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Dog Areas in Ofallon, MO

7 Parks
4 Trails
11 Eateries
12 Groomers

Conveniently located, family-friendly, and thriving, there certainly is a lot to like about O'Fallon, MO! With a population of 80,000 and some change, O’Fallon can hardly be called a small town, but it still manages to maintain a close-knit, community-oriented feel. The city’s civic pride is on full display at the many events O’Fallon hosts throughout the year, from the Food Truck Frenzy during the summer months to the free concerts in the park during June. There’s also an established and expanding arts scene -- stroll around town and you and your pooch might catch a glimpse of The Shape of Community rotating sculpture series!

O’Fallon doesn’t have its own dog park, but the city is still a pretty fur-friendly place! The parks system is the pride of O’Fallon, and there’s no shortage of green spaces for leashed walks. O'Fallon's citizens certainly take pet care seriously -- you’ll find no fewer than thirteen vets here, and emergency services are available right in town. If you and your pooch are looking for somewhere to chow down, you’re in luck -- there’s plenty of doggy dining options. You’re also close by to some furrific dog-friendly hiking routes, and if your buddy longs to run off-leash, don’t worry -- you’ll find plenty of pawesome dog parks just a little further afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ofallon, MO

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,299/sq mi

    #1 Veteran's Pkwy


    While you’re in O’Fallon, you’d need to be barking mad not to check out Fort Zumwalt Park! Cultured canines might get a kick out of a leashed walk around Zumwalt’s Fort, a historic site built during the War of 1812. There’s also a gorgeously shaded walking path with views of the serene Lake Whetsel, and non-furry family members might enjoy the playground and disc golf course! Your pooch will need to be leashed, of course, and remember to bring bags and water! Afterward, you two can grab some beer and burgers at the Tap House Pub and Patio, where wagging tails are welcome outside.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,321/sq mi

    #2 Laura Hill

    No bones about it -- a treat from Treats Unleashed is sure to make your pooch sit up and beg! Their bakery stocks everything from healthy "grr-nola" bars to mouthwatering and indulgent "mutter butters", and they’ll even make cakes to order for special occasions like birthdays and "gotcha" days. Of course, owners need to eat too, but you’re in luck -- Laura Hill is full of pet-friendly eateries. For a quick bite, try Crazy Bowls and Wraps. Their Thai wraps are delicious, and they cater to canines outdoors. If you fancy some pub grub, check out Show Me Sports Bar and Grille, and be sure to try the breaded pork sandwich!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,473/sq mi

    #3 Stone Meadows


    Quail Ridge Park Dog Park in Wentzville is a real mutts-visit! There’s plenty of room here for even the most rambunctious fur-ball to burn off their excess energy, and there’s a separate area for small dogs, too, so your pooch can play and socialize no matter their size. Bags and water are provided, and as an added bonus, there’s a large shade structure in place, so you can let your pup leap about to their heart’s content without worrying about them overheating. It’s well worth taking a leashed wander through the people side of the park, too -- you’ll find about seven miles of wooded trails to sniff and explore.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,134/sq mi

    #4 Cottleville

    The Bark Park at Legacy Park in Cottleville might not be the largest in the area, but it’d still be a huge faux paw not to visit! There’s still plenty of room in both the small and large dog area for a spirited game of catch or tug-of-war. Bags and water are provided on-site, but be careful -- the park can get very muddy after it rains, so you might want to bring a towel for post-play cleanup. Legacy Park also has an entrance to the Dardenne Greenway, a flat, paved trail meandering along the creek of the same name. Leashed dogs are allowed, but look out for speeding cyclists!
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    Population Density 49/sq mi

    #5 Weldon Springs Conservation Area

    If you and your pooch are looking to get back to nature, Weldon Spring Conservation Area in St. Charles is a pawfect place to do it! The preserve features over 7,000 acres of unspoiled woodland, wetland, and meadow, with some interesting rock formations besides. You’ll find a trail here for every ability, from the most athletic animals to the most committed couch pup-tatoes! Fitter furry friends looking for a challenge might want to try the Lewis and Clark trail, a rugged path that rewards those who conquer its inclines with breathtaking views of the Missouri River. Be sure to look up a trail map before you go!
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