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Arturo
Reviewed by Brandon D. on 08/18/2017

"The walk went well. Arturo was very nice to Grace. She got acclimated to him as the walk went on. Honest fellow & good with dogs. "

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Dog Areas in Burbank, IL

5 Parks
15 Shops
3 Eateries

Burbank is known for its large railroad station in the northern part of the city, which houses hundreds of cars on dozens of railroad tracks. To the northeast is the city limit of Chicago, offering lots of jobs and tourism to the small town. Although the bigger city is a great place to visit, dog-lovers will usually stick to staying in Burbank thanks to the love and great atmosphere the city provides to pups.

Ridgeland Park is an expansive area, with over 11 acres of open, dog-friendly places for dog walkers to visit. The park has 5 baseball diamonds, a soccer field, walking trails, shaded sitting benches, and lots of open space for Fido to run around. Don't forget to leash up your pup when visiting and enjoy some additional amenities, like picnic areas, water fountains, trash bins, and nighttime lights.

Rice Park also provides lots of recreational ballfields, but has a lot more open space for dogs to run around and play, and more trees and paved walking trails that run throughout the space and around the park. Dogs should remain on a leash at the park.

With 4 animal hospitals in the area, dogs will not only have plenty of care, but also have lots of outdoor space to enjoy in Burbank.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Burbank, IL

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    Population Density 6,804/sq mi

    #1 S Harlem Ave/ W 79th St

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    The South Harlem Avenue and West 79th Street neighborhood is a quiet neighborhood, filled with residential homes and children playing. DogsĀ  in this neighborhood love the Newcastle Park, a 16.2-acre park that has large open areas with 5 baseball diamonds, a basketball court, and playground. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the park, and can enjoy the paved trails on the perimeter, or the open areas, with access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins. If you're looking to satisfy your taste buds after playtime, head down to Nick's Barbecue, which offers you and your dog 6 outdoor dog-friendly tables with complimentary water for you and Fido.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,320/sq mi

    #2 Pool District

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    The Pool District neighborhood of Burbank is a pretty lax neighborhood, with quiet homes and small shops throughout, and some parks in between. One of those parks is Fitzgerald Park, a 3.5-acre area for leashed pups that provide many recreational fields, an encircling path made of concrete, green lawns, and shaded trails. Additional amenities include water fountains, a covered picnic area, benches, clean-up stations, and nighttime lights. East in the neighborhood is Macarthur Park, a flat park with 6.3 acres of green space and baseball fields, with a winding walkway in between the fields.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,448/sq mi

    #3 Central Burbank

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    Central Burbank provides most of the city with a place to head to for a day out shopping or a walk downtown, but also it offers dog walkers plenty of places to walk. Harr Park offers 9-acres of green lawns, scattered woods, and paved trails. There are also restrooms, lighted tennis courts, water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Dogs must be on a leash, but can even go into the enclosed tennis courts as long as not in use. Ownes Park is smaller than Harr Park, but has plenty more paved walkways and offers a better place to give Fido an easier walk, with access to clean-up stations, water, and shade.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,282/sq mi

    #4 Bedford Park

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    The Bedford Park neighborhood is on the northern edge of the town and features some of the town's largest parks. Narragansett Park is 9.9-acres with lots of features like a skate plaza, concessions, a playground, and recreational ballfields. Dogs are welcome to the park as long as they remain on a leash, and can enjoy their own features like a walking trail, open fields, picnic areas, benches, water fountains, and trash bins. Commissioners Park is also a large park with over 6.8 acres of open space, and consists of a single playground and a vibrant green lawn. Dogs can run around or take a carefree walk in the park, but don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,107/sq mi

    #5 Southfield

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    One mile south of Burbank is the town of Oak Lawn, home to the Lake Shore Park, which features vibrant green spaces, perimeter walkways around the park, and the Oak Lawn Lake. The park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and also has tennis courts, water fountains, picnic shelters, benches, clean-up stations, and trash bins. If you need more area for you and your pooch to stretch those legs, then head down to Worthbrook Park, a 19-acre park with a massive area of open space that is perfect for running around and playing. The park has benches and water fountains for leashed dogs.
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