Dog Parks

Dog Parks are unique fenced areas that offer an opportunity for your pet to interact with other dogs. There is no charge for using the facilities, but dogs must have an updated immunization record.

These areas are available at:

  • Broemmelsiek Park - 4301 Wilson Rd., Defiance, MO 63385
    The nearly 5-acre area features a covered shelter, grove of shade trees and a small pond for dogs to splash and play.

  • Quail Ridge Park - 560 Interstate Dr., Wentzville, MO 63385
     The 2.5-acre area features two separate areas for large and small dogs, covered shelter, and water available near the parking lot.

  • Veterans Tribute Park - 1031 Kisker Rd., St. Charles, MO 63304
    The 3-acre area is divided into two separate areas for large and small dogs. Water is available outside the main fence.

Dog Park Rules / Etiquette

  • Owners are legally responsible for their dogs and for any injuries or damage they may cause.
  • Keep your dog on-leash while entering and exiting the dog park. Dogs must remain on-leash while outside the dog park facility.
  • Limit three dogs per person within the off-leash dog area.
  • No children under the age of 8 are allowed inside the off-leash dog area.
  • Owners and guests may not bring food, treats, or glass inside the dog park.
  • Never leave your dog unattended.
  • Dogs must be immunized before entering the dog park.
  • Please clean up after your dog. Doggie bags are provided within the park.
  • Aggressive dogs are not permitted.
  • Female dogs in heat and puppies under four months of age are not allowed inside the park.
  • Additional rules are posted at the off-leash dog area.

Help Keep Our Parks Green and Clean

St. Charles County Parks stay beautiful and healthy for the environment because of dedicated staff and respectful guests. St. Charles County Parks provides free dog waste bags along the trails and at the dog parks. Pet waste left anywhere is a potential public health risk. Just like human sewage, untreated pet fecal matter is harmful to our waterways. Cleaning up after pets can reduce the impact of pet waste being washed into our storm drains, creeks and rivers and polluting the water. Pet waste transmits disease, especially Zoonotic Diseases which are passed from animal to human. Dog feces are one of the most common carriers of Hookworms, Roundworms, Tapeworms, Whipworms, Parvo and Salmonellosis.
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