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Dog Areas in Round Lake Beach

18 Parks
12 Shops
5 Eateries
4 Groomers

Round Lake Beach is a lively area, with a large downtown center and large plots of homes. The area is a suburb of Chicago and is located surrounded by lakes, offering lots of watersport activities to residents. There are also plenty of parks along the shore of each lake and throughout the city, most of them dog-friendly with room to run, play, and enjoy a gorgeous day outside in the city.

To the west of the city is the lake known as Long Lake, with gorgeous beaches surrounded by residential homes. On the southern shore is Long Lake Park, an area with rolling hills and grassy fields. There are forested trails that lead to open space next to the lake, with a picnic area featuring views of the lake and space to run and play in. Water fountains and benches can be found throughout the park and can be enjoyed by you and your leashed pups.

For a change, Orchard Park is not around any lakes, but still offers smaller bodies of water like ponds and a stream that cuts through the park for fishing. Around the ponds are open spaces too, with places to sit, play, and enjoy a nice picnic next to the river. There's a pool, a trampoline, a scenic fountain, and paved walkway for residents. Pups can walk along the sidewalk and enjoy additional amenities like clean-up bags, water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

Despite the nearest vet being .5 miles away in Round Lake, Round Lake Beach offers even more dog-friendly parks like Greenview Park, Whitewood Park, and Fairview Park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Round Lake Beach

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    Population Density 4,303/sq mi

    #1 Long Lake

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    Long Lake is a lovely neighborhood on the east side of town, right along the shore of Long Lake. In the middle of the neighborhood surrounded by homes, the Fairfield Sports Complex provides plenty of room and multiple fields to play in for park goers and pups. The park has a lush open field, with a baseball diamond and a soccer field, with paved walkways, water fountains, benches, and picnic tables. Ellis Park is another dog-friendly park, with an open space surrounded by trees with shade. Dogs can walk on the paved walkways, play in the baseball field, and sit and relax. Additional features include water fountains, a playground, trash bins, benches, and a pavilion.
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    Population Density 9,834/sq mi

    #2 Round Lake Beach Center

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    The neighborhood of Round Lake Beach Center is a busy neighborhood, filled with shop fronts and a bustling shopping district. Even in the center through the community has beautiful dog-friendly parks, like Lakewood Park. The park is entirely fenced-in, giving Fido a great place to play while off their leash. Inside the park are two baseball fields, with benches, water fountains, and a paved path to walk on the outside of the fence. although if you're looking for a longer walk, head over to Highland Park, which has a paved sidewalk that encompasses the park, with a shaded sitting area and open area to run in. You will need to bring water and clean-up bags to both parks.
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    Population Density 6,602/sq mi

    #3 Lakeview Drive

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    The Lakeview Drive neighborhood is a cozy residential area right on the shore of Round Lake. Right on the water is a park called Lakefront Park, which offers not only open space and paved trails but gorgeous views of the lake. The park has shaded sitting areas, a dog-friendly beach, a fishing pier, a boat launch, and a playground to play in. Dogs can run around, walk, or enjoy a picnic with their best friend. The park can get pretty busy though, so for a quieter time head to Idlewild Park. This park is fenced-in, with a baseball field and fresh green lawn to play on with benches, water fountains, and picnic tables.
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    Population Density 7,054/sq mi

    #4 Country Walk

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    The neighborhood of Country Walk is a residential neighborhood mixed with natural wetlands. The boggish area is home to some dog-friendly parks, the first being Country Walk Park. Surrounded by homes and trees, the park is a quiet area to take your pup to play or walk. There's an asphalt walkway that connects to a fenced-in tennis court, basketball court, and a playground. Additionally, there is a baseball field surrounded by open fields, with water fountains and benches available to leashed pups. The park of Wilma Turner Park is mostly fenced-in, with openings around the paved path that leads to a playground. Around the playground is an open space for playing, walking, or picnicking. Dogs need to be on a leash, and you will need to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 2,888/sq mi

    #5 North Round Lake Beach

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    North Round Lake Beach is an upper neighborhood on the north side of the city, filled with smaller ponds, open fields, and residential homes. Some of those fields belong to the Sutton on the Lake Park, a pretty open space next to a large pond. The area is well-kept, with grassy terrain and a paved walkway. There's a playground, with benches and trash bins available. Silver Oaks Park is another open park, surrounded by trees with a shaded sitting area and playground. There's a sidewalk along one edge of the park that connects to trash bins, water fountains, and benches. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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