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Dog Areas in Batavia, IL

14 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
3 Eateries
5 Groomers

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!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Batavia, IL

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    Population Density 707/sq mi

    #1 Randall Road Corridor

    This neighborhood is found on the southwestern side of town, and is made up of roads, and acres of old and new farmland. Although a lot of the area goes to farming, there's still some dedicated to dog-friendly parks, like Fearn Park. This park has lots of large open areas, with baseball diamonds, soccer fields, and basketball courts. There's 1.7 miles of paved trails, benches, and water fountains for humans and leashed pups. For more nature-loving pups and humans, the Dick Young Forest Preserve is a better spot to attend. The preserve is made from 154 acres of protected land, containing wetlands, woodlands, and prairies. There are over 6 miles of dirt trails to explore, along with benches and trash bins.
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    Population Density 2,248/sq mi

    #2 Mooseheart

    Mooseheart is a quiet neighborhood found south of the center of the city, and home to Quarry Park, a beautiful park next to the Fox River featuring a gorgeous open area and towering trees hat surround the park. There are paved paths, trash bins, benches, and a greenway along the river that's available to leashed pups. On the southern part of the neighborhood is the Les Arends Forest Preserve, a 120-acre area of protected lands, and 3600 feet along the Fox River, making it the perfect place to swim, fish, have a picnic, or just go for a relaxing walk. There are trash bins and benches available for humans and leashed pups.
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    Population Density 4,118/sq mi

    #3 Batavia Historic District

    The Batavia Historic District is what you might expect, a gorgeous downtown that doesn't even seem like time has touched it. The historic neighborhood has some great spots to walk Fido, like Memorial Field, a 13-acre lot with a playground, lighted recreational fields, picnic area, and pavilion. The grassy fields are open for dogs to play and run around on and also includes a perimeter trail that goes around the park, with access to trash bins, benches, nighttime lights, water fountains, and a clean-up station for leashed dogs. Heading into town, you'll find the Crosstown Pub and Restaurant, an American bar and grill restaurant with dog-friendly outdoor seating featuring umbrellas and water for you and Fido.
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    Population Density 1,688/sq mi

    #4 Woodland Hills

    The neighborhood of Woodland Hills is a hilly area, with long fields of grass and rows of residential homes. This quiet area also provides the Prairie & Lathem Park to walk Fido in, with 12 acres of multi-use field, open plains, two baseball diamonds, and a soccer field. There are over 1.6 miles of paved paths that wind through the park with a playground, picnic shelter, and grilling facility. Dogs have to remain on a leash inside the park, and don't forget to bring clean-up bags! The H. Michael Wild Park is another great place to bring Fido, and is best suited for a quicker walk, thanks to the short paved path that surrounds the .6 acres of land. This park has additional features like water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 2,638/sq mi

    #5 East Side

    If you can't guess that the neighborhood of East Side is on the east side, then maybe you should be the one on the leash. Whether you guessed it or not, Fido will be happy to get a walk in this neighborhood thanks to Lippold Park, a riverfront park with gorgeous sites of the river, and backed by rolling plains. The area is quiet all year-round, offering paved trails and open spaces for pups. There's a small river bank for fishing access, a picnic pavilion, benches, water fountains, and trash bins. Don't forget to keep Fido on a leash inside the park, and bring some extra clean-up bags!
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