Perryville is a tranquil little town that has many activities for people with dogs. Three veterinary clinics can be found within the city limits. Perryville also has seven municipal parks and four hiking trails. The number of resources and the amount of space the city has dedicated to parks truly make it a small town that a person with a furry family member would find appealing.
The largest park is City Park, which has 160 acres of green space, mature trees, pavilions, and a community garden. A 1.33-mile loop trail has five fitness stations along the way, as well as drinking fountains and water bowls for your canine companion.
The Bank of Missouri Complex has 35 acres. Four pavilions offer people with a four-legged family member a great site for a party or family outing. The complex also has a 0.75-mile loop trail that includes three fitness stations and water for person and pup alike.
Northdale Park is a small park -- only 3.68 acres. This idyllic little place has a walking path that takes a hiker and their pup over a wooden bridge. The Bike Path Connection Route is a two-mile paved pathway connecting City Park and the Soccer Park. Perryville, in addition to its great city-owned parks, has a privately-owned campground with campsites, cabins, and a 100-acre stocked lake. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcome to camp with their families.