Dog Parks in St. Louis

Are you a STL PetParent looking for a great dog park to bring your playful pal to?  Check out PetParent’s list of the best dog parks in St. Louis!

1. Treecourt Dog Adventure Park

You’ll love all that this wonderful hidden gem of dog park has to offer.  Dogs at this park must all be pre-approved and registered online or at the membership center.  This naturally landscaped park allows your dog ample space to romp and play, and no chemicals are used on the grass or plants ensuring your dog a safe and enjoyable time!  Check out the Treecourt Dog Adventure Park and get your dog signed up!

2. Creve Coeur Dog Park 

Located near Ballas and Conway, this 2.5 acre dog park is a great place to bring your dog for some serious play time. This park is divided into a large and small dog area, so no need to worry about your petite pooch.  During the summer they offer two wading pools and water bowls for overheated and thirsty pooches too.  Check out the Creve Coeur Dog Park and register your dog for a totally pawsome time!

3. Frenchtown Dog Park

The Frenchtown Dog Park is sure to get those tails wagging.  An annual fee of $40 is required, but with that you get all year access to this now 1.5 acre dog park.  The Frenchtown comes equipped with fencing, water, and waste stations as well as puppy pools in the summertime.  Visit this park in Soulard and see what all the barks about!

4. Southwest City Dog Park

The Southwest City Dog Park located inside Willmore Park provides your dog with a fenced in urban green space where they can romp and run all day long!  There is an annual membership fee of $35 per pet.  The park is enclosed by a 60 inch high vinyl coated fence for dogs who like to jump, a double gate, and a security code keypad.  There are also separate areas for large and small dogs. Check out the Southwest City Dog Park soon!

5. Dutch Town Dog Park

The Dutch Town Dog Park is one of the only free dog parks in St. Louis!  Located near the Dutchtown community garden, this dog park offers your dog lots of room to run and play.  They even offer a kiddie pool in the summer for your hot dog’s enjoyment.  Check out the Dutchtown Dog Park the next time you take your dog out on the town!

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