Dog Walkers in Burlington, IL

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Burlington, IL

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    Population Density 2,292/sq mi

    #1 Mchenry

    Just a short drive from Burlington, the McBark Dog Park has been a favorite of the residents here for a long time. The local sponsors here make sure the park is well-maintained and new additions are made when possible. This pawesome park has ample space for all dogs of any breed to run and play. There are areas that are fenced to ensure the animals' safety as well. The park also provides water and bags to pick up after Rover when they use the fire hydrant. The dogs that come here are very fur-iendly and love to make friends!
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    Population Density 2,338/sq mi

    #2 Libertyville

    Independence Grove Dog Park is located near Lake Michigan, north of Chicago. There are lakes everywhere here, which is great for Rover, because he gets to have a place to swim and try and catch some fish! You’ll even find a lake within the dog park itself, so don’t fur-get to pack a towel! The pups and their parents are pawsome and responsible and welcome anyone who wants to come and play with them at this park. The park provides water, a separate area for different sized dogs, and plenty of space to run free.
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    Population Density 3,072/sq mi

    #3 Central

    Yes, the pups are absolutely encouraged to get their bark on at the Bark Park in Lake in the Hills! It is designed for pups to run free and just be themselves. There is plenty to sniff and explore in this large park. The park provides water and kiddie pools to make sure the puppies are cool during the hot summer months in the Midwest. The area is fenced in to ensure everybody plays safely. The bark park is part of the larger Sunset Park, which your pal will need to be on a leash to explore. The designated dog area is open, without obstructions, so bring a chair and soak up the sun!
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    Population Density 5,203/sq mi

    #4 Aurora Township

    The Lincoln Park Dog Park is a one-of-a-kind park. The community has sponsored this park to ensure that it stays beautiful all year around. It is also customary for the parents who bring their pups to bring water to share amongst all the guests, so be sure to bring some to share. The sense of community and how they help take care of each other and their pups is something special that you will not find in many other places. The park also has plenty of room to run and play and make friends!
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    Population Density 5,203/sq mi

    #5 Vicksburg Lane

    Amber Fields Park is not specifically for dogs, but they are certainly welcome any time. This quaint community park is the pawfect place to get some mutts-needed on-leash exercise. The landscaping is professionally done and looks beautiful all year. The people that frequent the park are animal lovers and absolutely encourage anyone to bring their dog, so long as they are on a leash. There is also plenty of activities for the kids, too, including playgrounds, sandpits, and obstacles they can run and play on. Feel free to bring the whole family to this park for a furrific day out!
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