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Dog Areas in Saint Charles, MO

22 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
6 Eateries
6 Groomers

The old river town of Saint Charles is just north of the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. Its historic district in particular receives many visitors each year. Dogs are frequently seen touring the city with their people. The Lambert International Airport is just a short drive across the Missouri River from Saint Charles, making this a pawpular destination for travellers.

The riverfront has a couple of parks, in which local events are often held. Frontier Park is adjacent to the downtown historic district at 500 S. Riverside. This park has a historic depot and walking trails along the Missouri River. Dogs must be on leash while on the trails, though. Visitors to Frontier Park like to take photos in front of the 15-foot high stautue of Lewis and Clark and their dog, Seaman. If you're just looking for a quiet walk, the Katy Trailway also runs through Frontier Park.  This paved, long stretch of trail is popular with dog walkers, hikers, and bicyclists. The Katy trail currently extends some 237 miles, and in St. Charles it follows the exploration route of Lewis and Clark. The trail runs through the northern riverfront park, the DuSable Park, which is also home to the city's only dog park.

There is no shortage of services for dogs in Saint Charles, either. There are six veterinarian offices or animal hospitals in the city limits alone. All provide emergency and routine care in addition to other services. Saint Charles is a great city for both visitors and residents with dogs. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Saint Charles, MO

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    Population Density 2,962/sq mi

    #1 St. Charles Historic District

    The Historic Saint Charles District has many places for a person and a pup to visit. Want to grab a bite to eat with your hound? Old Millstream Inn at 912 S Main Street offers scrumptious seafood and dinner entrees. Dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio. RT Weilers at 201 N Main is another Fido-friendly, historic district restaurant,  serving up Southern favorites like barbecue and fried chicken. Dogs are seated at the outdoor tables. The Bike Stop Cafe caters to the bike traffic on the nearby Katy Trail, but is a good place for a person and pup to grab a sandwich at one of the outdoor tables. Dogs are also welcome to shop alongside you in Provenance Soapworks on 311 S Main. This shop sells specialty soaps to delight your senses!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,700/sq mi

    #2 St.Charles City Limits

    The city of Saint Charles is a sprawling area with no identified neighborhoods apart from the historic district. These areas are identified as the unincorporated St. Charles County. The DuSable Dog Park is located at 2598 N Main Street, and encompasses 2.5 grassy acres which are fenced for extra security. The park is divided into three sections: two are separated for large and small breeds, and a third is used in rotation for maintenance. There is water on-site in addition to a few benches. This park is open from sunrise until 10 p.m. so you can visit whenever you like! The main park has numerous places for on-leash walking, as well as pavilions and picnic sites.
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    Population Density 2,350/sq mi

    #3 Mexico Road/ Outer Road

    This neighborhood is also known simply as St. Peters, and is a part of Saint Charles County. These areas have seen expansive growth in recent years. The number of activities for dogs has grown with the expansion of the population. A notable amenity here is St. Peter's Rotary Dog Park, located at 370 Lakeside Road. This dog park is a fully fenced, grassy space for dogs to run and play leash-free. There is a separate area for small dogs. People have a covered pavilion where they can sit and watch their pups at play. There is water on-site, including water hydrants that mist in the summer months. Pieces of agility equipment add to the variety of the exercise, and can be used for training. You'll need to register your dog and pay a fee to use this park.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,456/sq mi

    #4 State Highway/ Ebert Lane

    The State Highway neighborhood (Dardenne/Wentzville area) is approximately 20 miles northwest of St. Charles. Broemmelsiek Park Off Leash Area is located at 795 Highway DD. Your pal is free to run and play as much as he likes at this fully fenced, off-leash dog park, which spans 2.5 acres of ground. There is a separate area for the small dogs, as well as a pond where dogs can take a dip and splash around. Drinking water and a dog washing station are provided for pet parent convenience. A large pavilion provides shade and a place for the human companions to sit and socialize. Additional benches are scattered around the dog park. This is a popular spot for both residents and visitors!
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    Population Density 690/sq mi

    #5 Cottleville

    The neighborhood of Cottleville has a growing number of activities for people and their pups. The Bark Park is a favorite spot for residents. This fully fenced dog park is located in Legacy Park on Highway N. Small puppers get their own special area. The large dog area is one acre of mostly grass. There is a pavilion which seats about eight people. There is not much other shade in this dog park, though, so keep that in mind. Waste stations are provided, but there is no water on-site. The walking trails and wide open spaces in the main park welcome you and your leashed pal to enjoy a little exercise together.
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