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Dog Areas in Richmond Heights

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3 Trails
1 Groomer

Dogs who live in or visit Richmond Heights are lucky pups -- they get the benefit of Richmond Heights' shared park system! Richmond Heights has teamed up with its neighbors, Brentwood and Maplewood, to share all its parks and amenities. Brentwood has six city parks, and Maplewood throws its eight into the shared consortium. 

Richmond Heights shares its own two parks with its neighbors. A.B. Green Park has a small green space for a person and pup to check out. A covered pavilion and barbecue grill could make for a nice family outing for all the two-legged and four-legged members of the family. Highland Park is another Richmond Heights park. This small park offers green space, a picnic table, barbecue grill, and playground

The trails in Richmond Heights are paved and marked, and they won’t take you and your pup far from home or civilization. These trails are the pawfect place to share a nice stroll in the great outdoors with your pup! Three trails, which range from one to five miles long, provide you and your pup with plenty of hiking options! Convenience stores and fast food restaurants pepper the way on Big Bend, so you are never that far from a place to fill a water bottle or take a break.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Richmond Heights

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    Population Density 5,964/sq mi

    #1 Manchester Rd/ Circle Dr

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    The city of Richmond Heights shares a dog park with its neighbor, Maplewood. Kellogg Dog Park is located off of Circle Drive. This dog park has a hillside terrain of dirt, wood, and grass. Dogs enjoy the climb up and the running down. Never fear, though; there are benches nearby for any human companion that needs to be more stationary.  This dog park provides dogs and people water, and supplied waste baggies make pickups a cinch. Small dogs have a separate enclosure to play in. Water with hoses on-site make it easy to wet the whistle or rinse off a dirty furry friend before the ride home. Membership is required to use this park. Residents of Richmond Heights pay a reduced fee.
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    Population Density 6,363/sq mi

    #2 University City

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    University City is just four miles north of Richmond Heights. The University City Dog Park gathers pups from around the neighborhood to play. This is a members-only dog park, but a few new tails can always join the pack. This dog park is fully fenced and has a separate space for the smaller dogs. The natural ground feels soft on the paws. Human companions have seating that usually finds a place under a large shade tree. A few bales of hay invite some curious noses, and make for good things to climb on, too!  A few interesting agility equipment pieces, including a tunnel, add to the fun. There is water on-site. Summer sees pooches have spashin' good time in the kiddie pools. Membership may be purchased from the city's parks department.
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    Population Density 4,500/sq mi

    #3 St Louis Hills

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    The sprawling neighborhood of St. Louis Hills is just six miles south of Richmond Heights, and is home to the Southwest City Dog Park in Willmore Park. It is operated by the Homeowner's Association, which requires visitors to obtain a membership before visiting. The dog park has over an acre of parkland fully fenced for a pup's play and socialization. There is an area for the small dogs, too. Dogs will find many shared toys at the dog park. Kiddie pools arrive in the summer months and are filled to the brim with cool water. Benches give people a bit of shade and a place to watch their pup  Waste stations make for easy pickups. In other words, Southwest City Dog Park has everything you need for the pawfect day out!
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    Population Density 2,961/sq mi

    #4 Kirkwood

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    Eight miles south of Richmond Heights, in Kirkwood, you'll find the pawfect place for doggie adventure! Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Park is a nine-acre dog park that tempts the inner beast out of any dog.  Your pal can run and play off-leash with some new canine buddies in a beautiful, natural setting of trees and rolling hills. Treecourt doesn't leave out the smaller dogs, though -- a separate area is set aside just for them!  Dogs can check out the small creek that cuts across the property or just poke a nose under some fallen leaves. In the summer months, the park provides kiddie pools for pups to make a splash and cool down! Only well-behaved dogs can join this pack. Membership requires that each dog pass a temperament test.
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    Population Density 935/sq mi

    #5 Sunset Hills

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    Sunset Hills is ten miles south of Richmond Heights. Kitun Dog Park is the place to visit if you are a person with a pup that needs some room to breathe and run. This dog park is located off of Eddie and Park Road. This grassy, one-acre plot of fenced territory lets dogs ramble, roam, and sniff out a new fur-iend or two. Agility equipment adds to the fun. The dog park offers small dogs a separate place of their own to play.  The human companions are taken care of with shaded places to sit and drinking water, which is available for dogs, too! Waste stations are available for the you-know-what. You'll need to register at the Sunset Hills Parks Department before visiting.
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