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Dog Areas in Montgomery City

5 Parks
2 Trails

Montgomery City may be a small town, but there are some wonderful reasons to consider it as a place to live or visit if you have a four-legged friend in your family.  This community of fewer than three thousand residents has two veterinary clinics.  Your pup won't have to go far to get that preventative and emergency treatment. Most of your dog's vet needs can be taken care of without venturing outside the city limits.  

The community keeps its citizens, both human and canine, healthy by providing plenty of recreational outdoor space.  The city maintains five parks where you and your leashed pup can find open green spaces and a variety of amenities, including picnic tables and playgrounds. Three of the five parks have picnic pavilions which can be rented for a family's special outdoor occasion, such as a dog's birthday party or a family reunion with important canine family members. 

In addition, the city maintains two paved trails which make it convenient for you and your leashed pup to get outside and burn some calories.  The trail at the southern end of the city includes exercise stations along the way.  A few muscle-building stretches or pull-ups make this an even healthier outdoor workout.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Montgomery City

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,162/sq mi

    #1 Hermann City Center

    Hermann is twenty-two miles south of Montgomery City. Stone Hill Winery operates several wineries in the wine country around the region near Hermann. The main facility is in Hermann, a charming old German town with a picturesque riverfront. Folks often take the Amtrak from Washington to Hermann, especially during the Oktoberfest when those who want to sample the fare of the wineries would rather not drive.  Stone Hill is the largest winery in the region. Its rows of grapes go into the many different varieties of wines produced at Stone Hill. The winery is a pawpular destination with folks with a canine pal! A bottle of wine and a lunch or snack may be purchased and taken outside to one of the many outdoor tables.
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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 70/sq mi

    #2 Kingdom City

    Kingdom City is twenty-eight miles west of Montgomery City.  Here, you'll find two unlikely spots for dog parks.  Petro is a truck stop found along Interstate 70. Truckers with a canine in the cab appreciate being able to pull in the rig and let their pup out for exercise and a bathroom break.  This dog park is open around the clock, so no matter what crazy schedule a trucker's dispatch has demanded, their pups can get out and get some exercise with other canine friends. Fastlane serves the same pupulation.  Its dog park has two sections. One side is reserved for the small dogs. It, too, has lights.  The artificial turf makes this dog park available during all kinds of weather.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,100/sq mi

    #3 City Center/ William Woods U

    Fulton is thirty-two miles west of Montgomery City.  Fulton Dog Park calls out to your dog's inner wolf!  This fully fenced playground gives your pup the leash-free experience to add a few new canine pals to the pack.  The dog park includes a separately fenced section devoted to safer small dog play, too.  The large grassy enclosure has a few trees and a few scattered picnic tables. A water fountain and dog bowls can be found near the dog park.  Waste stations are stocked with those necessary doggie waste baggies.  A nearby trail through a lightly forested area makes for an easy bit of exercise with your leashed pup.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,550/sq mi

    #4 Carlton Glen Estates

    Wentzville is less than an hour's drive east of Montgomery City.  Quail Ridge Dog Park has 2.5 acres of dog paradise for your pup to get out and experience! This fully fenced dog park lets your pup say "goodbye" to that leash (at least for the moment).  A separate enclosure keeps those small dogs safe, too. This dog park is all natural ground cover -- mostly grass. Plenty of trees are found within the dog park. A covered pavilion adds to the comfort of the human companions.  Drinking water is available during most of the year. Fountains are turned off during the coldest winter months. Waste stations provide baggies to make pick-ups a snap.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 106/sq mi

    #5 Danville

    Danville is eight miles south of Montgomery City.  Graham Cave State Park is the camping spot for a family with a canine member!  This state park allows multiple dogs camping with the family. Tents have a place here, and families needing full hookups may rent a site and stay awhile!  Multiple hiking opportunities can be experienced with your leashed pup. The 2.5-mile Lautre River Trail is of moderate difficulty. It includes a 1.5-mile loop conveniently located near the camping area.  This natural trail includes a few climbs here and there.  The meandering trail follows the river. A variety of wildflowers make this an especially scenic stroll in the springtime!
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