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Dog Areas in Manhattan, IL

10 Parks
2 Shops
1 Eatery
3 Groomers

Manhattan is a small village in Will County, Illinois that is known for its large immigrant population due to the establishment of the railroad during the mid-19th century. Although Manhattan is small, it is still home to six wonderful veterinarians that your dog can help to keep your best furry friend healthy!

Be sure to visit one of the great parks that Manhattan has to offer. Palmer Valley park is a beautiful park that offers a playground, benches for relaxing, a baseball field and a wide-open grass space that is perfect for fetch. If you would rather just get a nice walk in with your furry friend, Palmer Valley Park has a great walking path the goes through and circles the park.

If you and Fido want to grab a bite to eat together, be sure to stop into Home Folks Drive Inn in Manhattan. This pawsome eatery is a casual diner setting that serves homemade food. They like to keep everything retro, so instead of normal tables outside, they offer picnic tables for you and your dog to eat at. Before leaving, make sure to grab a milkshake or ice cream cone to complete your meal, maybe even Fido could get a lick.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Manhattan, IL

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 66/sq mi

    #1 Wauponsee Trail

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    If you and Fido are looking for a great spot to hike and explore, check out the Wauponsee Glacial Trail. This dogtastic trail is 22.3-miles long with a mixture of asphalt and crushed stone to walk on. The trail is popular among bikers, so make sure to watch your dog while exploring. The trail also has a restroom along it and some water fountains, so if you forget your water then you won’t have to worry. The trail does not have a lot of shade, so be ware that you and Fido can get a little hot.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 169/sq mi

    #2 Manhattan

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    The Manhattan neighborhood is home to the Manhattan Park District, a great place to take Fido for a fun day out at the park. The park offers tons of amenities like a playground, splash pad, a covered pavilion with picnic tables, and a wide-open grass field. Be aware that the park is home to a lot of local events and youth programs, so be sure to check the schedule if your pup is nervous around crowds. Although the park is covered with tons of trees, make sure to bring water for Fido and some clean-up bags as well. If the Manhattan Park District is too busy for your liking, then take a walk over to Central Park. It’s smaller then Manhattan Park District, but still offers a great walking path and grass for your dog to roll on.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,713/sq mi

    #3 Wilton

    24

    The Laughton Preserve is a pawsome 430-acre park that is perfect to explore with your furry friend. The park offers amenities like geocaching, wildlife viewing, a covered pavilion with picnic tables, and fishing. The Forked Creek runs through the Laughton Preserve and is a perfect spot to let Fido splash around and get some water. Take advantage of the picnic area and bring some tasty munchies to share with Fido while you adventure through this park. The park is surrounded by big beautiful trees that will help keep your dog shaded. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while you are visiting the park, and don’t forget your clean-up bags.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 11,472/sq mi

    #4 Rockdale

    12

    Joliet is only nine miles out from Manhattan and home to the Illinois and Michigan Canal NHC Multi-use Trail. This amazing trail is 79.5-miles long and a mixture of asphalt, crushed stone, grass, and gravel to walk across. The trail will take you along the waterway of the Illinois river, and at every mile marker there will be a cool educational sign to peruse. The trail is used for many different activities, including biking, fishing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. Depending on how far you walk, the trail can take you through other nearby towns like Romeoville or Lemont.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 866/sq mi

    #5 Prairie/ Ridge

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    Seven miles out of Manhattan is the town of New Lenox which offers a great hiking trail for you and Fido to enjoy. The Old Plank Road Trail is a pawsome 21.8-miles long path with an asphalt surface to walk on. The trail will take you from this neighborhood through the Chicago Heights neighborhood in New Lenox, which is conveniently close to coffee shops. If you're a fan of history you will love this trail, since it takes you along the same path that the American Indians used. Be sure to bring water for your pup to stay hydrated and some clean-up bags while you explore this fun trail with your pup.

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