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Dog Areas in Lakeshire

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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.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lakeshire

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    Population Density 915/sq mi

    #1 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is five miles west of Lakeshire. Kitun Dog Park has two acres of fully fenced play space for your pup! Small dogs can play safely in their own sectioned-off space. This dog park has lush green grass that may tickle the noses of some of the inquisitive hounds. Agility equipment will help with training and provides some extra fun. This park has uniquely designed water fountains that serve people and their furry family members. Numerous well-stocked waste stations help people keep the park clean. Human companions will find some comfy shaded spots to sit. Registration with the city of Sunset Hills or Crestwood is required.
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    Population Density 4,697/sq mi

    #2 St Louis Hills

    If your pooch needs some off-leash time, she'll beg you to make the five-mile trip to Southwest City Dog Park. Dogs from the city and county loving hanging out here! A full acre of terra firma makes for some pawesome playtime. There is even a separate fenced space for the small dogs. Water is available on-site (at least most of the year). Summer months bring out the kiddie pools for a cooling splash. Waste stations are stocked with doggie waste baggies for convenient pick-ups. Human companions will find plenty of shaded seats under one of this park's old huge trees. This dog park is maintained by the Homeowner's Association, which you'll need to register with before playing here.
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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #3 Kirkwood City Limits

    Six miles west of Lakeshire, you'll find Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park, a spectacular place for dogs to run wild and free of the leash. This dog park has nine acres of ground for a pup's adventure and play. This grassy dog park has trees throughout the property, which your panting pup can rest under after a long day of play. Pet parents can rest on a shaded bench while watching their pooches sniff out some new friends. Drinking water is available for both dogs and humans. Water activities in the summer makes this dog park a super special place to be. Please not that TreeCourt is a privately owned property. Membership is required to gain access to the park, and dogs must pass temperament testing to play.
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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #4 Arnold City Limits

    Arnold is eleven miles south of Lakeshire. The city of Arnold cares about keeping its canines fit, and has dedicated an acre in two of its parks for pups to be able to play and socialize leash-free. Small dogs have a separate spot to run and play. The natural grassy terrain is perfect on those paw pads! One of the dog parks is located in the City Park, and the other at Ferd B. Lang Park. The parks are identical in their size and amenities. Water is available on-site, and waste stations stocked with baggies are provided. Human companions will find  plenty of shaded spots to sit and supervise their pups. Unlike many St. Louis County dog parks, the Paw Parks are free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #5 Ballwin

    Ballwin is a little fur-ther afield at 16 miles away, but the short drive is well worth it for Tails & Trails Dog Park. This dog park is one of the largest in the area, so be sure to bring Fido for a good romp! Dogs have over five fully-fenced acres of natural ground for making new canine companions, and small dogs have a separate place to play. This dog park includes four permanent pieces of agility equipment. A creek and a small lake are on the property for some splashin' around on one of those hot summer days. While Fido takes a dip, pet parents can take advantage of the free wi-fi in the pavilion. You'll find everything you need here, including drinking water and waste stations. You'll need to register your pooch with St. Louis County before playing here.
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