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Dog Areas in Warrenton, MO

7 Parks
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Warrenton is a small but up-and-coming community.  It benefits from the urban sprawl of the St. Louis Metropolitan area.  One veterinary clinic operates within its boundaries.  Dozens of veterinary clinics providing emergency and specialty care are just a short drive away along Highway 70.  

The city takes care of the recreational needs of the residents.  Its seven public parks have many amenities for person and pup alike.  Brinkley Woods Park has more than 35 acres of green space for a person and a leashed canine companion to check out.  In addition to green space, Brinkley has a playground, pavilion, picnic sites complete with BBQ pits, a hiking trail, and a fishing lake.  

For those visiting or just passing through, Warrenton has many options for lodging with your furry family member.  The Super 8 is on the North Service Road.  If you are traveling with up to two pups, Super 8 has a room for you, and it doesn't place size limitations on your four-legged traveling friends.  There is a small additional charge of $15 per dog per night.  The Holiday Inn Express also welcomes you and up to two of your fur-babies of any size for an additional charge of $25 per dog per night. 

Warrenton has plans in the works for a new park, which will include the addition of a dog park.  It is a place that is growing in a dog-friendly direction!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warrenton, MO

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,695/sq mi

    #1 State Highway/ Ebert Lane

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    The State Highway/Ebert Lane neighborhood in Wentzville is about a fifteen-mile drive away from Warrenton.  A pup will like the short, mostly highway journey! Tails will wag when stopping in at Broemmelsiek Dog Park. This pup play place features two-and-a-half acres of natural terrain for dogs to run leash-free with some canine pals. A small pond is also in the dog park, and dogs appreciate a swim on those hot July days.  A dock adds to the size of the splash!  The dog park includes drinking water for most of the year. Pieces of agility equipment give dogs the opportunity to train or just try some new exercise.  The human companions will find many shaded places to sit.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,550/sq mi

    #2 Pecan Bluffs

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    It is about sixteen miles east of Warrenton to the destination sure to delight your dog in Wentzville!  Quail Ridge Dog Park off Callahan Road is the place to let your pup shake off that leash and make a few new furry pals! This dog park has two-and-a-half acres of grass for your four-legged friend to burn off that energy.  The property is completely enclosed, and an area is separately fenced for small dogs.  The dog park has water for all most of the year.  A pavilion provides a shaded spot for the human folk.  Waste stations supply doggie waste baggies.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,549/sq mi

    #3 City Center

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    Washington City Center is twenty-four miles south of Warrenton.  A trip to this riverside town is a fantastic day adventure for you and your restless pup. Burger Dog Park is open November through August for some leash-free exercise. The grass field is completely fenced for your pup to sniff out a new furry bud or two.  The amenities may be sparse here, but the excitement of the pups is contagious!  All dogs of every size play in the same area so good socialization is a must.  The larger park area has water for most of the year.  Shade and seating are in short supply in the dog park area.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,326/sq mi

    #4 South Point

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    The South Point neighborhood in Washington is twenty-five miles south of Warrenton.  South Point Bark Park is Washington's newest pup playground.  This fully fenced natural area of grass and dirt has two separately enclosed sections for off-leash fun. One space is dedicated to safer small dog play. A few large mature trees lend their shade to the dog park on those hot days.  This dog park can get muddy at times.  Drinking water is not yet in the dog park.  Remember that water bottle!  Waste stations are stocked with waste baggies. A few benches give the human companions a place to sit while supervising their fur-babies.
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    Population Density 2,472/sq mi

    #5 City Center

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    Saint Peters is thirty miles east of Warrenton. Anticipation will surely build as you and your pup near the St. Peters Rotary Dog Park. This pup paradise has two acres dedicated to dogs' fun!  The dog park has a double-gated coded entry.  Visitors must register with the city and pay a small annual fee.  This dog park has all the bells and whistles of a premier play place!  The entire grassy property is fenced for safe off-leash exercise.  A smaller area is sectioned off for safe dog play, too.  Drinking fountains operate year-round. A pavilion makes if comfortable for the human companions to sit and supervise their canine pals.
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