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In the western suburbs of bustling Chicago, you’ll find the charming village of Lisle. Adorned with flowers in warmer months and beautiful white snow in winter, Lisle has lots of things for you and your dog to enjoy together. In the event that your pet needs medical attention or just a yearly check-up, Lisle has nine veterinarian clinics to care for your furry friend.

Be sure to visit the Woodglen Park and Surrey Ridge Park. Both have lovely walking paths and open fields. Surrey Ridge Park has a quiet pond to walk around, and Woodglen Park has picnic shelters that are perfect for a snack with Fido.

If you’re visiting Lisle and need a place to stay, the Sheraton Lisle Hotel is a woofderful option. Not only is the hotel pet-friendly, it’s also just over a mile away from Lisle’s quaint city center, making it easily accessible to downtown restaurants and shopping.

There’s no shortage of delicious pizza to be had in Lisle. A furrific place to grab a slice downtown is Evviva! In warmer months, they love to host leashed dogs on their patio. Another great spot for some puperoni is Passero’s Pizza. Make yourself comfortable with Fido in their outdoor seating area and chow down on some delicious pizza or pasta. They also serve Chicago-Style hot dogs!

With all the fur-iendly amenities, you just might want to stay a while in Lisle!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lisle

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    Population Density 3,337/sq mi

    #1 Lisle North East

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    You and your pooch will love the variety of the Lisle North East neighborhood. Enjoy a walk with your leashed pup around Lisle’s gem, PrairieWalk Pond. There’s lots of nature to see and sniff on the .3 mile trail, like wildflowers, native vegetation, wildlife, scenic overlooks and more. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags. After your jaunt around the pond, follow the trail on the east side of the park to Downtown Lisle. Once you’re there, grab a tasty bite to eat at the dog-friendly Yerbabuena Mexican Cuisine or Rayme’s Steak & Fish House.
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    Population Density 2,151/sq mi

    #2 Lisle North West

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    Get ready for a scenic tail-wagging stroll in the Lisle North West neighborhood. Lisle’s huge and pawsome Community Park has nearly 110 acres of beautiful area to explore with your leashed dog. Open year-round, you and your furry friend can take a jaunt through open fields or on the park’s 5.4 miles of walking paths, hang out by the fishing ponds or enjoy a snack in a picnic shelter. There’s lots of fun for the family with sledding hills, sports fields, tennis courts and a playground. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 3,265/sq mi

    #3 Burlington Ave / Fender Rd

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    There’s tons of parks for a puptacular walk with your leashed pooch in this neighborhood. Open year-round, Hitchcock Woods is a pawpular place to go, with 18 acres of trees and a creek that runs through it! You may even see some wildlife while on the walking path. Candlewood Park is another nearby expansive park with walking paths meandering through its 11 acres. There’s also a pawsome spot for a picnic at Peach Creek Park’s covered tables, or on a blanket in its open fields. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 4,827/sq mi

    #4 River Bend

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    Feel the grass under your paws and breathe in the fresh air in Lisle’s River Bend neighborhood. River Road Park has 8.5 acres with open fields for you and your leashed pup to stretch your legs. In warmer months, grab a spot under a shade tree and relax with your furry pal. There’s also a playground and soccer nets. Be sure to bring a leash, drinking water and cleanup bags for your excursion. After your walk, head over to the nearby Maple Avenue Pub. They have a great outdoor seating area available when the weather permits, where you and your dog are welcome.
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    Population Density 3,670/sq mi

    #5 The Meadows

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    Locals love Kingston Park in The Meadows neighborhood. Open year-round, this park welcomes leashed pooches. You’ll especially love it in the warmer months with its seven acres of manicured open grassy areas. There’s also a walking path, fishing pond, playground, sledding hill and tennis courts. Just a few blocks away is the six acre Meadows Center Park. Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy the open fields. There’s also a playground for the kiddies. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags.
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