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Dog Areas in Olympian Village

The small community of Olympian Village is almost entirely residential. Residents must go to neighboring cities like DeSoto and Hillsboro for most of their needs, including veterinary care.

One perk of living in Olympian Village is its proximity to some beautiful state parks. St. Francois State Park is located just sixteen miles south. St. Francois offers visitors spectacular encounters with nature! All Missouri State Parks are dog-friendly and allow dogs on trails and in campsites as long as they are on a leash no longer than ten feet. 

St. Francois has three hiking trails for a person and their pup. Mooner's Hollow Trail is said to be the most scenic of the three trails in the park. It is rated as being moderately difficult. The hike is 2.75 miles long and includes scaling some steep hills and crossing some small creeks. This trail does flood after a hard rain. Visitors should check with the park for any closure notices. The second moderately difficult trail is Swimming Deer Trail.  This trail is 3.15 miles long and takes hikers along the Big River. The last trail is a rugged trail. Pike's Trail is 10.25 miles long and includes an area for backpack camping. Dogs may accompany campers on this adventure. 

Washington State Park is only fifteen miles west. This state park offers camping, fishing, and three rugged trails to explore with a leashed dog. The longest trail,  Rockywood Trail, is six miles long through majestic hardwood trees. A backpack camp sets aside a space for an adventurous overnight camper. After a long walk in the woods, the state park offers numerous picnic sites in which to rest up for the ride back to Olympian Village. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Olympian Village

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    Population Density 1,797/sq mi

    #1 Arnold

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    Arnold is located twenty-five miles north of Olympian Village. Arnold attracts dogs from all over to its fun Paw Parks! The city is home to two Paw Parks that are free and open to the public. They have identical amenities. One can be found in the Arnold City Park and the other at Ferd B. Lang Park. The dog park features a large, grassy space fully fenced for off-leash freedom. The small dogs are left out either -- they have their separate area just for them. There is drinking water for both people and their pups. Waste stations conveniently provide those necessary waste bags. Pup parents can rest at the shaded seating.
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    Population Density 850/sq mi

    #2 Herculaneum

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    Herculaneum is thirteen miles north of Olympian Village.  You and Fido would be barking mad to miss the All Bark Village! This dog park offers dogs a tail-waggin' good time! A fully fenced grassy area lets dogs run and play with some furry pals off-leash. Small dogs have their own separate area for safer play. Large water fountains are conveniently designed so that human and canines can drink simultaneously. These fountains also have a wide top to fill water dishes and bowls. The park features a concrete pad with a hose for rinsing off a dirty furry friend. Kiddie pools are also provided in the summer months. This dog park is free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 1,700/sq mi

    #3 South Farmington

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    The neighborhood of South Farmington is located thirty south of Olympian Village. The city of Farmington provides for the needs of pups in the area! The dog park is located in J.C. Park. Farmington Dog Park offers dogs the choice of two fully fenced grassy spots to play leash-free. Large dogs have their own separate area to play. The large enclosure features pieces of agility equipment, including ramps and poles that dogs love playing on! Water fountains for people and the canine crew make it convenient for everyone. Waste stations make pick-ups a snap. People have benches where they can sit and watch their furry family members have fun with some new pals. The dog park is free and open to the public.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #4 Sunset Hills

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    Sunset Hills is located thirty-six miles north of Olympian Village. A drive into the big city suburbs makes a hound howl with excitement! Kitun offers dogs a leash-free experience in two acres of fully-fenced ground. There is a separate enclosure for the smaller dogs, too. Agility equipment is part of the amenities. This dog park provides drinking water for people and their pups. Don't forget to pick up after your pooch -- it shouldn't be a problem here, because waste stations have you covered. People will find places to sit out of the sun. Use of this dog park is limited to its members. Registration is with the City of Sunset Hills.
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    Population Density 4,657/sq mi

    #5 St. Louis Hills

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    St. Louis Hills is located thirty-eight miles north of Olympian Village. Southwest City Dog Park is the place for you and Spot to check out when visiting the big city.  The dog park can be found tucked within Wilmore City Park.  This dog park has over an acre of fully fenced ground of natural terrain. It is shaded by beautiful big old trees. The dog park has a smaller, separately fenced section for small dogs, too. Water is available on-site most of the year. Kiddie pools quickly get filled out when that weather turns warm! There are plenty of benches for the human companions. This dog park requires a membership with the Homeowner's Association before visiting it.
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