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Dog Areas in Imperial, MO

1 Park
3 Trails
1 Groomer

Imperial sits in Northern Jefferson County on the interstate, which makes it easy to get to all the amenities of St. Louis County and still live in the country. A few housing developments give Imperial the look of suburbia without high taxes or many regulations. There is one veterinarian in town, but dozens more within a twenty-mile radius.  

People with dogs will have plenty of places to explore outdoors in and around Imperial. Missouri State Parks has a policy of welcoming dogs as long as they remain on no less than a ten-foot lead. Mastodon State Park is an interesting state park that was also an excavation site for some fossils! Dogs are not permitted in the museum part of the park, which displays the amazing Mastodon fossils. There are no excavations currently on-site, but the pits and photos of previous digs make this State Park a unique place to check out! 

There are also three trails for a person and a leashed dog to explore here. Limestone Hill Trail is a two-mile-long trail that is designated a "rugged" trail, as it has some steep inclines and goes through some heavily forested terrain. Spring Branch Trail is an "easy" trail that is .8 miles long. This trail is graveled so it is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers. The Wildflower Trail is .4 miles long and is a "moderately" difficult trail. The Wildflower Trail takes a hiker to the bone bed where the original finds were made! Picnic tables are scattered throughout the park for a quick outdoor snack or lunch with a furry hiking buddy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Imperial, MO

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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #1 Arnold

    Arnold is located just five miles north of Imperial, and is home to not one, but two furrific Paw Parks! One is located in the City Park and the other in Ferd B. Lang Park. The Paw Parks are identical -- they have a large, fully enclosed, grassy space for dogs to run and play leash-free. The Paw Parks provide water for dogs and their people, as well as numerous waste stations stocked with doggie waste baggies for easy pick-ups. People have plenty of places to sit in the shade and watch their pups play.  Each Paw Park includes a separately fenced area for the small dogs. The Arnold Paw Parks are free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is located sixteen miles north of Imperial. Kitun Dog Park has two acres of ground for pups to run free of a leash and sniff out some new furry pals. A separate enclosure lets the small dogs play together safely. The large enclosure has a few pieces of agility equipment for some training or just some varied exercise. Water fountains designed for humans and their canines make it okay to leave the water bottle at home. Waste stations stocked with doggie waste baggies make it convenient to clean up after your pup. People will find some shaded benches from which to supervise their pup. Kitun requires registration and fee payment prior to visiting; registration is with the city of Sunset Hills or Crestwood.
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    Population Density 3,000/sq mi

    #3 Kirkwood

    Kirkwood is located nineteen miles north of Imperial. Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park has nine fully fenced acres for some tail-waggin' good times off leash! There is a smaller fenced area for small dogs, too. This large dog park, as its name suggests, has trees planted throughout. It features natural terrain and includes a small creek that flows through the center of the property. Benches are positioned under shade trees for the human companions to relax and enjoy watching their pups have fun. In the warm months, the dog park features all sorts of fun water activities, including kiddie pools and sprinklers!  If you'd rather take a calm stroll with your pal, leash up and hit the walking trail around the perimeter of the park. This dog park is privately owned -- membership is required to visit. Dogs must pass temperament testing in order to play.
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    Population Density 4,697/sq mi

    #4 St Louis Hills

    St. Louis Hills is located nineteen miles north of Imperial.  Southwest City Dog Park is located within Wilmore Park, and has over an acre that is fully fenced for some mutts-needed off-leash fun. A small area is sectioned off for the smaller dogs. This dog park features water available on-site. Kiddie pools make an appearance during the summer months and are a big hit for pooches needing to cool off! The dog park has many benches positioned under some large old shade trees. Waste baggies are always in plentiful supply. This dog park is maintained by the Homeowner's Association, and registration and a fee is required prior to visiting the dog park.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #5 Ballwin

    Ballwin is located twenty-six miles north of Imperial. Tails and Trails at Queeny Park have five acres of space where your pup can run, romp, and find some new furry friends! There's also a separately fenced area for the small dogs. This dog park gives dogs access to two water features -- a lake and a creek. Dogs love prancing around and getting their paws wet, especially on one of those hot summer days. Four pieces of permanent agility equipment make it easy for people to squeeze in a few drills with their furry friend. Drinking water is available for people and their pups. People have their choice of benches under shade trees, or seating in the pavilion, which even offers free Wi-Fi. This dog park is maintained by St. Louis County, and registration is required before visiting it.
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