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Dog Areas in University Park, IL

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Spread across Cook and Will Counties, you will find the pawsome University Park! This is a furiendly village in Illinois, and over the years it has been called many names, such as Wood Hill and Park Forest South. But, one things for sure, you can have a good time with your doggo here! To make sure that your canine is in good health, there are three veterinary clinics and animal hospitals that are located in University Park that you can visit.

One of the most beautiful places in University Park that you have got to visit with your furry friend is Pine Lake Park! Here there is over 10 acres of peaceful green space that you can explore with your canine, as well as two ponds where you can enjoy the view. There is also the oppawtunity to fish here and there are largemouth bass and catfish that you can catch. You can enjoy a wander around the sniff-tastic trails that are here and there is also shelters with grills and picnic tables where you can enjoy a rest and relax with your beloved companion.

If you want to have a pawsome time outdoors with your canine, head on over to University Park!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in University Park, IL

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    Population Density 1,016/sq mi

    #1 Governors State U/ University Pky


    Every pup needs their daily exercise, which means you have got to drop by Craig Park when you are visiting University Park! This is a pawsome place that has lots of open green grass for your canine to run and roam, as well as a walking path where you can go for a leisurely stroll when the weather is nice. At Craig Park, there are also lots of puptastic amenities that you can use with the family, including basketball courts, tennis courts, a baseball field, playground for the kids and restrooms. Parking is also available here.

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    Population Density 474/sq mi

    #2 Monee Village Center


    To try some dog friendly eateries, head through to the puptown of Monee, which is next to University Park! Here you can head to Culver’s for some delicious food and get your paws into some sandwiches, burgers, soups and salads. There are dog friendly tables outside where you can relax with your canine. If traveling through the area, take a break at the Petro Monee shopping center, where you can find a restaurant that is open 24 hours a day, as well as a travel store stocked with items for your pup, such as treats. Best of all, there is a special area designated for pups to enjoy a little exercise.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,028/sq mi

    #3 Balmoral Dr/ Poplar Ave


    For a pawsome day out with your pooch, head over to Richton Park with your beloved companion! Here you will find the puptastic Glaeser Park where you can enjoy some playtime with your pup and explore 24 acres of land together. There is an open field where you can play fetch and tug of war, as well as a walking path where you can stretch your and your canine’s legs. In addition, other furrific amenities at Glaeser Park you can enjoy include a basketball court, baseball fields, pavilion, playground for the kids, sand volleyball court, restrooms and a soccer field.

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    Population Density 2,973/sq mi

    #4 Richton Village Center


    To go on an adventure with your furry friend, jump in the car and head to the puptown of Richton Park! Here you will find the pawsome Helen A. Jones Park, where your canine can enjoy some exercise and playtime in the sun. Check out the sniff-tastic trail that goes around the park where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll, as well as plenty of trees that provide shade when it is sunny outside. There are also a bunch of puptastic amenities here you can use, including picnic areas, a playground for the kids, a shelter and a ball field.

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    Population Density 1,016/sq mi

    #5 Sauk Trl/ Central Park Ave


    Not far from University Park, you will find the puptown of Park Forest, which is hope to the pawsome Somonauk Park! Here there is lots of green grass that your pooch will love to explore, as well as a walking path that where you can enjoy a wander during the day. It winds around the whole park, and there are trees that will provide you and your pooch with shade when it is hot outside. There are a lot some furrific amenities that you can use at Somonauk Park, including tennis courts, basketball hoops, picnic tables, grills, restrooms and a pavilion that you can rent.

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