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Dog Areas in Mackenzie

Mackenzie is a tiny village that sits on the border of St. Louis County and St. Louis City. This small hamlet does not have its own veterinary clinic, but it is a stone’s throw (less than a quarter mile) to the one located in Mackenzie Pointe Plaza. 

Mackenzie is close to just about anything a person and pup could want. It is a brisk mile walk or a very short drive to a 145-acre park in St. Louis. River Des Peres Park straddles River Des Peres, which is not a real river, but rather a drainage ditch that has been built up over the years to prevent flooding. St. Louis has turned the space into a patchwork of green space and cleverly landscaped areas where you and your leashed dog can enjoy a stroll. 

The River Des Peres Greenway is a long stretch of paved walkway across well-designed bridges. This trail runs along the border of the city and the county. The entire length of the River Des Peres Greenway is 5.5 miles, so it isn’t a short trail for a person and their pup to attempt. Endpoints of the Greenway are at Germania and I-55 and at Lansdowne Ave, and River Des Peres Blvd. Benches along the way give a place to take a break and enjoy some of the green space and marvel at the depth of River Des Peres (sometimes with water in it). The River Des Peres Greenway also connects to the Christy Park Greenway -- an adventure for another day. 

Several good restaurants close to Mackenzie include a McDonald’s in Mackenzie Pointe, and Fortel’s Pizza Den on Mackenzie Road. Fortel’s will deliver to nearby Mackenzie.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mackenzie

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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #1 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is seven miles southwest of Mackenzie. Dogs gather for a pawesome good time at Kitun Dog Park on Eddie and Park Road! This one-acre, fully fenced dog park for canine playtime has all the amenities you and your pup could want in a dog park. Agility equipment makes for some extra training or just some different exercise. Even the water fountains were designed with your pup in mind. Nothing like sharing a cool drink with a furry buddy! A small dog area completes the package. Places in the shade for the people to occupy themselves is a bonus. This dog park is a membership-only park. Registration is with the Parks Department of Sunset Hills.
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    Population Density 4,500/sq mi

    #2 St Louis Hills

    St. Louis Hills is just 2 miles east of Mackenzie. This is a short drive to Willmore Park, the home of Southwest City Dog Park. Dogs don't get bored when they go to Willmore! This dog park offers dogs over an acre of grassy St. Louis space for socialization and fun. Here, your pup can play with some of the toys people share with their four-legged friends. Kiddie pools arrive in the park on the first hot day! Small dogs have a separate area to run and play leash-free. Human companions may sit on the shaded spots and watch their pup play with his new pack. This dog park requires membership with the Homeowner's Association that operates it.
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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #3 Kirkwood

    Kirkwood is seven miles west of Mackenzie. Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park might be a bit of a mouthful, but it includes everything you need for the pawfect day! This is a nine-acre tract of ground and grass with trees galore. There are plenty of places for the human companion to sit under them and take a break. A small creek crosses the property. The summer months are a good time to visit -- your dog can make a splash in the kiddie pools! A walking path around the property makes for a nice walk for the human companion. This dog park has a separate, more subdued section for small or timid dogs to play. All dogs must be tested for good dog park behavior before being allowed to play.
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    Population Density 1,629/sq mi

    #4 Creve Coeur

    Creve Coeur is twelve miles west of Mackenzie. The Creve Coeur Dog Park at Conway Park offers a pup two acres of unleashed fun in a fully fenced enclosure for the person's peace of mind. A separate half-acre gives those small dogs their own place to play, too. Summertime brings out that bone-shaped pool, and pups will scramble in to splash around with the new fur-iends! Waste stations keep the human companions on their toes. This dog park has a coded entrance. Registration is at the City of Creve Coeur Parks Department or City Hall.
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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #5 Arnold

    Many dog parks in St. Louis County require memberships to visit. This isn't the case in Arnold! Arnold has two Paw Parks that are pretty special for the area. City Park and Ferd B. Lang Park have two planned, identical dog parks. These Paw Parks each offer an acre of natural space which is fully enclosed for large dogs. Small dogs have a separate space to play. Water is available on-site. Human companions may find a seat at one of the many park benches. Waste stations with baggies make it convenient to do those pickups. Arnold's Paw Parks attract dogs from far and wide because they are free and open to the public.
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