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Longview Lake Dog Park
Address: Raytown Road, south of I-470, Kansas City, Mo.
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State: MO
Phone: (913) 764-7759
Hours: Sunrise – Sunset
Description: Off-leash, unfenced, trash, parking, and water. Dogs can stretch their legs and work up a great pant at this Kansas City dog park. The grounds are grassy and perfect for chasing beloved balls or Frisbees. Owners beware – the park is unfenced and near traffic, so make sure your pal is under voice control at all times.

Longview Lake Park
Address: Raytown Road, Kansas City, MO.
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State: MO
Description: Park along the roadside – the dog park area is located on the west side of Raytown Road, just south of Longview Road. Unfenced and near heavy traffic, trails in area. Check with the Jackson County park ranger before using this area.

James A. Reed memorial Wildlife Area
Address: son Road, Lee’s Summit, MO.
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State: MO
Description: 2,456 acres of hunting, sporting and dog training area. Missouri residents only may obtain the required hunting license and dog-training license at the Park Office. There are 12 lakes, site is used for dog training as well as tracking and field.

Wayside Waifs Bark Park
Address: 3901 Martha Truman Rd Kansas City, Missouri
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State: MO
Phone: 816-761-8151
Description: This off leash park provides water and cleanup stations in a fenced area. This a private park that charges a fee for residents and non-residents

Lister Dog Park
Address: Taylor Rd and Olive St St Louis, Missouri
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State: MO
Description: This off leash dog park is located in Central West End for residents only. There are no day passes and there is an annual fee. The dog park offers a fenced in area, water and cleanup stations, and it is lighted in the evenings.

Shaw Neighborhood Dog Park
Address: Thurman and Cleveland Ave St Louis, Missouri
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State: MO
Description: This fenced in area is an off-leash park for dogs. Open 6am-10pm with lighting available in the evenings. The dog park offers water and cleanup stations. There are no day passes but there are annual passes for a fee to both residents and nonresidents.

Taylor Dog Park
Address: Taylor Rd St Louis, Missouri
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State: MO
Description: This off leash dog park is located in the Central West End for residents only. There is an annual fee to use the park. No day passes are available. The park is fenced and lit in the evenings.

Quail Ridge Park
Address: Quail Ridge Rd Wentzville, Missouri
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State: MO
Description: The hours are from dawn until dusk. Dogs to have to be leashed outside of the fenced in area. This park features a six feet high fence, bathrooms, water fountains (for dogs and people), and cleanup stations. It is located in the suburbs of St Louis.

Twin Lakes
Address: 2500 Chapel Hill Road
City: Columbia
State: MO
Description: Fenced, leash-free area between swimming lake and large fishing lake. Park in shelter parking lot. http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/Documents/twinlakes8x11.pdf

Grindstone Nature Area
Address: 2011 Old 63 South
City: Columbia
State: MO
Description: The entire area is approved except for established walking trails. http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/Documents/grindst_8x11.pdf

C.C.R.A. Bear Creek Nature Area
Address: 1615 Business Loop 70 West
City: Columbia
State: MO
Description: Nature area, except for established walking trails. Access from skate park parking lot in the north in of the park. http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/Documents/bearcreektrail.pdf

Garth Nature Area
Address: 2799 N. Garth
City: Columbia
State: MO
Description: Fenced, leash-free area southwest of the parking lot. http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/Parks/Garth_Nature_Area/documents/garth_nature_area_map.pdf

Hinkson Woods Conservation Area
Address: 2701 Forum Blvd. or 2500 Chapel Hill Road
City: Columbia
State: MO
Description: o access this area, park either at the MKT Forum Blvd trail access or at the Twin Lakes Recreational Area. Follow the MKT Trail west of Twin Lakes to Hinkson Woods sign. The MKT Trail can be accessed from Twin Lakes by following the trail around fishing lake. Individuals should keep their dogs on leashes until entering Hinkson Woods Area. http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/Documents/mkt8x11.pdf