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Dog Areas in Hillsboro, MO

3 Parks
2 Trails
2 Groomers

Hillsboro is a small, rural community south of St. Louis County. The town has two veterinary clinics to take care of its dogs' routine and emergency needs. Hillsboro might be small, but it does have a few parks where pooches can stretch their legs. Its City Park has children's playground equipment, pavilions, and picnic sites. People may explore the two wooded hiking trails in the park with their leashed pup. A smaller town park on Fairview Avenue has a children's playground and open grassy space for some fresh country air. RW McMullin County Park on Maple Street is nestled in a wooded setting. It has a pavilion and picnic tables, and is maintained by Jefferson County. Dogs must remain on-leash while visiting.

For a more intense wilderness experience, people and their furry family members can travel fifteen miles south to Washington State Park. This state park offers hikers and their leashed pups three very scenic hiking trails up through some amazing hardwood forest and to scenic overlooks. All three of the trails are designated as "rugged", so they are not for people or dogs with any physical limitations. The longest of the three is six miles long and has spots for backpack camping. In addition, the state park has camping sites with electric as well as primitive spots for tents.The Big River flows through the state park and offers opportunities to get wet or just do some fishing. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hillsboro, MO

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #1 Arnold

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    Arnold is twenty-five miles north of Hillsboro. Arnold is a town that has really gone to the dogs -- in the best way! The city of Arnold maintains the only two free public dog parks in Jefferson County. One is in the City Park and the other is in Ferd B. Lang Park. They give dogs the same amount of space and have the same amenities. Dogs are invited to run and play in a large, fenced, grassy space. An area is sectioned off for the small dogs. People and pups have drinking water available in the dog park. The human companions are treated to shaded benches from which to supervise their pups. Waste stations are conveniently situated around the park for easy pick-ups.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 915/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Hills

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    Sunset Hills is located twenty-nine miles north of Hillsboro, and maintains the Kitun Dog Park. This dog park gives dogs a chance to run without the inhibition of a leash. There are two beautiful, grassy acres for pups to play and sniff out a new furry pal or two! Some pieces of agility equipment add to the fun. A separate section of the space is fenced for the small dogs. Water for pups and their parents can be found in the dog park. Numerous waste stations help keep the grass walkable. Shaded places for people to sit are a bonus. Registration with the city of Sunset Hills or the city of Crestwood is required prior to use. There is a fee.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #3 Kirkwood

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    Thirty-three miles north of town, you'll find a furrific dog park that Fido will love! Treecourt Unleased Dog Adventure Park has nine gorgeous and green acres for a dog to explore. Trees are planted throughout the dog park and provide shade on those hot summer days. People have plenty of shaded benches on which to sit and enjoy being outdoors while their pups play with the rest of the pack. A walking path around the wooded property makes for an easy stroll. Drinking water is available for everyone, and dogs are even treated to water activities in the warm months! This is a privately owned park, and visitors must be members.  Dogs must pass a socialization test for entrance to the grounds.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #4 Ballwin

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    Ballwin is a little further afield at thirty-five miles north, but the ride is worth the tail waggin' good time your pooch will have at Tails and Trails Dog Park in Queeny Park! This dog park has five fully fenced acres of natural terrain for free roaming. A creek and a lake on the ground tempt a few paws into a summertime splash. Four permanent pieces of agility equipment are great for some extra training. Small dogs have their own nice patch of grass for safer play. The human companions will love the amenities this dog park offers. Many shaded benches give people a place to rest, and a pavilion supplies Wi-Fi. This dog park is operated by St Louis County. Prior registration is required to visit, and you'll also need to pay a fee.
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    Population Density 4,697/sq mi

    #5 St Louis Hills

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    If you're heading into St. Louis with Fido, you'd be barking mad to miss Southwest Dog Park at Wilmore Park! This park has over an acre of fully fenced grassy space for a pawesome good time off-leash! A separate area serves the needs of small dogs. This dog park features water for all to drink, as well as waste stations which are amply stocked with the necessary supplies. The beautiful old shade trees make a perfect resting spot for the human companions. The dog park is operated by the Homeowner's Association, and registration is required to access the park. The main park is a St Louis City Park and has many shaded, paved walkways that leashed dogs are welcome to walk with their owners.
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