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Dog Areas in Midlothian, IL

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Midlothian is a village of nearly 15,000 people in Cook County, Illinois. It is also considered a suburb of southwestern Chicago, which means you're not far from all the amenities the big city offers. Midlothian was incorporated as a village in 1917 after a group of wealthy Chicagoans took to the rolling hills of the Midlothian Country Club golf course to get a break from the big city. Today, Midlothian still has those beautiful rolling hills and green grass, but there are plenty of shops, restaurants, and other businesses in town, too. One of these businesses includes Midlothian's own animal clinic, as well as several others that are just a short drive from the village.

Midlothian doesn't have its own off-leash dog park, but it is still a great place to live if you're a dog owner, and there are plenty of off-leash parks just outside of the village limits. One such park is the Bremen Grove Off-Leash Area in Tinley Park, Illinois, which is one of the Forest Preserves of Cook County off-leash areas. This park is just five miles or a 13-minute drive from Midlothian. Bremen Grove offers visitors seven acres of space to explore, including a big dog section and another for small dogs, along with 33 miles of trails. This park is fully fenced, and it has a double-gated entry for added safety. To access any of the Cook County Off-Leash parks, you'll need to purchase an annual permit. You and Rover are going to love visiting the parks and recreation spaces in the Midlothian area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Midlothian, IL

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    Population Density 7,050/sq mi

    #1 Mt. Greenwood

    Chicago has an excellent parks and recreation system, and one of the city's biggest parks is less than a 15-minute drive from Midlothian. The Mt. Greenwood Park is located in the Mt. Greenwood area, and this 24.38-acre park may not have an off-leash area, but there is plenty you can do here with your dog on a leash. There are several sports fields, playgrounds, a swimming pool, splash park, and tennis courts in the park. This is a lovely place to walk your dog, and the park's gardens are beautifully maintained, making it a peaceful and pleasant place to get some exercise.
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    Population Density 5,316/sq mi

    #2 Southeast Homewood

    Homewood is a city in Illinois with a population of around 20,000 people, and it is just 10 miles from Midlothian. In the southeastern part of the city, there's a dog park called Rover's Run. This dog park makes the safety and health of dogs who visit this park their number one priority, which is why they require members to get a signed form from their vet and pay a yearly fee. Within the park, there is a separate training area with its own entrance, covered shelters, benches, drinking water, and agility equipment. There is a walking path surrounding the green space in the park so humans can stroll comfortably while their dog plays.
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    Population Density 18,798/sq mi

    #3 Loop

    The Loop is the central business district of downtown Chicago, and it's a hub of a lot of the city's activity. It takes less than a half an hour to drive here from Midlothian, and it's where the Grant Park Dog Park is located as well. This 18,000 square foot, fenced-in, off-leash dog park is within Chicago's famous Grant Park, and it's one of the community's favorite recreation spots. This dog park isn't divided into sections for big and small dogs, and the park provides running water and waste disposal items for the convenience of all visitors.
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    Population Density 681/sq mi

    #4 messenger marsh

    Homer Glen, Illinois is 21 miles from Midlothian, and in the Messenger Marsh area, there's a dog park you won't want to miss. The Messenger Marsh Dog Park is a five-acre fenced-in dog park with a one-acre space for small dogs to play safely. To keep human and canine visitors comfortable during their visit, seating and shade are both provided in the dog park. In the greater Messenger Marsh park area, there are multi-use trails for hikers or equestrians and picnic facilities that make this an excellent place for the whole family to spend a day together.
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    Population Density 16,282/sq mi

    #5 Hyde Park

    Jackson Bark is regarded by many as the best dog park in all of Chicago, and it takes just over a half an hour to get there from Midlothian. Jackson Bark is located on the edge of the famous Hyde Park, and most people think of it as a dog amusement park more than an off-leash park! This dog park is full of state of the art agility equipment and all sorts of structures and toys to keep your dogs stimulated and entertained. If you happen to show up on a slow day, your dog will still have a great time trying their paw at the obstacles throughout the park.
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