Lakeshire might be tiny among the municipalities in St. Louis metropolitan area, but it is well-situated. There are no veterinarians within city limits, but don't fret -- you'll find dozens of top-notch clinics within a ten-mile radius.
The city only has one municipal park. Figi Park is located at the intersection of Squire Meadows and Parkman Drive. This small green space serves as a community gathering spot where leashed dogs can enjoy a little exercise. Larger parks are within a bone's throw away.
The Officer Blake C. Snyder Memorial Park abuts the boundary between the city of Green Park and Lakeshire. This park offers visitors seven trails for some great leashed exercise outdoors with a furry family member. The trails range in length from .3 miles to .7 miles long. Five of the trails are paved, and two are Earthen Treadway.
The Fox Run Fitness Trail is the longest paved trail. It provides various workout stations along the way. This park's trail system connects to the very pawpular Grant's Trail, an 8-mile trail that leads walkers and bikers to the Grant's Farm attraction and through the southwest part of St. Louis County. This is the pawfect place to enjoy a walk in nature with your best furry friend.