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Dog Areas in Mokena

Mokena is a moderately sized village that is located in Will County. The name of the village means "mud turtle" in a Native American language.

While you are visiting this quaint locale with your pooch, you might need a place to stay. If that's the case, then you should check out the Super 8 Mokena, which doesn't charge a pet fee, or the Mokena Airbnb Rentals. Pet fees and restrictions vary for each accommodation, so check the pet policy when booking your room.

If you are looking for a place to grab a bite or sip some coffee, you have a few options in Mokena! Oberweis Dairy, Pop's Italian Beef & Sausage, and Dairy Queen are all dog-friendly. If you need a veterinarian while you're here, don't worry; there's an animal hospital in Mokena, as well as an emergency service that you can call at any time.  

While you are in Mokena, be sure to stop by the village dog park, Park 'n Bark Dog Park, which is clean and well-maintained. You have to clean up after your dog, and you'll also need a permit to enter the park. No foods or treats are allowed in the park, and one person can bring two dogs maximum.

Although Mokena has a few dog-friendly amenities of its own, you can find more Fido-friendly things to do just a short drive away.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mokena

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    Population Density 1,778/sq mi

    #1 East Naperville

    Whalon Lake Dog Park can be found in East Naperville, about 23 miles away from Mokena. The park encompasses 8 acres, and includes a 2.5-acre separate area for small dogs under 30 pounds. Benches and picnic shelters provide a convenient place for pet parents to relax while their pups play. If you want to visit this park, you will need to get a permit beforehand. The park is pretty large and has a wooded area, which is perfect for curious pups to go exploring. Outside of the fenced area, you'll find a lake within the main park, but dogs are not allowed to swim there.
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    Population Density 1,499/sq mi

    #2 Naperville Suburbs

    Around 23 miles from Mokena, you'll find the Green Valley Forest Preserve, which is home to not one, but two pawesome dog parks! There are separate areas for small and large dogs. You'll also find a water pump in the fenced area; you'll just need to bring Fido's water bowl. The park is very big so your pup has plenty of room to run free and play fetch. The park is not very shaded, so keep that in mind if you plan on visiting in the summer. Waste bags, picnic tables, and benches are all provided -- you'll just need to bring Fido's favorite toy!
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    Population Density 987/sq mi

    #3 Ravenswood


    A little bit further northeast of Mokena, you'll find Winnemac Park. It's a bit of a trek at 45 miles away, but the drive is well worth it! Even though this park is not a designated dog park, dogs are welcome here on-leash. The park offers lots of fun recreational op-paw-tunities for humans and pups alike! This place is perfect if you want to go somewhere with the whole family and have a picnic or make a day of it. There are tennis courts, a playground for kids, beautiful landscapes, sports fields, walking trails, and more! It is a very clean park, so make sure you bring waste bags to clean up after your pooch. 

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    Population Density 1,510/sq mi

    #4 Central Homer Glen


    If you're looking for a park that's closer to Mokena, then you should check out the Messenger Marsh Dog Park. This park is located in Central Homer Glen, around 8 miles away from Mokena. It is a 5-acre dog heaven that features a separate 1- acre dog park for small dogs under 30 pounds. You need a dog permit if you want to visit this park. Walking trails, picnic tables, and shelters are all provided. Waste bags are also supplied, but make sure you bring your own water if you go there. Oh, and don't fur-get to bring a frisbee or ball for maximum off-leash fun!

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    #5 Jackson Park

    Around 38 miles away, in Chicago, you'll find a park that will make your pup really excited. The puntastic Jackson "Bark" is located in Chicago's Jackson Park neighborhood. The park is very large and very clean. There are a lot of obstacles and agility equipment, which the locals say make the park a doggie heaven!  There is water available, bags are provided and there are lots of toys. What more could you want? The tall, secure fence makes this park a safe place to play. No wonder it's so pawpular with the locals! You'll often find plenty of dogs here, so your canine companion is sure to make a few new fur-iends!
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