Moraine View State Park in Illinois is a midwest prairie grounds mixed with glacier land formations that will take your breath away. This 1687-acre state park and recreational center have plenty of trails and winding paths that will lead you and your dog into a world that is governed by nature and the habitats of the Midwest.
It is filled with lush pine trees, maple trees, meadows, woodland creatures and a landscape known only to that of the Midwest. Dogs are allowed in the park, on trails and are welcomed to camp here free of charge if you choose to stay a night or two. The year-round trails and fish stocked lake makes this an ideal place to fish, hike and explore with your beloved companion anytime.
Dogs should be watched carefully and on-leash at all times when Visiting Moraine View. The leash should not be longer than 10 feet for the protection of your pup and others who visit this prairie land. Before visiting please make sure your pet is licensed, vaccinated and that you bring plenty of water and doggie bags to make your visit more enjoyable.
The park does ask that you help keep the park clean and always clean up after yourself and your pooch. There are plenty of state parks to visit throughout the American, but not many of them will show you the beauty carved into the land from glaciers that swept through the Midwest. This park and it’s natural hills and flatlands have all that and more.
It’s a peaceful area that your pet will love to hike and exercise in. Stop in for today for a quick visit and take in the sweet Midwest air with your pooch. I assure you, you won’t be disappointed. And your pup is sure to love exploring and the all the scents that these forestry lands will provide.