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Dog Areas in Pacific, MO

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3 Groomers

Pacific is a small community that is less than ten miles from the popular amusement park, Six Flags. The permanent residence count is less than 10,000 people. Only two veterinary clinics are in the city limits, but many more are available in nearby Eureka. 

Need a place to stay in Pacific? Comfort Inn, located at 1320 Thornton Road, welcomes guests with up to two dogs less than 50 pounds. An additional fee of $10 per dog per night is charged. 

Pacific also has many green spaces for people and pups to explore. Pacific Palisades is a Missouri conservation area of 695 acres. People hunt in the Palisades at various times of the year. Access to the Meramec makes this a much-visited spot for fishing. Dogs must be on a leash unless they are being trained or being used for hunting.

About six miles north of Pacific is the Rockwoods Reservation Area. This large tract of acreage can be found off of Highway 44. Rockwoods has four hiking trails for the serious hiker, most of which lead through heavily forested land. The longest trail winds through the property and is 14.5 miles long. Most of these trails are multi-use trails, so make sure your pup is accustomed to sharing the path with horses and other dogs. Green Rock Trail is a shorter hike at just 2.9 miles, but it's reserved for hikers. Don't forget to bring a camera or your smartphone; you just might see some wildlife along the way!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pacific, MO

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    Population Density 530/sq mi

    #1 Pond

    Wildwood is located ten miles north of Pacific. Happy Hounds Playground on Pond Road makes any kind of dog happy to play leash-free! This huge piece of ground is completely fenced and offers any amenity a pup or person could want. People and pups can roam along nature paths or find amusement on the brightly-colored playground equipment. Summer means fun in the splash pad. Dogs may also swim in the pond. Many dogs take up dock diving and practice their skills here! The human companion has plenty of places to sit and has many doogie bags supplied for convenient pickups. This dog park is by membership only.
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    Population Density 3,495/sq mi

    #2 Ballwin

    Ballwin is located seventeen miles north of Pacific. Tails & Trails has five acres fenced for a dog's leash-free frolicking and fun. The park has a separate fenced area for the small dogs, too. This dog park features four permanent pieces of agility equipment, which are great for training and exercise.  A creek and a lake can help a dog cool off on one of those hot days. Benches are positioned under shade trees in the dog park. A human companion can take advantage of the Wi-Fi while enjoying the shade in the pavilion. Drinking water is also available to dogs and people.  Registration with St. Louis County is required to use Tails & Trails.
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    Population Density 1,501/sq mi

    #3 South Point

    The South Point neighborhood of Washington is eighteen miles west of Pacific. South Point Bark Park off Simmons Road opened in 2017. The local pups pawsitively love running and playing leash-free in this fenced, 1.5-acre park!

    The smaller dogs have their own separately fenced space to play, too. Because it recently opened, this dog park has few amenities. Water is not available, but waste bags can be found here. The city of Washington requires pet parents to pick up after their furry friends. The dog park is free and open to the public. Hours are from dawn to dusk.

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    Population Density 1,552/sq mi

    #4 Washington City Limits

    Washington City Limits is eighteen miles west of Pacific.  Burger Park, located at 900 International Avenue, is the place to go for tail-waggin' good time! The park includes a fully-fenced, grassy run area for dogs to enjoy off-leash. All dogs of any size are welcome to get out and get some fresh air and exercise here. A double-entry gate makes it extra safe to unleash your excited furry friend. Drinking water is available at the dog run. A waste station has some doggie waste bags to use for cleaning up after your pup. The park is free and open to the public, but check with the city of Washington before visiting. It is available for use on a seasonal basis.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #5 Sunset Hills

    Sunset Hills is located twenty-one miles north of Pacific. Kitun Dog Park has two acres of grass fully fenced for dogs to play with their own kind and just be dogs. A separate space provides the same freedom for the small dogs, too. This pooch playground includes several pieces of agility equipment, which can be used for training or just for fun.  Water fountains make sure no one has to leave the dog park thirsty. Many shaded seats are located around for the human companion to sit and relax. Waste stations with doggie bags make clean-ups a breeze. This dog park is accessible by membership only. Registration is with the city of Sunset Hills.
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