit of comfort after walking these trails and spending the day outside, you can stop by the library. Dogs aren't allowed inside, but the library does have a nice, outdoor area set up where you and Fido can read and relax. Just be sure to respect the community by keeping your dog leashed and cleaning up after him. No one likes a litterbug!

Freeman might not have any dog parks or other dog-friendly amenities, but this small community with a big heart is the perfect place for you and Fido to enjoy some mutts-needed rest and relaxation!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Freeman

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    Population Density 738/sq mi

    #1 Foxwood Ave

    Freeman only has one dog-friendly chain restaurant. Come on over to Culvers and grab the best cheese curds that you will find anywhere. Or, chow down on a classic burger and fries. On pretty days, the patio is open so that you and your dog can enjoy a burger together. Doggie diners should be leashed and well-behaved at all times here. If your dog gets aggressive around food, you might want to give this one a miss. Otherwise, grab a water dish and come on over! They will cook dog-friendly burgers (with no seasonings or veggies) if you would like. This is the perfect pit stop before heading out of town to sniff out a dog park!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 738/sq mi

    #2 North Area

    Ten miles away from you in Raymore, and right down from Culvers, is Steak and Shake. This is the place for ice cream. Not only do they have amazing shakes, but they also have pup treats, too! The burgers are stacked pretty high, and are big enough to share with your dog. They have a large patio, which is the place to be on summer nights, where you and your dog can stretch out and fill your bellies. Bring a leash and get ready for a good night with your dog. They don't have dog-friendly tables inside, but they do have a window to order from.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,204/sq mi

    #3 Broadway Blvd

    Penn Valley Park in Kansas City, Missouri is an epic place where you and your dog with have a barktastic good time! It has over two acres where you can let your pup off his leash so he can just be a dog for a while. Both the areas for small and large breeds have plenty of water fountains. There are also doggie waste bags at each trash can. Overall, this is a great park with lots of trees and shaded areas to sit and watch your dog play. You don't need to register to play, which makes it perfect if you are just visiting the area. This park is about thirty minutes away from Freeman.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,775/sq mi

    #4 Martha Truman

    Wayside Waifs Bark Park is located in Kansas City, about half an hour or so from Freeman. The park is a good size at around five acres. You do have to pay an entrance fee of $3 per dog. The small fee is worth it, because it helps ensure the park stays stocked with everything you need, including cleaning stations and water fountains with fresh water. There is a small wading pool for your pup to cool off in as well. Don't fur-get to bring a towel! You can also bring your toys to play fetch if you don't mind sharing with the other pups at the park. Just don't bring any treats or food.
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    Population Density 2,710/sq mi

    #5 Merriam Lane

    If you are looking for a barktastic adventure that holds a world of possibilities, you should consider making the hour trip right on over to Kansas City's Boulevard Drive-In Theatre. That's right -- you can bring your dog with you to catch movie or two! Bring a blanket to cuddle up on or a couple of folding chairs. Come early and go by the concession stand for hot dogs, popcorn, soft pretzels, and all your favorite movie snacks. Just bring a leash with you, because you'll have to keep your dog on a leash during the movie. What better way to make un-fur-gettable memories with Fido?
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