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Dog Areas in Lake In The Hills

34 Parks
6 Trails
1 Shop
5 Groomers

The village of Lake in the Hills is a pawtastic community for dogs and their owners. There are a variety of parks and trails where you and Fido can get some exercise together. When your pup needs professional attention, you'll be able to find a veterinarian in town.

Take your special pal fishing at Turtle Island Park off Indian Trail. This small facility has a gazebo and an overlook onto the lake. Bring a canoe and launch out into the water for a relaxing day with your pooch. Remember to keep your dog on a leash and clean up his waste.

There's a furiffic park on the east side of town. Head to Hoffman Park and walk along the trails with your furry friend. You can also purchase an annual pass from the Carey Park District to use the 18-acre, off-leash dog run located in this facility.

Another wonderful natural area to hike with your four-footed friend is Fox Bluff Conservation Area. This 273-acre facility has 0.6 miles of hiking trails. Dogs are permitted on the trails as long as they're on a leash up to ten feet long and you pick up any waste.

There are a range of outdoor activities available for you and your pup to enjoy in the Lake in the Hills area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lake In The Hills

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,278/sq mi

    #1 West Lake in the Hills

    West Lake in the Hills includes an apartment complex, single-family homes, and a pawtastic park. You can walk along the sidewalks in this neighborhood to get some exercise. For a chance to treat your special pal to some social time with other pups, become a member of the off-leash Bark Park on Haligus Road. This fenced facility includes water stations, tables, and waste receptacles. Register with Lake in the Hills Village Hall for an annual membership. You'll need to provide proof of current vaccinations and evidence that you've owned your canine companion for at least six months to qualify for a membership.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,257/sq mi

    #2 NW Lake in the Hills

    In NW Lake in the Hills, there's a development of private residences, a disc golf course, and a community park. This neighborhood has sidewalks where you can walk your pooch. When you want to get out and enjoy some green space with your furry pal, head to Sunset Park. There are trails here where you can stroll or jog to get some exercise. Loop around the facility or play with your pup in the open fields. Dogs are allowed in designated parts of the park as long as they're on a leash. Make sure you immediately clean up any droppings when visiting the park with your pal.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,930/sq mi

    #3 Boulder Ridge

    The neighborhood of Boulder Ridge is an upscale residential area that surrounds a country club golf course. There are ample paths and sidewalks where you and your four-footed pal can go for a stroll here. A furiffic area to take your pup for some outdoor recreation is Exner Marsh Nature Preserve. Hike along the 1.5 miles of natural surface trails in this wetland area. Enjoy the scenic views from the trail into shallow ponds and bogs in this 116-acre facility. Dogs can join you here, provided you keep them on a leash and you immediately clean up after them. Pack water for your outing.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,820/sq mi

    #4 Central

    In Central Lake in the Hills, you'll find streets with single-family homes, a few community parks, and a nice walking trail. You and Fido will be able to take a quiet walk on the neighborhood sidewalks here. When you want to go for a longer hike or jog, head to Willow's Edge Park on Huntley Road. Walk along the path past fields and along the lakes here with your canine companion. You can extend your outing by following the trail south and east to Woodscreek Park. Dogs are welcome to accompany you in designated areas of these public facilities as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up any droppings.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,016/sq mi

    #5 Indian Trail

    The area around Indian Trail includes a lake, single-family residences, condos, and access to some parks and trails. This is a pawesome place to go for a quiet stroll through the neighborhood with your pooch. You can also head to Ken Carpenter Park on Randall Road to get some fresh air and exercise. There are some open fields where you and your furry friend can play frisbee in this facility. In addition, there's a paved pathway here that heads south through open spaces. Leased dogs can join you, provided you keep them under control. Remember to bring waste bags and water for your excursion.
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