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Michelle
Michelle
Reviewed by Sara C. on 10/04/2017

"Hope he wasnt too much trouble thank you so much he really enjoyed your time "

1.20 mi
32m
Poo
Pee
Michelle
Michelle
Reviewed by Timothy P. on 08/14/2017

"Nice to see you again, Michelle. Thank you for walking and running Cooper! You do a wonderful job and hopefully the next time you see Cooper he will have had a good grooming ! "

1.19 mi
30m
Poo
Pee
Jon
Jon
Reviewed by Corey K. on 07/27/2017

"Thank you so much for walking Joy! Our neighborhood was booming with people for an event, so I'm sure it was a task! Joy was perfectly pooped upon her return which helped get her through the firework show! Loved getting an video along her walk, this was our first time doing an hour, so it was good to know she was doing well! "

1.68 mi
51m
Poo
Pee

Dog Areas in Brookfield, IL

7 Parks
10 Groomers

The village of Brookfield, in Cook County, Illinois, is a lovely place to visit with your furry friend. Formerly known as Grossdale, Brookfield is set against Salt Creek and has some picturesque spots to take Fido for a stroll. 

The Oak Savannas are a little oasis, away from the hustle and bustle of suburbia, where you and your pet can get some exercise amongst impressive-looking trees. You may also see some of the local inhabitants; duck, beavers and even deer are regularly spotted here. You will need to keep pooch on leash to protect the wildlife, but it’s a must-see if you are in town.

In the northern area of Brookfield, you will find the Kiwanis Park. There is plenty of space and trails to walk around, as well as disk golf and a playground. Set along Salt Creek in another section of Brookfield’s famous Oak Savanna, it is sure to be a relaxing, fun day out for you and your pooch. There are amenities here too, such as toilets, water fountains, lots of parking and ample shade.

There is one vet in town at Brookfield, should the need arise, and the streets are nice and quiet – perfect for morning walks to take in the sights and find your feet.


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brookfield, IL

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,035/sq mi

    #1 Candycane Park

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    In this northern neighborhood of Brookfield, you will find the Salt Creek Trail, where you and your fuzzy friend can escape suburbia and take a leisurely walk through the trees. Pups will need to stay on the lead here to protect the local flora and fauna, but the 7.1 mile section running through Candycane Park is paved and an easy, safe walk. The whole trail runs from the Brookfield Zoo to Busse Woods Forest Preserve and is an impressive 27 miles long! Make sure you wear sensible shoes and take plenty of water and clean up bags.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,799/sq mi

    #2 Madison St/ Des Plaines Ave

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    The Forest Park Dog Park in the nearby town of Forest Park is a great little place to let your dog off the lead for a play. The fenced space is safe, and there is plenty of room for your pup to run and mingle with his friends. There is a water fountain, but bring a bowl to drink from and some toys to keep your dog happy. There is some seating for you, but there isn’t a lot of shade. You do need to get a permit for this area, which is available from the Village of Forest Park. If outdoor fun has got your tummy growling, head to the The Junction Diner, O’Sullivan’s public House, or the Coach House for some pawsome food with your pup.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,672/sq mi

    #3 Roosevelt Road/ Des Plaines Ave

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    The Miller Meadow Off-Leash Dog Area in the nearby town of Forest Park is a great space for pet owners to let their pooch run free. Set on over three acres with two miles of trails for you both to explore, it is lucky there are sheltered seating areas for a little rest as well! You will need to first purchase an annual membership for access, but it is a worthwhile investment. Afterwards, catch at a bite to eat at one of the nearby dog-friendly restaurants, including Nonna D’s, R Place, Backyard Kitchen and Tap, and Five Guys.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,314/sq mi

    #4 North East La Grange Park

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    This neighbourhood in the nearby town of La Grange backs onto the Twenty Sixth Street Woods along Salt Creek, where you can take a walk along some of the nature trails paw-in-hand. There is a sheltered picnic area up here so you can have a little rest before continuing your exploration of this beautiful area. Bring your water bottles and clean up bags to keep everyone comfortable. If you are hungry after your big walk, head to Bill’s Place where you and your buddy can eat your Italian-American lunch on one of the outdoor seats. There is a variety of dishes available, from wraps, sandwiches and paninis, to pasta, salads and of course, sweets.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,653/sq mi

    #5 North La Grange

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    This neighborhood in La Grange is the place to take your beloved pal for a walk if you are up for a good meal. Armand's Pizzeria of La Grange has three pizzas you can choose from that have been specially created to share with your pet – how cool is that! For something spicy, check out Santiago's Authentic Mexican Cuisine and pick one of their pet-friendly outside tables. You can also sit outside with your dog at Wild Monk for a pint of one of thirty brews on tap, or at Red Mango for a frozen yogurt, juice or smoothie.


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