WestInn Kennels 1522 Swantnerville Dr, Wentzville, MO63385 Record numbers of American families have one or more pets. Often the pet of choice is a puppy. As those puppies grow…More into dogs, it becomes obvious that a little training could be helpful. WestInn Kennels offers training classes for dogs and their owners. If your dog gets lonely and bored, take it to WestInn's doggie day care. WestInn can also groom, board and deck your dog out with the finest accessories.
Broemmelsiek Park 1615 Schwede Rd, Wentzville, MO63385 Broemmelsiek Park provides a recreational space for individuals throughout the St. Charles County area. This park offers…More more than seven miles of multi-use trails as well as an off-leash dog area with small water features in which dogs may swim. The trail is open for equestrian use, bicycling and hiking. There are multiple fishing lakes in the park that are stocked with bass, catfish and bluegill. The astronomy station in the park offers a viewing site with ten concrete viewing stations equipped with telescopes.
Goody's Creamery-Eatery 606 W Pearce Blvd, Wentzville, MO63385 The character on the Goody's menu is holding an ice cream cone in one hand and a hamburger in the other, indicative of…More the type of menu this restaurant provides. Here, one can get a burger or hot dog followed by soft serve or hard ice cream. Goody's adds to the experience with nifty names such as Junkyard Dog, Bowling Alley Burger, Tortoise, Toto and Black Cow and has a walk-up window and small counter inside. It is mostly an outdoor place which closes in November and re-opens on March 1.
This large park offers a wide variety of activities for area residents. Six picnic areas and one large group area are…More scattered throughout the park and can be reserved. The Quail Ridge Lodge seats 180 people and can be rented for wedding receptions, banquets and similar events. Half- and full-day rentals are available.
There is also a 1.5-acre dog park, where dogs are free to roam off leash. An 18-hole disc golf course weaves in and out of the woods, and the park is home to the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association Hall of Fame Museum.