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A new pup and people playground is opening near Pennway Point

CITYDOGs KC is all set to open right around the corner from the KC Wheel.

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Park your pooches and party.

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About the parks

Editor Charmaine here. Recently, I asked you all what other attractions should be added to the Pennway Point + KC Wheel area. I suggested a dog park. Lo and behold, it turns out this is already in the works.

Say hello to CITYDOGs KC.

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Looks like there will be parking spots available, too.

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Its new location is scheduled to open by the end of this year at 2401 Summit St., KCMO — just a quarter mile from the KC Wheel, right behind La Bodega. This pooch paradise will be larger than its counterpart and double as a park for people. Let’s take a closer sniff.

The dog parks

CITYDOGs KC will feature both an indoor and an outdoor dog park, making it all-weather fortified. Its outdoor park will be divided into six areas for different sized dogs.

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On a rainy or hot day, dogs can chill at the indoor park instead.

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The furry facility will include:

  • Dog park attendants
  • Doggy daycare
  • Boarding
  • Grooming
  • Training
  • Dog pick-up and drop-off
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The dogs will even have a seesaw. How cute.

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The people park

At opening, humans can relax in the pavilion after a ruff day and cut their K9s on local draft beers provided by Touring Taps. Food trucks will rotate regularly. Like-minded dog lovers can gather for events such as breed meet-ups and Chiefs watch parties.

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Here’s a birds’ eye view of the indoor and outdoor park area. Take a look at the top left corner to find the people park.

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But what made founder Erin Dean choose this location, you ask?

“Whenever you’re in a city there’s no green space,” Dean said. “I think there’s just a huge need for it, especially with Kansas City growing rapidly.”

Prices will start at $5 for day passes, $25 for monthly subscriptions. But watch its Instagram for founder’s specials which will drop soon.

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