Dog Park

 

 

 

Tails & Trails at Queeny Park

(click here for directions to 1675 South Mason Road side of the park)

St. Louis County Park's first Dog Park is now open in Queeny Park! This off-leash, 5-acre park features separate areas for large and small dogs. Other amenities include one water features, four permanent agility and skill stations, biodegradable waste bags, disposal containers,  and watering stations.

 

 

Tails and Trails also features secure, double-gated entry, a pavilion with electric and on-site paved parking. This newest experience for our four-legged friends is nestled in a secluded valley on the Mason Rd. side of beautiful Queeny Park near the Jarville House

 

 

 

 

We are currently accepting new memberships!

Membership Information

 

 

Annual Memberships....................$50.00

Day Pass..........................................$5.00

Additional Tag(s)*..........................$15.00

Lost Device Replacement............$25.00

Lost Dog Tag Replacement...........$5.00
*Maximum of three dogs per membership

 

 

Vaccination Requirements

 

Dogs must be up-to-date on shots including Rabies, Distemper and Bordetella. Records are required for membership.

Hours of Operation
7:00 a.m. - Sunset  

 

Closed on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. for maintenance. Tails and Trails may close due to inclement weather when necessary.

Dog Park Information Line
Call (314) 615-RAIN for information on park closures

 

Contact Information
Greensfelder Recreation Complex
550 Weidman Road, St. Louis, MO 63011 
(314) 615-8472 
Send shot records and questions to tailsandtrails@stlouisco.com  

To submit comments or complaints click here.


Pet Memorials

 

Pet memorial bricks are available for purchase for $125.00 each.

 

Questions? Check out our FAQ page

View Park Events

Park Postings:

(As of 11/5/19 10:30 a.m.)


The entrance to Lone Elk Park is under construction. There will be intermittent access.


The 5 mile trail at Cliff Cave Park is closed due to flood damage.


The center of the Lower Meramec Trail is closed due to flooding.


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