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Hampshire is a village of more than 6,000 people in Kane County, Illinois. It's only 60 miles from Chicago, but there is plenty to do within the village limits in Hampshire, which boasts an excellent parks and recreation system. Hampshire is a close-knit community, and you'll often find community events taking place at its local parks. One of these parks is called the Ralph Seyller Memorial Park, and it's located slightly east of central Hampshire. Ralph Seyller Park is ideal for large gatherings, sporting events, or a trip to the playground. This park is nestled along a walking path where you can bring your dog for a lovely stroll, but they must be on a leash.

After a day at the park in Hampshire with your dog and your family, you can refuel at a local restaurant called Red Ox. Red Ox Restaurant and Bar is a popular family restaurant in central Hampshire that allows pets to join their owners for a meal at their outdoor tables. They serve meals like BBQ baby back ribs, steak dinners, pizza, burgers, seafood, and pasta. Not only does Hampshire have pet-friendly parks and restaurants, but there is also an animal hospital in town, and several more beyond the borders of the village. Hampshire is a wonderful place to live with your dog, and you'll find plenty to do in the area that doesn't require leaving your pet at home!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hampshire

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    Population Density 707/sq mi

    #1 West Batavia

    Batavia is a little more than 20 miles, or a half-hour drive, from Hampshire, and in the city's west side you'll find the Batavia Bark Park. This dog park is a 3-acre patch of land located within the 58-acre West Main Community Park. There is lots of space for everyone to run and play at this park, but it isn't divided into sections for big and small dogs. The park provides visitors with seating, shade, and a covered pavilion. Right beside the park is a lovely body of water where dogs like to take a dip. This part of the park isn't fenced in, however so keep an extra close eye on Rover here.
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    Population Density 1,257/sq mi

    #2 Lippold Park

    A dog park with everything a dog could ever dream of is less than half an hour's drive from Hampshire! The Hound Town Dog Park in Crystal Lake, Illinois is located in the western part of the city, in the 310-acre Lippold Park. This dog park is a local favorite for many reasons: it has big and little dog sections, plenty of bright and fun agility equipment, water fountains, shade, seating, and waste bags. Lippold Park also has sports fields, batting cages, a skate park, concession stands, and more than five miles of trails for you to traverse with your pooch.
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    Population Density 249/sq mi

    #3 Bull Valley

    Woodstock is a city in Illinois with a population of more than 25,000 people, and it's just over 20 miles from Hampshire. To the east of the city limits in the Bull Valley area, there's a place called the Bull Valley Dog Park that is lots of fun for dogs and their humans. At a vast seven acres, this dog park is so big it often feels like it isn't fenced in, but rest assured -- it is! It's one large park, rather than being divided into sections for different sizes of dogs. Residents of Bull Valley and Woodstock can buy an annual permit for $65, and non-residents can purchase a permit for $130.
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    Population Density 891/sq mi

    #4 West Lake in the Hills

    Only 14 miles northeast of Hampshire is the village of Lake in the Hills, Illinois with a population of around 30,000 people. In western Lake in the Hills, there's a 10-acre dog park that is sure to become a favorite of yours and your pet's! The Lake in the Hills Dog Park has not one, not two, but three separate sections for dogs: one for new dogs to adjust to the park, a general section, and a third section that gets rotated so the park never needs to be closed for maintenance. There's also lots of shade, seating, water, and waste bags in the park.
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    Population Density 1,328/sq mi

    #5 N 1st Street

    Don't let the name fool you -- the Katz Dog Park is a paradise for dogs, and there are no felines in sight. The Katz Dog Park is located in Dekalb, Illinois, which is about 18 miles from Hampshire. This dog park has a section for large dog breeds as well as one for little dogs. There are also water fountains in the park that both humans and pets can access. Along the fence, there are hooks for hanging your dog's leash, so that's one less thing you have to worry about carrying. There are also waste bag dispensers, garbage bins, and shaded seating provided at this park.
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