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Dog Areas in Clarendon Hills

10 Parks
2 Shops
1 Eatery
10 Groomers
Clarendon Hills is a small village in DuPage County, Illinois. The town won some fame for its tradition where the citizens partake in a local "dancin' in the street" event, which won the 2012 Illinois Governor's Hometown Award. Although Clarendon Hills is a small village, it sure shows its love to its pups by offering ten veterinarians that you can take Fido to for a health check-up.

Grab your furry friend and check out the amazing parks that Clarendon Hills has to offer. Your pup will love sniffing around the fresh air and exploring Prospect Park. With 23-acres, the park offers amenities like a paved walking path with a 0.5-mile inner trail and a 1-mile outer trail, a fishing pond, basketball courts, and a natural prairie area. If you're looking for a smaller, less active park, check out Kruml Park which is only 2.4-acres and offers a playground, a soccer field, and a natural wooded area that Fido will love to explore with you.

If you and your pup are foodies, check out Aguamiel, a traditional and authentic Mexican restaurant which dishes out tacos, empanadas, quesadillas, and more. They have an outdoor patio which is dog friendly and loves when Fido accompanies you for a meal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clarendon Hills

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,062/sq mi

    #1 The Woodlands

    The Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge Dog Park is a mile out of Clarendon Hills in the nearby town of Hinsdale. The park has a lot of grass and open space for your dog to run around, plus a creek for him to play in if he likes the water. There aren't many amenities for owners or dogs, but your dog will be too busy enjoying the green space to care. The park does have certain hours your dog can visit, so be prepared that it might be closed when you show up. Don't forget your clean-up bags.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #2 Fullerburg

    Oak Brook is four miles from Clarendon Hills and home to the Fullerburg Woods. Your dog will love exploring the woods and trails that the Fullerburg Woods has to offer. Keep your pup on leash while visiting, and pay attention to the signs since dogs are not allowed in certain areas of the woods due to the wildlife. The woods even offer a self-guided 1.3-mile trail which takes you through the lowland woods and restored prairies. If you both enjoy wildflowers, then hike the Wildflower Trail where you both will see amazing native species of wildflowers. Make sure to bring water for your dog and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 1,699/sq mi

    #3 Oakwood

    This Oak Brook neighborhood is home to the Mayslake Forest Preserve Dog Park. The dog park is only five miles out of Clarendon Hills and the perfect spot for Fido. This park is pawsome to stop at and let your dog stretch his legs, run around off leash, and meet some new friends. The park includes a mulch ground covering, picnic tables with a pavilion, and restrooms for owners. Your dog will love all the open space that allows enough room for running and fetch. Locals love how maintained and clean the park is. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,252/sq mi

    #4 Pinebrook

    If you dog is itching to go for a hike, then check out the Illinois Prairie Path in Lombard. The trail is only nine miles out of Clarendon Hills and a perfect spot to take Fido for a great day of exercise. The trail is a whopping 58.4-miles with a trail surface that is a mixture of asphalt, concrete, and crushed stone. The trail is used mainly by bikers, skaters, horseback riders, and mountain bikers, so be sure to keep your pup on leash. This trail was one of the nation's first rail-trail conversions, and consists of five connect trail segments that follows the historical path of the Chicago Aurora and Elgin Railroad.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,063/sq mi

    #5 South Elmhurst

    Hiking is a great way to bond and exercise with your dog. Head over to the town of Villa Park, which is less then ten minutes out of Clarendon Hills, and check out the Great Western Trail. This trail is 17-miles long and is a mixture of asphalt and crushed stone. The trail offers restrooms, water, and a connection to the Randall Road Bike Trail if you and Fido decide to extend your hike. About halfway through your hike, you will come across an area where you and Fido can grab refreshments and food if you need it before continuing your adventure. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you during your hike.
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