Whether you have plenty of time to spend with your doggo, or just a few minutes to break the monotony of being indoors, Mid-North Park is a great place to walk your dog. The park is in the heart of the Lincoln Park community in Chicago’s lively Clark Street which means that you and your pup have easy access to the public space.
In case you are wondering whether the vibrant nearby streets will be safe for you and your pooch, you can rest assured that there is a fence around most of the 0.6-acre piece of land. The appeal of this park is the juxtaposition of the energy of the street and the almost cocooned green area within the park. Once you bring Fido to the park, you can choose to walk around a furrific water fountain that is right at the center of the small park, or you could sit on one of the several benches within the park and just watch the world fly by. There are surrounding buildings, as well as cars and people passing by within eyeshot. The property also has some large trees and small green spaces on the periphery of the triangular shaped park, so there is enough to catch your attention.
A few things to bear in mind when you bring your pooch to this park include ensuring that you have your tail-wagger on a leash not more than ten feet long. If you plan on being at the park for a while, you bring some treats and water for both you and your furbaby. Once you have these in place, all that’s left to do is enjoy your time in the park with your pooch.
If you are looking for open-air space in the Lincoln Park Community area for both you and your furry bestie, then Mid-North Park should be a no-brainer for you.