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Dog Areas in Troy, MO

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Nearly 12,000 people live in the city of Troy in Lincoln County, Missouri. Troy prides itself on having the perfect balance of rural charm and suburban convenience, and it isn't hard to see why residents and visitors alike fall in love with the city. In addition to many unique shops and restaurants to explore in Troy's downtown district, there's also a wonderful parks and recreation system in town. There are walking trails, open fields, picnic pavilions, a skate park, and many other outdoor stops you won't want to miss. While there isn't an off-leash dog park in Troy yet, there are paw-lenty of other dog-friendly activities in town. 

There's a dog-friendly restaurant in northeastern Troy known as Taormina's, and you'll find it on East Cherry Street. Taormina's is a casual Italian eatery that serves up a variety of delicious dishes, and they have six outdoor tables where your dog can join you for your meal. You can dine on pizza, pasta, seafood, chicken, and other dishes like their Sicilian deli sandwich or their white clam linguine. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and Rex have all sorts of options for other dog-friendly activities in and around Troy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Troy, MO

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 370/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Troy


    You and your dog can head to eastern Troy and visit the Cuivre River State Park for a fun way to spend an afternoon together. This is one of the largest parks in the state, and while you're there, you'll enjoy all of the rustic elements in this nature-lovers' paradise. Cuivre River State Park is a dog-friendly park, but your dog must remain on a leash. You and your pooch can choose from a variety of trails to trek, and there are also campsites in addition to swimming, boating, and fishing facilities. You may spot horseback riders during your visit, and the park is also home to several unique wildlife species.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 49/sq mi

    #2 Defiance

    Defiance is a community in Saint Charles, Missouri, and the northern area of town is less than 30 miles from Troy. That's where you'll find the Broemmelsiek Park, a 494-acre park with more than seven miles of trails, an astronomy viewing area, picnic shelters, and an off-leash dog park. The Breommelsiek Dog Park is a 4.7-acre space that's beloved for being so clean and well-maintained. The regulars are known to be friendly and welcoming, so you and your dog are sure to make new friends in no time. Within the dog park, you'll find a selection of agility equipment, a swimming pond, waste disposal supplies, and running water during the summer.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,473/sq mi

    #3 Carlton Glen Estates

    Nearly 38,000 people live in Wentzville, Missouri, which is a suburb of St. Louis. The southeastern corner of Wentzville is less than 20 miles from Troy, and that's where you'll find Quail Ridge Park. This 250-acre park has a disc golf course, more than seven miles of trails, picnic shelters, a three-acre lake, and an off-leash dog park. The Quail Ridge Dog Park is a 2.5-acre dog park with different enclosures for big and small dogs. There are seating areas, fresh drinking water in the summer, and waste disposal supplies in the dog park. Your dog can join you in many other areas of Quail Ridge Park, including on the trails, if they're kept on their leash.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 789/sq mi

    #4 Cottleville Center

    Cottleville is a small city in Saint Charles County, Missouri, and the town's center is less than 30 miles from Troy. That's where you and your pooch can find Legacy Park, a popular community gathering spot with playgrounds, sports courts, gardens, paved walking trails, and an off-leash dog park. The Bark Park at Legacy Park takes up an acre of land, and it's divided into different enclosures for large and little dogs. Visitors recommend bringing a towel if you plan to visit after it rains because this park can get very muddy. You'll also need to bring your own water, but there are usually bowls and waste disposal supplies in the dog park.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 599/sq mi

    #5 Pond

    There's an incredible dog park known as the Happy Hounds Playground in central Wildwood, Missouri, and it's about a 40-minute drive from Troy. Many things make this dog park so unique, but visitors especially love that there are splash pads for big and small dogs, as well as a swimming pond and dog beach. There are also different areas for big and small dogs and paw washing stations. You'll also find areas with agility equipment, and a nature trail you can trek with your dog. This membership-only dog park sits on ten acres of land, and there are drinking water and waste disposal stations in the park, too.
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