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Dog Areas in Dunlap

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Dunlap is a village of fewer than 1,500 people in Peoria County, Illinois. This charming village takes up 16 blocks, and there are a handful of businesses along the way. Dunlap is part of the Peoria Metropolitan Area, so while there may not be all of the big city amenities in Dunlap, you're never far from services and businesses in the bigger city of Peoria. Known for being a quiet and peaceful place to live, Dunlap is a great place to call home if you work in a nearby big city but want to return to a small town at night. Dunlap is close to several recreational opportunities, and it also has a recreation center in town for a variety of sports.

There is yet to be an off-leash dog park in Dunlap, but there are other dog-friendly activities you won't want to miss out on! One such activity is visiting Bernardi's Pub on North Brentfield Drive. This pub has six outdoor tables where your pooch is welcome to join you while you dine on their extensive menu. Locals will insist you give Tony's Fat Pretzel a try, and the pub also serves pizza, pasta, chicken dishes, and much more. Once you're done with your meal, you and your four-legged companion can make the short drive to a nearby off-leash park!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dunlap

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    Population Density 2,095/sq mi

    #1 West Peoria

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    A 20-minute drive south of Dunlap will get you to an area of Peoria known as West Peoria, which is also where you'll find the Bradley Dog Park. This off-leash park is a five-acre space that includes big and small dog sections, as well as all of the other amenities that make a dog park great. Throughout the park, you'll find water fountains for dogs, waste disposal stations, seating, and small pools for dogs to cool off in on hot days. Bradley Park is a 140-acre park that also includes hiking trails, playgrounds, disc golf, sports courts, and much more. Your dog is welcome to accompany you in other areas of the park when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 367/sq mi

    #2 North Morton

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    The northeastern corner of Morton, Illinois is a half-hour drive from Dunlap, and this area is home to the Oakwood Dog Park. This off-leash park takes up a few acres of the 17-acre Oakwood Park, and other areas of the park include playgrounds and picnic shelters. Oakwood Dog Park has big and small dog areas, as well as water fountains for humans and canines, waste disposal items, and seating. There are plenty of trees throughout the dog park, but there are also open areas that are pawfect for a game of fetch. There are also tires and other structures set up throughout the park to keep your dog busy and interested.
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    Population Density 5,961/sq mi

    #3 Pekin Heights

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    Pekin is a city of over 30,000 people in Tazewell County, Illinois and it's less than a half-hour drive from Dunlap. The south-central area of Pekin that's just north of the Pekin Heights area is where you'll find the Happy Tails Dog Park at Mineral Springs Park. This off-leash park features separate enclosures for big and small dogs, and each area has a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure. There are also water fountains and bowls situated throughout the park. Happy Tails Dog Park also provides visitors with waste disposal supplies, but there is no permanent seating in the park, so visitors often bring their own lawn chairs.
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    Population Density 845/sq mi

    #4 Beverly Manor

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    In just half an hour, you and Sparky can drive to the Washington Bark District Off-Leash Dog Park in the Beverly Manor area of southwest Washington, Illinois. This dog park is connected to a 90-acre park called Meadow Valley Park, and it includes different areas for big and small dogs. This dog park just opened in 2016, and it also consists of a water well, waste disposal stations, and seating areas. Your dog is welcome throughout other areas of Meadow Valley Park if they're on a leash. There are four trails in the park you can trek with your dog, and they range from 0.3-0.6 miles.
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    Population Density 823/sq mi

    #5 North Peoria

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    It may not be an off-leash park, but a pawesome dog-friendly activity awaits you and your dog in northern Peoria, Illinois and it's less than a ten-minute drive! You and your pooch can access the Rock Island Trail in northern Peoria, and this 38-mile stretch is a great spot to take your dog for an on-leash walk. Rock Island Trail is one of a network of 1,600 trails across America that were created from formerly abandoned railway lines. This trail is made of asphalt and crushed stone, and in addition to dog walking, it's also popular with bikers, skaters, and skiers. During your walk, you'll come across a variety of attractions, as well as seating areas and waste bins.
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