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Dog Areas in Round Lake

15 Parks
3 Trails
2 Groomers

As a far northern suburb of Chicago, Round Lake is a primarily residential area. There are a number of parks and trails here where you and your pooch can get some fresh air and exercise. If you need professional care for your special pal, you'll find two veterinary clinics within the city limits.

Enjoy a day on the water with your canine companion at Long Lake Park on North Village Drive, just north of town. This almost 69-acre natural area features a lake and open areas, and hiking trails. Dogs on a leash are permitted as long as you clean up their waste. Remember to bring water with you when you come here.

You can also get out and explore nature by heading to Cranberry Lake Trail, located in the city of Round Lake Park to the east. This circular wood-chip pathway loops around Cranberry Lake and offers a peaceful hike by the water. Fido can join you on a leash. Make sure you bring waste bags and liquid refreshment for your outing.

Take a drive about nine miles south to treat your furry friend to some off-leash playtime. The Lakewood Dog Park on North Fairfield Road in Wauconda is a puptacular 66-acre area where Fido can romp and explore with other canines. A permit is required to use the facility. Remember to clean up after your pooch.

You and Fido can find a variety of outdoor activities to share in the Round Lake area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Round Lake

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    Population Density 1,884/sq mi

    #1 Madrona Village

    The southeastern neighborhood of Madrona Village is a peaceful residential community with lots of green space. There are streets here with condos and single-family homes where you can go strolling with your pup. For a nice walk or jog in a peaceful setting, go to Monarch Flats Park off Winchester Drive. There's a walking trail through an undeveloped natural area here. Go exploring with your canine companion in this four-acre facility. Dogs are permitted to join you here, provided they're kept on a leash and you clean up their messes. Bring along some water for you and your pal when you visit this park.
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    Population Density 2,023/sq mi

    #2 Bright Meadows

    In Bright Meadows, there are apartments and single-family homes. This neighborhood has plenty of quiet streets where you and Fido can walk along the sidewalk. To get out and explore nature, you and your furry friend can head to Nippersink Forest Preserve off Belvidere Road. This 329-acre facility is a pawtastic area to do some bird watching and look for other wildlife. There's a scenic boardwalk and bridge along with three miles of trails here. Dogs are welcome to join you on the pathway as long as you keep them on a leash. Bring waste bags and some water for your trek.
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    Population Density 5,277/sq mi

    #3 Fox Trail

    The Fox Trail neighborhood has an apartment complex and a few streets with single-family homes. You can take a stroll with your pup along the sidewalk that winds through the complex. There's a furiffic park on Hart Road, just east of this community. Check out the trails in Hart's Woods Park with your canine companion. This facility has over thirty acres of land and includes some natural areas. Dogs are allowed to join you in designated parts of the park as long as you keep them on a leash. Make sure you bring along waste bags so that you can clean up their waste.
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    Population Density 4,638/sq mi

    #4 Valley Lakes South

    Valley Lakes South is a lovely development with single-family homes, a community park, and a puptacular trail. There are streets with well-groomed properties where you can take your pooch for a little stroll. When you want to go for an extended walk or jog, connect to the Millenium Trail. This 30+ mile trail stretches through Lake County. Your pup will love strolling along this mixed-use pathway and sniffing out the prairies and preserves along the way. Dogs are permitted here as long as they're on a leash and you clean up any waste. Remember to bring water with you for your hike.
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    Population Density 4,919/sq mi

    #5 Valley Lakes North

    In Valley Lakes North, you'll find mostly single-family homes and a few community parks. There are sidewalks that line the streets here which provide a great place for you and your pup to stretch your legs. When you want to treat your special pal to a puptastic outing, take him to Fairfield Park off North Fairfield Road. This facility has grassy fields, wooded areas, and a walking trail. There are over 50 acres here, making it a great place to explore with your furry friend. Dogs are permitted in this public facility as long as they're on a leash and you pick up after them. Make sure you bring water for you and your pal.
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