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Dog Areas in Hazelwood

9 Parks
3 Shops
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Hazelwood is a close-knit community along the Missouri River, and is a suburb of Florissant. Although the village was incorporated 1949, the area has been settled in since 4000 BC. With a rich culture and history from multiple areas, the city has become advanced in many areas. One area the city has advanced in is the dog-friendliness, and provides dog parks, a walkable downtown, and 1 veterinarian. 

Although much of the area is urban, you and Fido have the option to visit the Saint Stanislaus Conservation Area where's there's plenty of natural wetlands, woods, and fields to explore. The preserve has a small parking area with paved, crushed stone, and natural trails that wind through the park, taking up over 2 miles. Travel 1 mile into the park with your pooch and you'll reach the Missouri River, where you can fish and swim on the natural beach. Remember to leash  up Fido before coming out and bring some water!

Howdershell Park provides residents with an easy-to-get-to open space to play in right near the center of the city. The secluded park is surrounded by houses and trees, with a .5-mile trail that encircles an open area. With two baseball fields, a tennis court, water fountains, clean-up stations,  a gazebo, a playground, and a picnic table,s this park will be a dream to take your pup to.

With a pretty landscape along the Missouri River, Hazelwood offers more than just a scenic place to play, but a place to that accepts and loves pups just as much as you do!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hazelwood

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 529/sq mi

    #1 Teson

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    Teson is a small community in Hazelwood, filled with residential homes and rural fields. Some of those fields belong to the Harry S Truman Park, a pretty outdoor area with dense trees, open fields, and a mile of paved walkways. The paths connect to a fishing pond, a playground, a pavilion, restrooms, a picnic area, water fountains, and benches. Pups can also enjoy the dog-friendly park of White Birch Park, which offers a nice green field again a water park. Dogs are not allowed in the water park but can play in the open field, walk on the asphalt walkway, or hang around the park. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside both parks.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,972/sq mi

    #2 Central Hazelwood

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    Central Hazelwood is usually pretty busy, with active shopping centers and bustling streets. Residents can still find some great green space in this park though, known as Pershall Park. The park offers 8 acres of grassy lawn to play on, with .6 miles of paved looping trails, a playground, and gazebo. The park requires pups to remain on a leash, but offers other amenities like water fountains, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations. Brookes Park is another great place to take Fido, thanks to its quiet area backed by dense trees and lush fields. There's a small playground, a gazebo, pavilion, and brick walkway with water fountains and benches available to leashed pups.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,104/sq mi

    #3 Fox Crest Dr/ Foxtrail Dr

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    The Fox Crest Drive and Foxtrail Drive neighborhood is a suburban neighborhood on the outside of the city's center, packed with rows of residential homes. If you and Fido need a place to play here, head over to the Queen Ann Park where there's lots of shade, paved trails, and open space. You need to leash Fido up before coming here, but can enjoy a playground, basketball court, a pavilion, picnic tables, and restrooms. There's a nice shaded place to sit, over .4 miles of trail to use, or plenty of space to play in, but whatever you decide to do, remember to leash up Fido. You can also enjoy amenities like water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,001/sq mi

    #4 Fountain Creek

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    Fountain Creek is a quiet and rural neighborhood on the outskirts of Florissant, filled with rows of residential homes, and just a mile from Hazelwood. The drive is worth it when you can bring your pup to Duchesne Park, a dog-friendly park that offers lots of amenities. There's open space to play in, shaded sitting areas, and a small paved walkway you can use. Besides the pavilion and playground, Fido can enjoy his own dog park located inside the park, that provides a safe, fenced-in place to play off-leash. The dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs, with agility equipment inside, trees for shade, and water fountains and clean-up stations on the outside.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,375/sq mi

    #5 Old Town

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    Old Town is a small urban area with active shopping centers backed by residential home inside Florissant, just 3 miles from Hazelwood. The park of choice in this area is Coldwater Commons Park, a grassy area pincered between two creeks with trees along the edges for privacy and shade. There are natural paths throughout the park that connect to a playground, a gazebo, and benches. Dogs can play in this park and will have plenty of room to run around, but if you're looking for a safer place to play, head over to the Tower Court Park. The smaller park has a nice grassy area to play in with paved trails, but also provides enclosed tennis courts that are dog-friendly. In addition, the park features water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
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