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Dog Areas in Palos Heights

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Palos Heights is a must-see location on your doggy to-do list, especially if you call the beautiful state of Illinois home. Located in Cook County, a hop and a skip southwest of the bustling city of Chicago, Palos Heights is home to a number of dog-friendly restaurants you’d be doggone crazy to miss out on! With a selection of nine restaurants to choose from, for such a peaceful area, you’re spoiled for choices. Better yet, your precious pup is spoiled for choices! 

One of these locations, Zachary’s Lounge and Grill, is a stop you definitely need to make. With a selection of high-class foods, a large wine menu, and an outdoor seating area for you to enjoy with your pup, you really can’t go wrong. Locals go crazy for the restaurant's crab cake appetizers, and a nice steak with a glass of wine is never a bad choice for your main course. Just be sure to bring along a collapsible water bowl, as well as plenty of fresh drinking water for your pup. While you’re at it, bring along some treats too! You won’t be the only one with a rumble in your tummy while here.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Palos Heights

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    Population Density 29,956/sq mi

    #1 River North


    Make the trip to River North Chicago, and you’re bound to have a ball! This location in Chicago is home to the Mercury Canine cruise, a wonderful trip for you and your pup pal to go on if you’re interested in seeing the greater bay area. Water bowls and fresh drinking water are available for you and your canine companion, and Fido is free to rest in your lap or even explore the deck a bit while you relax. There is also a newspaper-lined restroom if your pup needs to potty, so you’ll have everything you need.

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    Population Density 24,332/sq mi

    #2 messenger marsh

    The trip to Messenger Marsh is definitely one worth making, so scoot your pooch on over and make your way to Messenger Marsh Dog Park. With five acres of fenced-in running space for dogs of over thirty pounds, and an additional acre for dogs under thirty pounds, your precious pup is sure to have a blast running themselves ragged. A shelter and benches in nice shady spots provide the perfect surface for you to relax while your pup makes some new pals. Just bring along some drinking water, as well as doggy waste bags, and you will be set!
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    Population Density 16,280/sq mi

    #3 Hyde Park

    Hyde Park is a must-see location, especially if you’ve got the sort of dog who has a great sense of adventure and plenty of energy. Jackson Bark, the dog park located just near Jackson Park, is one that can’t be missed. With a full agility course that not many parks can boast, this location is perfect for an exciting day out with your doggie. Let them strut their stuff and flaunt some tricks while you look on with due pride. You’ll need to bring doggy waste bags, as well as plenty of drinking water; can’t let pup get dehydrated!
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    Population Density 30,729/sq mi

    #4 Lake View East

    Mosey over to the eastern sector of Lake View, and your pup is sure to thank you (with lots of slobbery kisses). Here, you’ll find the Belmont Harbor Beach, which contains a fenced-in section for your pup pal to run off leash and get their paws dirty. It’ll be a splash when your dog hops into the shallows, or if your dog is the braver sort, go a little ways further out. There aren’t any benches, so bring a beach towel to watch your furry friend, as well as some clean drinking water and plenty of doggy waste bags.
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    Population Density 3,820/sq mi

    #5 Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge Dog Park

    Last but definitely not least, you and your faithful furry friend should stop in at the Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge Dog Park. Perfect for dogs with great recall skills and command training, this park is an inner section of the greater park area. While the entire park is fenced in, the entrance and exits aren’t gated, so be sure to keep an eye on your pup. The park itself is kept pristine, as everyone does their part to pick up after their pooch. Bring plenty of waste bags and some clean water. Though there is a creek on-site, it is not safe for puppy to drink from.
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