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Dog Areas in Galesburg

22 Parks
1 Trail
15 Shops
4 Eateries
10 Groomers

The flat city of Galesburg is surrounded by rolling fields and old farmlands, with lakes to the north and south. The city is also known as G-burg or The Burg, and has a 496-acre area that is on the National Register of Historic Places as the Galesburg Historic District. Much like the district, the city has a great walking score and allows dogs in multiple places of the city, including parks and trails. And with three veterinarians in town, your pup can feel safe on his adventures.

The talk of the town for dog-walking is the Connie Nott Canine Area, which is a huge open field that's completely fenced off. The area has 2 acres of open grassy fields, with separate sections for small and large dogs, with a third section for extra space, water fountains, scattered trees with shade, benches, clean-up stations, and double-gated entrances. The dog park is inside the larger park of Inbinder Park, a small but pretty park with a paved walking trail and forested pond for fishing. Outside of the canine area, dogs must remain on a leash.

Lake Storey Park is the largest park in the city, with over 80 acres that surround Lake Story, 3 miles of paved walkways, a boat launch, fishing pier, and a recreational area. The recreational area has baseball diamonds, a soccer field, picnic areas, water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations for pooches.

Galesburg is home to a lot of pups and remains one of the friendliest places in the area for dogs and humans.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Galesburg

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    Population Density 388/sq mi

    #1 Northwest Galesburg

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    Northwest Galesburg is a pretty quiet neighborhood, with some residential homes and open fields. On the north side of the neighborhood is Lincoln Park, a scenic little area with scattered trees and open fields that surround a few fishing ponds. There is a walking path that winds through the park, with a small dock for fishing, a pavilion, a playground, restrooms, a gazebo, and water fountains. The William "Bill" Hungate Baseball complex is another great place to bring Fido, thanks to the open space and dog-friendly fenced-in baseball fields that allow dogs when no teams are playing. Additional features include water fountains, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights.
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    Population Density 5,054/sq mi

    #2 Galesburg Center

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    The neighborhood of Galesburg Center is a mixture of homes and small businesses. Inside the center of town is Standish Park, a small, but quiet park with lots of shade and open space, a path that encircles the park, and trails that lead to the center of the park, with benches and water fountains. Central Park is another great spot in the neighborhood that provides a good place to stop with Fido if you need a place to walk since it has a paved path and well-kept grassy terrain. You will need to remember to bring water, clean-up bags, and to leash up Fido in both parks.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,431/sq mi

    #3 W Main St/ N Linwood Rd

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    The neighborhood of West Main Street and North Linwood Road is towards the west side of town, and filled with residential homes. Graham Park is a nice and flat area that's perfect to let Fido run around and play. The park is completely fenced-in, with access to the Cedar Creek for fishing and swimming. Although fenced-in, pups will have to remain on a leash inside the park, and you will need to bring water and clean-up bags. Rotary Park is north and has a lot more amenities, like a paved trail, playground, picnic pavilion, restrooms, and open space to run around in. Additional features include a water fountain, benches, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 782/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Galesburg

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    Northeast Galesburg is a small suburban neighborhood, filled with residential homes and backed by the green farmlands to the east. Dog walkers will really enjoy taking their pooch to the Jason Wessels Park, which is home to a large area of open space with a soccer field and paved walkway. Although there aren't any amenities, dogs can enjoy the space to run around and play. Klapp Park is on the south side of the neighborhood and also has open space to run around in, with a playground, a basketball court, a picnic pavilion, paved walkway, and water fountains. Dogs should remain on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 1,025/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Galesburg

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    Southeast Galesburg is a homely community, with rows of residential homes and lots of dog-friendly fields and parks to go to. The most popular place to take Fido is Kiwanis Park, a recreational park that has lots of free space to run around and play, a paved trail to walk on, and enclosed baseball field to play in. Pups can play in the field as long as no teams are playing, and can enjoy other amenities like water fountains restrooms, picnic tables, trash bins, and clean-up stations. ON Custer Park is another park inside the area, made up of a baseball field, playground, open space, and a paved looping trail that is surrounded by trees. Remember to bring water and clean-up bags to this park!
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