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Dog Areas in Milan, IL

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Milan is a village of more than 5,000 people in Rock Island County, Illinois. Although it's not a big city, it has all sorts of amenities to keep you and your family happy and entertained. Milan straddles the Mississippi River, and it's on the edge of an area known as the Quad Cities, so you're never far from big-city life. When you're in Milan, you're near two lovely golf courses, seven city parks, a trail, a sprayground, schools, museums, art galleries, and so much more. Dog owners enjoy living in Milan because, even though there isn't an off-leash dog park in town, there are paw-lenty of dog-friendly activities nearby!

If you're looking for a dog-friendly place to grab a bite to eat in Milan, check out Pegalo's Pizzeria & Gelato Cafe on 1st Avenue West. Pegalo's is a casual Italian eatery with two outdoor tables where your dog is welcome to join you. Their menu includes pizzas, sandwiches, nachos, soups, salads, and so much more! For dessert, you can choose from items like cinnamon breadsticks, cheesecake, tiramisu, or several flavors of gelato. After your meal, you and your pooch can make the short drive to one of several nearby dog parks to spend some time together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Milan, IL

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    Population Density 948/sq mi

    #1 Bettendorf Center

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    If you and your dog drive north across the Illinois border into Iowa, you'll arrive in central Bettendorf in only 20 minutes. This is where you'll discover the Crow Creek Dog Park. One section of the off-leash park sits on more than four acres of land, and it's a space where dogs of all sizes can interact. There's a separate section nearly three acres in size reserved for dogs who weigh less than 25 pounds. A six-foot fence surrounds the park, and it also has doggy water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and public restrooms. There are often canine-themed events at Crow Creek Dog Park, so be sure to keep an eye out for them.
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    Population Density 143/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Rock Island

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    Even though Milan doesn't have its own off-leash park, there's a pawesome dog park just a five-minute drive away. The Eleanor Wallace Dog Park can be found in southwestern Rock Island, Illinois as part of Hasselroth Park. The dog park opened in 1999, but in 2016, it was renamed to honor Eleanor Wallace, a Rock Island resident and long-time member of the parks and recreation committee. This park doesn't separate dogs by weight, so your pooch will meet friends of all sizes. There are water fountains and waste disposal supplies, as well as funky play fire hydrants your dog will get a kick out of!
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    Population Density 1,016/sq mi

    #3 The Avenue to Heritage

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    With a population of more than 40,000 people, Moline is the largest city in Rock Island County. The town's southeastern corner is about a ten-minute drive from Milan, and that's where you'll find Greenvalley Park. This city park has playgrounds, sports fields, concession stands, trails, a boat launch, and much more. There's also a dog park! The Greenvalley Dog Park takes up more than two acres of space. Visitors love how clean and quiet this off-leash park is, and that there's fresh water on-site. Other areas of Greenvalley Park, including the 6.2-mile Kiwanis Trail, are also dog-friendly if your dog is on a leash.
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    Population Density 531/sq mi

    #4 Lyons

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    In less than an hour, you and your dog can drive to northern Clinton, Iowa and arrive at the Prairie Pastures Dog Park. There is so much to love about this park, including two separate areas just for big dogs, one area for small dogs, and a special area just for senior dogs! There's also a swimming enclosure if your pet wants to take a dip, and there's a variety of agility equipment, too. The off-leash park also has features like running water for dogs to drink, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas. You'll need to pay to use this park, and you have the choice of an annual membership or a daily pass for just $3.
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    Population Density 121/sq mi

    #5 West De Witt

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    DeWitt is a city in Clinton County, Iowa with a population of more than 5,000 people. The western edge of town is about a half-hour drive from Milan, and this is where you'll find Westbrook Park. This is the city's largest park and, in addition to sports fields, playgrounds, trails, and a disc golf course, you'll also find an off-leash dog park! The DeWitt Dog Park is a two-acre space with separate enclosures for big and small dogs. The rustic feel of the dog park is enhanced by the forest areas your dog can explore. You'll also find water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas in the park.
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