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Dog Areas in Leasburg

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7 Trails

Leasburg is a town of fewer than five hundred permanent residents. Folks need to look to the bigger cities like Steelville or Cuba for veterinary services.  Routine and emergency care is just a short drive away.

The main attraction in Leasburg is the Onondaga State Park. This Missouri Park showcases one of the most spectacular Missouri caves. Tours of the awe-inspiring cave are offered daily.  Your canine companion can't go on the cave tour, but the state park does not fail to provide for a family with a pup (or two).  Camping at Onondaga is dog-friendly.  Your Molly or Leo is welcome to stay with the family on the campout.  Campsites include water and electric if desired.  Restrooms complete with showers are just a short walk away from tent campsites.  Your pup must stay on no less than a ten-foot leash while in the state park.  

You and your furry family member will also want to try out the five dedicated trails.  The Blue Heron Trail is partially paved and accessible for those folks with disabilities. It begins at the Visitor Center.  Blue Heron is a short, half-mile path that winds through the forest and past the cave entrance. The trail is rated as moderately difficult because of sections of rock, wet spots, and uphill climbing.  The other trails all vary in length, from less than a tenth of a mile to three miles. Your Molly or Leo will need a leash while exploring the trails with you.  Good shoes, too, are a must since most of the trails will involve scaling a few hills.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leasburg

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 790/sq mi

    #1 Leasburg

    Ozark Outdoors Riverfront Resort welcomes you and your dog to enjoy the many outdoor activities on offer here. You and your four-legged family are welcome to pitch a tent or rent one of the cabins or condos.  This resort is dog-friendly and will accommodate you and your pup.  A fee of $15 per dog per night is added for a cabin rental.  The condo fee is $25 per dog per night.  Dogs may camp for no additional charge.  A leash is required while camping.  Ozark offers numerous activities, including canoeing and rafting.  Your dog can ride along as you float down one of the three scenic Missouri rivers.  Life vests for your pup are available from the resort.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,049/sq mi

    #2 Cuba City Limits

    Cuba is nine miles west of Leasburg.  Good food awaits you and your pup here, with many dog-friendly restaurants in town.  Missouri Hick BBQ is popular with the locals and visitors alike. This menu is loaded with succulent tasty meat dishes.  The front porch seating will make you and your four-legged dining partner comfortable.  Missouri Hick BBQ is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.  The FourWay Restaurant on West Washington Road is situated in a converted auto garage.  Two outdoor tables welcome people dining with their dogs.  The menu consists of a variety of soups, sandwiches, and desserts.  The baklava is a specialty not to be missed!  The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 828/sq mi

    #3 Sullivan City Limits

    Sullivan is fourteen miles north of Leasburg.  Numerous hotels in Sullivan serve a traveler with a canine family member. Comfort Inn permits guest with up to two dogs of no more than forty pounds for an additional charge of $15 per dog, per night.  The first and third floors of the hotel are reserved for travelers with their fur-babies.  All rooms on these floors are dog-friendly.  Another option for lodging is the Super 8 on the North Service Road. Super 8 welcomes guests traveling with no more than two pups for a fee of $5 per dog per night.  Super 8 does not have any size limitation on your canine traveling friend. Once you've found a place to rest those weary paws, head down to City Lake Park for your daily walk!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,684/sq mi

    #4 Rolla City Limits

    Rolla is thirty-one miles west of Leasburg.  This larger city has many amenities for a person visiting with a four-legged friend. North Bishop Avenue is a main thoroughfare with several dog-friendly lodging options found there.  Pear Tree Inn accommodates travelers with up to two dogs with a combined weight of no more than eighty pounds.  Pear Tree charges an additional $35 per dog per night. Budget Motel and Motel 6 also welcome canine guests. The real treat in Rolla, though, is O'Doggy's! With a name like O'Doggy's, it's no surprise that this spot is pet-friendly. Chow down on hot dogs with your hound at the outdoor tables of this establishment.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,189/sq mi

    #5 Union City Limits

    Union is thirty-five miles north of Leasburg. A pup will have a pawesome time at the pet playground K9 and Kiddos. This dog park is set up for those families with both human and furry children.  The dog park is set beside the children's playground so you can keep a close eye on everyone. The dog park has a large and small dog section for off-leash exercise and fun.  Numerous picnic tables make it easy for those stressed-out parents to take a break while their kiddos play!  Agility equipment gives pups something more to amuse themselves with, and the grassy area is great for some rolling and sniffing. Plenty of trees are scattered around the perimeter of the park. Waste stations make it convenient to do those necessary pick-ups.
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