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Dog Areas in Dixon, IL

7 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Dixon is a great city that sits along the Rock River and in Lee County, Illinois. The town became popular because it is the boyhood home of our 40th president, Ronald Reagan. In case of emergencies, there is one veterinarian in the town that your dog can visit.

Spend a day out at Vaile Park and have some fun with your dog. The park is filled with benches, a covered picnic area, playground, and plenty of trees for shade. There is a walking path throughout the park that you can use for a good walk with your dog.

After a fun day out at the park, stop into Culver's for a bite to eat with your pup. They offer an array of tasty food including burgers, seafood, and salads. Their outdoor patio is a great spot to relax with your furry pal and eat a good meal together.

If you're looking for a place to stay, check into the Comfort Inn Dixon or the Magnuson Hotel Dixon. They both welcome your dog to get a good rest alongside you before you head back out to explore the great city of Dixon.

Your dog will have a pawesome time in Dixon with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dixon, IL

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 870/sq mi

    #1 N Galena Ave / E Chamberlin St


    Take a stroll around Meadow Park, an amazing 567-acres of green fun! The park sits along the Rock River and has a fishing area, roller hockey courts, soccer fields, and football fields. The best part for you dog, though, is The Park 4 Paws Dog Park inside, where your pup can run around off-leash. The dog park is fenced in to keep your pup safe and has benches for owners to sit on. There is a membership fee to enter. The Wooden Wonderland is another park your dog can explore with you. This park has a playground, picnic area, and paved walking path you can use for a walk with your dog. Take a hike on the Lowell Parkway Trail which offers a 3.5-mile paved multipurpose trail. Lowell Park offers 200-acres for your dog to explore with a playground, picnic area, and hiking trails that you can use.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,790/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Dixon


    Page Park is a great park to get a walk in and enjoy the scenery of the Rock River. The park has some benches that you can sit on and a paved walking path, plus a shady grass area Fido can lay on to cool down after a walk. The Veterans Memorial Park has benches, a paved walking path, and military equipment to look at while you are visiting. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash when you are at both of these parks, and don't forget water.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,087/sq mi

    #3 Mccue Rd / W 37th St


    Head over to Sinnissippi Park and enjoy a nice day out with your pup. This dogtastic park sits along the river and offers a playground, baseball diamonds, fishing, a picnic area with grills, and restrooms. There is a wooded trail that you two can use for a nice walk on a paved walking path to make it an easier walk. Hoover Park is another great park to visit with a playground, picnic area, water fountains, and more trails you can explore with your dog. Located in Sterling, and twelve miles out from Dixon, your dog will love hanging around this park with you.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 100/sq mi

    #4 Mount Morris


    Spend a day out at the White Pines Forest State Park with your dog. This pawesome park is 385-acres with camping, fishing, picnicking, and hiking. There are seven trails that meander throughout the forest that range from easy to difficult. While hiking, you will come across a limestone bluff and be covered by pine trees to keep you cool. The Dillehay Park is another great spot to get a walk in. Enjoy amenities like the playground and benches throughout. Located in Mount Morris, and twelve miles out of Dixon, these are great parks to hang out at with your adventurous pup.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 511/sq mi

    #5 Oregon

    The Castle Rock State Park is a 2,000-acre park that is perfect to explore with your dog. You can boat, camp, canoe, fish, or have a nice picnic out at this lovely park with your dog. The park contains six miles of trails that your dog can hike with you, but make sure Fido stays on a leash since there is a lot of wildlife. The trails are well marked, so you don't have to worry about getting lost. Located in Oregon, and eleven miles out from Dixon, Fido will love spending time with you at this park.
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