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Dog Areas in Moline

12 Parks
1 Trail
14 Shops
8 Eateries
10 Groomers

Moline got its name from the word moulin, a French word that means mill town. The urban city is located on a massive bluff, and situated between the shores of the Rock River and the Mississippi River. Thanks to this location, the city became a thriving mill town, and soon turned into an industrial hub for the area. The city has put that money back into the community, creating 18 dog-friendly public parks that included over 728 acres of space, open trails, and also hosts five animal hospitals.

Riverside Park is a gorgeous northern park, with views of the Mississippi River and the bordering state of Iowa. The park takes up 55 acres of space, offering up lush green fields, a pool, recreational fields and courts, paved trails, and a fishing pond. Enclosed tennis courts and light baseball fields are in the park, along with a playground, a picnic pavilion, shaded sitting areas, restrooms, a gazebo, water fountains, benches, and lots of room to play with Fido. Leash up Fido before coming here!

Stephen's Park is a completely wooded park, with forested trails, areas of open space, lots of shade, and other amazing features for Fido and you. The multiple athletic fields consist of baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, picnic pavilions, restrooms, and paved walking trails. Fido can run around in the fenced-in baseball fields or take a walk under the shaded paths, as long as they remain on a leash.

Moline is not only a major muttropolis in the area, but also a hub for dog-friendly places, a walkable downtown, and lots of love for its four-legged residents.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Moline

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    Population Density 2,831/sq mi

    #1 Moline Center

    Moline Center is actually on the northern side of the city, and is home to the city's business and main shopping center. Right on the water is a park known as Ben Butterworth Parkway, a 50-acre park with open space, a boat launch, fishing pier, a playground, 3 miles of paved walkways, and a playground to enjoy. The park is dog-friendly and provides a fun place to play along the water, or a serene trail to take a walk with your pup. Additional features of the park include water fountains, clean-up bags, trash bins, and benches. The park connects to the Green River Trail, a paved walkway along the water that extends over a mile. The trail is dog-friendly, made from asphalt, and has benches along the way.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,916/sq mi

    #2 Overlook

    Overlook is a suburban residential community on the west side of the city's center that looks over the Mississippi River. The best park inside the community is Velie Park, a small wooded park with paved walkways and lush areas to play in with your pooch. There's benches, picnic areas, and a small park to enjoy, with clean-up bags, water fountains, and chairs available. Down the street is Kiwanis Park, a peaceful and quiet park that has a large shaded area, with picnic tables and a nice lawn to play on. You'll have to bring water and clean-up bags, and leash up Fido inside both parks.
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    Population Density 6,820/sq mi

    #3 Greater Tartan Oaks

    The Greater Tartan Oaks neighborhood is a tight-knit community packed with rows of residential homes and well-kept parks in the center of the city. The park of choice for the area is Browning Park, due to its large open field, stadium, large playground, and paved walking trails. The dog-friendly park requires pups to be on a leash, but offers a picnic pavilion, water fountains, restrooms, benches, and trash bins. Prospect Park is the same size as Browning, but offers an entirely forested area with over 2 miles of trails, a fishing pond, a playground, and recreational sports fields. Dogs do need to be on a leash, and can enjoy features like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,016/sq mi

    #4 Poplar Grove

    Poplar Grove is a lush green neighborhood with lots of vegetation and residential homes along the Rock River. Green forests and fields surround green Valley Park, which is filled with vibrant grassy spaces and a large fishing pond. The park is dog-friendly and has some great amenities for your pup and you to enjoy, like eight fenced-in baseball fields restrooms, open space to let Fido run around in paved walkways, and a picnic area to sit and relax in and enjoy the sights. Wiman Park is on the northern side of the neighborhood and provides a forested area to explore with Fido. Shaded trails, open areas, and lagoon for fishing fill the park, with extra features like basketball courts, a jungle gym, and tennis courts with water fountains.
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    Population Density 960/sq mi

    #5 Bridgeway Addition

    Bridgeway Addition is a residential and shopping central neighborhood on the south-west corner of the city, along Rock River. The Ben Williamson Park is one of the most visited parks of the neighborhood, thanks to its riverfront location, wooded trails and open areas along the water to play in. There are also paved trails, water fountains, and a picnic area available, and the park doesn't require pups to be on a leash inside it. Harold's Landing Park is another waterfront park, but with fewer trees and more open area, with paved walkways and a playground along the water. There are multiple features, like a basketball court, picnic tables, water fountains, shaded sitting areas, and clean-up stations available to leashed pups.
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