Batavia is a quiet suburban town outside of Chicago. The rolling hills provide beautiful sights for residents, with thick trees and the Fox River that cuts through the town. Thanks to old windmill companies, the city has gained the nickname "The Windmill City," and due to the friendliness in town towards its four-legged residents, you could call it the "The Woofmill City" as well.
Take your pup to the large dog park in a town, the Batavia Bark Park, a 3-acre fenced-in area for off-leash pups. The area has large open spaces, and plenty of shady areas from trees, and is next to a lake that is also dog-friendly to off-leash dogs, though not fenced-in. The bark park is in the larger park of West Main Community Park, which provides an extra 58.4 acres of land that's dog-friendly to leashed pups, with paved trails, picnic shelters, and open space.
For nature-loving pooches and humans, the Braeburn Marsh County Forest Preserve is a large area with protected land that's open and dog-friendly. The marshland has 47 acres of land, with views of the natural area from dirt paths and boardwalks.
With all the amazing dog-friendly places in Batavia, the town also has one veterinarian and a natural love for dogs, meaning your pup is gonna love it here!