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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Greenwood, IL

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 720/sq mi

    #1 Wonderlake

    48

    This beautiful residential area is located on the large Wonder Lake and The Boone Creek Conservation Area! The Boone Creek Conservation Area makes up 608 acres of forest and amazing views. It also provides visitors access to a 2-mile-long hiking path, a 1.3-mile horseback trail, and wildlife observation decks. The conservation area does allow leashed dogs to join owners, but be aware that picking up after your dog is very strictly enforced. For an outing that is less intense, Jacobson Park has open spaces and walking paths that owners and leashed dogs are encouraged to utilize! Lace up your best walking shoes and hit the trails!

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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,137/sq mi

    #2 McCullom Lake

    36

    McCullom Lake is extremely accessible from Highway 31, Highway 120 and outdoor recreation! McBark Dog Park is a 4-acre, off-leash, fenced dog park where your fur baby can socialize and get some exercise! Another fun outdoor option you can enjoy with your pup includes the Prairie Trail. It is one of the 1600 national “Rails-to –Trails” walking pathways that have been transformed from old railroads and corridors, making it an ideal place to walk your dog in McCullom Lake! Any of the local parks allow you to bring your on-leash dog to enjoy their amenities, including local events. 

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 307/sq mi

    #3 Woodstock

    24

    Woodstock, Illinois is roughly 2 miles southwest of Greenwood, and offers plenty of access to dog-friendly restaurants and events! Bull Valley Dog Park is a relatively new, off-leash, fenced doggie park that covers 7 acres of open space for your pooch to run, play and meet other doggies! Emricson Park, Ryders Wood Park, Raintree Park, and the Kishwaukee Headwaters Conservation Area all allow leashed dogs to enjoy their amenities. Ethereal Confections and Public House are the dog-friendly restaurants in the area; and if you need dog friendly lodging options, look no further than Airbnb! 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 114/sq mi

    #4 Ringwood

    12
    Ringwood is a quaint yet beautiful residential area that is located at the base of the Glacial Park Nature Preserve and Glacial Park! Glacial Park sprawls over 2600 acres and is comprised of forests, prairie, rolling hills, a river and walking trails like the expansive Prairie Trail. This trail is one of the 1600 old railroads that have been converted into a large network of walking trails and paths all over the United States. The Glacial Nature Preserve is contained inside Glacier Park and provides some pretty nice amenities like scenic views, a diverse ecosystem, and walking trails!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 72/sq mi

    #5 Hebron

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    Eleven minutes north of Greenwood, the intimate community of Hebron is conveniently situated off Maple and Main Street and is extremely close to the Wisconsin-Illinois state border! Hebron Trail (Hebron to Richmond) is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy effort that repurposes old railroads into walking paths that run throughout the United States. This extensive trail system is the pawfect location to walk your pup in Hebron! If you’re in the area and need a place to crash with your pooch for the evening, Airbnb has providers that accommodate fur babies!
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