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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Crest Hill

Maria
Maria
Reviewed by Kelly C. on 09/20/2017

"Maria was amazing! My dog has "unique" needs and she listened to what they were and she followed the suggestions I have her to make it an enjoyable walk! My dog can back home happy and tired from their walk. Thank you very much for walking my furbaby! You did an amazing job! "

1.68 mi
32m
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Maria
Maria
Reviewed by Lindsay I. on 08/05/2017

"Maria is AWESOME. She was my first walker with WAG! And gave me great feedback on Kota! "

1.81 mi
34m
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Maria
Maria
Reviewed by Peter Y. on 07/25/2017

"Maria was great keeping communication with me and also walking for me last minute. We appreciate her!"

2.12 mi
62m
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Dog Areas in Crest Hill

4 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

As a city committed to healthy living, Crest Hill offers a range of outdoor recreational activities that you can share with your dog. Not only does this community include a few trails and parks, but it also provides access to some pawtastic forest preserves in the area. You'll find four veterinary clinics in town when you need professional services for your four-footed friend.

Take your special pal to Rock Run Preserve to explore nature. This 320-acre property is located just southwest of town. You can enter the park from the north at the Paul V Nichols Access point off Essington Road. Dogs are permitted to accompany you on a leash here.

Another natural area to take your pooch for an outing is Teale Woods Preserve on Theodore Street. This 14-acre facility is by the southeast corner of Crest Hill. There's a 0.3-mile paved trail where you and your companion can stretch your legs together. Bring water for your visit.

There's a pawesome park in the northeast corner of town. Visit Brent Hassert Park off Renwick Road to enjoy a hike or a picnic with your four-footed friend. There are athletic fields, open space, and a network of trails in this 77-acre facility. Make sure you keep your dog on a leash and clean up his droppings.

Dogs and their owners can find a variety of ways to get out and explore the outdoors in the Crest Hill area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Crest Hill

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,094/sq mi

    #1 Borio Dr

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    In the area around Borio Drive, there are streets with duplexes and single-family homes. When you want to stretch your legs, you and your special pal can take a stroll along the sidewalk in this neighborhood. If you want to get out and take a hike or jog through some open space, take your pooch to Prairie Bluff Preserve off West Renwick Road. There are over three miles of mixed-use trails in this 680-acre facility. Dogs are welcome to explore the preserve with you, provided that you keep them on a leash that's no longer than ten feet. You'll need to bring waste bags with you so you can immediately clean up any droppings.
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    Population Density 6,611/sq mi

    #2 Joliet Trail

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    The residential neighborhood of Joliet Trail, located in the southwest part of Crest Hill, features single-family homes, an elementary school, and a furiffic multi-use path. Walk along the sidewalk with your furry friend in this community. When you want to take a longer walk or jog, hop on the Joliet Junction Trail. This 4.3-mile paved pathway runs south from Theodore Street to Mound Avenue in Rockdale. Follow the trail through urban and industrial areas to get some exercise. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you here. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you to clean up after your special pal.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,115/sq mi

    #3 Chaney

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    Located in southeast Crest Hill, the neighborhood of Chaney has private residences, an apartment complex, and a commercial district. For your daily exercise, you'll be able to take your pup down area sidewalks. There's a quiet park on the north side of this area. Head to Crest Hill Community Park off Willow Court. This nice little facility has an open field, a playground, and a paved walking loop. Go for a stroll or jog around the park or play frisbee on the lawn with your canine companion. Make sure you keep your pooch on a leash and clean up after him when you visit here.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,940/sq mi

    #4 Richland

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    Richland is a neighborhood with an elementary school, single-family homes, and a main street area with small businesses. There are sidewalks here where you can go for a peaceful stroll with your four-footed pal. If you want to get out and explore nature, head over to Theodore Marsh on Gaylord Road. Walk or jog along the trail that loops around some open field, or explore the prairie and wetland of this 288-acre facility. Dogs are permitted here if they're kept on a leash that's no longer than ten feet. You're responsible to clean up after your pup. Bring water for your outing.
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    Population Density 5,850/sq mi

    #5 Cedarwood

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    In the neighborhood around Cedarwood, you'll find a development with single-family homes and an apartment complex. The homes in this area have sidewalks where you can walk with your furry pal. For a puptastic multi-use path, head up to Theodore Street and connect with the Rock Run Greenway Trail. This paved and crushed stone pathway is just over 12 miles long. Walk or jog through a combination of urban and natural areas with your four-footed friend. Dogs that are on a leash can join you on this trail as long as you clean up their messes. Remember to bring water with you for your trek.
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