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Streamwood is a suburb of northwest Chicago with a population of more than 40,000 people. What is now the Village of Streamwood was once mostly populated with farms, but gradually those farms turned into suburbs. Today,  Streamwood is primarily a residential community, but it also has a thriving business district, and there's plenty to do in the area for the whole family. The Village of Streamwood has its very own animal hospital, and there are other veterinary clinics just minutes away in the greater Chicago area.

Chicago has a stellar parks and recreation system, and Streamwood itself is home to hundreds of acres of parks and recreation space within its two parks districts. Streamwood doesn't have a designated off-leash dog park, but there are parks in the community where your dog is welcome to join you on a leash. One such park is the 19.5-acre Sunny Hill Park. There are playgrounds, a skate park, a splash pad, a disc golf course, and many more fun activities at this local park. 

The Village of Streamwood is a great place to live if you're a dog owner, and the surrounding areas provide even more opportunities for having fun with your canine companion.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Streamwood

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    Population Density 1,242/sq mi

    #1 West Chicago

    West Chicago is just a 20-minute drive from Streamwood, and the Keppler Park Dog Park is worth the trip! Keppler Park is a beautiful space in West Chicago that is beloved by many. Along with the picnic structures and gardens, there is also a two-acre fenced off-leash dog park. The Keppler Park Dog Park is the pawfect spot to let your dog burn off some energy and interact with other dogs. Outside of the off-leash area, there are several trails where you can go for a stroll with your dog on a leash and explore more of the park together.
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    Population Density 11,281/sq mi

    #2 Lincoln Park

    Wiggly Field was established in 1997, making it Chicago's first off-leash dog park. It's 34 miles from Streamwood in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago, which is primarily inhabited by young professionals. This dog park has two separate entrances and an enclosed space when dogs need a timeout, but it isn't divided by weight or sizes of dogs. There is some agility equipment in this park and even a few little pools where pups can cool off on hot days. Wiggly Field also provides visitors with waste bags and receptacles. There are several dog-friendly restaurants just minutes away from Wiggly Field where you can head with your dog after a trip to the park.
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    Population Density 8,330/sq mi

    #3 Portage Park

    Chopin Park is 30 miles from Streamwood in the Portage Park area of northwest Chicago. This eight-acre park is a favorite community spot that's popular with families who have young children and dogs. While Chopin Park doesn't have a designated off-leash space, people love walking their leashed dogs through the scenic grounds. There are also playgrounds, sports fields, volleyball, tennis, and horseshoe courts at Chopin Park, and there are often concerts and other musical events here as well. Frederic Chopin was Poland's most famous pianist and composer, and Chopin Park was named in tribute to the significant Polish population who call Portage Park their home.
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    Population Density 6,188/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Carol Stream

    Carol Stream, Illinois is a village of more than 40,000 people, and it is only eight miles and less than a 20-minute drive from Streamwood. In the northwestern part of the village is Carol Stream's own dog park. Bark Park is a large, fenced-in, off-leash park that has big and small dog areas. This park also has plenty of brand new agility equipment that is just begging to be played on! This park doesn't have a water source, so be sure to bring your own water and bowl for your pet. This park requires a small annual membership to access.
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    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #5 St. Paschal Drive

    The Mayslake Forest Preserve is just over half an hour's drive from Streamwood. This spectacular 90-acre park not only has historic buildings, trails, fishing and picnic facilities, but it also has its very own off-leash dog park. The Mayslake Forest Preserve Dog Park is over four acres so there's plenty of space for Fido to play. The park is protected with a double-gated entry system, and the grass is always mowed and maintained. To keep this treasured park in such good shape, it requires an annual permit to access. Your pass will give you access to all seven off-leash parks in the Forest County Preserves of DuPage County.
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