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Looking for a water park for your pup? Well, Jacob’s Island Dog Park isn’t technically a doggie water park, but it sure has the water features to be considered one! This off-leash park has a creek that’s perfect for splashing and swimming, and a water spigot for frolicking and drinking (just in case your dog gets thirsty!). Jacob’s Island Dog Park also has plenty of shade trees for extra comfort during those hot afternoons. Dog owners should be alert and careful, though, because there are gaps in the fencing around this park.

Greenough Park is a 42-acre park complete with hiking trails, picnic areas, and a breathtaking scenery of woods and wide-open spaces. Most of the land this park rests on was given to the city of Missoula in 1902 by Thomas and Tennessee Greenough – hence its name. Dogs are welcome inside the park, but they must be on a leash at all times.

Hey, Boo Boo! Are you ready for a complete day packed full of fun at Jellystone Park? You know you are! Enjoy playing basketball, horseshoes, mini golf, and more! Kids will love the pool and the game room, and adults can unwind in the adult lounge. To top it off, Yogi Bear visits nightly! Bring Fido along to experience the fun, but make sure to keep her on her leash at all times.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Missoula

  1. Dog Parks 3
    Population Density 2,258/sq mi

    #1 Grizzly Acres


    Grizzly Acres is a smaller neighborhood in Missoula and its three parks make it a real treat for residents and their pups! Southside Lions Park is a great park to pack a lunch and have a picnic at one of the many tables, in between fetch sessions with your pooch. A spray park is also nearby and your pup can play in it so long as it is not too busy with children. Washington Park is great for dogs who love a wide open space to run around. Lastly, Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Park has art to admire, flowers to smell, benches to rest, and trails to explore. For those residents looking for an area where the water flows through, just a few moments north of the neighborhood is Clark Fork River, where your pooch can have a dip!

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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 3,018/sq mi

    #2 Lewis and Clark


    Lewis and Clark is a centrally located neighborhood, which means that its residents and their dogs are surrounded by parks and water to explore in neighboring communities! For those looking for parks within walking distance from their front door, residents of Lewis and Clark have hit the jackpot. Spartan Park is a large park in the city of Missoula, and those who live in Lewis and Clark get to take the most advantage of it! There is also a smaller park called Elms Park in this neighborhood to explore as well. The neighborhood is located near Bitterroot Branch, where residents and their pups can explore many of the rail-trails in this green space!

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    Population Density 7,498/sq mi
    If you have a dog, or two, or three, and you love parks and rivers and trails, consider University District to be one of the top neighborhoods for you to reside! This neighborhood quite literally has it all! From wide-open parks and river front trails, to swimming spots and dog parks, meaning there is something for everyone in this neighborhood! Check out Campbell Park, offering a large, wide open space to run, Bonner Park which has open space as well as shaded tree areas, a splash park, washrooms and benches, or K Williams Natural Trail Area. This natural area features trails to hike and a spot to take a candid photo of your pup at the top. Toole Park is a large green park with a running track to help stretch those legs! Clark Fork River is accessible as well for your pooch to have a swim! Right nearby, residents will also find Jacobs Island Bark Park, an off leash dog designated park.
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,605/sq mi

    #4 Southgate Triangle


    You and your pups will be glad to call Southgate Triangle home! On the north side of the neighborhood is McLeod Park, a small yet great park for pups to run around and get their daily exercise in. Towards the south end of the neighborhood is Boyd Park, another great spot to play catch, throw a Frisbee, or simply enjoy the outdoors. Southgate Triangle residents and their dogs benefit from being right next door to Spartan Park as well in their neighboring community of Lewis and Clark.

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    Population Density 3,753/sq mi

    #5 Miller Creek


    With a name like Miller Creek, it’s no wonder this neighborhood is a hit with the residents, especially those who have four-legged friends to consider! With how big this neighborhood is in size, it is only home to one park – Marilyn Park. Marilyn Park is a great spot within the neighborhood to walk too and spend time with your pooch! It is fenced most of the way around, so your dog can run free off leash. Washrooms are on site, as well as benches for when you need a break from chasing your pup! This neighborhood also borders the Bitterroof River, giving pups a place to swim, and is only moments away from Blue Mountain where there are plenty of trails to explore and much adventure to be found.

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