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Dog Areas in Mehlville

2 Parks
4 Trails
3 Groomers

Mehlville invites a person and a pup to enjoy a river breeze and a few outdoor adventures. Mehlville may seem like wilderness, but there is always a convenience nearby.  There are three veterinary clinics in Mehlville so a dog does not have to go far to stay healthy. 

Mehlville also has two parks that are in or on the city boundary. Union Road County Park is a small green area that serves as a connection point to the 8-mile Grant’s Trail. This long paved trail takes a person and a pup westward, and further into the communities of St. Louis County. 

The other park on Mehlville’s  border is Jefferson Barracks Park. This St. Louis County park has 426 acres of parkland.Jefferson Barracks has picnic sites and three trails. The Mississippi River Greenway Trail will take you and your leashed pup on a 1.6-mile trek along the Mississippi River. Benches are positioned along the way.  A person and their furry companion can marvel at the river’s size and beauty.  

The other two trails are the South and North Schick trails. These are both a little over a mile long. The south trail includes a few exercise stations for you (but probably not your pup). Deer heavily populate this locale. No doubt a few will cross you and your leashed friend’s path.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mehlville

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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #1 Sunset Hills

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    Sunset Hills is seven miles west of Mehlville. Dogs yearn for a run off their leash, and Kitun Dog Park fulfills a pup's deepest needs. This one-acre, fully fenced piece of land gives dogs the chance to run and play with their own kind leash-free. The dog park has a separate fenced space for small dogs to run wild and free, too. The large dog section has a few pieces of agility equipment for a dog to ignore or take a challenge on.  The human companion may sit on benches on the sidelines of what may be a bit of frenzied fun. Nobody goes without drinking water here. Water fountains give upper and lower deck drinking for dogs and their people. This dog park requires registration with the city of Sunset Hills.
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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #2 Arnold

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    Arnold is eight miles south of Mehlville. Arnold's Paw Parks make for a perfect afternoon adventure. They are free and open to the public, unlike many of St. Louis County's dog parks. The two Paw Parks are identically designed, and are located at City Park and at Ferd B. Lang Park. The Paw Parks give the dogs an acre of grassy space to call their own! The small dogs have a separate area for safer play, too. Each Paw Park has water available for dogs and their people. Shaded benches make it easy for a dog's person to sit and supervise their pup as they play. Ample doggie bags help remind everyone to keep this public place clean.
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    Population Density 4,500/sq mi

    #3 St Louis Hills

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    St. Louis Hills is nine miles north of Mehlville. Southwest Dog Park at Willmore Park gives dogs an acre of grassy fenced space to enjoy off-leash. A separate space gives the small dogs some green grass to call their own. Southwest Dog Park offers kiddie pools for summertime play, and, except in the coldest months, drinking water is available for all. Numerous benches give the human companions a place to sit and supervise their furry friend. The waste stations provide bags for quick pickups. This dog park is for members only. Membership may be obtained from the nonprofit that operates the dog park.
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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #4 Kirkwood

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    Kirkwood is ten miles north of Mehlville. Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park has nine acres of fenced property for a pawesome off-leash experience. A small, separate piece of the property makes the small dogs happy. This dog park has trees planted everywhere in it.  This little piece of pooch paradise includes water play in the summer months, with enough kiddie pools to get all those wagging tails wet. A natural creek flows across the property, which always tempts a pup for a wet paw or two. Human companions can take photos on their stroll around the park on the walking path. A temperament test is required before dogs can become members. This dog park charges a monthly fee for its use.
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    Population Density 7,241/sq mi

    #5 Central West End

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    The Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis City is fourteen miles north of Mehlville.  St. Louis University owns the Ellen Clark Sculpture Park and Dog Park on Lindell Blvd. This space has gone to the dogs -- literally! The sculpture park attracted local dogs for a bit of running in a fully enclosed space. First came the dogs from the nearby apartments, and then others came from surrounding towns and areas. This lovely park seems to have become a dual-purpose space. A water fountain designed for pups to drink easily is found in the enclosure. All dogs visiting here will play in the same area; there is no separate area for small dogs.  The sculptures delight with their color and form on the natural green grass.
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