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Dog Areas in Maplewood, MO

8 Parks
3 Eateries

Maplewood is an excellent residential town tucked up near St. Louis. With the nearby big city set to take care of life’s basics, Maplewood can focus on what your pup loves best: pampering. Living the good life on four legs starts in Maplewood.There are over 10 veterinary clinics and animal hospitals located within 15 minutes of Maplewood that are technically in St. Louis.


The quest for the perfect day could start at the oddly named but highly pleasing Living Room. This casual cafe focuses on building community, and with water bowls for canine visitors they’re off to a great start. Maplewood’s Local Chef Kitchen turns flavor up to 11 through the use of locally sourced ingredients. This makes for a frequently changing menu that holds on to plenty of classics. Dogs are allowed at the outdoor dining spots, and bowls of ice water are available.


If you’re out late in the evening and want to conclude your pampering day with a treat, try Yale Park. This park isn’t the biggest, but it’s open after dark and has large, motion-sensing lights. This makes it a huge plus for evening walks! Maplewood’s emphasis on bringing the good things in life to residents and visitors makes it a great spot to enjoy.


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maplewood, MO

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 10,448/sq mi

    #1 Manchester Rd/ Circle Dr

    48
    Kellogg Park is home to the Maplewood Dog Park, a pawsome dog park to take Fido to. Maplewood Dog Park is fenced in and has separate areas for large and small breeds. The park offers running water, plenty of shade, and even a pool for those extra hot days! There are even amenities for people, including benches to sit on and restrooms. You do have to have a membership before entering this park, and you need to show proof that your dog has been fully vaccinated too. Locals love how friendly the other dogs are and say their dogs are always leaving worn out and content.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 24,577/sq mi

    #2 Manchester Rd/ Mitchelle Ave

    36
    If you and your pup are roaming around Maplewood and get a growly tummy, stop by two of the dog friendly restaurants located on Manchester Ave. Colombo’s Café and Tavern serves tasty burgers, sandwiches and pizza. They have plenty of outdoor seating and welcome your dog to join you as you snack on some good food and enjoy a beer. Failoni’s Restaurant and Bar serves burgers, meatball subs, grilled tilapia, and pizza. Their outdoor patio is dog friendly on certain days of the week, and the staff loves when your dog comes and hangs out while you enjoy your dinner.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,035/sq mi

    #3 Manhattan

    24
    Piccadilly at Manhattan is a great dog friendly restaurant to stop by if you and your pup are enjoying the Manhattan neighborhood and get the urge to eat. This American grill has a huge dog friendly patio and the staff loves when your dog comes and eat with you. Piccadilly at Manhattan offers smoked pork chops, beef pot pies, Cajun pasta, and fried chicken. Locals rave about the great tasting food but love that the staff is mainly made up of dog lovers. Once you’re done eating you and your pup can take a nice walk through Manhattan and enjoy the evening.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,575/sq mi

    #4 Lindbergh Dr/ Bruno Ave

    12
    Lindbergh Park is a great park to take your dog to for a nice walk or jog and to get out for the day. The park offers a paved path to walk on, plus tons of green fields for fetch or grass rollies. The park is on the smaller side, but that also means it is less populated and your dog can have more time to roam around and sniff in peace. The park also offers a small community garden that is fenced in, and they are always looking for more gardeners to join them. The park also offers a few picnic benches to sit down and relax while you are enjoying the park.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9,319/sq mi

    #5 Hanley Industrial Ct/ S Hanley Rd

    0
    On the outskirts of Maplewood is the town of Brentwood. Through the town flows the Black Creek, along which is located the Oaktree Park, a great park to bring your pup to for a fun hike or just to sniff around. The park has an asphalt trail to enjoy, and if you would rather sit and people watch, there are also lots of benches to relax on. Along the trail are tons of trees that help provide shade, and dog waste baggies are available if you forget to bring yours. Further up the Creek, you’ll find other lovely parks to explore, including Rosalie/Eulalie Park, Hanley Park, and Memorial Park.
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