Gateway Arch Dog Policy
Gateway Arch National Park is Dog Friendly
The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot (192 m) (both high and wide) catenary arch built to commemorate the Lewis and Clark Expedition, initiated by Thomas Jefferson, and the subsequent westward expansion of the country. The nearby Old Courthouse, across a greenway to the west of the arch, was the first site of the Dred Scott case about slavery. An underground museum describes the arch's construction and the country's westward expansion.
Gateway Arch National Park is dog friendly park, and are allowed on 6' leashes.
- 0.309 mi2
- Annual Visitors
Location & Map
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