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Dog Areas in House Springs

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House Springs is an unincorporated community in Missouri which doesn’t have very many activities to offer dogs. But don’t fret just yet -- although House Springs is a small town, it’s home to an animal clinic which has provided both routine and emergency care for the locals’ animals for nearly 40 years. The residents of House Springs pawsitively love this clinic, so you can rest easy knowing your pup will be in good hands should an emergency arise.

House Springs is a great place to visit or settle down and call home. The crime rate is very low and the education system is very good here. This comes as no surprise considering the amount of families who live here. It’s also located a short drive from larger cities which have more dog-friendly activities and spaces, making it just pawfect for dog owners who want to live in a quiet, remote locale while keeping the convenience of the big city at their fingertips.

If you’re looking for places to exercise, shop, or grab a bite to eat, you’ll find plenty of op-paw-tunities to do just that in Kirkwood, St. Louis, and Ballwin, all located within a 40-minute drive of town.

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    Population Density 2,740/sq mi

    #1 Kirkwood

    Looking for an adventure with your pooch? Head to Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park, located just 28 miles from House Springs in Kirkwood. This pawesome park has 9 acres of grassy off-leash space for your pup to run, romp, and explore. Shade, seating, water bowls, and spigots are all available here; you’ll just need to bring some waste bags. The park requires newcomers to obtain a membership, and all dogs who want to play here must pass a temperament test. This ensures all pooches can enjoy their unleashed doggie adventures safely!
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    Population Density 7,703/sq mi

    #2 St Louis Hills


    The muttropolis of St. Louis, located 28 miles from House Springs, has so many dog-friendly places and spaces that it’s hard to know where to go first! If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, head to the St. Louis Hills neighborhood in the southwestern part of the city. It’s home to the Southwest City Dog Park, part of the larger Willmore Park. This off-leash park has lots of space for your pup to play, as well as seating and even kiddie pools for pups in the summer! You’ll need to bring your own drinking water. There are plenty of dog-friendly fast food places in St. Louis Hills so you can grab a quick bite on your way back home.

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    Population Density 2,618/sq mi

    #3 Ballwin

    If you’re looking to get some mutts-needed exercise at a quality dog park, but don’t want to travel all the way to St. Louis, look no fur-ther than Ballwin! This city, located just 19 miles north of House Springs, is home to Tails & Trails Queeny Park. This 5-acre, newly built dog park is located inside Edgar M. Queeny Park. The dog park has separate areas for large and small breeds, agility equipment, sprinklers, drinking water and waste bags -- everything you need to enjoy the pawfect day at the park. Pet parents can relax at the pavilion, which even has wi-fi. You’ll need to obtain a membership to play here.
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    Population Density 743/sq mi

    #4 Sunset Hills

    Kitun Dog Park in Sunset Hills is just 25 minutes from House Springs. This off-leash park is very much loved by the locals, so your pal is sure to make some new fur-iends here! Small pups have a separate space to run and romp in this 2-acre park. You can relax on a shaded bench while your pooch plays on the agility equipment. Water fountains are available here, but you’ll need to bring your own waste bags. Newcomers must obtain a membership from the Sunset Hills Community Center or Crestwood City Hall.
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    Population Density 1,617/sq mi

    #5 Arnold

    Arnold is closer to House Springs than any of the other cities we’ve mentioned so far, and it’s also home to not one, but two paw parks! City Park and Ferd B. Lang Park both offer 1-acre spaces for dogs to play off-leash. Small dogs get separate places to play at both parks. You’ll find everything you’ll need at both parks, including water fountains, waste bags, and benches. Just don’t fur-get to bring plenty of energy (oh, and Fido’s favorite toy).
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