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Dog Areas in Olympia Fields

5 Parks
2 Trails
30 Shops
16 Eateries

Olympia Fields has one of the best origin stories. We all know that, as the railroads headed west, people followed. Towns popped up out of nowhere all over the country, all thanks to the railroad. That isn't this town's story, though. Olympia Fields was created because the rich people who built the railroad and the towns wanted to get away from the chaos and busy life that they created. Olympia Fields was just fields and beautiful countyside, so, naturally, these rich folks built a golf course. Before 1919, people wanted to live on this golf course so bad that they built tents to do so. Yep, Olympia Fields is here because people wanted to play golf and never go back to their normal lives!

Now that you know the history, you just have to bring your dog and come see the first real building built here in 1924. It's now considered the Clubhouse. It was the center of the area where people met up to play together, have lunch, and be social. Feel free to explore the grounds with your leashed pooch to learn more about its history.

If you want to get some exercise, stop by Bicentennial Park. You can enjoy some time just walking the trails and taking in the beauty that made the area so appealing to everyone. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Olympia Fields

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,706/sq mi

    #1 arcadia

    Arcadia Park is a 1.5-acre park that has a little something to offer the whole family! There are wide open spaces to run and play, playgrounds, soccer fields, and picnic tables, just to name a few activities. The grills are open to the public and ready to use. Your dog can join you as long as you keep him on his leash. Make sure that you bring water, because there is no running water at the park. Dogs are not allowed on the slides or swings. In the winter months, you can come and sled down the hill if you want to. Don't fur-get to bring some waste bags to keep the park as clean as you found it!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,706/sq mi

    #2 Evergreen Circle

    Come and explore the natural side of Olympia Fields. Elliot Woods Park is a reserve area that has paved trails through the natural wooded areas. You will find that the almost seven acres are mostly untouched by people. This gives you and your dog a chance to enjoy some peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle. Remember that there is no running water at the park, so you will need to bring some for you and your pup. Leashes are required while you are here. There's also lots of wildlife so bring a camera and get some great shots.
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    Population Density 1,706/sq mi

    #3 W 207th St

    Sergeant Means Park is a dream come true! There are 20 acres to discover and explore here. You will have to keep your dog on a leash, but he won't mind because there is so much to do. Nature trails can be found all throughout the park. There is a no-walking section that is set up just for the wildflowers to grow, which is the perfect place for pictures. You will love the sledding op-paw-tunities in the winter. Of course, you'll also find ball fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas as well. They have restrooms and running water, so all you need to bring are some doggie waste bags to keep the park clean and tidy.
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    Population Density 1,706/sq mi

    #4 Tolentine Park

    Toletine Park is huge. There is so much to do and see that you and your dog can spend the whole day here. The playground and splash pad are off-limits to furry friends, except on doggie splash day. The park has a community garden where you can sign up for days to come and help out! The trails are open all year long so you can walk through some natural areas as well as some wildflower zones. Remember your leash, and please don't pick the flowers. They have restrooms and running water, so all you need to bring is a water dish.
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    Population Density 1,706/sq mi

    #5 Olympia Subdivision

    The Trails of Olympia begin at the Olympia Subdivision. This trail takes twists and turns throughout the entire city. You will find that you can stop along the way to grab a drink and keep right on going. This is a great way to see the city in its entirety. It takes you through the shopping areas, parks, and trails, and is a great way to get some mutts-needed exercise. If you just want a quiet stroll that lets you see the sights of the city with your dog by your side, then this is the trail system for you! Don't fur-get to pack your waste bags.
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