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Dog Areas in Sugar Grove

20 Parks
2 Groomers

Sugar Grove, Illinois is a small, peaceful town. This close-knit community is a furrific place to enjoy a little rest and relaxation with your pooch. Sugar Grove's love for families -- especially those with fur-babies! -- is evident in the number of outdoor spaces and parks that it offers. There is always something going on in the area for you to enjoy with the family, especially in the summer and around the Fourth of July. Sugar Grove is also considered a suburban village of Chicago, so when you and your canine companion get cabin fever, the Windy City is only a skip and a hop away!

Bliss Woods Forest Preserve is a local favorite spot to come and enjoy a quiet walk. Here, you'll find a snifftastic trail which runs east to west and connects to other trails in the area. The only rule is that you have to keep your dog on a leash and clean up after him. 

Black Walnut Park is a mix of open space and nature preserve. You can come here and walk your dog any day of the week. It also has a basketball court and a playground for your less furry children to play on as well!

The village of Sugar Grove is a sweet spot for pet owners to visit or live!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sugar Grove

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 326/sq mi

    #1 Esker Drive


    Harter Community Park is hidden within the grounds of Harter Middle School. At the east end of the parking lot, you will find the entrance to the park. You and Fido will need to take a short walk along a trail to reach the park. There is a natural area, a walking trail, playgrounds, and even multi-use courts here. There is a leash rule and you will need to bring your own doggie waste bags to clean up after your pal. You will also want to bring your own drinking water because the park doesn't have fountains. Fido will love getting fussed by all the middle school students!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 326/sq mi

    #2 Wheeler Rd

    Sugar Field Sports Complex is the home of Woof Run Dog Park. You'll have to register your dog in order to enjoy the park. You have to show proof of vaccines as part of the registration process, but once that's taken care of, you and your pooch can play the day away. This is the pawfect place for you and your dog to come and socialize with the locals! Drinking water is provided by the park, and there are cleaning stations that are stocked with doggie waste bags. This park is well-maintained and cared for by the community, so be respectful and clean up after your pup.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 326/sq mi

    #3 Rolling Oaks

    Rolling Oaks Park is a quiet park that is designed just for you and your dog. The main feature here is the easy, paved walking path where you and your pup can enjoy a calm stroll after a long day at work. You will need to have a leash on your dog. This is a nature park, so there are few amenities. You will need to bring drinking water for you and your pup. You are also going to need doggie waste bags as well. If you're looking for a safe and easy path where you can get some exercise, then this park is pawfect for you!
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 326/sq mi

    #4 Waubonsee Community College

    Rails-to-Trails has established a nice trail in Sugar Grove called the Virgil L. Gilman Trail. This 11-mile trail starts up at the Waubonsee Community College and leads through forest, prairie, and residential neighborhoods. You do need to keep your dog on a leash while you are here. There are also many places along the way where you and your dog can stop and rest, but you will want to have your own water bottle with you. The trail does run adjacent to an active railroad, so be aware of that while you are walking your dog. Getting lost in the countryside here is the perfect way to spend a day with your pooch!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 326/sq mi

    #5 Route 47

    Calamity Jane's is a family-friendly (and dog-friendly!) restaurant in Sugar Grove. You can get your homespun favorites, like meatloaf, or go for an all-new dish, like Pot Roast Shooters. Every night features a different special, so come on over and see what you can get into. The outdoor tables are dog-friendly. You can bring your dog as long as he is on a leash while you eat. This will be your go-to spot for a filling meal in an atmosphere that is friendly for the whole family, even the furry members! They are open every day. Come and meet up with friends or even make some all-new ones.
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