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Dog Areas in Ringwood, IL

Ringwood is a small village in Illinois located near the border with Wisconsin. In 1837, Ringwood was settled by two Vermont natives. The name of the place comes from the supposed ring of trees that surrounded the original settlement. Ringwood isn't the dog-friendliest place in the area, but you can find fun with Fido just a bone's throw away!

If you want to take your pooch on a hike in the vicinity of Ringwood, you should head to Algonquin and try the Fox River Trail. This trail is located around 18 miles away from Ringwood and is ruffly 40 miles long. Leashed doggos are welcome to try their paw at tackling the trail!

Although the village itself doesn't have any places where you and your pooch can spend a couple of nights, the closest place where you can find dog-friendly lodging is just 6 miles away from Ringwood: Richmond. More choices are also available in Woodstock, around 11 miles away. Woodstock also offers a few dog-friendly restaurants and bars where you and your pooch can rest up after hiking and exercising. 

The closest veterinary clinics that will take pawesome care of your pooch include the one located in Wonder Lake, just 3.5 miles away from Ringwood, and the one located in Spring Grove, a 5.5-mile distance from the village. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ringwood, IL

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    Population Density 79/sq mi

    #1 Harts Road

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    One of the best attractions in Ringwood that you absolutely have to take your pooch to is the vast Glacial Park, located on the northern side of the city. This 3,400-acre park offers a lot of opportunities for exploring with your leashed doggo! There are plenty of trails that you can try, as well as open fields and prairie land. There is even a river where you can fish, kayak, or canoe! Both locals and visitors pawsitively love this park, so you can expect to see other dog owners here! Don't forget to bring water and poop baggies for cleaning up your dog's messes.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,287/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Crystal Lake

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    Around 14 miles away from Ringwood, there is another place where your dog can stretch their paws called the Hound Town Dog Park. This three-acre off-leash park provides a super safe place for your pooch to play to their heart's content and sniff out some new canine companions! Another pawsitive of this park is that it provides separate areas for different-sized dogs. Before you'll be allowed to play here, you'll need to buy a passkey from the local parks department. For the doggie parents, there are picnic tables where they can rest up, which are mostly shaded. Bring water and waste supplies with you.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,667/sq mi

    #3 Sleepy Hollow Road

    24
    Schweitzer Woods Forest Preserve is ruffly 23 miles from Ringwood. Here, your pooch can enjoy the trails on-leash, or frolic around in the designated off-leash dog area. Unlike many dog parks in the area, this one is free and open to the public! There is access to drinking water in the park, but you'll need to bring your own waste baggies for cleaning up. There is even a trail in the fenced area so you can take your pooch for an off-leash hike to explore the wooded terrain. You'll also find a walking trail outside of the fenced area if you prefer to walk your pooch on their leash. 
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 249/sq mi

    #4 Prairie View

    12

    Doggos of all shapes and sizes are welcome in the Bull Valley Dog Park, located just 8 miles from Ringwood! This off-leash doggie heaven located in Woodstock is a simple, fenced park that will be a nice place for Fido to burn some energy and meet new fur-iends. If you decide to give this place a chance, make sure you bring water and poop baggies with you since they're not provided here. This is a membership-based park, so before Fido is allowed to play in the park's 7 acres, you'll need to obtain a permit -- bring your dog's current vaccination records to register.

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    Population Density 3,820/sq mi

    #5 Meadowbrook

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    If you prefer a place where your small or large doggo will have a separate area where they can play with similarly sized friends, head to Lake in the Hills Dog Park. This park is a little further away from Ringwood at 20 miles, but the short drive is well worth it for this snifftastic space! This huge, clean park is a properly fenced, off-leash park where pooches can run and romp to their hearts' content. Bring proof of current vaccinations to obtain a membership. Drinking water and shade are both available at the park, but you'll need to bring the waste baggies.

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