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Dog Areas in Homer Glen

6 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
1 Eatery
5 Groomers

The village of Homer Glen, located about 32 miles southwest of Chicago in Will County, is a pawtastic place for you and Fido to explore. With six community parks, an extensive trail system, and a forest preserve area, there are numerous opportunities for you and your furry friend to get out and enjoy nature.

Head over to Culver Park with your pup to connect with the Heroes Trail System. This multi-use path includes several segments that link to other parks in the city. Dogs are permitted on the trail as long as they're kept on a leash. Make sure you pick up your pup's waste when using the trail, and you'll also want to bring some drinking water along.

When you want to enjoy a special treat with your canine companion, go to the Iron Horse Creamery. Enjoy a burger or hot dog and some refreshing ice cream for dessert while Fido lounges at your feet. Dogs are welcome to join you at the outdoor tables. Just make sure to bring a leash and a water bowl for your BFF!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Homer Glen

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,511/sq mi

    #1 Homer Glen

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    Looking to take a quiet stroll with your best fur-iend? Take Fido to Town Center Park, located in central Homer Glen, and walk through the open fields to get some fresh air and exercise. This park has plenty to offer humans, including 35 acres of sports fields, pavilions, restrooms, and even concession stands. Dogs on leashes are permitted on the walking path and in the turf areas of the park. Make sure you pick up any waste. Since this isn't a designated dog park, you'll need to bring all the necessary supplies, like doggie waste bags and drinking water.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 629/sq mi

    #2 Messenger Woods

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    In the Messenger Woods neighborhood, you and Fido can head to Messenger Marsh. This 620-acre natural area features a crushed limestone trail that's just over 3.4 miles long. Go hiking or jogging here with your pooch. Dogs are allowed to join you on the trail as long as they're on a leash and you pick up their waste. After you stretch your legs, treat your pal to social time with other pups at the 7-acre, off-leash dog park in the preserve. This enclosed exercise area includes a 1.1-acre area for dogs under 35 pounds and a larger play space for large dogs.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 732/sq mi

    #3 Hadley

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    Located in the southern part of Homer Glen, the neighborhood of Hadley is a lovely area to explore with Fido. Head to the Hadley Valley Preserve (Bruce Road Access) to get some exercise and fresh air with your canine pal. This 726-acre facility includes wetlands, savanna, and forest areas. Go hiking or running with your pup on the 5.1-mile crushed limestone path that cuts across the preserve. You can also pack a lunch and have a picnic at the shelter in the park. Dogs are permitted on the trails in this nature area as long as you keep them leashed and you pick up their waste.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,220/sq mi

    #4 Twin Lakes

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    Take Fido to Lamers Park in the neigborhood of Twin Lakes to get some fresh air. This 9-acre park is a great place to enjoy a picnic and view wildlife. Bring along a pole and try some fishing in the pond. Remember to keep Fido on a leash while in this area. When you want to give your pup some off-leash entertainment, head to the Trantina Dog Park, located between Cedar and Gougar Roads. This 2-acre facility  has benches and separate play areas for smaller and larger dogs. You can also leash up your pup and walk along the mowed trail that surrounds the dog park.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,670/sq mi

    #5 Goodings Grove

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    When you're looking for a pupcredible place to explore with your special pal, go to the neighborhood of Goodings Grove, located in the northeast part of Homer Glen. Head to Tampier Slough Woods, just north of Goodings Grove, and hike through the woods and wetlands around the Sag Valley Trail. This trail goes from Wolf Road, past Tampier Lake, and up around McGinty Slough. After you get some exercise, settle down for a picnic with your furry friend at the Tampier Greenway Family Picnic Area. Remember to keep your pup on a leash and to pick up any waste while visiting the facility.
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