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Dog Areas in Loves Park

6 Parks
3 Trails
4 Shops
5 Eateries
6 Groomers

You'll find love for the furry, four-legged, and two-legged crowd in the city of Loves Park, Illinois! The city got its name from Malcolm Love. The city saw a huge pupulation boom in the 1950s as Loves Park industrialized along the Rock River. The friendly atmosphere and low cost of living keep people flocking to take part in this fun-loving city! Events like the annual Young at Heart Festival, which takes place on Memorial Day keeps residents coming together to celebrate the culture of Loves Park!

Dog owners have an enduring love for this place! There are 11 veterinarians, 6 pet groomers, and 4 pet shops right with the city limits! You'll never travel far for Fido's needs! If you're looking to get out of the house for some fun where the dogs are welcome, there are pawesome pet-friendly options all over town. If you like outdoor excursions, you can hike around Rock Cut Stone Park or visit one of the 6 city-owned parks for a miniature version. Also, you'll never have to leave Fido alone for dinner when you're out the town again! There are 5 pet-friendly spots to choose from, with many more franchises that serve delicious eats all around the city. Fido knows it's all lovely in Loves Park!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Loves Park

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 202/sq mi

    #1 Rock Cut State Park


    Does your dog love to pretend your living room is a forest? Sounds like Fido could get out of the house for some exercise! In the northern pocket of Loves Park, you'll find Rock Cut Stone Park, a 3,092-acre park that carves beautifully into the land. There are two lakes -- Pierce Lake and Olson Lake -- that offer great spots for fishing and water recreation. You and Fido can also hunt, hike, camp, and much more in Rock Cut Stone Park. You can even sign up for the dog training classes offered here. This place is for the pups that love to go dog wild! Whether your hunting down a geocache or hunting down deer, you and Fido will have a blast in Rock Cut Stone Park!

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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 2,978/sq mi

    #2 Harlem


    Does your dog love to play and frolic with the other neighborhood pups? If you live in the Harlem neighborhood, you can take your dog to Olson Park, home to the Canine Corners Dog Park. This off-leash 6.5-acre puppy paradise is the ultimate off-leash experience! The play area is fenced so dogs can socialize in a safe environment. You can buy a day pass which is $5 a day or buy the season pass which will end up being much cheaper at $40 for a furry resident and $50 for out-of-towners! Well worth it when your Fido gets plenty of exercise and tail-sniffing gossip time with their neighborhood puppy pals! 

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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,406/sq mi

    #3 Riverside Boulevard


    Do your dogs love going to the local neighborhood watering holes because they'll get all the attention they want? If you live in Rockford neighborhood, you can visit the Aero Ale House off Riverside Boulevard where you can eat and drink while your dogs get their bellies scratched! Aero Ale House serves up local and regional crafts like Nektar Slice of Life or the Alaskan Husky IPA. These brews pair great with their upscale pub-food menu. You can dine on entrees like the 3 AM & I'm Hungry!!! burger, Munchie Mac, or Blackened Mahi-Mahi! This dining experience gives you a "Tail of Two Cities" -- belly scratches for Fido and great food and drinks for you!

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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 2,538/sq mi

    #4 Pepper Drive


    Does your dog just enjoy a simple trip to the park to prance around in the grass and maybe play a few rounds of fetch? If you live off Pepper Drive, you have a few options in pet-friendly parks. The first is Gambino Park, which has a nice area to walk in that's not overly crowded. The slightly bigger sister park, Landstrom Park, is also eye candy for the strolling crowd. This park has waterfalls and wood-stone pathways that "offur" a quaint hike with Fido. Both parks are within walking distance of Pepper Drive and also make great areas for a family picnic. Fido's always invited!

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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density None/sq mi

    #5 Central Rockford


    Does your dog enjoy the finest of dog-friendly dining? If you visit the neighborhood of central Rockford, you’ll find enough pet-friendly restaurants to feed Clifford, the Big Red Dog! "Furst" option is Thunder Bay Grille, which has a rustic, cozy ambiance with fireplaces and a beautiful patio where Fido can sit with you for dinner. You can munch your way through a Charcuterie Board, Bison Burger, or the Slow Roasted Prime Rib. Another option is the Tavern on Clark. This pet-friendly spot has great drinks and food — you won't find average pub food here! Try the Lobster Tail Tacos, Grilled Cheese Millennium, or the Salmon Oscar. Fido will be begging you to visit again so you two can "bone-a-pet-treat!"

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