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.