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Dog Areas in Robertsville, MO

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2 Trails

Robertsville is a tiny rural community. Folks with dogs don't have a long distance to travel for services and outdoor activity. One veterinary clinic in town takes care of the needs of most dogs, and many other veterinarians are located in nearby towns like Pacific, Washington, and southwest St. Louis County.  

Need some adventure? Robertsville State Park has 1,225 acres of land dedicated to conservation and recreation! The state park is a popular access spot to the Meramec River.  Many anglers prize the Meramec for its numerous species of fish.  The State Park also has both basic and electric campsites, as well as two moderately difficult trails. Spice Brush Trail is a .8-mile loop trail through some hardwood forest and natural brush. Wildflowers grace the trail with their seasonal colors. Lost Hill Trail is 2.6 miles long with access to the camping sites. Dogs are welcome at Missouri State parks, including campgrounds, as long as they remain on a leash no longer than 10 feet.

More wilderness adventure can be found four miles away at Catawissa Conservation Area. There are no dedicated trails in this 99-acre preserve. Visitors here come to check out wildlife, hunt, fish and launch boats into the Meramec. Dogs must be on a leash here unless they are being used for hunting.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Robertsville, MO

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    Population Density 1,475/sq mi

    #1 South Point

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    The South Point neighborhood of Washington is located seventeen miles north of Robertsville. The South Point Bark Park draws dogs from all over for some off-leash tail-waggin' exercise and romps. The 1.8-acre grassy area gives dogs plenty to be excited about! All dogs play together (nicely) here. A large shade tree provides some shade for the human companions, and the park's waste station is stocked with waste baggies. The dog park features few amenities as yet. A separate space for small dogs, water, and a pavilion are in the works, though, so watch this space! This dog park is open from sunrise until sunset.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,400/sq mi

    #2 Washington City Center

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    Washington is located seventeen miles north of Robertsville. Burger Park off Industrial Avenue has a special place for pups who need to get out of the winter blues. This park offers a fully-fenced dog run for most of the year, especially the winter months.  The dog run is a large field of grass that is completely fenced so dogs can get out and run to their hearts' content. Dogs of all sizes mingle and sniff in this dog run. The double-gated entry helps keep all dogs safely where they belong. Water and a waste station can be found on-site, but other amenities are few.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 960/sq mi

    #3 Union City Limits

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    Union is located twelve miles west of Robertsville. The city of Union makes a canine feel at home! K-9-Kiddos Park is an ingenious combination of dog park and children's playground, which makes for a truly family-friendly outing. The dog park is a fully-fenced, grassy area for leash-free running. The children's playground adjoins the dog park, and seating is provided in between the two areas. Parents with dogs and small children can watch both the two-and-four-legged family members have a good time. Small dogs have their own separate place to play. Water is not available on-site. The dog park is free and open to the public from dawn to dusk.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 530/sq mi

    #4 Wildwood City Limits

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    Wildwood is located eighteen miles north of Robertsville. Dogs of all sizes and temperaments will have a howlin' time at Happy Hounds Playground! This privately-owned dog park has everything a dog could want, including ten fully-fenced acres of virtually all natural ground to roam and sniff. A nature trail gives people and dogs another place to explore. The playground includes fun equipment for dogs to climb on, through and over. A splash pad cools everyone down in summer. A small swimming pond even lets dogs practice their dock diving or just take a cool dip. This dog park requires membership and a monthly fee to use.
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    Population Density 757/sq mi

    #5 Ellisville

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    Ellisville is located twenty-two miles north of Robertsville, and this city knows how to take care of canines! The city's dog park, aptly named Ellisville Dog Park, dedicates two fully-fenced, grassy fields for dogs to play leash-free. The large dog section has .28 acres of ground, and the small dog section has .11 acres. Dogs have easy access to drinking water from fountains designed for them. A foot pump lets a person step on the button and fill up the container for a thirsty pup. Waste stations are stuffed full of bags with signs reminding people to pick up. You'll need to pay an annual fee to receive the code to access this park.
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