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Dog Areas in Horine

Horine, Missouri was established in 1868 and was named after an early settler, C. Thomas Horine. This small town is home to just a little over 1,000 people, which means it’s not exactly a bustling muttropolis full of dog-friendly amenities. If you’re looking for conventional dog-friendly amenities, like walking trails, dog parks, and Fido-friendly restaurants, you’ll need to take a short trip outside Horine.

You’ll find more than 40 hiking trails in the vicinity of Horine which range from easy to difficulty, so you’re sure to find a puptastic hiking adventure whether you’re a beginner or seasoned hiker. One of the closest trails is over in Arnold, Missouri’s City Park. The City Park Trail is 2 miles long and winds through wooded areas along the Meramec River. This is the pawfect place for a quick walk or a longer adventure in nature.

Kirkwood is another nearby destination for dog-friendly fun! If you really want a day full of adventure, though, head into the muttropolis of St. Louis, just a little over 30 minutes away from Horine. There, you’ll find all the pup-friendly amenities you could ever need or want!

Horine, Missouri is a great place to visit or live with your pooch, particularly if you’re looking to stay in a quiet town that’s still close to the conveniences of the big city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Horine

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    Population Density 7,703/sq mi

    #1 St Louis Hills

    Looking for the pawfect place to enjoy some off-leash exercise? You’ll find it in the St. Louis Hills neighborhood, just 31 miles from Horine. Here, you’ll find the Southwest City Dog Park at Willmore Park. You’ll need to purchase a membership to visit this park, but the money spent will be well worth it! This fenced dog park has plenty of lush green grass for your pup to play in, as well as doggie pools in the summer for some splashin’ good fun! You’ll need to bring your own water and waste bags, though. There’s plenty of seating here so you can relax while you supervise your four-footed friend.
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    Population Density 2,740/sq mi

    #2 Kirkwood

    Kirkwood is home to a unique opportunity for dog-friendly adventure, which will make the 40-minute drive from Horine well worth it. Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park is as just as furrific as it sounds! This is a privately owned dog park that requires pups to pass a temperament test before playing here. Pet parents will also need to purchase a membership; more info can be found online. Your pup will love sniffing out some new fur-iends and exploring the hills and meadows in this 9-acre park! Seating and shade trees are available, in addition to water bowls and spigots. Don’t fur-get the waste bags!
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    Population Density 5,653/sq mi

    #3 Soulard

    Soulard is a busy St. Louis neighborhood located near several major highways. At the northern border of the neighborhood, you’ll find a pawesome place to take your pup for some off-leash fun. Frenchtown Dog Park is set right off Highway 44, making it a perfect “pitt” stop if you’re just passing through. This fenced park is a small one at just .75 acres, but it offers separate areas for small and large breeds to play. You’ll need to email the officials at Frenchtown Dog Park to obtain a membership to play here. Water and waste bags are both provided, so no need to bring anything but plenty of energy!
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    Population Density 2,740/sq mi

    #4 Southern Kirkwood

    The southern region of Kirkwood is home to Grant’s Trail, which is a former rail line that is now part of Rails-To-Trails. This trail is 7.9 miles long and makes the pawfect place to enjoy an easy hike. The walkway is asphalt and there are a lot of restrooms and places to get water along the trail. There is also plenty of shade from the trees for those hot summer days. Don’t forget to bring along some waste bags so you can leave the trail nice and tidy for other hikers and their furry friends. Your pup will need to stay on a leash on this trail.
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    Population Density 1,671/sq mi

    #5 Arnold

    Many of Missouri’s dog parks require pet owners to purchase a membership. This isn’t the case in Arnold, though! This city is home to not one, but two free public dog parks where your canine companion can enjoy some off-leash fun. You’ll find designated “Paw Parks” at City Park and Ferd B. Lang Park. Both parks offer an acre of space for pups to play, water, doggie waste bags, and separate areas for large and small breeds. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore outside the dog parks as well. The best part? Arnold is just 20 minutes from Horine, so you’ll never be far from Fido-friendly adventure!
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