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Dog Areas in Marthasville

12 Parks
3 Trails
1 Groomer

Marthasville is a charming little settlement near the Missouri River.  No veterinarians work in town, but many veterinarians can be found in nearby Washington.  Any kind of veterinary service, including routine, emergency, and specialty care is just a short drive away. 

Marthasville is the resting place of Daniel Boone, who lived his final days in the environs of the town.  German immigrants made this place their home in the early and mid-1800s.  The people of Marthasville take pride in their history.  They celebrate its contribution as one of the stopping points of Lewis and Clark on their famous expedition westward.  

Many small parks can be explored in this small rural space.  There are a dozen green spaces set aside for a person and a leashed dog to experience.  Rocky Point Park is a typical Marthasville park with walking areas near a river.  Shaded park benches make Rocky Point Park a perfect place to get some fresh air with a canine friend. Island Park attracts visitors with a paved walkway that ends with a scenic overlook of the river.  

Marthasville proudly provides two access points to the Katy Trail State Park.  The Katy Trail is a mostly gravel and rock trail that spans 240 miles and connects ten counties. Marthasville Trailhead and Treloar Trailhead provide a marked entrance to the Katy Trail with descriptions of the trail and its historical significance.

If you and your hound love history, you'll go mutts for Marthasville!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marthasville

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    Population Density 1,326/sq mi

    #1 South Point

    The South Point neighborhood is approximately ten miles south of Marthasville. A group of citizens worked hard to establish Washington's first permanent dog park, South Point Bark Park.  This tract of ground is situated close to the railroad tracks on Simmonds Avenue.  This dog park opened in 2017 and it is still a work in progress.  Currently, the dog park has a single fenced space for all dogs of every size to play and sniff out a new buddy or two.  The site includes several large trees which provide welcome shade in those summer months. Picnic tables are a welcome addition.  There is no water yet in the dog park, but this improvement is on the drawing board.
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    Population Density 1,550/sq mi

    #2 City Center

    Washington is just eight miles south of Marthasville.  Washington's City Center features a temporary dog park located in Burger Park.  This completely fenced space belongs to dogs when soccer is not in season.  Pups can run and play free of a leash in this spacious grassy area.  All pups of every size share the space -- no separate area here for the smaller pups.  Waste stations provide a limited supply of baggies -- bringing your own is always a good idea. No water is immediately available, but the main park has several restrooms and water fountains working most of the year.  More shade and a few benches would make this a comfier spot for the human companions, but it's a dog's pawfect play place!
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    Population Density 1,189/sq mi

    #3 Union City Limits

    The city of Union is fifteen miles south of Marthasville. K9 and Kiddos Park serves families with children and dogs.  The playground is next to the dog park so the kids can burn off some energy while the furry family member does too.  The dog park has two fenced spots for off-leash freedom.  One is set aside for the smaller pups.  Pieces of agility equipment, such as ramps and A-frames, add to the fun.  Dogs romp in a space of grass with a few patches of dirt.  Large mature trees provide welcome shade.  Picnic tables make it easy for the human folks to supervise their fur-babies in comfort.
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    Population Density 479/sq mi

    #4 Defiance

    Defiance is twenty miles from Marthasville.  Broemmelsiek Dog Park is the ideal place for a pup needing a good run.  This dog park has 4.7 fenced acres for off-leash exercise. It features a small lake just for those four-legged pals to splash in.  A doggie beach and dock are usually crowded with those Labs on a hot July day.  The terrain here is all natural with grass and large patches of trees and brush. The human companions have plenty of shaded benches. For more exercise, this county park has numerous dedicated trails for hikes with a leashed canine pal. More than seven miles of trails wind through the hills, pasture, and forests in this nearly 500-acre recreational space.
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    Population Density 1,695/sq mi

    #5 Pecan Bluffs

    This Wentzville neighborhood is a twenty-two-mile journey north of Marthasville. Quail Ridge Park is a St. Charles County Park with 250 acres of recreational space for public enjoyment.  The park has seven miles of marked trails for a person and a leashed furry friend to explore. The paved trails attract hikers looking for a more leisurely walk in the woods.  The main attraction for your pal, though, is going to be the dog park! Quail Park Dog Park features 1.5 acres of natural terrain for your canine pal to experience without a leash.  This dog park includes a separate space for the small dogs.  A covered shelter and numerous benches under shade trees make this a perfect place for the human companions too.  Water is available on-site for most of the year.
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