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Dog Areas in Clinton, IA

11 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
2 Eateries
5 Groomers

The city of Clinton is a pretty bustling area with a small town vibe, located on the border of Iowa and Illinois. The city has been around since the 1800s, and has since become a beautiful home to humans and dogs alike. The area's mottos is "So many things to do - With a river view!" which also applies to pups, thanks to the many places to go and play in around the city.

Eagle Point Park is one of the largest and most popular parks in the city, thanks to its 88 acres of land and location along the Mississippi River. The park has bluffs looking over the river, paved walkways, open areas, and forested trails. Dogs can walk on the trails, play in the field or enjoy other amenities like water fountains, enclosed tennis courts, a pavilion, and a playground.

Emma Young Park is an inland park, right on the outside of the city's center. The park has a large recreational area, surrounded by open fields, with a fishing pond. Dogs have to be on a leash inside the park, but can play in the enclosed baseball fields and tennis courts, use the paved pathways, or enjoy the fishing area, picnic tables, water fountains, and trash bins.

From views of the river to rolling hills, the area of Clinton offers gorgeous scenery for humans and pups, including 3 animal hospitals.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clinton, IA

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    Population Density 1,461/sq mi

    #1 North Clinton

    North Clinton is a quiet community on the north side of the city backed by old farmlands to the northwest, and the Mississippi River to the east. Surrounded by trees is Root Park, a forested park with a small system of trails, a playground, basketball courts, and a pavilion to hang out under. The park is pretty rural and doesn't require pups to be on a leash, but you do need to bring water and clean-up bags for your pup. Rainbow Park is much more open, offering a grassy field to play freely in with a playground and shaded sitting areas. There are covered picnic tables, trash bins, and benches available to park-goers.
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    Population Density 4,007/sq mi

    #2 Lyons

    Lyons is a bustling residential neighborhood packed with rows of homes along the Mississippi River. The area is best known for the park of Custon Park, which provides a pretty grassy field to play in. The park is partially fenced-in, offering lots of shade, room to play in, benches, and trash bins, but will require you to bring water and clean-up bags when you bring Fido to play. Although the area is nice to play in if you're looking for a day's walk with your pup, you may want to check out Discovery Trail instead. The trail is dog-friendly to leashed pups and follows along the Mississippi River, extending over 4 miles and made from asphalt, with benches and trash bins along the way.
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    Population Density 5,651/sq mi

    #3 Central Clinton

    Central Clinton is where you'll find most of the action, thanks to its urban appeal and multiple shopping areas to visit. You and Fido can still enjoy a day out here on some grass when you visit River View City Park. The name doesn't lie, as it provides a gorgeous view of the river to the east, while still providing a large area to play in that's lined with trees. Pups can enjoy a walk along the paved walkway, play in the open area, or relax with other amenities like a pavilion, a playground, a scenic fountain, restrooms, benches, water fountains, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 247/sq mi

    #4 11Th Ave S/ S 9th St

    The neighborhood of 11th Avenue South and South 9th Street is a busy neighborhood with packed residential homes and various school districts. This neighborhood is also home to the George O Morris Park, a place where you can bring Fido to run, play, or just relax is the gorgeous green area provided. The park has a massive greenfield, with a fenced-in baseball field, a pavilion, a soccer field, benches, and trash bins available to leashed pups. For more shade though, head over to the Edwin P Neubauer Park, where this triangle space offers a place to play under lots of shade. The park even offers water fountains, trash bins, and benches.
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    Population Density 541/sq mi

    #5 South Clinton

    South Clinton is a pretty little neighborhood on the south side of the city, filled with residential homes laced with dense trees that offer lots of shade. The most open area you can play in with Fido is Chancy Park, which has a wide variety of features and things to do. Not only is there plenty of shaded sitting areas and picnic tables, but there's an open area to run around in, and a fenced-in baseball field to play in safely with your pup, as long as no teams are playing. Additionally, there's a playground, benches, trash bins, a pavilion, and a basketball court available to leashed pups and humans.
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