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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Freeport

      Central Freeport

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,818 per sq. mi.

      Central Freeport

      4848

      Central Freeport is a bustling neighborhood in the center of the city, and home to the city's main shopping and business districts. Despite the busy area, residents can still find a nice place to walk their pup at the Third Ward Park. The park is a grassy area, with scattered oak trees, a looping paved walkway, playground, and place to picnic. The park is completely fenced-in and dog-friendly, although dogs are still required to stay on a leash. From places to run around and play to shaded areas to picnic and rest in, the park is a great place to bring Fido, and even offers additional amenities like water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations.

      S West Ave/ W Empire St

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,024 per sq. mi.

      S West Ave/ W Empire St

      3636

      The South West Avenue and West Empire Street community is a suburban neighborhood on the west side of the city's center. Inside the area is READ Park, a popular and large park with lots of space. Although the park is mostly filled with expansive open space, there is space occupied by amenities like a pavilion, fenced-in baseball fields, a skate park, a playground, and dense forests. Dogs have to remain on a leash inside the park, and can enjoy running around, playing, or just walking along the paved walkways. They can also have access to features like water fountains, benches, picnic tables, and nighttime lights.

      Ridott

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,687 per sq. mi.

      Ridott

      2424

      The neighborhood of Ridott is the largest neighborhood in the city, mostly taken up by old farmlands and fields with few residential homes, making the area a rural community. Despite the rural feel, humans and pups will still enjoy the area thanks to the Oakdale Nature Reserve. The reserve boasts over 70 acres of protected land, with dense forests, trails, and open space to roam in. The park has 2 miles of trails that explore through dense woods and fields and connect to a picnic area near the entrance, where there are restrooms, a pavilion with picnic tables, and trash bins. Dogs aren't required to be on a leash inside the reserve, but remember to bring them water and clean-up bags.

      Lena

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,024 per sq. mi.

      Lena

      1212

      Lena is a small town with a downtown and residential area 13 miles northwest from Freeport in Illinois. The park of choice that attracts residents and visitors is the Lena Community Park District, which provides a lively space with a lot of amenities. From recreational fields to space to play in, dogs will love coming to the park. There's a fenced-in baseball field and soccer field, connected by a paved walkway that also loops around a playground, picnic areas, water fountains, and benches. Another dog-friendly park in the area is Dodds Park, which has recreational fields like two fenced-in baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, and a playground. Additionally, there is a playground, picnic tables, water fountains, and a gazebo available to leashed pups.

      Pecatonica

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      617 per sq. mi.

      Pecatonica

      00

      Pecatonica is a rural town 16 miles east from Freeport that is mostly made up of farmlands and fields, with a few residential areas. The town is visited by Freeport residents a lot thanks to the Seward Forest Preserve, which provides a lovely outdoor experience. Inside the preserve is a large area surrounded by dense trees, covered in nature paths and open fields. The park is open to dogs and doesn't require them to be on a leash, and even provides a space to run and play, with picnic tables, a pavilion, a playground, and a camping spot. The campsite is also dog-friendly and has spots for tents and RVs, but does require visitors to bring their own water and clean-up bags for their dogs.

      Central Freeport

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,818 per sq. mi.

      Central Freeport

      4848

      Central Freeport is a bustling neighborhood in the center of the city, and home to the city's main shopping and business districts. Despite the busy area, residents can still find a nice place to walk their pup at the Third Ward Park. The park is a grassy area, with scattered oak trees, a looping paved walkway, playground, and place to picnic. The park is completely fenced-in and dog-friendly, although dogs are still required to stay on a leash. From places to run around and play to shaded areas to picnic and rest in, the park is a great place to bring Fido, and even offers additional amenities like water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations.

      S West Ave/ W Empire St

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,024 per sq. mi.

      S West Ave/ W Empire St

      3636

      The South West Avenue and West Empire Street community is a suburban neighborhood on the west side of the city's center. Inside the area is READ Park, a popular and large park with lots of space. Although the park is mostly filled with expansive open space, there is space occupied by amenities like a pavilion, fenced-in baseball fields, a skate park, a playground, and dense forests. Dogs have to remain on a leash inside the park, and can enjoy running around, playing, or just walking along the paved walkways. They can also have access to features like water fountains, benches, picnic tables, and nighttime lights.

      Ridott

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,687 per sq. mi.

      Ridott

      2424

      The neighborhood of Ridott is the largest neighborhood in the city, mostly taken up by old farmlands and fields with few residential homes, making the area a rural community. Despite the rural feel, humans and pups will still enjoy the area thanks to the Oakdale Nature Reserve. The reserve boasts over 70 acres of protected land, with dense forests, trails, and open space to roam in. The park has 2 miles of trails that explore through dense woods and fields and connect to a picnic area near the entrance, where there are restrooms, a pavilion with picnic tables, and trash bins. Dogs aren't required to be on a leash inside the reserve, but remember to bring them water and clean-up bags.

      Lena

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,024 per sq. mi.

      Lena

      1212

      Lena is a small town with a downtown and residential area 13 miles northwest from Freeport in Illinois. The park of choice that attracts residents and visitors is the Lena Community Park District, which provides a lively space with a lot of amenities. From recreational fields to space to play in, dogs will love coming to the park. There's a fenced-in baseball field and soccer field, connected by a paved walkway that also loops around a playground, picnic areas, water fountains, and benches. Another dog-friendly park in the area is Dodds Park, which has recreational fields like two fenced-in baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, and a playground. Additionally, there is a playground, picnic tables, water fountains, and a gazebo available to leashed pups.

      Pecatonica

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      617 per sq. mi.

      Pecatonica

      00

      Pecatonica is a rural town 16 miles east from Freeport that is mostly made up of farmlands and fields, with a few residential areas. The town is visited by Freeport residents a lot thanks to the Seward Forest Preserve, which provides a lovely outdoor experience. Inside the preserve is a large area surrounded by dense trees, covered in nature paths and open fields. The park is open to dogs and doesn't require them to be on a leash, and even provides a space to run and play, with picnic tables, a pavilion, a playground, and a camping spot. The campsite is also dog-friendly and has spots for tents and RVs, but does require visitors to bring their own water and clean-up bags for their dogs.

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