Willmore Park

SWCDP is nestled towards the back of Willmore Park; Park Entrance on Hampton between Jamieson and Gravois. Drive through the park on the primary road; our dog park is located in the cul de sac but  before the children’s playground.  We are on the north end of the park, next to a ball field and directly across from Lake #1.

7351 Hampton, St. Louis, Mo. 63109



SWCDP is open to current members during regular Willmore Park hours:

6:00 am – 10:00 pm

7 days per week including holidays

(within the SWCDP season)


SWCDP offers a 10 month season, usually June 1 through March 31, depending on weather and renovation project schedule. The dog park is closed in April and May for turf renovation and other repairs or upgrades, as needed. Memberships are on a per season basis, regardless of when membership is approved. We do not pro-rate membership fees.

Season and Application Updates

Membership applications for the 2018-2019 Season will be available through our new on-line application system – available May 1, 2018. Applicants without computer access may request a paper application mailed to them.

Tentative opening date for new season

Friday, June 1, 2018 at 6:00am

All membership questions should be directed to SWCDP Membership Manager / SWCDP Secretary: Send email to secretary.swdogpark@gmail.com


City Residents: $47.00 first dog, $10.00 each additional dog

Non-City Residents: $62.00 first dog, $10.00 each additional dog

Southampton Neighborhood Association Members:
$37.00 first dog, $10.00 each additional dog

Discount to SNA Members:

SWCDP offers a $10 discount to people who are current members of our original sponsor, Southampton Neighborhood Association (SNA). To qualify for the discount, you must be a current SNA member. If you are not a Southampton Neighborhood Association Member, please consider joining…it’s only $10!. SNA membership must be renewed annually and is a separate transaction from the SWCDP membership.

Click HERE to download a Southampton Neighborhood Association Membership Application.