Dog Walkers in Oakville, MO

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Dog Areas in Oakville, MO

2 Parks
9 Trails
2 Groomers

People and their pups can find a home, or just about anything else they could want, in Oakville. This community built on a stretch of hills has a large shopping mall on its northern border that attracts people from all over south St. Louis County and northern Jefferson County. The South County Mall makes convenience just a short drive away. Veterinary care is plentiful here. You and your pup will have at least three full-service veterinary clinics to take care of health problems big and small, or just to stay healthy.  

A great attraction for you and your pup will be found in the two big St. Louis County parks that are found here. Cliff Cave Park is on the northeast side of Oakville’s boundary.  It is a 525-acre park that straddles the Mississippi River. It has four trails for you and your pup to check out. Be careful, though, because these trails can take you up some of the rocky hills that make up most of Oakville. The view will be worth it, though, on the one-mile long River Bluff Trail. 

The Mississippi River Trail is a 5.1-mile paved loop trail for a good but not too strenuous walk with your leashed pal. Head further south into Oakville, and you and your pup will find Bee Tree Park. Bee Tree Park boasts four trails under a mile long. They aren’t all that easy, though. Most have rocky surfaces and some may take you up a few steep hills. The .8-mile Crow’s Roost Trail is a rock and earthen trail that takes you and your leashed dog up a steep hill or two for a scenic view of the Mississippi River. After a day of hiking, it isn’t  a long drive back to shopping malls and restaurants. Oakville really does have it all for a person and their pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oakville, MO

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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #1 Arnold

    Arnold adjoins Oakville on its southern border. Unlike most other dog parks in St. Louis County, Arnold's paw parks are free and open to the public. One is located in Arnold City Park, and the other is in Ferd B. Lang Park. Both of Arnold's Paw Parks offer one fenced acre for off-leash fun.  Separate fenced space keeps those smaller dogs happy and safe. Arnold Paw Parks have all the amenities. Water is plentiful for drinking and cleaning off. Waste stations remind everyone to do their bit to help keep the park clean. There are also plenty of places for human companions to sit and enjoy being outside while their pup plays with some new furry pals.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is ten miles north of Oakville. Kitun Dog Park is located on Eddie and Park Road. This dog park has a fully fenced acre of lush green space for a pup's unleashed adventure. The small dogs have their own separate fenced area so they don't have to worry about ruffhousing with the big boys. This dog park features pieces of agility equipment for extra fun and training. Drinking water is available on-site, and waste baggies are furnished for easy pickups. The human companions have comfortable places to sit and watch their dogs. This dog park is accessible by membership only, which can be obtained through Sunset Hills or the city of Crestwood.
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    Population Density 4,500/sq mi

    #3 St Louis Hills

    The St. Louis Hills neighborhood is located thirteen miles north of Oakville. Here, you'll find the Southwest Dog Park in Willmore Park. This dog park has over an acre of canine-approved property for off-leash fun. It features a separately fenced space for the smaller pups. Willmore gives dogs plenty of things to do. There are a few pieces of agility equipment, and kiddie pools are provided in the summer so dogs can have a splashin' good time! People enjoy the shade of the old trees on benches situated around the dog park. Water and waste stations are conveniently provided.. This dog park is maintained by a nonprofit, not the city of St. Louis. Registration is through the Homeowner's Association.
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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #4 Kirkwood

    Kirkwood, just 13 miles south of Oakville, has many exciting places to explore. A furtastic time can be found at the Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park. This privately-owned dog park features nine acres of fenced pooch paradise! The grounds include trees, dirt, grass, and assorted wonderful outdoor smells. A separate patch for small dogs is set aside for them. This dog park invites people to sit and relax on a shaded bench and watch their pups play. A walking path circles around the acreage for a full survey of a place truly gone to the dogs. Dogs must pass temperament testing before joining the pack.
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    Population Density 1,629/sq mi

    #5 Creve Coeur

    Creve Coeur is nineteen miles from Oakville. The Creve Coeur Dog Park at Conway Park can make it a woof-wonderful day for your pup. Time to play in a two-acre field with the furry pals! This dog park has a separate half-acre for the small dogs, too. A kiddie pool that looks like a bone is a summertime favorite. Waste stations are always stocked with baggies for those pickups. After the dog park, the two of you can enjoy the rest of Conway Park. The lake has an easy walking path for a person and a leashed pup. The main park is public, but registration is required to visit the dog park.
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