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Dog Areas in Liberty, MO

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Liberty is a suburb of Kansas City that has a lot to offer its canine residents and visitors. If you are in need of a veterinarian, then you are in luck, because Liberty has several hospitals and clinics that will keep your pooch in tip-top health. Hopefully, you won't need to avail of any of their services, but it's always good to have a few vet clinics nearby just in case.

While you're in Liberty, you should visit the City of Liberty Park, where dogs are welcome on-leash. If you need a place to spend a night or two along with your furry friend, you should check out the Millers Kampark and the Liberty Airbnb Rentals. In some of these accommodations, you have to pay a pet fee, so be sure to check the pet policy before booking. There is one dog-friendly eatery in Liberty, and that's the Chipotle Mexican Grill where your dog is welcome to dine with you at the outdoor patio as long as they're on a leash.

You can learn more about Liberty's history at any of the museums in town, including Liberty Jail, Clay County Historical Society Museum, and the Jesse James Bank Museum. Unfortunately, your pup isn't allowed to explore these with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Liberty, MO

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    #1 Stocksdale Park

    If you find yourself in Liberty, or you're thinking about moving there, you don't have to worry about places to get some exercise with your pal. Liberty has its own doggie park, aptly named Liberty Dog Park, which opened in 2011. This 3-acre park is a fully fenced, off-leash place where your fur baby can socialize and exercise. The park has water available as well as lots of toys, including tennis balls and frisbees. This spacious park also offers agility equipment for your pup to play on. There are two separate areas here: one for small dogs, and one for the big boys. Don't forget to bring some doggie waste bags along for cleanup.
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    #2 Eastern Blue Springs

    Twenty miles away from Liberty is the town of Blue Springs, which is home to the Dog Park at Gregory O. Grounds. This is an off-leash park that is fenced properly so you can be sure that your pet is safe while running around in the park. The park offers a washing area for cleaning up your pup after all that playing. There are also water fountains available for dogs and humans. The park is separated into three areas: one for small dogs, another for large dogs, and a third area with a pond. The pond is great for puppers that love to swim or play in the water! If you need a place to stay near this neighborhood, visit Hampton Inn Kansas City Blue Springs, or La Quinta Inn & Suites Blue Springs.
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    #3 Crown Center

    Around 17 miles away from Liberty is the Crown Center neighborhood of Kansas City, where you'll find the Pen Valley Dog Park. The park is a 2.7-acre off-leash park where your pup can run around and socialize with other dogs. The park is very much loved by the locals. Water fountains for dogs and humans are available here, as well as a water spigot. The park has two areas: one for small dogs and one for large dogs. Shade trees, benches, and picnic tables are all provided here for pet parent comfort. You'll find easily accessible parking in front of the park. There are no restrooms, but there is a port-a-potty here.
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    Around 22 miles south of Liberty, across the Missouri River in Kansas City, you'll find the Swope Park Dog Park. Leashed dogs are generally welcome in the larger park, which offers fields, and tennis courts. The park also hosts events, so be sure to check them out when planning your visit. If you need some off-leash fun for your four-legged buddy, there is a separate area that includes small dog and large dog zones. The dog park is well-maintained and it's pretty large. However, the small dog area doesn't include a water station, so you should bring some yourself, or you can enter the large dog area to get some.

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    #5 Parkville

    Parkville, located around 18 miles from Liberty, is home to a pretty big dog park named Parkville Landing. Here, you can find two separate, spacious areas, both of which are properly fenced. There is running water in both sections. One area is intended for small dogs, and the other one is for large dogs. There is also a five-mile trail there where you can walk your fur baby through the dog-friendly park. Both areas offer agility features for some added fun. When it rains, it can get a little bit muddy here, so be sure to bring some extra cleanup supplies on those rainy days!
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