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Dog Areas in Coralville

5 Parks
3 Trails

Coralville in Johnson County is classed as a city within the larger Iowa City area. This place has a lot of history and many beautiful green spaces in the surrounding area where you and your dog can stretch your legs. There are numerous pup-friendly places to eat, and two veterinarians, so you are both sure to have a comfortable, happy, and healthy stay here.

North Ridge Park has trails galore, both within the park grounds as well as longer trails heading out to the Oakdale Research Park, the North Liberty Recreation Center, direct to Coral Ridge Mall, and out to the Clear Creek Trail. There are picnic areas, shelters, a playground and toilet facilities in North Ridge, making for a great day out with the pup and family.

Coralville has some great places to eat that allow your pup to join you at an outside table. The Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom serves up cold drinks and hearty meals, such as calzones, mac and cheese, or pies, as well as some lighter options for those preferring a sandwich, wrap or salad.

Treat yourself to a Mexican feast at Casa Azul. With an extensive menu of appetizers, soups, main meals, burritos, enchiladas and nachos, you certainly won’t leave hungry! There is also Culver’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Mellow Mushroom, Press Coffee Company, and Backpocket Brewing that all welcome furry friends. You are spoilt for choice at mealtimes in Coralville!

With plenty of outdoor activities and poocherific food galore, you are sure to have a fantastic stay in Coralville.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coralville

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    Population Density 4,562/sq mi

    #1 Coralville Strip

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    Tummy rumbling? Head to the main centre of Coralville for a selection of great pup-friendly eateries. Pancheros Mexican Grill has seven outdoor tables where your pup can sit by your side while you tuck into a delicious burrito, taco or quesadilla. Which Wich is a little sandwich shop with big variety; try a meatball grinder, Wicked Wich or Superfood Wich. Enjoy a hot cup of joe at Caribou Coffee, or a sweet end to the day at Cold Stone Creamery. These places also allow dogs at one of their outdoor tables. After your meal, take a wander with your leashed pup around St Morrison Park’s duck pond.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 853/sq mi

    #2 North Dodge St/ North Dubuque Rd

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    Thornberry off-leash dog area in Iowa City is a pup-tastic place for your dog to really stretch his legs. With fenced areas set in 12 acres of space, there is room for pups of every size. Should your pup fancy a swim, there is a pond here, and hoses to rinse him down afterwards. Agility equipment is provided for extra fun, and the sheltered seating areas ensure you have a relaxing time watching over your pooch as he burns off some energy. Memberships are available should you wish to visit frequently, as well as day passes, and can be paid at the entrance. Waterworks Prairie Park is also in this area, where you can take your pup for an on-lead walk along some of the trails.
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    Population Density 405/sq mi

    #3 Oxford/ Tiffin

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    In neighbouring Oxford is the FW Kent Park, a perfect place to enjoy some nature with your dog. The 1,052 acres provides space for adventurous pups and their owners to go out on a hike along some of the nine miles of trails, including one around the 27-acre lake. Home of the Johnson County Conservation Board Headquarters and the Conservation Education Center, this area is a great place to learn more about the local prairie and wetlands with the self-guided exhibit panels dotted along the walkways. Your pup will have a great walk here with you, but he will need to stay on a lead, and don’t forget to clean up after him if need be.
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    Population Density 852/sq mi

    #4 Northside and Goosetown

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    Another great place to soak up some nature is in the Hickory Hill Park in nearby Iowa City, covering 190 acres of forest, prairie and wetlands. Hickory Hill Park has three main entrances and well-marked paths to traverse. The landscape is diverse, so you and your dog will have no shortage of scenic surroundings to marvel at as you wander amongst the trees, over Ralston Creek and out into the prairie. Your dog will need to stay leashed here, and it is a good idea to bring water, clean up bags and any snacks you might like to enjoy along the way. There are seating areas and picnic tables for when you are ready for a little rest.

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    Population Density 844/sq mi

    #5 Lone Tree

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    On the Iowa City and Lone Tree border, just seven miles east of Coralville in Iowa City, is Rita’s Ranch Dog Park at Scott Park. Your dog will have a great time running around off-lead in one of the two fenced areas in this three-acre park. To access the dog park, you will need a permit or day pass which is available from the Iowa City Animal Services. There is ample parking close by in Scott Park, which itself covers 43 acres and is a lovely area to explore with your dog back on the lead. There are picnic tables, a shelter, a playground and sporting fields here as well.

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