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A person with a furry family member will find a peaceful place to live or visit in the tiny town of New Florence. The town's City Park on Mortimer Street has plenty of green spaces for an energizing walk or a relaxing stroll with your leashed pal. City Park amenities include a playground, benches, and a paved walking path.
A more intense hiking experience can be found only a short drive of eight miles south to the Danville Conservation Area. This vast property of more than 3,000 acres is owned by the state of Missouri. The conservation area has primitive camping sites available. The site historically was used to train dogs in hunting. Off-leash training for hunting is still permitted here -- people who wish to train for this purpose need to have a hunting permit. Visitors to the site should be aware that this is a popular spot for turkey and deer hunters and observe any safety regulations. Dogs should remain on a leash when visiting. Danville Glades Trail provides hikers an opportunity to sample the surroundings with a less than a three-mile loop.
Back in town, travelers with pups will find a couple of options for lodging. The local America's Best Value Inn and Days Inn both welcome dogs for a nominal fee per dog, per night. No veterinarians work in town, but many can be found within a twenty-mile radius.
Missouri's wine country attracts visitors both human and canine! Hermann is only seventeen miles south of New Florence. A person traveling with a canine friend will find a welcome at the Stone Hill Winery. This vineyard grows the grapes, and visitors are invited to get a sample. For $5 a person, you may purchase a sample of up to six wines. Tours of the vineyard are offered daily. Pups may visit the attractive grounds, too. The pathways around the vineyard supply a great view of Hermann. Your four-legged pal must stay on-leash while on the property. Tables are set up so people may enjoy their beverage and snack purchases outdoors with their pups. Dogs are not permitted in the buildings.
Warrenton is twenty miles north of New Florence. This town takes care of travelers with a canine family member! Several options are available for a person and pup to rest a weary head for a while. Super 8 on the North Service Road makes it easy to travel with your favorite fur-baby. A room awaits you and as many as two pups. This motel imposes no size restrictions. Super 8 charges $15 per dog for each night of your stay. Holiday Inn Express on North State Highway 45 is another option for lodging. This hotel accepts two dogs of any size for a fee of $25 per furry guest. America' Best Value Inn on Arlington Way allows two dogs of up to 30 pounds for $15 per dog per day.
Berger is twenty-six miles south of New Florence. Wine and great outdoor space are the two main reasons you and your pup should take a doggie day trip here. Bias Vineyards & Winery on Highway B says, "Yes!" to bringing your furry pal on this adventure. The grounds of the vineyard greet a person and pup with an option for a casual stroll outside. The sweet smell of ripening grapes fills the air in the summer months. Please use a leash while on the property. Some resident animals appreciate not being greeted by too many visitor sniffs. Several outdoor tables invite you to sit and enjoy some "fruit of the vine" and perhaps a snack with your canine buddy. Bias offers tours of the vineyard, but dogs are not allowed in the buildings.
Kingdom City is thirty miles west of New Florence. This tiny speck on the map is a big destination for a dog! Two truck stops have places designed for your pup's fun! Fastlane operates a dog park complete with large and small dog areas. This premier place to park a big rig caters to those truckers riding with their pup. The surface of this dog park is artificial turf. Fastlane provides the human companions plenty of shelter and benches. Water is available, too. The Petro Truck Stop is another destination for you and your pup to check out. The Petro in Kingdom City includes a fully fenced play area. Both of the dog parks stay open twenty-four hours.
Fulton is thirty-two miles west of New Florence. The Fulton Dog Park gives your pup a reason to wag that tail a bit more! This pup play place offers dogs two fully fenced areas for some off-leash exercise. Smaller pups have a safe space for their socialization. The double-gated entry ensures that no dog gets lost beginning or ending their play session. A grass surface feels fantastic on those paws. A few trees give some shade, and picnic tables give the human companions a place to park as their pup has a good time with some new pack buddies. A water fountain furnished with drinking bowls is a great convenience.
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