Twin Oaks is the Yorkshire Terrier of towns. It is complete, beautiful, and small. Twin Oaks relies on its larger neighbors for most of its modern conveniences, like fancy shopping facilities and even veterinary clinics. No veterinary clinics are found in Twin Oaks, but there are plenty to be found within the larger cities within five miles of the boundary.
Twin Oaks is proud of and protects its 11-acre park, so take care of it while you and your little (or not so little) furry leashed friend enjoys it. This little Yorkie of a park has ponds which are home to geese, as well as a small creek. A walking trail leads around the ponds, and people and pups can enjoy a view of the creek from the bridge. A landscaped waterfall adds to the beauty of this hidden pearl of a park.
A short four miles away is a large, pawesome park you won't want to miss! Simpson Park is a St. Louis County park. Simpson Park dwarfs Twin Oaks Park, with over 200 acres of space and a 72-acre lake. Simpson Park gives people and their pups more than enough space to pad some paw on one of the two designated trails. The Blue Heron Trail is a .8-mile paved trail that will take a person and a leashed pup around the lake and the tree-lined grounds of the park. Shaded picnic benches make the pawfect spot to rest and relax -- with or without that fishing rod waiting for a pull.