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Dog Areas in La Grange Park

6 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
4 Eateries

La Grange Park is a peaceful village located in Cook County, Illnois. As a suburb of Chicago, you will find many beautiful and historic homes here, and can wander through streets that are lot quieter and more laidback than the bright lights of the city. This means it is a furiendly place to bring your pup! There are also eight veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in the area, which means that help in emergencies is never too far away.

La Grange Park is pup paradise with plenty of natural woodland areas and parks you can explore with your dog in tow. The Twenty-sixth Street Woods is a relaxing place for a stroll, with grass your dog will love and trails to expend some energy. Gordon Park is a 17 acre neighborhood spot that has a walking path to take your pup on leash, as well as a playground and soccer fields for the kids. 

If you love burgers and beer, don’t miss out on the Hillgrove Tap. This place is always lively and has a delicious menu and wide selection of beer available. But, the best part is that they welcome dogs on the outdoor patio! Another pawsome place to grab lunch or dinner is the Solstice Cuisine for the Seasons. They have an extensive menu and there are twelve outdoor tables, which means you can bring your furry friend along too.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in La Grange Park

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    Population Density 3,546/sq mi

    #1 North La Grange


    In North La Grange, you will find plenty of places to eat that are dog friendly. This includes Q BBQ, which has a delicious menu for you and your pup! Now your furry friend can tuck into some shredded chicken and carrots while you enjoy your meal. If you fancy some nice wine and Italian food, be sure to check out Bella Bacino’s. This place has a welcoming atmosphere and dogs are able to join you on the outdoor patio. To take your pup for a walk, you can head to Gilbert Park. They are sure to love the open grass for playing fetch, as long as they are on leash.

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    Population Density 6,245/sq mi

    #2 Harding Woods


    From Harding Woods, you are able to join the Salt Creek Greenway Trail, which is a hidden gem of La Grange Park. This place is sure to have your dog’s tail wagging all day long! The sniff-tastic trail is 13.8 miles long and all dogs are welcome, so long as they remain on leash. The shade from the trees is great for staying cool during warmer days, and you can enjoy the beauty of nature as you explore with your furry friend. Although it doesn’t get busy, there is a chance you will meet other dog lovers along the way, which is great for socializing your pup.

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    Population Density 7,943/sq mi

    #3 Brezina Woods


    To go on an adventure with your pup, head to Brezina Woods! This natural forest preserve has sniff-tastic trails to explore and your dog will love all the new sights and smells of nature. Early in the morning, you can also spot deer if you stay quiet! Since bikes and runners can use the trails too, it is best to keep your furry friend on his leash. This will make sure everybody has a pup-tastic day out together! As well as trails, there are also some open grass areas where you can play fetch or practice your pup’s new training.

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    Population Density 4,346/sq mi

    #4 La Grange Park


    A pup-tastic place to escape the hustle and busy of city life has got to be Possum Hollow Woods. While not as popular as other parks in the puptown of La Grange Park, this place still has plenty to offer your furry friend. There is a paved path through the woodlands, where you can spot birds and your dog can investigate new smells. Since there is wildlife, it is best to keep your dog on their leash. As you are out in the woods, be sure to bring some water for you and your pup, as well as some treats to keep your energy high. 

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    Population Density 5,653/sq mi

    #5 Candycane Park


    Every dog loves to exercise, so what better place to take your pup for a treat than Brookfield Woods? Here you will find plenty of open green grass to play fetch with your dog’s favorite ball or toys, as well as a paved trail to explore. If you love nature, this is a great place to take in the sights and smells of the trees and greenery. The path has lines for bikes and walking, so this means it is best to keep your dog on their leash. This way everyone can have fun and a pawsome time on the trail together!

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