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Dog Areas in High Hill

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The community of High Hill is home to fewer than two hundred people and is surrounded by the rolling landscape of rural Missouri and wine country.  No veterinarians work in High Hill.  Folks with pups in the family must drive to the nearby towns of Hermann and Warrenton for their regular vet visits. 

One community park is located within the town's boundaries. Lion Park offers some green spaces for people with leashed dogs to get out and about for some easy exercise.  High Hill is kind to travelers with canine family members.  Two motels service those people traveling with their dogs.  Colonial Inn at 974 Tree Farm Road welcomes guests with multiple dogs of any size for a fee of $20 per night.  I-70 Budget Motel at 930 Tree Farm Road welcomes as many as two dogs.  This motel charges an added $10 per room, per night.  I-70 Budget Motel has no weight restrictions on visiting pups.

Folks looking to do some tent camping can check out the Daniel Boone Conservation Area.  This conservation area is in Jonesburg -- just thirteen miles south of High Hill.  This tract of forest is frequented by those campers who don't really want to "ruff" it.  There are very few amenities on the property.  People may bring their dogs, but should keep them on-leash.  This property is used at various times for hunting.  Several marked trails make for a rugged experience with your leashed canine friend.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in High Hill

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 859/sq mi

    #1 Montgomery City

    Montgomery City is ten miles north of High Hill. Lazy Day Campground lets people enjoy the experience of camping without giving up some of those finer amenities.  This campground offers campsites for those pitching a tent or pulling a trailer. No camper must be without A/C unless they want to do without!  A built-in swimming pool is a cleaner alternative to the usual lake swim.  Of course, Lazy Day has a stocked fishing lake for those who do want to experience some of the usual outdoor camping activities.  Pups will wag that tail a bit harder when they get that leash removed for a romp in the campground's newest amenity -- a fully fenced dog park!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 721/sq mi

    #2 Warrenton City Limits

    Warrenton is fourteen miles east of High Hill.  Kick back and stay awhile in Warrenton!  This town treats travelers with pups just fine.  The Super 8 welcomes guests with as many as two dogs for an additional charge of $15 per dog per night.  The motel has no restriction on the size of your dogs.  America's Best Value Inn on Arlington Way requests that visitors call prior to their visit.  This hotel offers a limited number of dog-friendly rooms and restricts visitors to no more than two dogs of no more than thirty pounds. The fee is $15 per dog per night stay. Afterward, paw on down to John G's Bier Deck, which welcomes canine customers at the outdoor patio!
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 70/sq mi

    #3 City Limits

    Kingdom City is thirty-four miles west of High Hill. Kingdom City has two gas stations which offer more than just the average convenience store.  Fastlane and Petro serve a large truck-driver clientele.  Many truckers have a canine riding shotgun in the cab!  Fastlane has a fully enclosed dog park with both a small and large dog area. The ground at Fastlane's dog park is covered with artificial turf.  Waste stations supply a bountiful supply of waste baggies. Petro also has a completely fenced spot for those ride-along canines.  Both of these dog parks have lighting for late night bathroom breaks and operate twenty-four hours a day.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,549/sq mi

    #4 Washington City Center

    Washington is thirty-eight miles south of High Hill.  Burger Park is the dog's destination of delight at least for five months of the year!  Burger Park on International Avenue operates a seasonal dog park. This dog park is a grassy spot in the park that is shared with soccer players. A few trees are around the perimeter, but in general, comfort amenities for the human companions are sparse.  This dog park is a "bring your own" type of place.  People load up water and folding chairs when heading out to Burger Park with their pups.  All pups play together in this single space -- good manners are expected!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,326/sq mi

    #5 South Point

    South Point is about thirty-nine miles south of High Hill. South Point Bark Park makes pups woof with delight with its fully fenced space just for them! This dog park operates all twelve months of the year. It is an accomplishment of a dedicated group of dog lovers in the Washington community. The dog park is very much a work-in-progress.  The fencing for the small dog section was recently added.  Drinking water is part of the future plans.  This dog park has a problem with being in a low-lying area. The grass surface has been worn down by many happy paws, and the underlying dirt turns into a mud issue on some days. A few picnic tables are scattered throughout the dog park, but plans for landscaping and a pavilion may be seen here in the near future.
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