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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Park Forest

Kiana
Reviewed by Shawn J. on 09/26/2017

"I wasn't sure how Haliegh would warm up to a dog walker,but she and Kiana did great! Kiana handled Haliegh wonderfully. She is a very nice girl and took time to answer all of my questions. I would highly recommend Kiana "

1.61 mi
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Kiana
Reviewed by Juan K. on 08/19/2017

"Thanks for making our first walk not being home so comforting. Great job getting those wild beasts (lol) ready. "

1.74 mi
30m
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Kiana
Reviewed by Robert W. on 08/08/2017

"I highly recommend Kiana, she's great! The dogs love their walks with her!!"

1.07 mi
33m
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Kiana
Reviewed by Juan K. on 08/05/2017

"Kianna is awesome. We all love her. She's prompt. Full of positive energy and just a sweetheart. "

1.19 mi
30m
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Kiana
Reviewed by Brian A. on 08/03/2017

"Thank you Kiana! My pups looked like they had such a great time. I was nervous but once I got the updates it made me feel so much better. I look forward to them getting more walks!"

1.50 mi
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Dog Areas in Park Forest

17 Parks
3 Trails
1 Groomer

Park Forest is a far southern suburb of Chicago. This community is a wonderful place where dogs and their owners can get out and explore the outdoors. There are over 400 acres of parkland, including an off-leash dog park, located here. For your pup's healthcare needs, you can find a veterinary clinic in town.

A great place to take your furry friend for a walk through the forest is the Thorn Creek Trail, located just east of town. You can park off West 26th Street to connect with the 3.5-mile paved pathway. Leashed dogs are allowed to join you here. Make sure you bring waste bags and some water.

Another puptastic place to go walking or jogging with your special pal is the Old Plank Road Trail. This asphalt pathway stretches through Cook and Will Counties and is part of the National Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Pass through suburban and natural areas as you hike along the trail with your pooch.

Take a walk through the fields with your canine companion at Winnebago Park off Wildwood Drive. There's a nice walking trail that winds through this undeveloped facility. Dogs can join you here as long as they're on a leash and you clean up after them.

Park Forest and the surrounding areas offer a range of outdoor activities that you and your furry friend can experience together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Park Forest

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,592/sq mi

    #1 Indiana/N Orchard

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    The area around Indiana Street and North Orchard Drive is a residential community that includes two elementary schools and three nice community parks. There are sidewalks in front of the homes here where you and Fido can take a quiet stroll together. Just south of this neighborhood, on Wildwood Street, you'll find the Park Forest Bark District. This off-leash area has separate fenced sections for small and large dogs. There are water stations and benches in both areas. You'll need to purchase an annual membership from the parks and recreation department and show proof of vaccinations to use this park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,593/sq mi

    #2 Pangea Park

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    The Pangea Park development is a community of townhomes near a few area parks and a commercial area. There are paved sidewalks throughout this neighborhood where you and Fido can stretch your legs together. To enjoy a little open space, head over to Murphy Park on Chestnut Street. This facility has some open fields, shade trees, and a paved walking path. Take your pooch for a stroll or jog in this peaceful area. Dogs need to be kept on a leash and under control when visiting public areas. Make sure to bring along waste bags to clean up after your furry pal.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,236/sq mi

    #3 N Arbor Trail

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    The N Arbor Trail neighborhood is an area with apartment complexes that's near a pawtastic trail. Here, you can explore the area woods with your pup, or go for a stroll along the paved pathways between the buildings. When you want to take your canine companion hiking in nature, head to Steger Road at Old Western Avenue to connect with the Great Sauk Trail. The west leg of this paved pathway stretches 1.5 miles north to Sauk Trail Road. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you here as long as you pick up after them. Bring water for you and your pup when you come here.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,534/sq mi

    #4 Somonauk

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    The Somonauk neighborhood is an area with single-family homes, a church, and a community park. This is a lovely place to take your pup for a walk down the sidewalk. To treat you and your four-footed friend to a little open space, head to Somonauk Park at the corner of Sangamon and Somonauk Streets. This facility has some shade trees and a walking path that loops around an open field. Enjoy a quiet stroll or play some frisbee together here. Dogs can join you as long as they're kept on a leash and under control. Make sure you bring waste bags to pick up any droppings.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,522/sq mi

    #5 Western/Indianwood

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    The community of Western/Indianwood includes single-family homes and townhomes, a primary education center, and a small park. Just up the road from here there's a pawtastic park and wetland area. Take Fido to Central Park off Lakewood Boulevard to go for a hike through this restored natural area. There are paths that wind through the wetlands and the rest of the 90-acre facility. Dogs are permitted to accompany you in designated parts of the park as long as you keep them on a leash and under your complete control. Make sure you pick up any waste when you visit this public area.
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