Maryland Heights gives visitors to St. Louis a great place to relax, and visitors with a pup will have plenty to see and do in this city suburb. Four veterinary clinics keep your dog healthy when visiting. Emergency and routine care is a few minutes away from anywhere in the city.
Maryland Heights also offers travelers a host of options for their stay. Westport Plaza is the premier shopping mall and entertainment center. La Quinta Inn & Suites at Westport really knows how to welcome the traveling pup. Two dogs of any size may stay free there. Motel 6 also doesn't charge an additional fee for up to two dogs of any size. Staybridge Suites keeps a traveler close to the excitement of Westport Plaza. It allows up to two dogs of less than 80 pounds for a minimum fee of $75 per room. Holiday Inn Express St. Louis Airport Riverport will keep you and your dog (or two!) safe and warm at night in one of its dog-friendly rooms for a fee of $25 per dog per night (weight restricted for your pup at 45 pounds).
The town beckons a traveler and dog to check out the Westport Plaza and stop into dog-friendly Sybergs for a sandwich or a late-night entree. Dog-friendly outdoor tables keep you and your furry traveling companion happy and satisfied. Walks outside may be in order for you and your dog, and the city has plenty of places to do just that. Creve Coeur Park offers you and your pup over a thousand acres of recreational land, including a fishing lake and two designated trails for some on -leash exercise. You will not be disappointed that you and your furry friend visited Maryland Heights!
The city limits of Maryland Heights keeps its pups happy. Dogport Dog Park barks out to a dog that needs a place to play. Four acres of fully fenced, off-leash freedom await your best fur-iend! Dogs gather in this mostly gravel and dirt dog park for a few rounds of sniffs and pawfect playtime. There's no shortage of water here, either. Daring dogs may take a plunge in one of the kiddie pools so useful in the summer heat. Human companions will find a comfortable place to relax at the nearby benches. The Dogport is open sunrise to sunset. This dog park is restricted to members only. Registration is through the city.
Creve Coeur is a mere four miles south of Maryland Heights. The Creve Coeur Dog Park at Conway Park gives two acres of space for large dog fun. Your small pal won’t feel left out here, though; he gets a half-acre all to himself! Leash-free play, along with with all the necessary amenities like water and waste stations, are found here. Bone-shaped kiddie pools give daring pups a place to dive and cool down. This dog park has grass galore! Smells of fresh grass and some dirt to plow a nose in makes a visit here a dog’s best day ever. This dog park is members-only, so be sure to visit the city and register to get the code.
Ballwin is fifteen miles south of Maryland Heights. Tails & Trails at Queeny Park has five acres of outdoor playground for a pack of friendly dogs to enjoy. No worry for the smaller or more timid dogs--they won’t be disturbed in their separate play spot. So much nature in one spot makes more than a few tails wag! A running creek makes the pawfect place to take a dip on a hot summer’s day. Dogs can explore the lake, too. Human companions will find plenty of their own spots to sit and enjoy the view. This dog park requires prior registration with St. Louis County.
Sunset Hills is fifteen miles south of Maryland Heights. An acre of fenced green grass beckons the dog that needs to run! Kitun Dog Park on Eddie & Park Road gives dogs that opportunity to run and play free of a leash. Small dogs aren’t left out. They have their own oasis of leash-free fun, too. Dogs also have agility equipment to try out or train on. No necessity is lacking at Kitun. Water and waste baggies make it easy for the human companion to look after their best fur-iend. A bench and a bit of shade soothes the psyche of the waiting human companion. Kitun requires a membership. Registration is with Sunset Hills or Crestwood.