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Dog Areas in Chicago Ridge

Chicago is a truly magical city. It is one of the most beautiful, busiest cities in the world, and home some of the best food you will ever taste. The people of Chicago are not only confined to the city next to Lake Michigan, though. In fact, all of the Windy City's surrounding neighborhoods and suburbs, including the village of Chicago Ridge, fall under the umbrella of "Chicagoland".

It is here that you will find an abundance of art and dog lovers. Chicago is known for being a culturally diverse city, with many neighborhoods being dedicated to specific cultures. For example, you could start your day by getting a taco in Pilsen and end it by getting some Schezuan chicken in Chinatown. Good food and culture is something both two- and four-legged friends can appreciate!

If you're looking for some doggone good eats, you won't even have to drive out of the village to get some grub. Chicago Ridge is home to three furrific dog-friendly restaurants where you and your hungry hound can chow down. Craving some red meat? Head to Jenny's Steakhouse and Pub! Jack Desmond's Irish Pub is another pawesome place where you and Fido can indulge in your pub favorites. Leashes and good behavior are required at both restaurants.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chicago Ridge

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    Population Density 6,812/sq mi

    #1 Village Center


    Although there are no dog parks located in Chicago Ridge, there is one just under 3 miles away, in the city of Oak Lawn. Bailey's Crossing is a wonderfurr dog park for pups of all breeds and sizes. This adorable dog park has plenty of toys, water and seating for humans. It is often visited by locals in the area so you can expect to see many of the same people and pups on a regular basis. The park is completely fenced in, so you can let your furry friend off the leash so he can run and romp to his heart's content!

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    Population Density 11,063/sq mi

    #2 S Lake Shore Dr

    Unfortunately, since there are no dog parks located in Chicago Ridge, you will have to go out of your way at times to make your pup happy. If you drive thirty minutes to the south side of Chicago, you can not only find yourself in a cute little dog park, but also next to a bustling city beach! If you are up for the drive, head to Jackson Bark. This is a state-of-the-art dog park with high-tech agility equipment and plenty of toys that all pups can play with. Fido is sure to make plenty of new fur-iends here!
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    Population Density 12,406/sq mi

    #3 University Village

    Although a forty-minute drive to University Village in Chicago may seem lengthy, it is a good option if you want to get out of the suburbs for a bit. University Village is just that -- a village dedicated to college and medical school students. The area does not have a lot to do or see, but it is home to University Village Dog Park. This bare-bones dog park is nothing amazing, but it does provide a small stretch of grass for pups to play and stretch their legs. It is the perfect pit stop after a fun day in the city of Chicago!
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    Population Density 31,865/sq mi

    #4 Greektown


    Who doesn't love some good Greek food? Well, one of the best places to get Greek food outside of Greece is Greektown in Chicago. Another reason why this neighborhood is wonderfurr is that it is home to Mary Bartelme Park. This dog park is small and attached to another park. However, it is definitely large enough for your pooch to stretch their legs. Plus, every Sunday, the park hosts a farmer's market where you can buy plenty of supplies for your pooch and food for yourself. In addition, you will get to meet many Greektown residents who never miss a Sunday farmer's market.

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    Population Density 60,153/sq mi

    #5 Oak Park Ave

    If you're looking for a park that's a little closer to home, you'll be happy to know that Worthbrook Park is just a short, 7-minute drive away. Although this is not a dog park, it is a pretty large park that has plenty of space for you and your pup to play. It also has an abundance of sporting activities, fields, and amenities not only for pooches, but also for humans. You will often see many humans running and exercising alongside their pups. Just make sure you keep your most loyal companion leashed at all times in the park. Don't fur-get the waste bags!
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