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Kimmswick is a historic town that is home to shops and bed and breakfasts. This community only has 157 full-time residents. There are no veterinarians in town; Kimmswick is more of a tourist attraction than a living town.  

The nearest place for a person and a dog to visit is Mastodon State Park. It has an Imperial address, but Imperial used to be called West Kimmswick. Missouri State Parks welcome dogs, but they need to be kept on no less than a ten-foot lead. Dogs aren't allowed in museums or public buildings, though.  

Mastodon State Park includes a museum that a person with a pup will have to save for another day. This state park is the location where the connection of Mastodons with the early American people was first corroborated by fossil evidence. There are no active digs at the state park, but the trails in the park have photos of past digs and point out the locations where bones were found. The pits have been covered up, but there are markers detailing the remarkable finds made on the property.  

The state park is made up of over 400 acres of land, and features 3 dog-friendly hiking trails. The longest is 2 miles long and is the most difficult of the three. The Limestone Hill Trail takes a hiker up some very steep inclines, where they're likely to encounter natural barriers like creeks and fallen trees. The easiest trail is called the Spring Branch Trail, which is .8 miles long and is covered with crushed rock. Wheelchairs and strollers can easily navigate this trail. The Wildflower Trail takes a hiker by the original bone bed! It is moderately difficult and is .4 miles long. Mastodon also has several picnic sites for some outdoor dining with a four-legged companion.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kimmswick

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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #1 Arnold

    Arnold is located six miles north of Kimmswick. Happy paws head over to the city's two Paw Parks for some leash-free exercise and fun. One Paw Park is located in City Park, and the other in the Ferd B. Lang Park. They are identical in size and amenities. These large, fully-fenced, grassy areas let dogs play unfettered by the restriction of the leash.  Small dogs have their own separate section. Drinking water is available for dogs and their people, and the Paw Parks have numerous benches for the human companions to sit in shaded comfort. Waste stations are amply stocked with waste bags for convenient pickups. The main parks both include green spaces for additional exercise for a leashed dog.  The dog parks are free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 850/sq mi

    #2 Herculaneum

    Herculaneum is located just nine miles south of Kimmswick. The All Bark Village Dog Park has everything a dog could want in an off-leash dog park! This pawesome park has a separate fenced area for small dogs, as well as drinking fountains designed for people and their canines. This grassy dog park does get muddy after a rain -- fortunately, the dog park has a hose and pad for rinsing off a muddy dog before getting in the car for the ride home. Plenty of shaded seating is available for the pet parents, and waste bags are supplied by the dog park. This dog park is free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #3 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is located a little further afield at seventeen miles north, but the short drive is well worth it! Kitun Dog Park has two fully-fenced acres for your pup's enjoyment and exercise. Small dogs have a separate, safe space to play in. The large dog area has several pieces of agility equipment, and dogs sure do love to strut their stuff on it! The drinking fountains service both people and their pups.  Other amenities include shaded seating and waste stations, so the only thing you'll need to bring is plenty of energy to play. This dog park requires prior registration and fee payment to the city of Sunset Hills.
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    Population Density 3,000/sq mi

    #4 Kirkwood

    Twenty miles north of town, you'll find Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park in Kirkwood, a privately-owned dog park that is effectively the country club for area dogs. This expansive dog park has nine acres of fully-fenced, natural terrain for a pup's exercise and socialization. Small dogs have a separate area set aside just for them too. Shaded benches provide pet parents with a comfortable place to relax while they watch their dogs. This dog park includes a natural creek that flows through the center of the property.  The park also has water activities, including sprinklers and kiddie pools in the hotter months. You'll need to obtain a monthly membership before playing here. Dogs must pass a temperament test before being allowed to join in the fun.

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    Population Density 4,697/sq mi

    #5 St Louis Hills

    St. Louis Hills is located twenty miles north of Kimmswick.  Southwest City Dog Park has 1.1 acres of fully fenced ground for pups to play leash-free, and includes a separate section for small dogs. Amenities of this furrific park include drinking water for pups and people, shaded benches, and stocked waste stations. In the summer months, kiddie pools are available for pooches, and there is always a line of dogs wanting to get paws and tails wet! This dog park is located within Wilmore Park, which has many places to walk with a leashed dog as well as two fishing lakes. Picnic sites and pavilions can be found throughout the main park. Admittance to the dog park requires prior registration and a membership fee payable to the Homeowner's Association that maintains it.
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