Take a trip Midwest to corn country to discover the furiendly charm of American small towns with your furry furiend. Glendale Heights is a quaint village offering you and Fido a refreshing retreat filled with parks, barks, and bark parks! One wooftacular animal hospital is centrally located to ensure your pup has a safe and healthy stay.
Glendale Heights makes for a great base to explore the surrounding parks. Kickstart your trip at the East Branch Forest Preserve for miles of off-leash fun in the sun with Fido. Known as “puppy heaven,” this park offers doggoes and their owners over 525 acres of natural greenspace with wetlands, trails and a special off-leash dog area that is not fenced in. Your pup will have a pawtastic time swimming in the pond! Dog owners should review the Preserve’s dog policies in case you need to register for a permit.
When in Glendale Heights, do not miss out on Hong Ning! A local’s favorite, Hong Ning has been serving up delicious Filipino cuisine in a family furiendly atmosphere for over twenty years. Enjoy their tasty specialty dishes with your pawtner at one of their twenty outdoor tables.
Glendale Heights is a pawsitively cute speck in the States that all dog owners should strive to visit! Between the spacious parks and the welcoming people, you and Fido will have pawsome memories of this Illinoisan village.
At the heart of Glen Ellyn village is the Forest Glen neighborhood, where you and Fido have the chance to chow down on delicious oriental cuisine. Let your canine rest his paws as you dine on mouthwatering pad thai and other authentic Thai dishes at Thipi Thai. Thipi Thai would love to welcome your pup at one of their pet-friendly tables (weather permitting). Grab your best walking shoes, flexible Fido leash and harness, and hit the trails at the renown Illinois Prairie Path. Also a part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy project, the Illinois Prairie Path features over sixty miles of biking trails that extend to DuPage’s neighboring counties. Believe it or not, the Illinois Prairie Path was one of the State's first rails to convert into trails!